Tiger Vs Leopard – Indian leopard encounter with a tiger in the wild

Tiger spots a leopard in the jungle and leopard is found dead the next morning.

Polar bear habits – Wild: Polar Bear Diary – BBC

Scientists are still learning new polar bear habits and are constantly surprised by their coping skills in a hostile habitat. Malcolm Ramsey, a scientist who…

Baby polar bears climbing out, with a helping hand from Mum

http://twitter.com/oceanCO2 As seen from the RRS James Clark Ross during the UK Ocean Acidification cruise http://www.arcticoacruise.org/ in June 2012, in th…

Bear Grylls – Man vs Wild Skydive Helicopter Drop

http://www.frommyexperience.com/les-stroud-vs-bear-grylls.php – I found this skydive drop fascinating to watch. Bear Grylls slowly slips out of site after dr…
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History of Smokey Bear – National Wildfire Coordinating Group 2006 – NFES 2882 – Course P-101. Fire Prevention Education 101.

Masturbation | Wild Sex Ep13

www.earthtouch.tv Humans are not the only animals who sometimes take things into their own hands when it comes to sex — countless other species do it too. From crickets and their ‘autonomous sperm ejections’, to sneaky masturbating iguanas and some squirrel genital grooming, going solo…

Drawn From Wild Places – Episode 02

Drawn From Wild Places’, Derek Robertson is an artist who focuses on wild life. Once he discovers what he’s set out to find, he sketches while they move around then later creates captivating paintings. In episode 2, Derek focuses on birds – the swallow, lapwings, the barn owl and the pipistrelle bat.
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Deep in the heart of Papua New Guinea lies a species-rich rainforest, while its coast is fringed with rare unspoilt coral reef. Both areas provide habitat for some extraordinary creatures who face an uncertain and bleak future –extinction. For centuries this forgotten paradise has been hidden from the eyes of the industries that have left such a devastating mark on similar treasures, but that is no longer the case. Pollution, hunting, mining and logging pose real and immediate threats to these habitats. We take a look at what is being done to save these creatures and the world they have inhabited for so long. It is a rare opportunity to see some of nature’s best-kept and most enchanting secrets, including the tree kangaroo, the long-beaked echidna, the cassowary as well as the rich marine life. Watch as we meet the remarkable individuals and organisations dedicated to giving the species of Papua New Guinea a fighting chance at survival… before it’s too late. Storyteller produce and distribute documentaries and factual programming specialising in animals and nature; from endangered species and what’s being done to save them to mysterious animal and monster stories. www.storyteller.com.au http www.facebook.com twitter.com www.animalalliestv.com http
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Travel Wild – Kaikoura New Zealand Land of the Whale Riders

The small coastal township of Kaikoura was once best known for its high unemployment, but today, it�s the whale watching capital of the world. Back in the 1980s, the local Iwi (Maori tribe) mortgaged their homes and purchased the first of what would become a fleet of whale watching vessels; transforming the community�s fortunes in the process.According to Kati Kuri legend, Paikea travelled to New Zealand on the back of a whale. So, when looking for a means to create local employment, it seemed only appropriate for his descendants to look to the whale for a better way of life.Whale Watch Kaikoura helped rally the local community around a single focus in purpose and today, this small coastal town is bursting at the seams with trendy eco-accommodations, cafes and galleries that attract nature lovers from across the globe. They come to get close to the biggest attraction of them all, sperm whales, a few hundred dolphins and a few thousand seals.What are all these creatures hanging around Kaikoura for? Lin head�s below the surface to find out.
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Wild Justice – Thrill Killer

Wild Justice: SUNDAYS at 10p et/pt : channel.nationalgeographic.com Warden Boyd takes an unusual approach to catching hunters suspected of trafficking bear gallbladders.
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Ever seen a Tiger cry … @ 1:13 you see it cry…hold your tears SAVE THE TIGERS!!

Touched by a Wild Mountain Gorilla (HD Version)

An amazing chance encounter with a troop of wild mountain gorillas near Bwindi National Park, Uganda
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For centuries Robben Island has been synonymous with cruelty and inhumanity. And more recently, it has come to symbolize the excesses of the apartheid system. What is not usually known is that the island is a haven for wildlife, which flourishes in a habitat relatively untouched by human influence. This program takes a look at the paradox that is Robben Island.
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Fieldsports Britain – Seven wild boar in a row

Fieldsports Britain - Seven wild boar in a row

Wild boar hunting – it’s a European obsession! We’re at IWA, the biggest gun trade show outside the USA, to see what’s going to be hitting the gunshops near you this year. There is kit for deerstalking (we go out after Chinese water deer with Zeiss’s new Victory HT scope), for foxshooting (we are out with Team Wild TV’s Ian Harford), for game shooting (the new Browning B725, the Krieghoff Parcours) and lots and lots of new knives (we talk to Sporting Rifle editor Peter Carr). There is also every kind of kit for boar hunting. It’s all on Fieldsports Britain this week. For the best hunting, shooting and fishing, visit www.youtube.com For the latest from Team Wild, go to www.youtube.com Click to like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com Or follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com And we will tell you about our weekly programme, up from 7pm UK time on Wednesdays

Get this DVD on ArmadaShop.com: bit.ly Download ‘Do You Dream?’ on iTunes: bit.ly Download the Music Videos on iTunes: bit.ly Listen to ‘Do You Dream?’ on Spotify: bit.ly Download on Beatport: bit.ly Download The Remixes on iTunes: bit.ly Download the Extended Versions on Beatport: bit.ly Follow us: www.facebook.com www.facebook.com www.twitter.com twitter.com armadamusic.com www.youtube.com There comes a time in every high calibre recording artist’s career when they reach the landmark of their first DVD release. For the 8th biggest DJ in the world, that time is now… After a 2-year production process, the start of summer 2010 saw Markus Schulz drop the curtain on his third artist album ‘Do You Dream?’ Equipped with 17 new productions, he took the critically acclaimed music on a world tour, personally introducing it to 100s of 1000s of clubbers around the globe. Through 18 countries, and over a 3-month period, a documentary team captured this journey. Their directive were simple: ‘shoot everything, miss nothing’… and that’s exactly what they did. The outcome of that lens odyssey is ‘Markus Schulz – Do You Dream? – The World Tour Documentary’ and it takes you, the viewer inside Markus’ professional life for the first time. Up close and at times personal, the camera captures his thoughts pre-gig in the ready-rooms, follows him through the anticipation of the backstage tunnels and up onto the stages of electronic dance music biggest, most celebrated events. Nature One

Dark Secrets African Safari Wild Life Serengeti Abn Andhrajyothy

Dark Secrets 3rd Nov 2011 Abn Andhrajyothy For many tourists, an African safari in the Serengeti is the major reason to come to Africa. Most of the nature documentaries are shot here, and the migration of the herds of wildebeest from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara is very famous. But there are more animals in the Serengeti, and everybody who has been camping between the wildlife here, has got some Serengeti stories to tell.