Crocodile safari: hunting permits proposed in NT

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The NT Government and hunting operators are proposing selling 500 licenses to hunt the apex predators to protect local livestock, fund conversation and create opportunity for indigenous communities.


6 WILD Animal Walk Movements

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Wild animal walk movements done in the wilderness. These movements are new animal walks we have been working on! Blog post with benefits and instructions ➞




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Deep Sea Creatures [National Geographic Documentary 2017 HD]

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Deep Sea Creatures [National Geographic Documentary 2017 HD]

The Deep sea creature refers to organisms that live below the photic zone of the ocean. These creatures must survive in extremely harsh conditions, such as hundreds of bars of pressure, small amounts of oxygen, very little food, no sunlight, and constant, extreme cold. Most creatures have to depend on food floating down from above.
These creatures live in very demanding environments, such as the abyssal or hadal zones, which, being thousands of meters below the surface, are almost completely devoid of light. The water is between 3 and 10 degrees Celsius and has low oxygen levels. Due to the depth, the pressure is between 20 and 1,000 bars. Creatures that live hundreds or even thousands of meters deep in the ocean have adapted to the high pressure, lack of light, and other factors.

The depths of the ocean are festooned with the most nightmarish creatures imaginable. You might think you’re safe, because these critters live thousands of feet down in a cold dark abyss, but the vampire squid, which looks like a nightmare umbrella, and the frilled shark—a literal living fossil—will live on in the recesses of your mind long after you’ve clicked away. Enjoy these deep sea horrors and try to have a relaxing day afterward.

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Cockatoo finding out he is going to the vet

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Max knows when he sees his carrier that it’s a visit to the vet and gets pretty vocal about it.
Max is saying his own words that only he understands for the most part. The only things I know he is saying is “I don’t wanna” and “What did I say”
He is actually a very happy and loving bird, but like any kid, he needs to express himself every now and then.

Lion Cubs Play With Spy Cam | Serengeti: Behind The Scenes | BBC Earth

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oh it's amazing this is a version which is purely to be lion proof they've got no sharp corners they can't get all of it it's all rounded off underneath so they really cannot get that stuff you know if they try and pull it it won't go over the lens is set back purposefully quite a long way so that the Lions don't get in there neither because they've got a rather a big face so this is mr. lion version of Duncan it enables us to just trundle up very slowly to them and then just creep around and get really intimate with the Cubs we get it really close er lowdown angles when they first see it the mum will come first and she'll sniff it and the Cubs are watching and then the Cubs will come over and sniff around but they don't recognize it as skin or meat so they'll just then sort of walk away again and sometimes they'll lie down right in front of it and it's just a unique way of capturing intimate behavior relax is anything hmm well when they've got used to it it means we can be more playful with the machine we can actually move it closer and closer and track with it track along the side of the group and they they accept it very willingly and it's not any threat so of course it gives us a big advantage in getting a camera inches away from a lion and that's what these devices do

Nelson Lakes – Winter Aerial Reel – David Attenborough Voiceover

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Sit back and enjoy some beautiful aerial footage of the Nelson Lakes area in New Zealand during its beautiful winter Season with the spectacular David Attenborough Voicing over.

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human beings venture into the highest parts of our planet at their peril some might think that by climbing a great mountain they have somehow conquered it but we can only be visitors here this is a frozen alien south of the treeline the winters are shorter so trees grow faster and taller and forests begin to appear their variety and complexity is breathtaking each snowflake is water waiting to be released in spring for this reason snow is the lifeblood of these silent forests and all that live here depend on it in one way or another you

Most Amazing Moments Of Wild Animal Fights – Wild Discovery Channel Video – Animals Documentary 2019

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Most Amazing Moments Of Wild Animal Fights – Wild Discovery Channel Video – Animals Documentary 2019

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Relaxing Music & Bird Sounds – Calm Piano Music, Sleep Music, Peaceful Music

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Colour Changing Squid Mating Ritual | Blue Planet | BBC Earth

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Strange and unusual life inhabits the plankton rich seas of the underwater kelp forests. Watch this short video from BBC natural history series The Blue Planet to see the mating habits of amazing colour changing squid and the weird movements of the aptly named hand fish

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just as in the north the sudden sees Nazis also have areas of rich green water with their own health forests and their own swarms of plankton some of the inhabitants of these seas live only in with some hemisphere this is one of them the hand fish that strolls around on modified fins but when needs us it can resort to tail path every summer visitors come to the shadows around Tasmania these are Australian squid about half a meter long they are here to breed the larger males compete for the attentions of a female displaying towards her and to one another by putting on the ballet during which they continually change the color of their costumes eventually they'll form pairs and mail passes a packet of sperm across to the female after the eggs have been fertilized they're deposited in Tufts rubbery egg cases that other features find poisonous within three weeks the babies are ready to hatch out they are already able to change color but they're not quite so good at summer

David Attenborough Painting Process

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How I created the David Attenborough Speed Render.

A humorous caricature illustration of the well-known English broadcaster and natural historian; David Attenborough. One of a series of caricatures achieved for the Celebrity Sunday series, where a famous person is rendered within a day. The idea is to show them as if in a passport photo to have consistency.

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Kenya Safari. Masai Mara and Hot Air Balloon Flight from Governor's Camp

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Kenya Safari. Hot Air Balloon Safari in Africa. Amazing Balloon Safari over Masai Mara. Kenya and its capital Nairobi have been a love of mine for almost forty years. I have a special affection for the trip across the Rift Valley to the magnificent Masai Mara National Reserve, teeming with zebra and other wildlife and scene of the famous annual wildebeeste migration. I have flown over the Mara reserve and the Mara and Sand River many times in a light aircraft, but never in a hot air balloon. For a magical hour, I flew with friends in a hot air balloon on Christmas day 2017 over the vast plains of the Mara with views as far as the Serengeti National Park. Needless to say, I took my cameras.

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The 10 Worst Mistakes You Can Make Facing a Wild Animal

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It’s a good thing we have mighty brains, because humans are pretty useless in the face of danger when it comes to wild animals.

From wolves in the woods to sharks in the sea, and all those snakes and spiders in between, there are plenty of beasts on this planet that can harm you – and the best methods for defending yourself vary greatly according to which one you’re dealing with.

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[Applause] ten mistakes that could cost you your life when we meet some animals on a picnic or in the woods we either get scared or become happiest children but we usually don't know what to do in each case here's some tips on what to do with wild animals and how to behave so as to not harm them or yourself 10 meeting a moose in the woods a moose is one of the largest animals you might meet in the woods they are quite timid and run away first but during the fall they can be dangerous as this is the period of coupling during this time breeding males are agitated and competitive in Siberia they even say a moose is scarier than a bear you shouldn't approach moose calves make any abrupt movements you should go away if you hear a moose roaring even that is enough to get scared slowly leave a Moose's pathway it can't move back hide behind a tree they have very bad eyesight turn on loud music because they are afraid of loud noises if a moose runs after you scale a tree these signs will tell you that a moose is about to attack it stops eating and stares at you its ears lie down flat against its head while the hair on its neck hump and hip raises it walks toward you lowering its head it urinates it whips its head back just like horses do 9 meeting a moose or a boar on the road while driving you shouldn't press the car horn or blink the lights because the animal can attack you try to drive around the moose you should be on the watch when traveling during the fall slowly stop if the animal appears on the road in case of urgency try to drive slowly around the animal if you hit the animal with your car don't approach the animal even if it seems dead it could still harm you don't try to take it away with you this can cause Krim Liability the right actions are designed by the legislation of your country it's most likely that you have to call the traffic police eight meeting a hedgehog you shouldn't give it any milk yes you heard that correctly contrary the stereotypes hedgehogs have milk indigestion so probably don't try ice cream either touch a hedgehog barehanded as you might catch a whole variety of infections take a Hedgehog home if it's not wounded it's not a pet it's a wild animal you should call the Animal Rescue Service if the Hedgehog isn't ok in this case you may take the animal with you 7 if you're attacked by an angry boar actually this does not often happen as an average boar will run away upon first seeing you however Tuskers attack you shouldn't run away the animal will catch up with you be sure of your weapon boars have very thick skin and a weapon attack will only make them angrier you should hide behind a tree this way the animal will lose sight of you climb up a tree make loud noises 6 if there's a bat in your apartment you shouldn't panic don't be superstitious the animal is more likely to be lost it's not here to drink your blood there are two types of bats fruit eaters and insect eaters and neither of them feast on humans except of course for Dracula's touch it barehanded throw a sleeping bat out of the window you should take away all your pets put on some thick gloves wait until the animal is on a surface and then carefully take it you can also cover it with a box and shove something under it if the bat is awake go outside the house and let it fly out if the bat is asleep wait until it wakes up for this time just cover it with a box with air holes 5 if a coyote a fox or a jackal noticed you you shouldn't run away the animal might trace you approach the animal and try to play with it you should slowly stand back shout stretch out your arms or clothes to give the impression that you have an increased size throw a stone in the direction of the animal not exactly at it or give the impression that you are going to throw it for if a nestling has fallen out of its nest in 99% of cases you should leave a nestling as it is and not try to save it the bird is just trying to learn how to fly and its parents are usually somewhere nearby you should save a nestling if it has visible damage it's a Swift or pigeon nestling it's blind and featherless you might also call the Animal Rescue Service because it's really difficult to raise a nestling yourself three if a dolphin is near you while you are swimming in the sea people think that these animals are truly kind letting you ride their backs or saving you from drowning this belief came from greco-roman times when dolphins were believed to have close connections to the gods for example a favorite Messenger of Poseidon was Delphinus that's why the God placed the image of a dolphin in the stars in ancient Greece a death penalty was awaiting anybody who killed a dolphin all in all people have always believed that dolphins have special powers that can cure humans well you shouldn't humanize dolphins even when being friendly they can still harm you they bite and can also painfully push you you shouldn't flounce near a dolphin firmly believe that a dolphin can do absolutely no harm to you you should swim away from the Dolphins interact with these animals only if you have an opportunity to leave the water at any moment – if a dolphin has been washed ashore you shouldn't carry it back to the sea because it will surely die if the animal is on the shore it's likely to be sick or injured leave the animal alone because it will be attacked by gulls or dogs you should speak to rescuers or the Coast Guard and wait for help near the dolphin protect the animal from the Sun it we'll become hot very quickly even in winter cover it with a wet towel or algae water the animal from time to time watch out water can get into the breathing hole avoid it one meeting a shark in the open sea actually situations where you meet a shark that is going to attack you do not happen very often but such an acquaintance is still dangerous you shouldn't panic sharks feel your fear and get even angrier due to the prey Drive try to swim away a shark is on its territory and it moves very quickly it's going to catch you you should stay still try to leave the pathway of the animal by slowly swimming away it will lose its interest in you defend yourself if a shark attacks punch it on the nose with all your might and try to leave the water the shark is going to be led astray for a while if the animal is going to bite you try to ensure its eyes or gills these are the weakest parts of a shark's body either way defend yourself and try to leave the water quickly by all means one more thing attention any warm-blooded animal might be a carrier of rabies this is a lethal disease that can't be cured the disease is transmitted through a bite or spit however sweet and animal seems you better not touch it don't let your pets play with wild animals if you see an injured animal call the animal rescue service professionals will help it better than you don't feed wild animals they get used to it and lose the ability to find foods themselves besides they're going to beg for food from people who know nothing about their habits insolent animals might scare or injure them never touch young animals they may seem cute but their parents will be aggressive we don't want to say that animals threaten you and you should always avoid them you should just remember that they are not your toys or friends they are not good or bad but they are wild and unpredictable have you ever had any encounters with wild animals if so how did you behave in these situations tell us in the comments below share this video with those of your friends who like camping and spending time in the countryside have you subscribed to our channel not yet then what are you waiting for

Help Wildlife by Sharing the Beach — Helpful Tips from Toyota TogetherGreen

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Nolan Gould and Danielle Soibelman show how you can keep the beach safe for birds and other wildlife.

You can be a steward of the shore and its wildlife by following these simple steps:

1. Leave no trace. Be sure to take all garbage and items with you when you leave the beach.

2. Dispose of fishing line properly. Improperly discarded fishing line can injure and kill a variety of animals, including sea turtles, sharks, and birds.

3. Keep dogs on leashes. Playful pooches can wreak havoc on shore-nesting animals in a matter of seconds. Protect baby animals by keeping your pets properly leashed.

4. Respect protected areas and signs. Give animals the space they need and stay out off protected areas.

With support from Toyota through our Toyota TogetherGreen program, Audubon is working across the country to help make shores safe places for people and wildlife.

Director- Gilly Barnes

I love this beach so beautiful yeah it's nice he gets to come fishing here in my dad you know with a stick for a pole and some fishing line do you like to fish I just don't understand how someone could consciously do that what you know imagine your turtle or a bird or a seal and then one day your foot gets trapped in some fishing line an idiot left behind on the beach oh now you can't move which means you can't eat which means someone's probably gonna eat you I didn't know that yeah and those six pack rings it's like y'all just need to be more careful but that's a pretty caring guy so my what if you were you know a little baby bird the sun is shining the wind is blowing you're alive and it's awesome but then suddenly there's loud music playing on the beach and then there are some dogs running around and your mom's like and then she leaves you behind in your crying and then the Sun gets higher and the breeze stops and then all of those babies including you are dead from heat exposure you can kiss me now I think you're gonna need a minute

Couple Share Studio Flat With A Cougar | BEAST BUDDIES

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MEET the brave couple that share their home with a playful two-year-old COUGAR. In 2016, Alexandr Dmitriev and his wife, Mariya, decided to adopt a young cougar called Messi and raise him as a house-pet in their small, studio apartment in Penza, Russia. Messi follows a strict grooming routine to ensure he doesn’t make too much of a mess around the house – he gets washed in the bath, has his nails trimmed, his teeth checked and he receives a special brush-down every day. The big cat eats twice a day with a diet consisting of turkey, beef, a bit of chicken breast and some bones. And with a growing social media following of 250,000 on Instagram and more than 2 million views on YouTube, Messi has become a local celebrity.
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COMM: A year and a half ago Alexandr and Mariya
decided to adopt a cougar. COMM: The couple adopted Messi from
a petting zoo. COMM: Alex and Mariya already had another,
much smaller sphynx cat living in their studio apartment but Messi fit right in. COMM: It’s not just a carefully planned diet that Messi needs, Alex and Mariya also have other tasks to do – to take care of their big cat.

Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil – Birdwatching along Transpanteira

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Pantanal is a paradise for ornithologists and birdwatchers. See and photograph beautiful aquatic and paludícolas birds are not difficult in this region. Since the biggest stork of the world, symbol of Pantanal, and tuiuiú or jaburu (Jabiru mycteria) with its sleepy figure, resting on only a leg, part of the pantaneira landscape, until small jaçanãs, that dont stop moving on aquatic plants to capture insects. Lots of birds of our Brazil are in the region of Pantanal. The Pantanal is among the biggest reserves of birds in the world and needs to be preserved!

Some of the birds species that can be found in Pantanal:
Arara vermelha (Ara chloroptera), Ararinha-de-colar (Ara auricollis), Talha-mar (Rynchops nigra), Curicaca (Theristicus cuadatus), Viuvinha (Fluvicola leucocephala), Seriema (Cariama cristata), Coruja-buraqueira (Speotyto cunicularia), Mucurututu (Pulsatrix perspicillata), Colhereiros (Platalea ajaja), Suiriri-cavaleiro (Machetornis rixosus), Ema (Rhea americana), Garça branca (Bubulcus ibis), João grande (Ciconia maguari), Papagaio verdadeiro (Amazona aestiva), Prícipe-negro (Pionites melanocephalus), Socó-boi (Tigrisoma lineatum), Tucano-açu (Ramphastos toco), Tuiuiu (Jabiru mycteria), Urubu-de-cabeça-vermelha (Cathartes aura), Arara-azul grande, Papagaio-galego, Gavião-belo, Cuco, Arara-canindé, Urubu-da-cabeça-amarela, Arara-azul grande (Anodorhynchus hyazinthinus), Caracará (Polyborus plancus).

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Disease comes to chimpanzees as nature conservation arrives in the jungle – BBC wildlife

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In this extremely sad wild animal clip, some of the chimps have started to be ravaged by mange. Nature can mean trouble for monkeys, apes, gorillas and other primates in the jungle. From the BBC.

Fifi has her days but Fred he's now lost all his hair seems too weak even to eat the decision to intervene with wild animals is not straightforward but this is a particularly virulent form of mange and in a small isolated population such as Gumby its effects could be devastating we feel dread are really looking very very bad now some very sweet daughter grandson Fanny and fudge seem to be spending a lot of time with her and glad to see they don't show any signs yet of getting the disease at all another of 50 sons is also ill but right now he must look after himself Fifi needs all her strength to carry Fred he's now so weak that for much of the time he needs to be supported when she comes out into a clearing something very unusual happens a troop of baboons completely surround Fifi they clearly astonished at the sight of little Fred his appearance must be as alien to them as it is to us time passes slowly and gummy perhaps it's my imagination but there seems to be an air of despondency amongst the chimps we were keeping a close eye on Fred's progress he's just getting steady worse and sadly he's now died it's really hard to lose any of the chimps I think there's such a lot of visual characters when you really get to know them as friends we do you have to accept that infinite mortality is is very high in society fefe lays the body out for the other chance to see it's as if they're paying their respects it's difficult to imagine how chimpanzees view death but the mood is suddenly Samba for Fifi it must be especially hard she's still very ill but for the sake of our other infants she must pull through

David Attenborough's Light On Earth – The Dancing Lights

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Why do animals produce light of their own? For centuries, we could only marvel at the mystery of bioluminescence. Now we can begin to reveal the amazing truth about these living lights. Sir David Attenborough is our guide, as we venture into a world he describes as “utterly unlike our own”.

these dancing lights around me are produced by fireflies creatures that have the strange ability to produce light they bioluminesce

Safari a Montecristi

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En este episodio mostramos una de nuestras actividades mas esperadas de nuestros talleres: Los Safaris. Los mismos son excursiones, generalmente de todo un día, donde visitamos, desde la mañana hasta el final de la tarde, una localidad de nuestro interés. Veremos el Safari a Montecristi, ese lugar tan especial, con una luz increíble, gente amable y tranquila, y unos paisajes espectaculares. Todos disfrutamos en extremo de estos safaris, hacemos buenas fotos y conocemos lugares de nuestra bella tierra !!!

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hola bienvenidos a todos gracias por estar nos aquí viendo en este su canal de félix sepúlveda fotografía el último episodio generó mucho muchos comentarios positivos sobre la salida de los muchachos que hicimos por la calle de los pepines para los que quieran lo pueden ver en este canal y hoy les vamos a traer una nueva salida esto es lo que llamamos el safari a monte cristi una salida distinta a la salida de calle porque en esta salida duramos un día entero de excursión y uno de nuestros lugares favoritos es monte cristi ese lugar tan especial con esa luz tan intensa ese mar esos esas rocas en las salinas bueno en el recorrido será muy similar a lo que hicimos la vez pasada un pequeño tour para todo lo que hicieron los muchachos y al final sus fotos en estos recorridos de montecristi generalmente visitamos bueno hacemos el trayecto si aparece algo interesante en el trayecto nos detenemos pero llegamos al pueblo caminamos un poco alrededor del parque el reloj que es tan atractivo el reloj de montecristi las casas las casas victorianas y viejas de ahí pasamos a las salinas vamos al morro vamos al lugar donde están los botes por supuesto comemos disfrutamos y son esas salidas que sirven para aumentar la amistad la cercanía estrechar lazos entre todos los miembros del curso aquí presentamos cortitos y fotos de dos de los safaris uno del safari del paisaje y otro del safari de fotografía básica ahí están las fotos mezcladas al final ustedes mismo dirán si los muchachos de verdad han aprendido aprovechó para anunciar que este próximo sábado 10 tenemos un taller express el taller de un día de configuraciones especiales para retratos paisajes productos la web e impresión no te lo pierdas vas a conocer tu cámara vas a conocer cómo sacar el mejor provecho de ella aprenderás fotografías muchas gracias danos like y síguenos que dios los bendiga a todos ah [Música] [Música] nada [Música] [Música] [Música] no no no [Música] ah [Música] ah [Música] fin [Música] ah [Música] no [Música] nada ah no no [Música] [Música] i [Música] no [Música] i [Música] sí [Música] i [Música] ah [Música] ah bien [Música] [Música] [Música] [Música] [Música] [Música]

Small K-9 unit vital to assisting CPW in protecting wild animals in Colorado

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The Colorado Parks & Wildlife K-9 Unit is made up of just three dogs. The team may be small, but the results are impressive.

this morning we're learning about a unique program in our state all in the name of protecting wildlife that's right a small group of canines is now patrolling the state part of a pilot program run by Colorado Parks and Wildlife Danvers Evan reporter Erik looper has an up-close look you'll find it come on he's a unique dog because he's really high maintenance it's training day for canine cash-in his handler Brock McArdle cash is sniffing out prairie dog holes in this case looking for local endangered species so he's using his nose to locate these animals so we can collect data on them to see how healthy they are to count them to see how many there are cash is part of a three dog team a pilot program led by Colorado Parks and Wildlife so it's another tool that we are using to just diversify what we have in our back pocket to help manage the wildlife each dog has a different job a unique ability but all three can sniff out the bad guys poachers specifically cash actually found the remains of this animal along some aspen trees up in the mountains and from that I was able to connect the dots and actually talk to the hunters and get a full confession it's a unique team seldom talked about but all the while proving vital to protecting Colorado's wildlife hopefully we can expand on a program and diversify and get more dog statewide at Bart Lake State Park oh boy American for Denver said

Grizzly Bear Hunts For Clams | Wild Alaska | BBC Earth

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Grizzly bears eat more than salmon. This one is hunting for clams.


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at Katmai along the southern coast speculators have been coming down from the mountains the Rizla bears they sleep hard through the seven months of winter but their summers are intense whilst the males work out his boss this female is more interested in finding something to eat she's lost over a third of her body weight during winter and right now there's not much around except grass a pumped-up meal could kill her cub but it's worth the risk to come here the Bears of this coast are all here because a feast is about to be delivered from the ocean not that there's any sign of it yet there is something else to eat on a beach but it will only be available when the tide goes out it's under their feet they can smell it a clan it may not look like much but this seafood is rich and these six mile long mud flats are full of them it's not as easy as it looks all the while the clams are escaping downwards through the sand sometimes they move faster than a little bear can dig a 130 kilogram grizzly mom needs to find a couple of hundred clams a day to make it was the effort but it all helps to keep them going until the first real feast of summer arrives

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Woodstock, Snoopy's devoted bird friend

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The Charles M. Schulz Museum, in Santa Rosa, Calif., is celebrating one of the most popular “Peanuts” characters with an exhibition devoted to Woodstock, the little “hippie bird” who became a valued friend of Snoopy’s. Luke Burbank talks with the comic strip artist’s widow, Jean Schulz, exhibition curator Benjamin Clark, and cartoonist Paige Braddock, about the important role Woodstock played in the Peanuts universe.

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Leopard Vs Porcupine | Serengeti: Story Told by John Boyega | BBC Earth

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Desperate leopards hunting for food come across a pair of porcupines and learn, first hand, that not all animals can be prey.

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Lion Family Documentary David Attenborough Animals Planet 2016 BBC [HD]

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our lines may still be pilferers and scavengers but at least they're getting good at it the Lions have located the warthogs burrow the lines best chance of success is to surprise their prey from upwind they run out of breath very quickly so they need to get to within 20 meters ready to pounce the Cubs whose milk teeth are no longer than a cat's cannot deliver a fatal blow to the warthog and had to smother it slowly and embrace the mingled sensuality and death this hunt means that the Lions have shaken off their status of thieves and scavengers they have become predators but their purgatory is far from over they've forgotten the menacing presence of the other large animals drawn together on the overcrowded banks of the lake they will not put up with young lions in their territory who one day might turn against them the Cubs are obstinate however and go on with their meal though fearful the twins pluck out courage and make a move in the direction of the females the weak point of the herd prompting the start of a stampede the Lords of the jungle take their turn to inspect the lines meal the element shows his disgust of the meat and covers it with earth in the jungle of real life the lion is not king far from it a big cat that has tasted its own kill will never abandon it so tonight the Lions who have just made their first kill we'll have to recapture their trophy that will be the proof of their skill or it will be the end of them the remains of the Warthog are trampled underfoot by the rhinos and the elephants who form an impregnable fortress of horns and tusks as soon as the twins start their approach the Rhinos move into triangular formation and advance one at a time so there's always a sharp horn at the corners the Lions reach the center of the fortress and find their kill at the feet of two rhinos who are not yet ready to give up the field the lines have learned that two heads are better than one one draws the Rhino away while the other snatches the carcass when the elephant threatens them they play the trick a second time one sells the dummy the other carries off the prize tonight the twins will finally be able to eat their first kill they have fully qualified as predators and have managed to impose themselves on the parched lakeside one year later the Sun has nibbled away still further at the South African savannah the twins have grown and their incisors have become fearsome weapons the full mane and beard means that they're approaching adulthood they're three years old and still very affectionate towards one another however their playful appearance hides a pair of killers they're rumored locally to have seriously injured a woman and a young girl today is a day for the hunt they rolled and the droppings of the elephants and the rhinos to polish their coats and camouflage their sense every two or three days the lines start to feel hungry and roam their territory in search of food the twins reach the lake still receding because of the drought the rhinos are becoming more and more numerous after 16 months gestation the mothers have given birth the babies are ideal prey for the Lions they are also the ideal target for the elephants games but this baby a real fireball is not ready to let them have it all their own the young rhinos have grown and are no longer giving in to the sexual advances of the elephant the elephant still guarded by the need to ensure his control of his territory seems to take pleasure in knocking the Rhinos down like ninepins the more the merrier this behavior is quite outrageous and he doesn't know when to stop the rhinos are seething with anger they gang up to face the elephant not giving him a moment's rest covered in cuts the elephant abandons the field – the Rhinos the mob have overthrown the elephant King that night he takes out his anger on the trunks of trees for a while he disappears from the Lakeside the twins survey the borders of their territory they are nervous they've picked up the scent of urine of other lions for males of the same age drawn to the lake by the drought enter their territory they're scared of each other they sniff at each other they threatened they tried persuasion or a show of force finally the matter is resolved peacefully caresses are exchanged and one of the twins is recognised as dominant they sniff his hindquarters as a sign of acceptance

Greta Van Fleet – Safari Song (Live)

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Documentary Wild Animals – NAT GEO WILD – National Geographic Wild Namibia!

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mirages summon up strange liquid illusions here on a vast dry lakebed that has been called the place of dry water this is a region named etosha in southwestern Africa for most of the year that may go without a drop of rain and in these times it Tosh's water holes become like open-air stages here has perhaps nowhere else the wildlife of Africa may be intimately observed much of the etosha region is grassy plain and bushland and in its center lies the etosha pan a vast lake bed which is totally dry for most of the year some 2,000 square miles in area this great expanse of clay is one of the most barren landscapes on earth this is a place of illusion and paradox because here in Namibia southwestern Africa the etosha pan is surrounded by one of the most spectacular displays of wildlife remaining on the continent for underground reservoirs feed permanent water holes along the edge of the pan and on the plains beyond sustaining great numbers of animals the year-round our year in etosha begins as the long dry season comes to an end the pan is baked and windswept and a dusty haze fills the air but at last one day great clouds and shafts of cooling rain sweep across the plains water begins to fill the pan flowing into this natural depression from all directions as the rains continue for about three months a huge lake gradually forms suddenly millions of catfish appear in the lake they've been spawned by adults that have somehow survived the dry season buried deep in the mud but now these young fish become a feast for egrets and herons the rains transform etosha the pan is now a vast shallow lake 50 miles across but barely two feet deep rising water soaks the grassy plains along the edges of the pan a lush new season is announced by a chorus of giant bull frogs calling females to mate the bullfrog males gathered together on their mating grounds here they attack each other fighting savagely for the opportunity to mate this is something new for these young lions the small female bullfrogs take the initiative when it comes to mating now two females vie for the attention of the male hundreds of eggs are released by the female and fertilized by the male soon vast numbers of tadpoles swarm in the shallows around the pan most frog species have abandoned their young by this time but the male giant bullfrog is fiercely protective he vigorously defends them against predators like the monitor lizard you yeah a blaze of fresh color sweeps over the plains of etosha many animals find sufficient moisture in the succulent new growth they're feasting on and the water holes appear abandoned and deceptively peaceful but turtle doves do come to drink every morning and evening these two are unwary intent on their courtship the victim is overwhelmed by hungry Turtles and it's soon over playing and foraging but ever alert ground squirrels rarely stray far from the safety of their burrows like most animals here the squirrels have their young in this bountiful rainy season on the plains a wildebeest is giving birth the calf's infancy passes before this day is over in just a few hours you'll be running with the hood all across the plains newborn animals our first tasting life easy targets for predators many will not live more than a few days the zebra mother places herself between the cheetahs and her foal making good its escape the rainy season is not a total blessing for the squirrels they are plagued with fleas the squirrels use their fluffy tails as sun shades it's an unusual adaptation allowing them to forage in the hot Sun the cheetah mother has four large Cubs to feed they're almost a year old but not yet skilled enough to hunt on their own the wildebeest mother is formidable she confronts the cheetah and helps her frantic calf to its feet and the use of animal of which little is known a bat eared Fox tends her cubs she collects insects for them to eat and keeps their fur clean by constant grooming baby spring buck are easy prey for the Cheetahs they can easily eat four of these small fawns in a day in half an hour they'll be hunting again her large sensitive ears enable the Fox to detect even the faint sounds made by insects underground this time she's found only a few termites although considered the fastest running animal cheetah a hard press to catch the swift spring buck cheetahs are often frustrated unless they can gain the advantage of surprise in this year of heavy rain and an abundant food supply pelicans have come to nest on an island in the flooded pan here they're clumsy black chicks are safe from predators leaving the chicks the adult pelicans often travel great distances to the nearest fishing grounds the pelicans join other birds in pursuit of catfished the catfish have grown almost too big for this sacred Ibis after three months the rains diminish and the pan begins to dry the surviving catfish are trapped in the shallows and picked off easily by the pelicans ibis and yellow-billed stork newly hatched dab chick ride along on them others back when she leaves the nest as the male dives for food the dab chick mother tends her young and the unhatched eggs which she carefully covers over when she's away from the nest now she shades the eggs and fan's them vigorously guarding against the hot Sun both adults must work constantly to keep up with the chicks demands for food the rains have ended now and pools along the edges of the pan of fast evaporating by the thousands young bullfrogs emerge from the water they have voracious appetites and eat everything in sight often there is no food but one another many bullfrogs may reach maturity without eating anything but their own kind for the frogs that escape each other there are other enemies this bush snake recognizes prey only when it moves if the frogs remain still they're safe through the rains most animals of etosha enjoyed a bountiful time strengthened and renewed they are now prepared for the long harsh season that lies ahead as the plains dry the rutting season begins a wildebeest bull eagerly approaches a group of female but the bull is not entirely welcome rival males will take full advantage when he drops his guard and attempts to make a male Springbok quartz a female by gently touching her flanks only when ready will she allow him to mate this is called pranking adult Springbok prank after being chased by a predator perhaps as a signal to regroup the herd but in these young it seems simply a delightful form of play mmm daily it's growing dryer the pan becomes a mire of soggy clay and then hardens under the harsh etosha Sun hi and drive the pelican colony is no longer an island and no longer a sanctuary jackals and hyenas raid each evening the flightless young pelicans soon are scattered across the pan many dead or dying the new grass brought by the reins matures and dries the great herds that have flourished here on their breeding grounds now move on in search of fresh grazing probably such migrations have continued for thousands of years triggered by the onset of the long dry season some herds will travel a hundred miles and mores they must follow trails leading from one waterhole to the next and at the waterholes wait the Predators a zebra herd is halted in sight of water by two resting lions the Lions have recently fed but they will see that nothing drinks here today they're old companions and have hunted together for years it would seem that nothing could come between them except perhaps alliance it's mostly noise and little damage is done the victor has established his right to the lioness the loser seems to accept his lot in life and is ill-prepared when a second lioness comes on the scene after three dry months the waterholes become increasingly essential in perilous for the animals of etosha more and more often and more urgently they are impelled here to drink elephant are among the few animals that come fearless ly to water these bull elephants normally keep to themselves but occasionally they join up with a breeding herd of cows and calves like this one when a very young calf is with the herd even elephant can be edging this calf is probably less than ten days old and it seems the entire herd unites to protect it kudu are infinitely cautious when coming to drink they are alert for the slightest scent or sound of danger Oh ah a powerful lioness in the prime of life is accompanied by the three cub lions have a bad reputation as parents Cubs are often neglected or even savagely abused because of conflicts within the pride but this lioness proves an attentive and careful mother possibly because he has no female rivals and enjoys the attentions of the three male lions in the area the Cubs are only about four months old and would be quite helpless on their own they'll continue to rely on their mother for the next two years a flock of Queen Leah's makes a hit and run raid on the waterhole their safety lies and speed the lioness has caught a young warthog for her cubs now she leads them to where she has left it but there's a surprise in store for the Cubs the mother will not help inept as they are they must learn how to kill this is a rare and striking glimpse of how the means of survival are passed on in the wild it's growing hotter and drier by the day though always aware of danger animals are drawn more frequently to the waterhole starting even in the cool of early morning they can probably smell the lioness but they're also thirsty it's been six months now without a drop of rain flocks of guinea fowl scratching for seeds add to the choking haze that hangs over etosha sometimes appears that the entire area is smouldering on the brink of bursting into flame you now comes the time of the light rains showers that may fall in scattered spots across the plains they're only a teasing foretaste of the real rainy season still two or three months away soon after the light rains acacia trees blossom for kudu giraffe and other browsers their fresh new leaves offer some relief but for other animals the scanty rains bring little benefit the planes are still brown bone-dry now the great grazing herds begin to retrace their migration routes across the plains by the time the rains begin in earnest they will have found their way back to the same breeding grounds they occupied the year before on the way herds gather to drink at a waterhole on the edge of the pan Oh and so it goes on as it has for millions of years the ancient perpetual cycle of the seasons the endless pursuit of predator and prey of death and renewal all will have come full circle as Thunder echoes across etosha and the rains come again at last

Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary Fires : Narrated by Tom Oliver

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Every year forest fires are a big problem throughout Asia, burning millions of acres. It is not a natural fire but intentionally set by those who seek to benefit in some way. The fire damages the forest terribly, and all of its inhabitants, large and small, either perish or flee.
Nature has created so many beautiful things with such balance. Soon we will discover how fragile that can be. To burn the forest not only destroys the home of wildlife but it also consumes our home. One day our mother earth will have had enough. One day she may not be so resilient to suffering. One day she will no longer be able to breathe. The forests teach us about conservation of water. If the forests are the lungs of the earth, how much lung can we cut out and still “live”. When the rivers run dry and temperatures rise, how can we stay ? Where can we go ? Stop harming the Earth. We have only one home. There is No place for us to move.

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one quiet night in priests a dark north of Siem Reap Cambodia the piece was shattered by the outbreak of fire the source of which was at first unknown soon the forests surrounding the Elephant Sanctuary became any further drop and ash you see my lashes this way I stopped here it's on the other side of the road it's not our property but we got to stop because look at the ash they go far carries winds going right onto our property stop by 3:00 a.m. on February the 24th 2016 volunteers the military and staff from the sanctuary had assembled to fight this terrible blaze they did their utmost the small amount of equipment available to them and thank goodness were able to rescue the two elephants that I have introduced to you two years ago through our documentary back to the wild viewed by over 60,000 people around the world this is is a decent spot here this is Derrick Thompson over from the Elephant Nature Park in northern Thailand is a form of firefighter and having studied the local ordinance maps designed a strategy in order to attack the blaze and Derrick decided to send up a camera drone to see cat amongst troublesome areas and prevent them from joining up into one huge fire front via Grace's own twin with the danger that this wind can carry burning embers into other areas and create new SWAT fires the elephant sanctuary backs onto a 1 million acre National Wildlife Sanctuary and is one of several established by the Cambodian government many years ago destruction of these forests would create an enormous barren area in the north of the country and certainly added to global warming the wonderful crew battled throughout the night and all through the following day Dino is one of the lead fallen tears in the crew and led the team in searching out more spot fires in the area and then the worst fears were realized Dino found wild animal trace and animal traps from the evidence found it appeared illegal poachers have made a campfire which had not been extinguished properly and flared up again after they had left here what happened here there's a bushfire we don't know who start the fire so I'll stop and wouldn't hear you try to stop the bushfire yeah if we don't stop the bushfire here is the boost for the fire can I go further in the bush and I burned the wildlife habitat and ours elephant we have no place to live so right now yeah we're gonna help to stop this fire before is go further and bigger the crew fought these blazes throughout the day and into the night once more with the darkness they were better able to see the location of many more flare-ups Derek sent the camera drone of again but it does have its limitations its range being an approximate 1 kilometer radius from the pilot operator the panel a military did a korabik job and our volunteers continue to patrol our area so our team not come here yes for alright people was to stop the people who do illegal action but we try to explain them to understand whether about how interesting to keep the in mall and the 3 to 4 s keep for another generation another another important thing is we have to keep the the forest for the good environment so if we got a good implement the VV God would have now this place be done but we got another spot to do it's about 11:30 or so at night we're still working the fires here we have a lot of spot problems mostly the fire is under control we're pretty happy with that but we have tall trees and there's still a wind tall trees so we've got some of our workers cutting down the tall ones and dropping them because they present a problem they a lot will burn during the night and fall and there's if they fall some of the areas we haven't had a time yet to manage the the branches and dry leaves is it's so dry here that if it falls it'll start another fire that'll carry through our forest so that's one of the problems with the trees that burned inside for a long time we're putting them out we got about four trees that we have in mind to drop tomorrow but there's a couple right that we have to draw up right now it's a threat to the force that we're trying to protect so that's what's going on here we're pretty happy with things as it is except for the losses we take take our time and be safe protect home ground what can be done to prepare for any future fires well fire brakes are desperately needed and we hope to raise funds in order to create them a small bull desert even secondhand that could stay on site in order to travel quickly into the forest when needed would be invaluable these funds could also be available to perhaps rent a water bombing aircraft or helicopter which have proven to be priceless in fighting fires in Australia and other countries it's not just in monkeys it's not just the dogs it's not just any other creatures here but but what every one every every single person that pregnant lady that old woman that kid that young kid who's trying to put out the fire if you go out of the century you could actually see how much landed here you can't see a proper forest at all because they clear the land to planting and then it would be great if they could walk the point of the jungle like I had the opportunity to and see the big trees that were chopped down to make to make wood for furniture and and to educate themselves more about rather than just elephants are are the monkeys well thank you for your understanding and your consideration of our plight and I respectfully ask for your help in any way you can so that we may preserve the lives of the elephants the tigers bears monkeys and all the other species that called the forest home the forest will return it will regenerate over a period of time but the magnificent creatures taken will not regenerate their lives will be lost forever please go to our website

The Urban Green

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Communities around the world are currently faced with a number of large scale environmental challenges, including dangerous, irreversible climate change. Many of these challenges stem from cities and our resource intensive urban lifestyles.
Fortunately, an array of concrete solutions to these challenges are already being developed and implemented in cities around the globe!
So we set off on an inspirational journey to explore the most innovative ideas, technologies and initiatives being used by cities today as they strive to create more livable and sustainable cities. We sought out leading cities that would offer a source of inspiration and with the potential to stimulate wide scale change which sets us on the path towards a one-planet future where humans live in harmony with nature.

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communities around the world are currently faced with a number of large-scale environmental challenges including dangerous irreversible climate change many of these challenges stem from cities and are resource intensive urban lifestyles fortunately an array of concrete solutions to these challenges are already being developed and implemented in cities around the globe so we set off on an inspirational journey to explore the most innovative ideas technologies and initiatives being used by cities today as they strive to create more livable and sustainable cities and with the potential to stimulate wide scale change which would set us on the path towards a one planet future where humans live in harmony with nature the struggle for a sustainable future on this planet will be won or lost in our cities in the next 30 years we expect a doubling of the global urban population and with that a doubling of the global urban infrastructure that is a very short window of opportunity to get things right so urban investment decisions taken today will determine whether people will be locked into resource inefficient and fossil fuel dependent infrastructures in lifestyles or if they will enabled cities to become places where we can live attractive and healthy and sustainable lives over the next 30 years more than five times the global GDP will be invested in urban infrastructure and its use so it's critical that those investments are made in a sustainable and resilient way a number of actions that cities have to take and actually take together is first of all to try to become low-carbon to shift from fossil fuel towards renewable energy secondly to become resilient we are going to face the impacts of climate change and they will be different from one part in the world to the other part we have to look thirdly into how can our existing eco systems our bio diverse that we have in urban areas how can that support us in our sustainability well the urban challenges the world is tremendous we will soon have 75 percent of the world population living in cities and I would argue that the number one challenge for cities is actually not inside the city it's to recognize that it has to be sustainable in its entire inflows and outflows of energy of water of food of all materials so to see itself like they're part of a wider ecosystem so that you plan every urban area for every citizen that it keeps itself within a circular icon model in terms of resources in and out and the second most important is to build resilient cities so how are leading green cities around the world responding to this enormous challenge one of the most ambitious climate action plans has been adopted by the city of Vancouver whose goal is to run the city on 100% renewable energy by 2050 Vancouver's plan focuses on vibrant and inclusive neighborhoods and creating a city that meets the needs of generations to come they intend to achieve this by working with a broad range of stakeholders throughout society when I first campaign for mayor in 2008 one of my key priorities was to make Vancouver the world's greenest city by 2020 so we put together an action plan worked with citizens and businesses and neighborhoods put together ten targets in water food clean air green business green jobs reducing our carbon reducing our consumption and zero waste at the beginning we were worried this was too much for people like that they wouldn't be able to see a point of entry into it and we were totally wrong and we've had over 35,000 residents 180 organizations who engaged in writing our plan tens of thousands of residents who've been involved in implementing because when they write the plan they own the plan and as a result we've had over 150 separate city policy initiatives that range from big farms in the middle of a dense city like Vancouver waste recovery that we've had we've had technology that we're doing I'm green economy we've raised our green jobs by 19 percent we've reduced our water usage by 18 percent greenhouse gas emissions are way down because many more people are biking and walking and taking transit but it's really the innovation is how you marry a government to the residents to the businesses to the different civil society groups and make it a collective effort creating a fossil fuel free city is possible but requires a shift to green energy in all areas our new goal is to be 100% renewable in the City of Vancouver with all of our energy sources and it will be a challenge with transportation in particular we don't know when we will have electric vehicles for the whole city we're waiting on the industry side to get a clear sense of what year that's possible we're planning out the timeline right now basically making decisions to eliminate fossil fuels from our city many experts today refer to renewable energy technologies as disruptive in the sense that they're radically different from conventional technologies and are so much better for consumers and society that they will very quickly disrupt current paradigms once the technology is ripe they happen very quickly and I think electric cars and solar energy and wind energy they're right a lot of people think they have these forecasts for you know 2040 we're having just a bit more percentage of these I think the transformation is going to happen so quickly that most of these forecasts are going to be quite short you know quite off because these are disruptive technologies they're better technologies for the consumers and we've crossed the price points where they make sense so once that happens it's basically a matter of awareness getting around word-of-mouth the understanding the experience and as that grows it grows exponentially and we're going to see a rapid I think transformation you know comparable to the Industrial Revolution or such so this is a solar energy installation here in Vancouver British Columbia in fact we first started 10 years ago people told us we couldn't do this that it didn't make sense here but we recognized that there were some people that wanted to install solar that wanted to do something leading-edge they wanted to do something to reduce their environmental footprint so we started with these panels this system since then the installation growth has been about 40 percent per year so in fact it could be done here there was a demand people want to see more renewable energy installed locally the research that we're doing is looking at the transportation sector because that's a huge part of our greenhouse gas emissions and about how we can connect our transportation system to renewables and we're finding that really electric mobility is an essential part of meeting our deep green house gas emissions reductions so to have a 80% reduction by 2050 we need to have a big fleet of electric vehicles really almost in every city around the world and the research we're doing found that there's a lot of potential demand there's a lot of consumers out there who'd be willing to pay extra for some type of plug-in hybrid vehicle or pure electric vehicle but currently they they can't do that because it's not available in the model they want or in the variety or color or whatever it is that they want and so we're finding that there's some areas that are showing us a good examples of policy that can trigger that change and California has the best example that we found California right now is leading the standards they've said that 10% of the vehicles sold in California have to be electric vehicles they have committed to an 80% reduction in greenhouse gases if other states Washington Oregon British Columbia Ontario Quebec and nine Eastern states were to adopt that kind of California policy we would create a demand for electric vehicles that would make them very commonplace and we would get to the point where using the weight of states and the weight of cities we could begin to transform our our emissions and that's where we need to go because we cannot wait for national governments to take us there anymore and once people understand that electric vehicle is actually cheaper it saves them money all of a sudden that will turn the market in in a massive way like transportation housing is also a major challenge in the aim of creating sustainable cities the Vancouver Convention Center is a prime example of how buildings can be designed to minimize environmental impacts we're here at the vancouver convention centers West building which opened in April 2009 and it's actually one of the greenest convention facilities in the world and just to give you a few examples we have really visible sustainable features such as our six acre living roof which is the largest in Canada we have very sophisticated black water recycling treatment plant in house as well as we utilized sea water heating and cooling because we're right on the harbor here at the vancouver convention centers living roof this is six acres and it's actually one of the ten largest green roofs in the world so what makes this green roof really unique is the fact that we've chosen signs that all indigenous to British Columbia so we've actually planted over 400,000 plants and grasses on top of this area it really connects to other green spaces here in downtown Vancouver so if you're looking at downtown Vancouver from an aerial perspective you're going to see that this space connects to the park next door and it connects to Stanley Park and it really was part of the vision of our architects so the megacity and capital of South Korea has seen a remarkable positive change thanks to courageous green initiatives the city has been recognized for its determination to ramp up the use of renewable energy and building citizen engagement there may be many diverse options and policies to combat the climate change issues the city like so had more than 10 million citizens so we should provide more environmental transportations and also bring solutions to the buildings which is more environmental but most important thing is to mobilize the citizens engagement and participation in this process during our development period there are too many rows and too many cars and citizens accustomed to using cars so instead of it we should a beaut the more eco-friendly public transportation such as subway or bikes so I'm really encouraged to citizens to have their own ideas and actions an impressive initiative by the city of Seoul is its goal to achieve 20% electricity self-reliance by 2020 obviously renewable energy plays an important role in this transition so the solar panels here are installed on top of a filtering reservoir of the water purification plant that filtering reservoir has a cooling effect so the solar panel become more efficient so the average power generation hours in Seoul it's a 3.1 or 3.2 hours per day but here thanks to that cooling effect the figure is higher than the average which is three point seven or eight hours per day Seoul Metropolitan Government has this campaign over one less nuclear power plant and this PV plant contribute to the campaign so we hope that this type of a plant or distributed and expanded around the Seoul City along with renewable energy production lowering a city's overall energy consumption by constructing buildings and houses that consume very little or no energy is key one approach is to use passive design in any green building the first thing we have to do is work on passive design maximizing the energy that we can get from passive design passive design means we use a lot of insulation we use special glass and special curtain walls to make the envelope optimal so that the energy does not leak through the walls let nature work with you instead of trying to work against nature I let nature coulis and heat us passive design techniques allow us to do that to tap the nature to provide us with our needs one of the great features of this building is are these incredible green walls it brings nature into our urban environment and some scientists say that when we see green it just helps us feel good and relieve our stress on the whole rooftop there's solar panels so this building is generating a lot of renewable energy to provide electricity to this building Gothenburg in Sweden has been recognized for its innovative climate strategies the introduction of green bonds and for its work to decrease residence consumption based carbon emissions another key to success is cooperation with academia and the financial sector I think the reason for the success story about Gothenburg and the environmental work and specially climate work is that we have in good cooperation and one example for analyses like when we together with a B Volvo and others built a new completely new electric bus a bus which didn't exist but we decided we want that bus and the city planning in their way Volvo planned of course with creating the bus and the bus was there after less than two years and now you can see the light green bus going up and down the streets of Gothenburg Gothenburg is a leading city when it comes to looking at the larger picture for example taking its residents consumption based carbon footprint into account when considering how they impact the environment the consumption based carbon footprint means that when we calculate the emissions in the city from the citizens we not only look at the emissions that are emitted within the city's borders we also take into account our consumption of products and services that causes emissions in other countries and other parts of Sweden by doing so we also get new perspectives on which climate issues that we have to focus on normally when we have a geographical perspective that is the traditional way in series and countries there's a lot of focus on transport energy production and industry and that's important but with the consumption based carbon footprints we're also going to focus on the consumption of food the consumption on air travel another kind of consumption in 2008 green bonds was launched by the World Bank as a tool to guarantee that money is invested in sustainable projects Gothenburg was the first city in the world to issue such bonds I think the cornerstone for green bonds is the simplicity the essence of the green bond is that is earmark money in that way when we issue a bond to offer the investors the opportunity to invest in specific projects so they know exactly where their money money is going so far we have invested in electric cars biogas production and also in a water purification filter when you take this to extremely strong forces finance and sustainability and make them move forward together you create something really exciting actually sometimes there's a political will for sustainable change but the city lacks the financial resources to see it through one such example of how to help bridge the gap between private and public sectors is the Swedish company sustainable lifestyle Scandinavia the world is facing a huge challenge in coming decades with close to 3 billion people moving into urban distance which means that we we have to take on a sustainable approach in order to build the urban environments and there we saw that the political will is there but there is a lack of know-how knowledge and capital and that's where we in system is nurses came in a via bridge raft gap the concept has already been proven successful and is now being implemented in the Chong yang County in China where private capital is fueling the sustainable expansion of the city hi Tamara Tunie da-da-da-da-da my ancient I deserve a Eurasia donkey warrior partes de guitarra Cunha lon Oh dong goo para que llamo con una so Eduardo Santiago soy de su ro t mo te Rarawa no para kirusha Phaedra Kenya sun chaozhong hired a guy named Tony Anna Tian Shen ji soo tranquila pardon she even Lee who Eva yeah santa chiara phone for – older sister Sanjay no ho well a cool Hoda died Kyra jump oh ho seppuku drunk – you said see ya kiddo Shanghai women tisha that woman you're Guangzhou from your conscious or consummated action we are fortunate we are the first step is making it a demonstration project to secure governmental support next step is making the masa planning and interaction design and then comes attracting the finance the capital and then final step is implementation the city of Paris hosts to the United Nations conference on climate change has been recognized for its huge commitment to create a more sustainable city by focusing on sustainable mobility renewable energy and the reintroduction of nature in the city me parasuraman engage a le Holloway on develop on dissolution in avant de Mon Homme pact solo en la famille Aquatica sunny no drop our example Pawar a mobility dos ojos la place de la nacho Donovan deep well economy circular Wonka develop a design a genre we have now in Paris a big issue about hair pollution this is big trouble for health as well so we have decided to develop many measure on one hand we give incentive to people that they shift to a sustainable mobility and on the other hand we have a special program that state by step is going to forbid the most polluted cars within the city by 20 point 20 that just like the cleanest one can circulate it in the city to a lower lower that pollution we are subsidizing for taxis and individuals the purchase of clean electric vehicles also the buying of electric bicycles if you buy an electric bicycle you'd get subsidy auto of the fourth of the total price from the city of Paris so we are really pushing very hard on electric vehicles it's one of our priorities and now we can see the reason that prices are promoting the electric vehicles increasing investments in renewable energy and retrofit programs is a clear priority for Paris as is their sustainable development action network in Paris we're going to have many action in the next years to implement our climate action plan but I would say we have three big issues right now it's to develop green energies in the city it's also to strong systems or retrofit plan to mitigate GHG emission but also to tackle energy poverty we have in Paris created what we call the sustainable development action networks and it gather individuals association but also startups that having make commitments to face climate issues and instead of being alone in that in that fight we are gathering them helping them to share experiences to go to grow bigger and also to be more known from the Paris population and this network now is gathering nearly 10% of the Paris population to South African cities Cape Town and schwann I have both been praised for their commitments to sustainable development while simultaneously battling challenges such as poverty and social inequality in the city of soirée and in South Africa in general we've got we are faced with triple challenges that offer unemployment poverty and inequality so it's important that you are able to scale people to participate in the mainstream economy we all have a responsibility as citizens to do what we can to protect the planet from the harmful effects of climate change and it is an imperative that we see a shift from our reliance on traditional energy sources and look to as many cleaner energy sources as possible one of our natural advantages is a the number of Sundays so must exploit that resource and that's why introducing a solar powered energy but we also want to use it to resolve the housing question in our city so as we expand and give more free houses to the poor with the roof panels must be designed in a manner that we are able to put the solar panels so in this way you are resolving both an existing and immediate question but also a feature question with regards to your energy mix and that's how we want to use solar air going for it's clear that cities need the support of national politicians and strong policies in order to achieve their real potential and ambitious goals a combination of both a top-down and bottom-up approach is absolutely necessary and demands a common effort that truly involves city residents changing our energy system to renewable energies is possible technically possible but we have to move very fast the economic framework the legislative framework we have to inform people we have to make actions on all level I myself on my roof in everyone else in his city in its municipality and in this region and if we do that then we can reach a 100% renewable world in 2050 leaders in the city do have to approach individuals to make them partners it cannot be that top-down people have to embrace solutions and feel that they are part of of a new world you

When a Western Kingbird Mama Took Over my Basketball Stand

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We found a Western Kingbird mama building a nest in our backyard basketball stand, and decided to document the process she went through of nesting, laying, and raising her little chick. It’s been a fun thing for the family to watch this summer.

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hey guys welcome back and thanks for tuning in we're doing something pretty different today I like to think that I do things different kind of regularly just to kind of mix things up and kind of keep myself interested in satisfied and so today we're doing something pretty different showing you something pretty different and I hope you guys are on board with it real quick behind me this is my throwing target system that I built if you guys are interested in seeing a video on this I didn't document any of the building process but I'd be happy to talk about how I built it what I made it of and so forth and also just kind of do a general knife and tomahawk throwing video if you're interested in that if not say so down in the comments as well so today I want to talk to you about this looks like a bird's nest Shane that's because it is one I'm gonna tell you the story of this little bird's nest so in the time that we've owned our house this has never happened to us we don't have a lot of trees and so we don't really have places for birds to set up but we've got a basketball hoop in our backyard and it's adjustable it's got one of those little crevices down in it where a bird could potentially put a bird's nest and we discovered one day when we came out to shoot some hoops that a bird's nest was kind of accumulating in this little space in the basketball hoop and so I talked to the kids and I said look this bird has just gotten started on this nest we've got a couple options here number one we can pull this out of there and encourage her to go start her nest somewhere else because she's still got time or we can lay off the basketball shooting for the next few months while we let her build her nest lay her eggs and hopefully have a chick what's what's your choice kids everybody with hands down yes we want to watch the bird I want to see her build a nest and hopefully lay eggs and have a chick so that's what we did and that's the nest you're asking well why do you have it now that's because the process is done and that's what I want to talk to you about I want to show you the process so it was really fun to watch what I decided to do was I set up a GoPro and I to get it in a couple different positions and over several days got lots of footage of this mother bird building her nest that was so fun to watch she came back with little I mean I think she'd done most of the twig laying by the time we had Y discovered and started recording it and so she was bringing back little Tufts of what is this stuff it looks just like fuzz like stuffing from a stuffed animal or something I don't know what it is but it's it just looks like junk like messy junk that she just flew around the neighborhood and found anyway just garbage largely and you can kind of see by looking at it there's lots of stuff in here that is definitely just garbage so anyway it was kind of fun to to washer build all that and and see what what she was doing with it and how she was building it was very enlightening to see her sort of set something down in the middle of the nest and then sort of use her belly and her feet to sort of smash it down and her neck and tail would go up on either side of the nest and she just kind of turned in a circle and smashed it down that she'd fly off and come back with some more and then repeat the process and this happened for several days a week or more I was recording it almost every day and getting shots of her doing all this laying all this building this nest it was so fun to watch so interesting I decided to Google what type of bird this was it was sort of a gray backed yellow bellied thing didn't know what it was with some sort of white highlights on the tail and I just sort of started looking for pictures of local Utah Birds who's trying to figure out what this thing might be I discovered that this was a Western King bird so Western King Birds apparently spent a lot of time around here they're very common in Utah something you'll see in neighborhoods very regularly so look up some pictures of Western King Birds and you'll see what I mean that's what this is definitely was and it's again one of these things that you see around neighborhoods pretty frequently it was always fun to watch was you know when we would come outside because we'd still use our backyard I would come out here and throw knives every once in a while and we'd come out and just hang out in our yard and the bird typically would buzz off fly away from the nest and then sort of chirp and make all these loud noises a flew around in little circles and it would do these sort of mock dive bombs where it's really way too scared to come down close to anybody but it would sort of just dive just a foot down or something from where it was to try to try to scare us off and everything but but it came back and came back and came back and before you know it I put a camera up there and there was there was one egg and we were stoked we're like sweet we're actually gonna see a chick at some point and then I came back day or two later and there were two more eggs now at the point where there were these these eggs up there we realized that we had a vacation coming up family vacation we were heading out to Florida to visit some family and so we were gonna be gone for over a week so off we went and ice man I I racked my brain trying to figure out some way to pair together the equipment that I had to turn some kind of a camera into a wireless webcam basically that I could set up there or even wired but you know I couldn't work out the the tech in time so we could not get a webcam up there watching the nest 24/7 to actually see the chicks hatch which is what I was really hoping to to witness what we got instead was we came back from Florida and we were met with this combination of a thrill and a mystery where two of the eggs had completely disappeared like they weren't anywhere to be seen in the nest you couldn't you know there's no remnants of them in there and yet one load one of the eggs had turned into a check and so we had one chick sort of flopping around in there doing that little Cape cheep-cheep thing every time you put a camera up and of course the bird would be flying around angrily Munk dive-bombing every time we came to look at the check again we had the one check the two eggs the other two eggs were just gone and I looked around on the ground outside of the nest no sign of it again no signs of those you know egg fragments in the in the nest so I don't know if some critter came along somehow got those other eggs if they didn't develop and then the mother pushed them out of the nest and for whatever reason you know maybe something did come along at that point and get the remnants of the eggs but whatever the case we had one chick was the result of three eggs but that's cool that's totally cool because that's one chick we get to watch develop which we did so we got a pair of binoculars we can use to sort of watch from the window and we can see the top of the basketball hoop look down on it and we were able to watch that watch that chick sort of develop and put her mouth up and then the mom and even the dad because we would see two two birds to Western King Birds which is pretty cool because apparently these birds I don't know if they mate for life or if they just you know once they mate the dad actually sticks with the mom and and helps to raise the chick apparently that's the case because we always you know not always but many cases we'd see two birds landing there on that nest hanging out there both of them comforting feeding the chick and one of the one of the really cool things to see was I don't think I have any footage of this was the mother and/or the father would actually just land on the nest not feeding the chick at the time but just shielding it from the Sun was a really cool thing to see like here's the nest and that bird would just kind of be right here and it's sitting down in there you could clearly tell the chick was down in there and might put his mouth up for a second and then that bird would just sort of set its wings out just a little bit just a little bit to shield that chick from the Sun give it a little bit of a from the Sun bearing straight down on it again this was in a basketball hoop so there was no branches above it to give it shade or anything like that so it was up to those birds to just hang out with that chick all day long and you know give it the shade it needed give it the company it needed I guess I don't know birds can I guess they chat and talk with each other I don't know what they do play peek-a-boo whatever and they're they kind of hung out with the chick a lot that was really fun to watch too and over time you know we come back to the nest we'd take a few more pics get a few more little shots with a selfie stick and a phone of that chick growing and growing and growing until finally one day I came out that chick was as big as an adult bird or appeared to be had as much feathers on it as an adult had a few little kind of wispy baby feathers that were still sort of stuck to it but you could tell that it had its adult feathers and I knew at that point this thing was gonna be gone any time now some of you guys who don't follow me over on Facebook and or Instagram will not have seen any of this process but to those of you who do you've seen pictures of this up till this point yes oh you you know that you know I've been documenting it I've been watching it and it's been a pretty exciting thing for me and my family one day lo and behold came out to see what the status of that chick was and it's gone it's just gone no mama bird no Papa bird no baby bird we just got an empty nest and what was funny is for the next few days because I just took this down like yesterday and it's been almost a week since the chick hopped out of there but then for the next few days I come out look at the nest and I'd still see the momma or the Poppa would come out and angrily kind of fly around the nest like wait a minute some reason I feel like you shouldn't be there even though the chick isn't there anymore so they kind of habitually kind of came back to the nest and defended it for another day or two after the chick was gone but eventually I noticed that they were nowhere to be found mama dada i have no idea what happened to the chick clearly it hopped out of the nest and it made its way out of our yard somehow and the mama bird and the Papa bird have been feeding it following it around helping it defending it protecting it elsewhere so they've got no reason left to come back to this nest and that's why I took it down now we play basketball again but that kind of made me think of you know my job as a dad and I'm sure a lot of you guys out there are dads too and kind of the purpose of you know my home and everything I do and the way I provide for my kids you know it's it's it's all here right now the whole purpose of my home whole purpose of everything I earn is to raise my kids that's it and then once they're raised once they're out of the house once they're doing good they're adults they're on their own it's like all this stuff it's like I could be my home at that point but it really has no no purpose other than to you know raise a family and I was kind of trying to think about that and have that perspective when I'm thinking about my house how nice certain things are how broken other things are how unfinished so much is I think about the fact that my priority is as a parent is to make sure that we have a safe and comfortable and healthy nest for my kids and that's it you know everything else is superfluous things can be unfinished and not very impressive not very cool or whatever and it's okay because it's safe healthy happy place for my kids to be it's a safe nest for them to live in anyway I kind of think about that stuff well I think about that stuff a lot I try to keep that perspective as I as I work as I try to provide for the kids as I look at my you know what I do here on YouTube and put that in perspective to the rest of my life like how important is it compared to everything else I spend time on yeah it makes me happy in a lot of ways but my job my mission in life is to make sure that my kids get out of the nest safely that's it hope you enjoyed that little story and a look at that nest Nature is pretty cool and this was really fun for me and my family to watch hope you enjoyed watching some of it – on the late boy scout we'll see y'all later

Giant Pacific Octopus Adventure | JONATHAN BIRD'S BLUE WORLD

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In this epic adventure taking place on two coasts, Jonathan investigates the world’s largest octopus, the Giant Pacific Octopus! He begins by meeting Sy, one of the octopuses at the New England Aquarium in Boston with cold water aquarist Bill Murphy. Then Jonathan and Bill travel to the Seattle Aquarium to two of their octopuses Lucy and Odie with Seattle Aquarium aquarist Kathryn Kegel. Bill and Jonathan join Kathryn and her team on some dives in Puget Sound to survey wild octopus populations. Along the way, Jonathan witnesses an incredible octopus fight and gets a small glimpse into the social lives of the Giant Pacific Octopus! Get ready for an incredible Blue World adventure!

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在這集強納森‧伯德的《湛藍世界》 強納森見證了一對巨型太平洋章魚大打出手! 嗨,我是強納森‧伯德 並歡迎來到我的世界! [♪音樂] 巨型太平洋章魚是世界上最大的章魚 最重可達150磅,還有20英呎的臂展 雖然你可能會期待 這種超級頭足類動物生活在溫水中 牠居然生活在水溫通常低於華氏55度的北太平洋 在開始介紹這個絕妙的八爪偽裝大師前 我先前往在波士頓的【新英格蘭水族館】 看看他們新的巨型太平洋章魚展覽 在這裡,任何人都可以不溼身地
近距離觀察巨型太平洋章魚 幸運的是,我的好朋友比爾‧莫菲 是水族館冷水展區的資深魚類專家 他邀請我在幕後與展覽的明星見面 嘿比爾!感謝你讓我有機會了解你的章魚展覽! 這是應該的!很高興你又回來了! 所以這就是新的工作走道!我已經好幾年沒來了! 對吧!這個是我們為了剛開幕的
『觸手』主題,今年四月新裝修的水箱 – 當然還有我們巨星
– 巨星們都在這邊 有觸手的動物們 是的,我們繞過這邊,這裡就是我們的章魚展覽 門上有堅固的門閂 哇! 你有一些安全措施!
告訴我一些關於這個人工草皮的事 這個人工草皮是一種阻止牠們逃離水箱的方法。 牠們無法吸住人造草皮,因此他們無法爬上牆壁離開。 – 如果你沒有這個,牠們真的會跑出來?
– 牠們會! 牠們非常好奇,牠們喜歡探索新的領域 所以牠們會不斷的嘗試,
牠們會爬上牆壁或爬到一個地方然後跑出去 – 所以牠們跟漢克一樣!
– 牠們就像漢克一樣!
(譯註:《海底總動員2:多莉去哪兒?》的章魚) – 哈哈哈哈哈哈!
– 他們會找到自己的方式逃出生天! 哇,這可真是一個非常聰明的方法來讓他們留在這裡 她有名字嗎? 她有,這是賽(Sy) – 賽?
– 賽 – 怎麼拼?
– S-Y – 很容易記的名字。賽?
– 賽 好吧賽,我們需要一些合作,而你將會有一點好處! 比爾給我看的第一件事 就是他如何餵食章魚 – 用束帶跟長桿是跟牠們互動而不會弄濕的最簡單方式
– 是喔 – 我會給她輕輕地敲一下來把她叫醒
– 哦噢,她已經拿到了 一旦她嚐到了魚的味道,她就出來想要吃更多 我真的可以看到賽有多大 我平常就是像這樣跟她互動,所以她可以認出我 她也覺得食物跟我有關連性,因為都是我在餵她的 – 這樣在水箱上伸展開來後,你就可以看到她有多大
– 哇,她有多大? – 感覺有六英呎寬,又好像超過六英呎
– 肯定超過六英呎 當她完全伸展開來後,我想展幅可能會到十英呎左右 那你覺得她大概多重? 我想她的體重大概35磅左右 那是一個很大的頭足類動物! – 魚魚來囉!
– 給她魚,她就會拿走 她把魚放到她的嘴裡,也就是她的喙,
就在她所有觸手的中心 [♪音樂] – 哇,這也吃得太快了吧
– 你想餵她嗎? 當然。一隻蝦?好,那我該怎麼辦? – 把它黏在她其中一條手臂的吸盤上
– 好的 讓她抓住它。哦,她拿到了 就是這樣 要操縱所有這些觸手和吸盤一定很難 他們感覺很上手就是了! – 所以如果我把我的手放下去,她就會吸住嗎?
– 對,她會 所以伸手去在那裡觸摸一下,讓她抓住你 哦這真是太酷了 [笑] 哦,這是有史以​​來最奇怪的感覺! – 而且很奇怪的一點在於牠們很摸起來很冰!
– 沒錯 你認為牠們是喜歡我們手上的溫度嗎? 牠們喜歡這樣的感覺嗎?或者牠們只是好奇? 我想八成是很好奇吧
牠們可以用吸盤嘗到味道 這就是牠們分別不同人的方式,時常是用這個方法 牠們也可以用視覺認人 但我認為牠們主要是用每個人嘗起來味道不一樣來分辨 他們嘗起來不同?我好吃嗎? 我今天早上才洗過澡,嚐起來味道不會太糟吧 – 她正慢慢地爬上來
– 對呀 這就是你和這些生物互動時最難的部分 你必須要注意他們所有的八個手臂 你不能只注意那個在你手臂上面的,
還有其他手臂偷偷摸摸你必須要注意 她想要鑽進去那裡,她到底是想去哪裡? 哇,這很光滑! 光滑而且很冰
非常冰 嗯,他們是非常冷的動物
他們住在太平洋西北部 從阿拉斯加一直到加利福尼亞州北部都可以看得到 哦你好! 我被噴了! 牠們底部有一個噴射管,可以噴到左邊或是右邊 牠們可以把它對準你然後噴你 [笑] 說曹操曹操到! 她好像在跟你說「沒錯,這就是它的運作方式!」 [笑] 她才不笨呢! 她一直都有在聽! – 你想試試嗎?
– 好。差不多放在這裡? 沒錯,就是這裡 我有這個,你沒有。呦呼~ 拿好了嗎?我有試圖拉一下 哦,天哪! [笑] 相機被章魚摧毀了 她抓到我了! – 她是故意這樣做的嗎?
– 沒錯! 真是頑皮! 哦天哪,這真好笑! 比爾又給了她幾條魚,這樣她今天就吃足了 而我無法抗拒牽她的手 吸盤感覺很酷涼! 我告訴你,這是個冷酷的握手! 這就像跟雪人握手一樣 而且還附帶了吸盤
哦噢,這不可能是好事 這下糟糕了 呀啊!保護襯衫 哇,她也太強壯了吧! 她很強壯 而且還很重 比爾不得不用拉的把賽的手臂從我的手臂上分開 但這不會傷害到章魚或是我 吸盤! [吸盤被拉出的聲音] 為了更加了解巨型太平洋章魚 比爾和我從波士頓飛往西雅圖 - 章魚首都 六個小時的飛行後,我們就可以與巨型太平洋章魚 在真正的太平洋裡潛水 西雅圖是一個美麗的城市,就在普吉特海灣的岸邊 但它也因為一直下雨而聞名 一直、一直下雨 [雷聲] 所以雖然抵達時下著大雨,我們也見怪不怪了 但我們不會讓一點小雨破壞我們的樂趣 我們跳上我們租的車,
前往我們的第一站【西雅圖水族館】 – 嗨,凱瑟琳!
– 嗨,強納森,早安! – 很高興見到你!
– 我也很高興見到你! 我在這裡見到了水族館員凱瑟琳‧凱格爾 – 所以這裡有章魚?
– 有,正確來說有兩隻 讓我們來一探究竟!!好的!謝謝! 【西雅圖水族館】是一個美麗的設施 其大部分展區都集中在太平洋西北地區的海洋生態 水下圓頂讓參觀者 有如身在鬱鬱蔥蔥的海帶森林正中央 你也可以與海獺和海豹相見歡 這裡也有淡水生物 水母及其他更多生物 但我最有與趣的是在這個熱門展場 展出的是巨型太平洋章魚 凱瑟琳和我介紹露西(Lucy) 這是我們母章魚露西 她大約兩歲半到快三歲之間 她重量接近40磅 而且今天早上她非常活躍
我想她知道你今天要來了 – 她總是像這樣游來游去嗎?
– 牠們在野外通常是種住在洞裡的動物 所以在白天的時候,牠們會躲在洞裡睡覺 牠們活動的時間是晚上、清晨和傍晚 因為現在時間還很早,所以能看到她出來到處爬 妳平常是餵她吃什麼? 章魚們喜觀吃螃蟹 在野外時,他們會獵殺螃蟹
他們也會吃蛤蜊跟蝦子 今天早上為她準備了一些太平洋大蟹 所以當她安頓下來後,我們可以
給她一些螃蟹,看她想不想吃 她正在炫耀的感覺,這是牠們的一種狩獵行為模式 當他們出去尋找螃蟹的時候 牠們會游到獵物上面,
然後像氣球一樣往下蓋住牠們的獵物 把獵物困住 然後他們會釋放出一種會使動物癱瘓的毒素
這樣就可以將獵物分成小塊 一塊一塊吃掉那隻螃蟹 當露西給正在給我們表演的時候 水箱裡還有另一隻章魚正在放空 – 讓我們來看看你們另一隻章魚
– 好的,剛剛那是我們的母章魚 而這是我們的公章魚奧迪(Odie) 現在是該給奧迪餵食的時候了 所以凱瑟琳給了他一隻美味的大螃蟹! 我們手上拿著的是太平洋大蟹,他們最喜歡的食物之一 – 這看起來很像這裡盛產的螃蟹
– 是這裡盛產的螃蟹沒錯 西雅圖這裡的美食之一 – 哦,人們也會吃牠們嗎?
– 哦,是的,非常好吃 – 這是人也能吃的食物
– 這是可以給人吃的食物,沒錯 這些傢伙比我們這些在水族館工作的人吃得更好![笑] 我們爬上水箱的頂部,凱瑟琳讓我給奧迪餵食螃蟹 – 如果我想餵他,我該怎麼做?
– 你該把螃蟹直接放在他的吸盤上 真的?所以如果我這樣做… – 我應該直接把螃蟹放掉嗎?
– 可以啊,你可以把它給他 他會把它拿走 希望他為此對攝影燈失去興趣 – 哦,我不覺得…他可以一心多用
– 他老兄可是有八隻手臂呢! 他可以在同一時間作做很多不一樣的事情 所以他一隻手顧著光,其他的手顧著螃蟹… 隔天,我們把裝備丟上箱型車,
驅車前往當地一個受歡迎的潛點 我們將加入凱瑟琳和她在【西雅圖水族館】的團隊 所執行的年度巨型太平洋章魚勘查 潛點就在城市海灣的對面 這個章魚勘查是水族館進行中的
野生章魚族群數估計的一部分 所以比爾跟我穿上了裝備,加入他們的行列 我們會穿著乾式潛水衣潛水,
所以我們在箱型車裡穿上我們的保暖內衣 [ 掙扎聲跟笑聲 ] 完全穿不起來呀! 我沒辦法把我的肩膀塞進去! 我不知道你的問題在哪 事實上,作為唯一的乾燥處 我們的箱型車已然成為我們的隨身潛店 每次穿這個都很享受! 總算好啦! 在我們穿上所有重裝備之前 我把相機先帶到海灘 [♪音樂] 整裝完畢後,就是下水的時候了 [♪音樂] 我們向外游到深水區後,才開始下潛 千萬別走開! 接下來,強納森拍攝到令人難以置信的章魚大戰! 隨著我們緩緩潛入綠色的普吉特灣海水 比爾和我跟著凱瑟琳一起找尋章魚的蹤跡 一路上,我們拍攝到了一些 太平洋西北海洋生態的壯觀例子 一個老港樁被足足兩英呎高的羽型海葵覆蓋著 我們找到了一隻銀鮫,又名為兔魚 銀鮫是鯊魚的古代堂兄弟 雖然牠看起來更像是一條硬骨魚 牠其實像鯊魚一樣有著軟骨骨架 而且雖然牠們在深水中相當普遍 太平洋西北地區是少數能在
水肺潛水深度找到他們的地方之一 能拍攝這條魚對我來說是個難得的寶物 在海底,找到了一個海參 一隻太平洋大蟹 一隻蝦子 一隻霧白的海蛞蝓 和一隻檸檬皮海蛞蝓 一隻鱈魚在我們路過時看著我們 這時凱瑟琳發現了一隻巨型太平洋章魚 這是棲息在岩石上的小章魚,
彷彿正在使用岩石作為瞭望台一般 我們等等就會知道,他真的非常喜歡這塊石頭 從這個有利的高度,他可以留意哪裡有東西可以吃 但不遠處,另一隻章魚正在監視著他 這傢伙想要把那塊石頭占為己有 而且他已經做好計畫了 他採取行動,悄悄地移入岩石附近 但岩丘之王早就看到他接近了 而他也不打算就這樣輕易的放棄他的岩石 [♪音樂] 一隻章魚能用在另一隻章魚身上的武器
只有位於牠們的手臂中央的強力喙 兩隻章魚都試圖用牠的喙去咬另一隻章魚 挑戰者暫時撤退來重新考慮計畫 他應就此打道回府嗎?又或者最後再試一次? 那是真的是一塊非常好的岩石 他決定據以力爭 但他顯然贏不了這場戰鬥,也無法接手那塊岩石 挑戰者只好撤退 成為王者真好! 但這只是個短暫的勝利 雖然上一個挑戰者戰敗後躬身擠入一個小洞 另一個挑戰者可正摩拳擦掌 有隻第三者章魚正在虎視眈眈 他比較小隻,
跟比他大的那隻正保衛岩石的章魚單挑勝算不高 他的計劃是悄悄地來個偷襲 從岩石底下偷偷摸摸地接近目標 但這計畫到最後還是沒成 別無選擇,只能撤退 我也想要整天留在這拍攝令人興奮的八足動物社交生活 但可惜我能帶著的空氣就只有那麼多 是時候回到上面多雨的世界了 我們慢慢回到比較淺的地方 我們在15英呎處進行安全減壓停留的時候,
也有很多不同的東西能看 然後我們便浮出水面 嘿,原來你在那裡! 我的巨大太平洋章魚冒險真是一次令人印象深刻的經驗 非常強壯! 我參觀了兩個水族館,
在那裡我學到了關於這個超級頭足類動物的知識 可以啊,你可以把它給他 然後我潛入普吉特海灣,在野外與牠們相見歡 甚至還目睹了壯觀的章魚戰鬥! 我並不總是這麼幸運 但每次當我很幸運時,
都會讓我想起為什麼這湛藍世界是我最愛的地方! [♪音樂]

Do Hippos Swim? | Natural World: Hippos | BBC Earth

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How do hippo calfs feed? How to hippos travel underwater. There’s a lot more to hippos, beneath the surface.

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The Big Butterfly Count with Sir David Attenborough

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Sir David Attenborough explains how and why you should take part in the Big Butterfly Count.

in the next fortnight as many times as you write just sit in somewhere particularly if it's a sunny moment find somewhere a little come to side on your garden and simply sit there and make a note of what butterflies appear and if you don't know what there are there's an identification chart which you can get out by downloading from butterfly conservation and so just note the butterfly and even if there no butterflies that's quite important too because you may be sitting in somewhere weather ought to be but for us and we ought to know about that so it's it's a present thing to do I think that we rush around a great deal and the idea of sitting around doing nothing and just looking comes us quite a hard task to some of us but it's worth doing it will find it surprisingly surprisingly pleasant

Our Quick Look at the Safari Condo Alto 1713R

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area one it's James and Stephanie and we are here with Francois from guys with Steph really wanted to get a little a little bit about this particular listen teardrop trailer we're in yes this is the alto yes and which model of the alto is this is the alto 17 13 or because we've got I don't know if you can see all the glass we've got around but the views out of this thing are absolutely phenomenal it's like you feel like you're outside when you're in it and I can imagine taking this somewhere beautiful and just being surrounded by nature and you feel like you're in nature but you're comfortable because you're inside like a mountain cabin you know where they've got that big wall of glass that's the feeling you really get in this thing yes it's very unique so we were talking about the history so sure share with everybody the the history of this particular and 11 years ago mr. Nadeau Danielle that was a good the founder at Safaricom though decided that he would like to create a new trailer a new kind of trailer wrote a draft trailer that would bring windows because most of companies didn't have that specification lots of window and when they presented a trailer like this made of plywood of course for the first time and then they said well this is going to work and with lots of window in 11 years later we know it worked and we're still there every everyone loves our product everyone loves our window we call it the wow factor yeah they're not made of plywood anymore right no play will was only the first prototype yeah now today we're made of aluminum sheets then we put in between only calmness of plastic that's an airplane wing airplane win exactly so this is this make the trailer lightweight so most car can tow this trailer for example the Subaru Outback and tow this get out laughs we roll back and go with that have fun anywhere so no need to have a big huge pickup truck or neither it is you'll be just a small car will will suffice and are there lots of options for this one saying that we do with our van we leave our customers do whatever they want us just there to coach them let them know what what's good what's not what's recommended and not solar panel was a big hit and we also have big trailer movers that can move the trailer around by itself without being attached to the car so for the ladies that want to go by themself outside they don't need us anymore just go and then I take the remote control out and have some fun we experienced one of those when we were in Germany the new version so what about people in the US who want to buy one of these how hard is it for people in the US to get a safari condo not hard we have two dealer that are out to sell to some state in the u.s. that for the rest of the country they have to contact us at the sales office in Quebec City and then one of our film sales team member will take over and give them a hand and then everyone come to Quebec City or here an atmosphere to pick their trailer up because we do not ship our unit but it's part of the trip also interesting awesome well this is just absolutely we don't use normally review travel trailers but this thing was just too good we just love this thing so much thank you for giving us the time to talk video that's incredible okay thanks so much you like everyone [Applause] you

The Animals Toy Train Cartoon Video | Monkey Train Learn Wild Animals Cartoons for Kids

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The Animals Toy Train Cartoon Video | Monkey Train Learn Wild Animals Cartoons for Kids

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Fisher Introduction With U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biologist

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Laura Finely, explains the biology and habitat of the elusive fisher. Today, the fisher faces many threats to its survival including wildfires and illegal marijuana farms.

Eastern Kingbird Visits Hellgate Osprey Nest – Aug. 5, 2019

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Start your Monday off right with a visit from this sharp-looking Eastern Kingbird to the Hellgate Osprey nest! During the breeding season, these bold flycatchers are fierce defenders of their nesting areas. They are quick to harass bigger birds—like Ospreys, Red-tailed Hawks, or Great Blue Herons—that pass over their territory.

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This Osprey nest is at the mouth of the spectacular Hellgate Canyon at the edge of Missoula, Montana. It’s in a very busy location, right outside the Riverside Health Care Center and next to busy parking lots, a construction site, a busy highway, and a railroad. However, it’s also an ideal location in many ways, since these Ospreys have riverfront property only about 50 feet from the Clark Fork River. Being so close to people does not bother them, and hundreds of people enjoy watching them every day.

The female Osprey at this nest is called Iris because she has very distinctive spots on her iris, especially in her left eye. These iris patterns serve as individual barcodes and allow us to identify her. She has nested at this site for many years. Her mate of many years, Stanley, did not return in 2016, and she attempted to breed with a new male dubbed “Louis” after an influential local Salish elder named Louis Adams (for more info:

Ospreys are consummate fishing birds, and this pair fishes primarily from the Clark Fork River and nearby Rattlesnake Creek. They use their 6–7 foot wingspans to soar above the water, looking for fish, then diving as deep as 3 feet for shallow-swimming prey. Adult Ospreys usually weigh 3–4 pounds, and they can carry prey up to 50 percent of their own weight. Ospreys can live up to 25 years, and they typically lay 1–4 eggs in a clutch.

The nest used to be on a power pole about 200 feet west of where it is now. This was dangerous, since the Ospreys could have been electrocuted, causing fires and power blackouts. In 2007, the current nest platform was erected to provide a safer place for the Ospreys to nest. They took to it immediately. Getting the new nest platform set up, and installing and running to high resolution camera for this feed for you to enjoy has been a large effort involving many groups: Riverside Health Care Center, Karen Wagner, Kate Davis and Raptors of the Rockies, Northwestern Energy, Dave Taylor Roofing Company, and Dr. Erick Greene of the University of Montana.

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Magpie hunts a duckling when the mother duck is not watching

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The duckling found itself alone when the mother duck took all her ducklings out of the lake to forage in the grass that surrounds the lake. Her ducklings hatched from their eggs a few days ago and were still very small and vulnerable to attacks from the predatory birds that lived in the park; ducklings are prey animals that many predators will attack and eat. The ducklings have learned how to swim in the water and walk on the land. The ducklings are following the mother duck as she foraged and encouraged her baby ducks to feed too. But a predatory bird was watching the mother duck and her babies as they walked around the park searching for food and when one of the ducklings stopped following the mother duck, the bird got ready to catch and eat the duckling. The duckling could not keep up with the mother duck and its siblings and had fallen too far behind its mother and the other ducklings and was now alone and unprotected by the mother duck, and the mother duck was not aware that one of her babies had become separated from her. The bird began its attack by running after the duckling through the grass, and when it caught up with the duckling it attacked it by pecking at it with its sharp beak, the bird had become aware of the dog that was a short distance away and became more cautious as it attacked the duckling. But the duckling fought back as the attacking bird repeatedly pecked and tried to hold the duckling down, the duckling managed to get away from the hungry bird, but not for long because the angry and frustrated bird resumed its attack and began to chase the duckling again. The predatory is afraid of dogs when it is hunting ducklings on the ground.

How Ants Use The Sun to Find Food | Trials of Life | BBC Earth

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Ants not only use the sun to track their way back home, but also their food. Narrated by David Attenborough.
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this must be the easiest place in the world to get lost I'm in the great sea of sand in the Eastern Sahara behind me to the South wave upon wave of dunes stretch for hundreds of miles it will be hard to imagine a landscape with fewer features to it and with temperatures rising to 50 degrees centigrade during the day getting lost here could be lethal and yet this is the home of one of the most remarkable animal travelers an ant that regularly leaves its home in these sands and sits out on the longest overland journey made by any insect it's called cat a glyphis and it comes out during the middle of the day when other insects die from heat exhaustion cata cliff is searches for these casualties when it's so hot the leaden it seeks relief from the burning surface when it can at first it forages randomly over the sand but when it finds its exhausted prey astonishingly it returns in a dead straight line to its nest it's so hot in the desert that even cat a glyphis has to get back as quickly as possible to its nest if it's not to risk death these foraging journeys are equivalent in human terms to a trek of 40 miles over completely featureless territory and yet the ants even if they wander about in searching for their food are able to return directly to their nest how do they achieve that well have a closer look at one leaving on one of these journeys it keeps stopping and making a turn stop and turn stop and turn as it turns it looks up at the Sun checking its position it moves on again and checks the Sun and the pattern of polarized light it can measure the distance between stops and it always takes a bearing on the Sun at every one of them when it eventually finds food a quick calculation and it knows exactly the shortest way home if you can use a beacon that's with you wherever you go like the Sun then of course you're no longer restricted to your familiar home ground you can venture into unknown territory you can go long distances to find new feeding grounds great journeys you

Sir David Attenborough and President Obama: Climate change and overpopulation in 40 years

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President Obama talks with Sir David Attenborough about nature, climate and people, on Sir David Attenborough”s 89th birthday.

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what when you think about 40 years from now what are the what are the prospects for this blue marble that we live on in the middle of space of the do you get a sense that we're going to be able to get ahead of these problems do you think that you know would the prospects of climate change rising populations that it's realistic for us to be able to get a handle on these issues and reverse some of the problems or are you more pessimistic I believe that if we find ways of generating and storing power from renewable resources we will make the problem with oil and coal and other carbon problems disappear because economically we will wish to use these other methods and if we do with that a huge step will have been taken towards solving the problems of the earth so I think you're right about that there's got to be an economic component to this I my father was from Kenya and I still remember the first time I went to Masai Mara and the Serengeti and saw the great migration and yeah it's like going back into the Garden of Eden when you see the wildebeest and the zebras and and you're transported but I remember talking to the Rangers out there and yeah they're dealing with issues of poaching and other problems but the principal problem initially that they had was that the populations around the parks didn't feel any an economic incentive to help preserve and when when the National Park started to work with the local farmers and saying to them there's ways for you to do well while still conserving this great treasure that we have that's when you got cooperation and I think all too often we we pose this as a economic development versus environment problem rather than recognizing that there's a way of marrying those two concerns that indeed is the case but the companies of as far as you find solutions along those lines the problem grows bigger because the increase in population in Kenya is is very is very very suitable and it's very difficult if you're growing a family and you want to grow your own food and so on and you can see all that space occupied by elephants or whatever right so what what about us I think exactly and as populations growth is one of the one of the huge problems yeah well which is why we're spending a lot of time including working with my wife around issues of the girls education turns out that when young women are getting proper schooling and see opportunity they're less likely to have children early smaller families populations stabilize and so it actually ends up helping not only those young women succeed and look after their children but it also helps the sentence you know the be invited this until you have to have a literate informed population with medical understanding of what problems are and what's available and then the population the birth rate falls it's not the end of the story but I bet rates sold a falling is a start and to the solution right

Hittisleigh Safari Comp with JFL racing

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JFL Racings first competative outting in their New Tomcat. A great days racing with some consistant lap times and on course to win the event but an unfortunate rear diff explosion ended the day on Lap 10 out of 14.

Learn Colors with Wild Animals and Bunny Mold and Garage Toys for kids children

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Learn Colors with Wild Animals and Bunny Mold and Garage Toys for kids children

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Canon 1DX Mk II vs Nikon D5 Review: SPORTS & WILDLIFE CAMERAS!

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Canon 1DX II ($6,000 on Amazon):
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We should have mentioned Canon’s iTR, which is similar, but doesn’t work with a single AF point. We always use a single AF point when shooting sports. If your style is different, you might be satisfied with it.

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we've got the four greatest sports cameras in the world let's see with your back this one's not let's go by Justin try not to kick it too far oh how did it go the Canon 1dx mark 2 was way better I mean they're all fine but this one did 16 frames a second both these cameras have high speed modes where you lock the mirror up you can't see the review finder yeah they shoot faster this one shoots at 14 frames a second this one does 16 but with the Nikon at 14 frames a second not only is it slower but it takes a really long time to show you the images on the screen on the back the Canon you seen almost in real time so you can actually follow the ball and move things around and also focused in live you way way faster so far as still subjects high frame rate Canon wins for now let's see how well each camera can track some action both cameras did a great job tracking a moving subject getting basically 100% of the shots and focus in good light however the Canon has a slightly faster frame rate so it gets a few extra pictures in focus the nikon however has 3d tracking that follows the subject as it moves around the frame in the real world shooting soccer we found using 3d tracking much more effective than manually changing focusing points so we give the Nikon d5 a slight edge fast frame rates really do get you better shots for flying birds there's always one shot with a better wing position when you spend months waiting for the right animal to shop and do something interesting and for the light to be perfect so you can get that one shot for your portfolio or wall you want the gear to give you the best possible result it's awesome and tracking flying birds and 14 frames a second is really useful for getting the perfect wing position but it is so loud that like even flying birds will be disturbed by and it does have the quiet mode which seems to slow things down some but that's not very quiet either I don't think it's really louder than any other camera is just with that really high frame rate it seems much louder when tracking flying birds in typical light the 1dx mark to the d5 the D 500 and even the 70 mark to get close to a hundred percent we really can't even use focusing to differentiate between the cameras in our more controlled low light stress test the one day x mark ii got very slightly more shots and focused than the d5 followed by the d 500 with the 70 mark ii coming in last but is 20 megapixels on a full frame camera good enough if you can get close enough yes but I got about as close as you can possibly expect to get to a flying ostrich without disturbing it using a full 700 millimeters and filling the frame with the bird required a 3x crop that means the resulting picture is about 2.5 megapixels from the 1 DX mark – and because the AAA filter there's even less detail than you'd expect and that was good enough for Instagram but is not good enough to sell as a print or for stock if I got in the shot with the D 500 or the 5d SR those pictures would have been much more printable and sellable comparing this real world owl photo the 50 megapixel 5d SR is noticeably sharper than the 20 megapixel one DX mark – of course because megapixels matter and even handheld even without hard light even without a teleconverter you can see the difference and yes they're both InFocus trust me I double and triple-check this for every comparison test that we shoot ok so which camera should you get for wildlife well the Nikon d5 has an awesome focusing system and 12 frames a second when you're using the viewfinder but the one DX here has 14 frames a second and you should not get either one of them why because they both have a very low pixel density 20 megapixels full-frame which means once you crop you get down to very very small numbers of megapixels like with a good crop you might end up with only 3 megapixels they both also have heavy anti-aliasing filters those anti is aliasing filters do things like reduce them while ray that you can see on my shirt here but for wildlife that's really not a problem we've never had a problem with that so for flying birds I would instead recommend the Nikon d 510 frames a second still very fast same amazing focusing system from the D 5 no anti-aliasing filter and those 20 megapixels are crammed into a 1.5 X crop for flying birds there's almost no chance of you filling the frame yes the full-frame viewfinder is really nice but you'll get better sharper results with this I promise another alternative is the Canon 5d SR which has remarkable 50 megapixels on a full frame body with no anti-aliasing filters and that's kind of my go-to camera it's only like five frames a second so it's not producing nearly as many shots of flying birds but the shots that you get are remarkably sharp as sharp as the D 500s whether or not you need the crop so you can go ahead and fill the frame with it and you'll get sharper pictures than you will with any other current camera for things like deer or perch the birds the 5d SR is my go-to camera if I don't need to capture action there's no question the 5d SR produce vastly vastly better results than either the d5 or the 1 DX mark – and it's way cheaper in fact you could buy yourself Canon 7d mark 2 and a 5d SR or a D 500 and a 5d SR and still spend less money than on one of these bodies and I promise you'll be getting better results so why do so many of the most experienced wildlife pros in the world shoot with one of these bodies or one of the earlier generations because of this this is the Canon EOS one V and it's a film camera back in the film they look at this this is where you put the film film it's like your memory cartridge right back in the film days you didn't have to worry about things like anti-aliasing filters or megapixels because every camera had the same 35 millimeter full-frame sensor so you could get this top-end body with its super fast frame rate and awesome focusing system and not make any compromises but today the sensor in the body are coupled and unfortunately Canon Nikon don't give you choices about that so they put in these sensors that are you know good for fast action and good for low-light but not good for detail and myself as a wildlife photographer I'm always driving for more sharpness the biggest challenge is getting close to the birds so yes you can get great pictures with these you'll see lots of the best wildlife photographers in the world getting great pictures with these but it's not because they chose the right camera body it's because they're the best wildlife photographers in the world because they have been shooting from the film era and I get their choice because once you shoot with a full body like this it's really tough to go down to one of the smaller bodies they don't feel as good they're not as well weather proofed but if you're about the results you'll take my recommendation and get yourself a 5d SR or a D 500 for the high contrast object both cameras managed to successfully focus at evey minus one which is really dark but they both failed at evey minus 2 which is even darker that's equivalent to F two point eight one thirtieth and ISO 200 thousand so it's really really dark but that doesn't match the manufacturer's quoted ratings of focusing a TV minus three but they were both significantly better than any other camera we've tested basically they are the same and you can't go wrong with either camera but the Nikon d5 and D 500 do have light-up buttons which can save your ass and dark environments when your fingers haven't yet memorized the button placement in addition to our objective analytical unbiased comparison testing we spend as much time as possible shooting in the real world with all the cameras we review but we don't bring a camera crew with us so I went to shot a car show and the 1dx mark to work fun though really I wish I would have had a camera that had a tilt screen to assist me with low shots or just a smaller camera that would make it easier to handhold while reaching my arms out into engine bays basically I wouldn't have picked one of these expensive cameras I would have grabbed like an 80 D or D 750 image quality we made a whole separate video pixel few thing every aspect of the images created by these so check that out if you want all the details but a quick summary the image quality differences between the D 5 and the 1 DX mark 2 are indistinguishable in the vast majority of real-world situations you know the word you probably will never notice any kind of difference but if you're getting really nitpicky the 1 DX mark 2 does show better dynamic range than the D 5 if you want to just really really recover shadows at the base ISO and the D 5 we found has less noise at higher ISOs than the 1 DX mark 2 is so you pick the one the D 5 the Nikon if you're shooting in extremely extremely low light conditions like north of ISO 25600 which is pretty rare or maybe in like a dark Club I might pick the D 5 instead however the Canon 5d SR here is far cheaper than either camera and produces vastly better images with vastly more detail and while the dynamic range and the noise don't quite match either of these bodies you can easily tray that extra detail by for cleaner images by cranking up the noise reduction a little bit and you still end up with overall better images with just a little bit a single slider of post-processing for all the details check out our full video you as video cameras they both support 4k and the images look absolutely beautiful but we don't recommend either one of them as video cameras if you want to compare the 1dx mark to is a much better video camera than the d5 live view works much better live view focusing works much better and it supports 4k and 60 frames a second it also doesn't have the 3 minute recording limitation that the d5 currently have and has and yes nikon there's been rumors that they're going to release a new firmware update but I talked to the Nikon guys and they won't confirm anything and there's not anything out now I don't want you spending 6,500 bucks hoping they're going to extend that and they won't the d5 does have one big advantage over the 1 DX mark 2 and that you can record 4k out to an HDMI field recorder that overcomes the 3 minute limit if you hook this up to an HDMI recorder you only get 1080p for some reason we can't fathom nonetheless they're not great video cameras because well they lack an electronic viewfinder they lack things like the Sony s log this Canon does not have the Canon C log which is great for capturing extra dynamic range in video you don't know what that means you probably don't care and they also like tilting screens which we find to be just critical for use for DSLR style video for the complete details of our video and lots of sample footage of different ISOs watch our comparison of the video quality on YouTube physically these cameras are like eerily somewhere from two different competing companies that you would think these cameras are made by the same manufacturer like it's freaky the dimensions are almost identical they both have 1980s LCDs down here in 1980s LCDs up here in almost precisely the same shape and and look at the way the memory card slots open up for each of them like look they look almost identical and both the battery packs right here at the side you pull this out and pull it you pull this out and pull it even the battery chargers are almost identical like what is going on how can two competing manufacturers make almost exactly the same camera well just that they've been like going back and forth competing with each other for like decades like near on a hundred years now and and this is kind of the result of that as one if one makes some minor improvement the other one makes it and they're both appealing to the same types of pro photographers who get very stuck in their ways and don't want to make big changes and just kind of like things to be the same way that they are so as a result we don't see anything revolutionary and we see it's difficult to differentiate functionally I like the Nikon better I like the thumb dial in the back I find that really easy to reach I find it easier to reach then the secondary dial on the Canon but the Nikon has one big functional improvement and that's like a more functional touchscreen so I can hit play here and zoom in with my fingers and then just tap through or swipe through the different pictures and that's just it's just terribly useful for making sure that you have met critical focus on all parts of the frame the Canon weirdly it has a touchscreen and it lets you do some things but it won't let you do that you can't interact with it you can kind of touch to focus but it's not very intuitive so it's really weird that they put a touchscreen in the Canon but then gave it almost no usefulness like maybe there'll be a firmware update but then again Canon and Nikon they don't tend to release firmware updates that have big functional improvements like that would usually if you're hoping for a fixing firmware is not going to come oh let's do one more comparison against my samsung s7 a camera that costs like six or seven hundred bucks a phone of course look at the way the brightness of the screens this is with this screen on full bright and the screen on full bright you can see the Nikon is a little bit brighter look like I could touch the focus here and I can touch the focus here but I can't zoom in but look at the way the Samsung works I can just pan in and move around and it's just so much vastly superior look how much brighter and prettier the screen is on this little smartphone we have this huge back why do they use so little of it for the screen and why don't they start integrating like better OLED displays and nicer touch screens it's just it's a terrible screen for such an expensive camera let's wrap this up should you get the d5 or the 1dx mark – and there's much difference it's it's like Luke and Owen Wilson like they're not the same but they're kind of the same right like if they put one instead of the other in a movie you'd probably be okay with that that's kind of the way it works do if you're a professional photojournalist or you work for ESPN or something your boss will probably put one of these cameras in your hands and you're going to be happy with either because I kid you just you just don't notice a difference in the vast majority of situations the Canon is a little bit faster and the live view works way better the nikon has this awesome 3d focusing that saves your thumb from having to move the focusing points around in some situations and the touch screen works better and if one of those is like a killer feature that you must have then the choice is made for you otherwise if you really are picking between these maybe you have an investment in either Canon and Nikon lenses just just get the body that matches those and don't worry about selling all your lenses it's probably not worth it if you haven't invested yet and you're just like a rich guy who's buying us for his cameras you know what they pick a lens that you want to use first and then match the body up to that and if you don't know much about the lenses well frankly the Canon and Nikon lenses are almost identical also because when one makes it 200 to 400 the other one makes it too but in general like gives a slight edge to the Canon because we tend to like the Canon glass better when we've paired them up against each other for their equivalents so hope you found this video useful I'd appreciate it give me a like subscribe to see more free videos including reviews photography tutorials Photoshop tutorials and videography tutorials and share it with your friends any questions any follow-up questions just ask a comment thanks so much bye