Killer Whale Attack: Orca Beaches Itself To Ambush Seals

COMM: Out of the water, these seals should have every right to feel safe. But here off the coast of Argentina, the beach still holds danger. COMM: These are the unique orcas of the Peninsula Valdes, who have learned to catch seals by beaching themselves. COMM: With a powerful burst of speed the six ton mammals rush onto the shore

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Test, Angling and Snorkeling/ Denmark/ South of Elsegårde/ Djursland Peninsula/

Test, Angling and Snorkeling/ Denmark/  South of Elsegårde/ Djursland Peninsula/

Angling and snorkeling video, June 17th 2016. The 4th testdive this year, south of the Elsegårde campsite, on southern Djursland in Denmark, northern Europe. Sligthtly north of Gåsehage, which is the southernmost tip of the peninsula Djursland, before Djursland disappears into the sea in direction of the island, Samsø across from the uninhabited island, Hjelm. One of the relatively few

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Testdive, Angling and Snorkeling Potential/ Dråby Bay / Denmark/ Djursland Peninsula/

Angling and snorkeling test, Dråby Bay /beach, facing the Kattegat Sea on the peninsula, Djursland, in Denmark, northern Europe. One of the top locations on the peninsula, with regards to fishing and snorkel diving, due to it being part of the current rich east coast of Djursland. The reason why I today, August 28th 2015, have chosen this place is

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Testdive, Angling and Snorkeling Potential/ South of Elsegårde/ Denmark/ Djursland Peninsula/

June 28th 2016. Test dive investigating underwater how things look, with regards to fishing and snorkeling. If it looks nice, and how it might be hunting for fish Elsegårde in Denmark, on the peninsula, Djursland, South of Elsegårde, offset a little from a spot nearby where I dove recently. What I am looking for is better visibility than last time,

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Double-headed psychedelic sea slug is discovered off the coast of Borneo

Divers have discovered what is believed to be the world’s first two-headed sea slug. A diver came across the psychedelic creature near a sandbar called Kapalai off the coast of Sabah in eastern Malaysian Borneo. The abnormality may have been caused by a birth defect or even pollution. As well as having two heads, the slug, or nudibranch as they

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Killed by plastic pollution: unknown animal washes up on Cornwall beach. #TheCreature

(metal detector clicking) (clicking increases) (high-pitched squealing) I think it… I, you know, I think it’s… it was… I’ve never seen anything that looks like this. It looked like a whale, but I don’t know if it was a whale. I don’t know. (dog whining, barking) Like a big lump of… Like a… It looked, initially, like a… a seal,

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FLY TV – Chasing Sea Trout

FLY TV – Chasing Sea Trout

Hi, I am Niklaus Bauer. – And I am Daniel Bergman. You are watching FLY TV and today we are doing this: Hi and welcome back to FLY TV. I am Niklaus Bauer from Fly-Dressing. This is my good friend Daniel. Today we are going to fish sea trout in the archipelago of Stockholm. It is quite late in the

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Earth from space: Easter Island

Earth from space: Easter Island

Hi, I’m Mariangela D’Acunto and welcome back to ESA’s Earth from Space programme. Today, Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over one of the most remote islands in the world Located in the Pacific Ocean, over 3500 km off the west coast of South America, Easter island is also known as Rapa Nui by its original inhabitants. The island was named after

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Kalymnos | About Kalymnos

Kalymnos | About Kalymnos

Kalymnos is a rocky, irregularly-shaped island off the Turkish coast and a member of the twelve Greek islands of the southeastern Aegean known as the Dodecanese. It has always been pretty presumptuous thanks to the trade in sponges, and has been able to resist the temptations of mass tourism. The prosperity of the Kalymnian shipping community is reflected in the

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