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A pair of rare white tigers are donated to the Al Ain Wildlife Park in Dubai. For the past two years Sugar and Spice have been living the life of luxury at the palace of Dubai's royal family! But now these cats have been donated to the park by Sheikha Latifa... Click to subscribe for more cute videos: http://bit.ly/ZqphqC WATCH 'Pick of the Week': http://bit.ly/PickofTheWeek Why don't you come and join U-zoo to stay up to date with our videos and other animal stories: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uzooanimals Twitter: http://bit.ly/1v8vrbG Google+: http://bit.ly/1rsHXMN Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1sCFYef Instagram: http://instagram.com/uzoouk . . Please download the free KidSafe Tube app for more videos with remote parental control - http://apple.co/1InEAkq
Stunning pictures of the Indonesian fauna with rare animals (classified in annex 1 of Washington convention) such as Java's Rhinos and Tigers. One of the most endangered primary forest in the world. Alain Compost - Wildlife photographer and film-maker (productions of documentaries for the French national TV) Images exceptionnelles de la faune indonésienne, en direct de java, avec des animaux en annexe 1 de la convention de Washington tels que le tigre ou le rare rhinocéros de Java. Une des forets primaires les plus en danger du monde. Alain Compost - photographe et vidéaste animalier (réalisateur de documentaires pour la TV nationale française).
http://www.bbc.co.uk/wildside Try your hand at giving animals a voice! Check out the BBC Comedy blog and pick your clip: http://bbc.in/9Xiz4y Meet the Not-Very-Scary-Sharks, the Scratching Badgers, the DIY Orang Utan, the Vultures Flying School and a Marmot called Alan. They all come together in this new show which combines the comedy talents of Jason Manford and friends together with some jaw-dropping natural history footage. Its time to take a Walk On The Wild Side.
Deforestation and human encroachment are putting huge pressure on Indonesia's national parks. On the island of Java, CIFOR researcher, Age Kridalaksana is working in Gunung Halimun-Salak national park to monitor the biodiversity in order to better understand how to reduce human-wildlife conflict. His research offers new hope for the island's most elusive species, the endangered Javan leopard. Read more here: http://bit.ly/11Moifq Click here for more rare footage of the Javan leopard: http://bit.ly/122BblA See stock footage on Vimeo here: http://bit.ly/10k6vPk
Tippi Degré grew up in Namibia and is often refered to as the real life Mowgli because of her awesome interaction with the animals in the wild. In this video you can see her and the animals interacting. Tippi Degré (born 4 June 1990) is a French woman, who spent her childhood in Namibia among wild animals and tribespeople. She is often refered to as the real life Mowgli and the pictures of her with the animals are absolutely astonishing!! Her parents Alain Degré and Sylvie Robert, worked and lived in Namibia as freelance wildlife photographers when she was born and she lived there until she was 10. During her stay in Namibia, she befriended among other wild animals, a 28-year old elephant named Abu and as you can see, she has some awesome pictures to show for that friendship. Look at s...
A CGI 3D Animated Short “Dream,” created for the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, four animals facing extinction tell their stories through the words which captures the plight of four distinct animals suffering at the hands of humans...The emotional portrayal begins with animals in their natural habitats singing when their life was good. As the song shifts in tone, the animals continue to sing as their lives are threatened by man-‐made threats to their lives and environment. DDB worked with the animation production company Zombie Studio to bring this song to life. Credits: Wildlife Conservation Film Festival Christopher J. Gervais, F.R.G.S. - Founder & CEO Production: Zombie Studio http://zombiestudio.com.br/ WCFF “DREAM” VIDEO CREDITS CLIENT Wildlife Conservation Film Festiva...
The art of living in harmony with nature. Originally titled "Le dernier trappeur". Nicolas Vanier (born 5 May 1962) is a French adventurist, writer and director of this documentary. A trapper and his wife brave the harsh Yukon climate, trecherous landscape and dangerous wildlife in an attempt to live a life of solitude. For over 20 years, Nicolas Vanier, an untiring voyager in the coldest of climes, a veritable Jack London of modern times, has criss-crossed the wildest regions of the far northern lands. His travels include major expeditions in Siberia, Lapland, Alaska and of course Canada, where he recently undertook an incredible White Odyssey: 8600 kilometers covered with a team of sledge dogs, from Alaska all the way to Quebec.
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Just how big can a leopard get? Monster leopards that are rarely hunted in the mountains above the Serengeti are chased by host J Alain Smith and his Masai trackers as they try and lure a legendary domestic goat killer that has been wrecking havoc on the local village from his lair at the top of Mt. Galai. Collecting a zebra to hang in one of the leopards favorite trees, viewers will be thrilled to watch as Mr. Spots makes a bold daylight appearance. Following the blood trail thru the bamboo thickets tests Alain's nerve and intestinal fortitude.
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