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http://www.earthtouch.tv/ The crew is ending off its Palau adventure with a mission: to find and film the mysterious mandarin fish. But before they get what they're after, another amazing encounter awaits ... with a massive, 5-metre sea cucumber!
http://www.earthtouch.tv It's not for the claustrophobic ... but if you're brave enough to try it, cave diving can be an amazing experience! Earth Touch divers Barry and Grant explore two underwater caves that couldn't be more different: one is brimming with colourful life, the other is a maze of murky gloom and towering rock formations.
http://www.earthtouch.tv/ How do you improve a dive in some of the world's most pristine waters, amidst elaborate coral formations inhabited by sharks and other amazing underwater species? Throw in a lucky sighting of the rare and mysterious nautilus, a living fossil whose ancestors go back millions of years!
http://www.earthtouch.tv Welcome to Jellyfish Lake! Population: millions! It's about as unique as a dive location can get ... and our crew can safely swim amongst its cnidarian residents since their stings are harmless to humans. Time for a little dive in jellyfish soup!
http://www.earthtouch.tv/ Want to make a nature documentary with your cellphone? Our film crew did ... and here's how! From setting up, to equipment rundowns, a few cheats to get the lighting right and lots of other tips & tricks, it's everything you need to know to make even the tiniest animal subjects come to life ... with your iPhone!
http://www.earthtouch.tv Do ducks walk on water? They do if you've got a high-speed camera handy to capture their avian trailblazing in slow motion.
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http://www.earthtouch.tv A cheetah pursuing prey with the blazing pace of a bullet ... what's the best way to appreciate the anatomy of nature's ultimate high-speed chase? In slow motion, of course.
http://www.earthtouch.tv The Earth Touch crew is heading of manta central! Free-diving with these graceful giants (some with wingspans of more than 4 metres) in the tropical waters of Palau is just about as good as it gets!
http://www.earthtouch.tv Animals are leading the way on this Palau adventure. The Earth Touch crew meanders around Palau's forest-covered Rock Islands in the company of spinner dolphins before plunging underwater to trail the highly venomous sea krait.
http://www.earthtouch.tv Our film crew kicks off their Palau adventure by exploring a few of the ship & plane wrecks that sank here after heavy fighting in WWII. Decades later, this sombre underwater fleet has been transformed by intricate corals & some amazing marine life.
http://www.earthtouch.tv There's a reason it's called the Paradise of the Pacific ... Palau is as close to Eden as you're likely to get. A smattering of islands with perfect weather, clear waters, fascinating wildlife and some of the most amazing underwater landscapes just a dive away. Wish you were there? We'll send you a postcard!
http://www.earthtouch.tv Male dominance? Not here. In elephant and hyena societies, it's the females that call the shots. And when it comes to sex, nobody's getting any unless the lady retracts her pseudo-penis! Credits:Presented byDr. Carin Bondar "Biologist with a twist"Directed by Richard Slater-JonesProduced byBenjamin G HewettWritten byCarin BondarBenjamin G HewettRichard Slater-JonesEditorKeith FraserCinematographerBoris von SchoenebeckRichard Slater-JonesAdditional CameramanRichard Slater-JonesDaniel PhilogeneSound RecordistSakhile RadebeGraphicsAdriaan LandmanTrevor PaulArt DirectorBrenda SpaanResearcherLindsay PattersonProduction ManagerLara CoxTaryn MavrodarisLeah BuckwalterNoeleen PadayacheeStock FootageWe have exhausted every option in the attempt to contact the original author of these animal video clips. For any concerns please contact email@example.comDaniellieeyyy - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mEH10M3jRoMusicAudio NetworkNatal Lion Park Jim Stockley Animal Co-ordinatorBeth NealeClubThe Bellagio DurbanBouncer"Puff" Londa MngomaMake-up artistsKendyl McPherson
http://www.earthtouch.tv/ Anti-aphrodisiacs, penis sacrifice, vaginal plugging ... when it comes to ensuring their own reproductive success, males from these animal species are prepared to go to extremes to keep their mates on the straight and narrow. Credits: Presented byDr. Carin Bondar "Biologist with a twist"Directed by Richard Slater-JonesProduced byBenjamin G HewettWritten byCarin BondarBenjamin G HewettRichard Slater-JonesEditorKeith FraserCinematographerBoris von SchoenebeckAdditional CameramanBrennan NurthenDaniel PhilogeneSound RecordistSakhile RadebeGraphicsAdriaan LandmanTrevor PaulArt DirectorBrenda SpaanResearcherLindsay PattersonProduction ManagerLara CoxTaryn MavrodarisLeah BuckwalterNoeleen PadayacheeStock FootageWe have exhausted every option in the attempt to contact the original author of these animal video clips. For any concerns please contact firstname.lastname@example.orgBBC Motion GalleryB.T.B.E. - http://www.futtertiere24.de/index.htmlDavid David - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojfGq68sqZsJacob Schwarz - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cx6eaVeYXOsBeekalmer - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJxb9o4azaISir John G1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUpuKQfepLcFrederick Dunn - http://www.fredsfinefowl.com/Kittycat23uk -http://www.youtube.com/user/kittykat23uk?feature=watchDaniellieeyyy - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mEH10M3jRoMusicAudio NetworkClubThe Bellagio DurbanBouncer"Puff" Londa MngomaMake-up artistsLaura HalgreenAnimal Handlers Nadine & Simon KeysAnimal Co-ordinatorBeth NealeKirsten Horne16mm Film ReelPatrick & Shannon Kenny - Mixed MediaCorsett ImagesEmma E. GoodwinJournal De La FamilleA.ClaverieMr. Jack ColeScandinavianStill ImagesCharles GilhousenEugène DelacroixSeitlich NacktFelix-Jacques MoulinJulian Mandeld'Alfred Cheney JohnstonArnold Genthe
www.earthtouch.tv/ This mini-documentary is a glimpse at the incredible natural wonders hidden deep within the forests of Thailand. Not only do these increasingly threatened habitats support life on a grade scale, but they're also the last remaining sanctuaries for some of the rarest and most elusive animals on earth.
http://www.earthtouch.tv/ As far as risky occupations go, filming one of Africa's most lethal snakes is pretty high up there. But on this particular snake shoot, danger comes not in the shape of a black mamba but in a swarm of angry African honeybees.
http://www.earthtouch.tv/ If you want to get lucky with the ladies you'd better learn to share. Just ask a few apes. In this episode of Wild Sex, female orangutans put potential partners to the test by shamelessly swiping their food -- and only the most generous males will get the girl.
http://www.earthtouch.tv/ Hold those awws -- all that cuteness is just for show! Before you even think of cuddling them, please remember: some of nature's most adorable animals also happen to be territorial, aggressive, venomous & probably quite capable of killing you.
http://www.earthtouch.tv/ Great weather, warm water & a sea full of sharks -- for an Earth Touch film crew in southern Mozambique, those are just the right ingredients for the perfect dive shoot.
To celebrate Earth Hour 2013, Earth Touch is switching off the lights on March 23 and letting in the sounds of nature. Which animal species can you hear?
http://www.earthtouch.tv/ This time on Wild Sex, find out why rabbits deserve their frisky reputation, why tiger sex is a prickly affair and why you never (ever!) want to be anywhere near a copulating camel. And to end off, some tips on technique from a crab! Credits: Presented by Dr. Carin Bondar "Biologist with a twist" Directed by Richard Slater-Jones Produced by Benjamin G Hewett Written by Carin Bondar Benjamin G Hewett Richard Slater-Jones Editor Keith Fraser Cinematographer Boris von Schoenebeck Additional Cameraman Benjamin G Hewett Daniel Philogene Sound Recordist Sakhile Radebe Graphics Adriaan Landman Trevor Paul Art Director Brenda Spaan Researcher Lindsay Patterson Production Manager Lara Cox Taryn Mavrodaris Leah Buckwalter Noeleen Padayachee Stock Footage We have exhausted every option in the attempt to contact the original author of these animal video clips. For any concerns please contact email@example.com BBC Motion Gallery Mr John 7755 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l-vNwnYq4E Partypopu - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfbLqB-Stgo Last Wilderness Media - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4EMa7ytRxo The Princess Hira - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoohUkaKW2Y Little Woo - http://www.littlewoo.org/ Charles Roffey - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3ihlnfSXBo Wet Video Camera - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GO8Js_GZBLw Tony Armstrong - https://vimeo.com/53951518 TTK0671 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DBuk91phkI Rendezvous Diving - http://www.rendezvousdiving.com/ Music Audio Network Club The Bellagio Durban Bouncer "Puff" Londa Mngoma Make-up artists Laura Halgreen Canteen / Restaurant Trevor Paul Brenda Spaan Ruaan Botha Andrew Dickinson Christopher Harries Bruce Hunter Taryn Mavrodaris Stock Footage We have exhausted every option in the attempt to contact the original author of these animal video clips. For any concerns please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Kill Germ Chemicals - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaWM2Jdh4Dw Richard Naylor - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLaaqX6A3AU Royal Society - http://www.youtube.com/user/RoyalSociety?feature=watch Cayman Dive Girl - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aq6HWhD0-aM Pulau Hantu Blog - http://pulauhantu.org Johnnie Jungle Guts - http://www.youtube.com/user/torvaanser?feature=watch