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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Borneo Death Blow – full documentary

In the remaining jungle of Borneo, lives a tribe of nomadic hunter-gatherers. They’re known for their survival skills and for the deadly poison they use on their blowpipe darts the Penan My name is Raphael Treza. I’m a musician and film-maker I’m going to spend the next three months with the Penan tribe of Malaysia My journey begins in Kuala

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Climbing Islands in the Sky in Search of New Species | Nat Geo Live

Climbing Islands in the Sky in Search of New Species | Nat Geo Live

Mark:My years in Yosemite were the best years of my life.That was where I was trainingand I was learning the skills of big wall climbing.And I wanted to find walls that people hadn’t done beforeand I wanted to pioneer my own routes.But, you know what conclusion that I did come tofrom going on all these expeditions?Climbing is kind of, a

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Staten Island Has a Serious Deer Problem | The Daily Show

Staten Island Has a Serious Deer Problem | The Daily Show

Continuing our environmental coverage, we turn now to our very own backyard, Staten Island, where Mother Nature is fighting back. Desi Lydic reports. Staten Island, a place famous for mob wives, spray tans and cheese sticks. But there’s more to the wildlife here than just beefed up sleeve-haters. So I met up with park ranger Sarah Aucoin to find out

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Marcel Dicke: Why not eat insects?

Marcel Dicke: Why not eat insects?

Okay, I’m going to show you again something about our diets. And I would like to know what the audience is, and so who of you ever ate insects? That’s quite a lot. (Laughter) But still, you’re not representing the overall population of the Earth. (Laughter) Because there’s 80 percent out there that really eats insects. But this is quite

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Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 3/3)

Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 3/3)

THOMAS MORTON: So we’re just on the outskirts of the gyre right now. We haven’t really even gotten into the thick of things, and already in the last hour, we’ve seen more fucking trash float by than we have in the entire voyage up until now. The past day I started getting this weird fear that, like, what if the

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Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 2/3)

JAKE BURGHART: Starting to have a bit of a breakdown. Let’s see. I’m going to take this tape out, put it in my pocket after I shoot it, and– I don’t even know why I’m shooting it right now. It’s sort of a– I just kind of really need someone to talk to. I don’t know where to start. I

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racial feeling comes from peninsula

racial feeling comes from peninsula

From the deliberation, I could feel a great sense of disappointment and frustration that expectations have not been met and promises remain unfulfilled It is akin to a situation in which the dog can bark all day but the caravan keeps moving Agreements and related legal documents associated with the rights of Sabah and Sarawak within the federation are more

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Palau is an island paradise standing up to the world

Palau is an island paradise standing up to the world

We’re going to an island in the middle of nowhere. – We’re completely surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. You can’t see any land in any direction. This is the country of Palau, a tiny group of islands in the Pacific Ocean. Even though it’s remote, the rest of the world has found its way here. Palau shows how a connected

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