• Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient Egypt

    Everything has wonders... Please Subscribe!! The Sacred Animals of the Pharaohs (ANCIENT EGYPT HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) The animals of the Pharaohs were worshipped as sacred and immortalised in the stunning... Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient Egypt Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient... Sacred Egyptian Animals - Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient Egypt documentary national geographic history channel full documentary documentar... The Sacred Animals of the Pharaohs (ANCIENT EGYPT HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) The animals of the Pharaohs were worshipped as sacred and immortalised in the stunning. Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Importan Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Imp...

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  • And Then They Were Gone: Egypt’s Disappearing Wildlife

    Using fossils and depictions in ancient art, Justin Yeakel and his colleagues reconstructed the food web of larger-bodies mammals over the past 11,000 years in Egypt. As the climate became more arid and human population densities increased, the mammalian food web of Egypt lost its redundancy as more animals became locally extinct. Most notably, midsized herbivores—such as gazelles and antelope that link to the most carnivores—declined. Animals that are herbivores are outlined in green; carnivores are red. The food web today is much more unstable, meaning any one extinction could lead to more domino-effect extinctions, than the rich assemblage during the African Humid Period, where we begin. To keep this conceptual schematic elegant, we made a few simplifications: The order of the extin...

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  • The Sacred Animals of Egypt

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  • Egypt - The Gift of the Nile: Part 1

    This topic explains Egypt with regards to its physical features, climate, natural vegetation and wildlife, agriculture, minerals and industries, people, cities, trade and transport. This is a product of Mexus Education Pvt. Ltd., an education innovations company based in Mumbai, India. http://www.mexuseducation.com, http://www.ikenstore.in

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  • 9 STRANGE Discoveries from Ancient Egypt

    From the brutal training of ancient Egyptian Warriors to mummified dogs, these are 9 STRANGE Discoveries from Ancient Egypt ! 5. The Ancient Egyptians were famous for mummifying their dead, we all know that. But some evidence surfaced in 2014 that suggests they were practicing the art some 1,500 years earlier than previously believed … meaning mummification was practiced some 6,500 years ago! Traditional theories regarding ancient Egyptian mummification stated that the action of the hot, arid desert sands caused the bodies to dry naturally in the time period between 4,500 and 3,100 BC. But when researchers tested shrouds used to wrap bodies found at Mostagedda (mosta-jedda) and Baradi (bar-ah-dee), prehistoric burial grounds in the Nile Valley ... they discovered traces of embalming...

    published: 06 Oct 2016
  • Wildlife images from Egypt with Unique Expeditions

    Various photos of wildlife and people from Egypt taken on tour with Unique Expeditions

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  • Mysteries of Egypt || Full Documentary with subtitles

    Legendary actor Omar Sharif captivates audiences with Mysteries of Egypt, the first National Geographic film to appear in IMAX and other large-format theaters. In an engaging performance, Sharif returns to the screen as a grandfather enchanting his granddaughter and viewers of all ages with tales of the tombs and treasures of Egypt. Weaving the story of determination, discovery, and tragedy of the British archaeologists who discovered King Tut’s tomb, the film uncovers the amazing accomplishments of this ancient civilization in fascinating detail.

    published: 20 Nov 2015
  • 18 Animals Lost to Extinction

    The West Black African Rhino was hunted to extinction in 2011, and the last passenger pigeon died in 1914, check out these 18 Animals lost to Extinction. West Black African Rhino -- Weighing up to 2900 pounds (1300 kg), poachers hunted the animal for its horns which some cultures believe contain medicinal properties … although that has never been scientifically proven. The last West African Black Rhino was seen in 2006 in Cameroon. In 2011, it was declared officially extinct. Javan Tiger -- Native to the Indonesian island of Java, these cats resembled the Sumatran Tigers. They were once so numerous that locals considered them pests. That was in the 1800s. By the 1950s, only 20 of these animals survived. Encroachment on its habitat and agricultural development diminished the Javan...

    published: 07 Jul 2016
  • Wildlife images from Egypt taken with Unique Expeditions

    Various images of wildlife and people taken on tours in Egypt with Unique Expeditions

    published: 26 Aug 2011
  • GYM WILDLIFE

    The Gym. Millions of homo sapiens frequent this urban wilderness. Today we will take a look into this strange place and show you the gym like you've never seen it before. GEARMARK: http://www.youtube.com/gearmarktv PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/buffdudes OBVS - http://www.youtube.com/OBVStation FIGHT TIPS - http://www.youtube.com/fighttips BRAD GOUTHRO: http://www.youtube.com/bradgouthrofitness VOICEOVER: http://www.youtube.com/wealthypastryprod Special thanks to our Patreon supporter Yousuf Fayyaz! BUFF DUDES T-SHIRTS - http://www.buffdudes.us/collections/all Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/buffdudes Instagram: http://instagram.com/buffdudes Twitter: http://twitter.com/buffdudes Blog: http://www.buffdudes.us Buff Dudes / Entertainment / Gym Wildlife Music in this video is used...

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  • Animals on the wetlands of the Nile - BBC

    A remarkable insight of the animals inhabiting the wetlands of the Nile from the famous BBC series. Visit http://www.bbcearth.com for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos and watch more high quality videos on the new BBC Earth YouTube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/bbcearth

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  • World Wildlife Day Egypt 2017 - Raptors Club Falconry

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  • Desert Fox Hunts A Lesser Jerboa - Wild Arabia - BBC

    A lesser jerboa needs a secret weapon or two to get away from this desert fox... Taken from Wild Arabia. Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BBCEarth BBC Earth YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCEarth BBC Earth Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bbcearth (ex-UK only) BBC Earth Twitter http://www.twitter.com/bbcearth Visit http://www.bbc.com/earth/world for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes.

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  • World Wildlife Day Egypt 2017

    World WildLife Day 2017 - Egypt The treasures of the Red Sea all copyright for Youth Love Egypt Foundation Forsterite A stone with distinguished glow, used to name a Red Sea Island " St. John's Island ( Zabargad/ Forsterite Island)". Certainly we are not the first ones to explore this island as the pharoses have explored it long time ago and discovered this precious stone. احتفالاً باليوم العالمي للحياة البرية فيلم كنوز البحر الأحمر تقع جزيرة الزبرجد أقصى جنوب البحر الأحمر وهي من أهم الجزر في التنوع البيولوجي من حيث قيام السلاحف الخضراء بالتعشيش عليها في فصل الصيف ويتولى فريق من باحثين محميات البحر الأحمر أعمال الرصد لهذه السلاحف كما يقوم فريق الباحثين بتوثيق الشعاب المرجانية والأسماك خالص الشكر والتقدير الي قطاع محميات البحر الأحمر وفريق عمل رحلة الزبرجد ( وشكر خاص الي الدكتور أحمد ش...

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  • Sea cow - Dugong - Egypt - Respect Wildlife - Through My Eyes

    Als es uns nach einigen vergeblichen Jahren endlich gelang eines der letzten verbliebenen ägyptischen Dugongs in einer Bucht nahe Marsa Alam vor die Kamera zu bekommen, waren wir entsetzt über den Andrang an Tauchern und Schnorchlern der dort herrschte. Völlig unreglementiert wurde, bzw. werden dort die Menschenmassen auf die letzten sieben Seekühe losgelassen. Der Mangel an Respekt vor diesen so gut wie ausgestorbenen Tieren inspirierte uns zu unserem FilmThrough My Eyes“, der den Zuschauer, so hoffen wir, die Dinge aus der Sichtweise eines Dugongs näher bringt. --- After trying in vain for several years to get one of the last existing Egyptian Dugongs in front of our lenses we finally succeeded in a bay close to Marsa Alam. But we were shocked to see how many divers and snorkelers we...

    published: 09 Apr 2015
Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient Egypt

Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient Egypt

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Everything has wonders... Please Subscribe!! The Sacred Animals of the Pharaohs (ANCIENT EGYPT HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) The animals of the Pharaohs were worshipped as sacred and immortalised in the stunning... Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient Egypt Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient... Sacred Egyptian Animals - Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient Egypt documentary national geographic history channel full documentary documentar... The Sacred Animals of the Pharaohs (ANCIENT EGYPT HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) The animals of the Pharaohs were worshipped as sacred and immortalised in the stunning. Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Importan Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient Egypt Sacred Egyptian Animals : Documentary on the Important Creatures of Ancient Egypt
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And Then They Were Gone: Egypt’s Disappearing Wildlife

And Then They Were Gone: Egypt’s Disappearing Wildlife

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Using fossils and depictions in ancient art, Justin Yeakel and his colleagues reconstructed the food web of larger-bodies mammals over the past 11,000 years in Egypt. As the climate became more arid and human population densities increased, the mammalian food web of Egypt lost its redundancy as more animals became locally extinct. Most notably, midsized herbivores—such as gazelles and antelope that link to the most carnivores—declined. Animals that are herbivores are outlined in green; carnivores are red. The food web today is much more unstable, meaning any one extinction could lead to more domino-effect extinctions, than the rich assemblage during the African Humid Period, where we begin. To keep this conceptual schematic elegant, we made a few simplifications: The order of the extinctions is not exact, though the assemblages shown at the three time steps is correct, and a few of the species present at some point over the time frame covered were left out due to limited space. The article can be purchased and read at: bit.ly/1y8gz0L. American Scientist is the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and is your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913! Visit our website at http://www.americanscientist.org. © 2015 Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
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The Sacred Animals of Egypt

The Sacred Animals of Egypt

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Lake Nasser Wildlife

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Egypt - The Gift of the Nile: Part 1

Egypt - The Gift of the Nile: Part 1

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This topic explains Egypt with regards to its physical features, climate, natural vegetation and wildlife, agriculture, minerals and industries, people, cities, trade and transport. This is a product of Mexus Education Pvt. Ltd., an education innovations company based in Mumbai, India. http://www.mexuseducation.com, http://www.ikenstore.in
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9 STRANGE Discoveries from Ancient Egypt

9 STRANGE Discoveries from Ancient Egypt

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From the brutal training of ancient Egyptian Warriors to mummified dogs, these are 9 STRANGE Discoveries from Ancient Egypt ! 5. The Ancient Egyptians were famous for mummifying their dead, we all know that. But some evidence surfaced in 2014 that suggests they were practicing the art some 1,500 years earlier than previously believed … meaning mummification was practiced some 6,500 years ago! Traditional theories regarding ancient Egyptian mummification stated that the action of the hot, arid desert sands caused the bodies to dry naturally in the time period between 4,500 and 3,100 BC. But when researchers tested shrouds used to wrap bodies found at Mostagedda (mosta-jedda) and Baradi (bar-ah-dee), prehistoric burial grounds in the Nile Valley ... they discovered traces of embalming agents that included a pine resin, animal fats, plant extracts, and natural petroleum … Ingredients found in a similar recipe used for the mummification of Pharaohs some 3,000 years later! Interestingly, the textile sample was originally collected in the 1930s and is held in England’s Bolton Museum. 4. Pyramid Paradoxes -- Exactly how the pyramids were built is a mystery that has stood the test of time. Now, researchers are hoping to solve that pyramid paradox with the help of cosmic rays! Earlier in 2016 an archaeological research project called ‘Scan Pyramids’ was launched. The project will use 3D scans, infrared thermography, and cosmic ray detectors to examine four famed pyramids, including the Great Pyramid of Giza, the tallest of the monuments. Researchers from Egypt, France, Canada and Japan also plan on using the non-invasive technology to examine King Tut’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor (lucks-ur) …The researchers are also on the lookout for Queen Nefertiti's (nefer-tee-tee) burial site. High resolution pictures previously taken of the boy-king’s tomb indicated there might be hidden chambers there, leading to theories that Queen Nefertiti’s tomb might be located there … But radar scans later conducted by the National Geographic Society indicated that no hidden chambers were located there. 3. Tattoo You -- Seems those ancient Egyptians were ahead of their time in certain ways. If you thought tattoos were something that started in the modern age, consider this … Archaeologists discovered a 3,000 year old Egyptian mummy adorned with ornate tattoos! The preserved body of the woman was found in an ancient village called Deir-el-Medina (dare-el-med-eena), located close to the Valley of the Kings. Although the recovered remains are only comprised of a torso, over 30 distinctive tattoos were detected. Tattoos depicting cows, baboons, lotus blossoms and ‘wadjet eyes ‘ … or, ancient symbols of power were stretched across the arms, hips, and neck …. While Tattoos have been found on Egyptian mummies, they’re usually patterns of dots and dashes. These are the first tattoos found that depict actual creatures and objects. While 3,000 year old tattoos are impressive, but they’re not the oldest ever discovered. That honor goes to Otzi (ut-zee), a natural mummy found in the Austrian Alps in 1991. That iceman had 61 tattoos and is thought to have died around 3250 BC. 2. Ancient Pests -- Modern day dogs are often plagued with parasites… Apparently this isn’t a new problem for canines. Turns out that tiny parasites like the louse fly and common brown tick were pestering pooches ages ago in Egypt as well. During expeditions in 2010 and 2011, archaeologists discovered hundreds of mummified dogs at the excavation site of El Deir (el dare). Evidence of the parasites was found in the coat and right ear of a mummified puppy … and is thought that diseases carries by the pests may have led to the pup’s death. The presence of bloodsucking parasites was suspected in ancient times … but this is the first time that the facts have been proven archaeologically. Dogs were commonly mummified by Ancient Egyptians, and often used as offerings to the gods Anubis (ah-nu-biss) and Wepwawet (wep-ah-wet). Experts think information gained from the site will reveal more about how parasites and human and animal evolution are connected. 1. Millions of Mummies -- More than 1,700 mummies have been excavated at an ancient cemetery in Faiyum (fay-umm) , Egypt since its discovery 30 years ago. While that’s a massive amount of mummies, it may only be the beginning … some experts speculate there could be over a million human bodies contained in the cemetery. Others feel that’s an inflated number. The desert necropolis does cover more than 300 acres and is thought to be around 1,500 years old. Bodies have been found buried up to 75 feet deep in shafts cut into limestone rock. Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife
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Wildlife images from Egypt with Unique Expeditions

Wildlife images from Egypt with Unique Expeditions

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Various photos of wildlife and people from Egypt taken on tour with Unique Expeditions
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Mysteries of Egypt || Full Documentary with subtitles

Mysteries of Egypt || Full Documentary with subtitles

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Legendary actor Omar Sharif captivates audiences with Mysteries of Egypt, the first National Geographic film to appear in IMAX and other large-format theaters. In an engaging performance, Sharif returns to the screen as a grandfather enchanting his granddaughter and viewers of all ages with tales of the tombs and treasures of Egypt. Weaving the story of determination, discovery, and tragedy of the British archaeologists who discovered King Tut’s tomb, the film uncovers the amazing accomplishments of this ancient civilization in fascinating detail.
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18 Animals Lost to Extinction

18 Animals Lost to Extinction

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The West Black African Rhino was hunted to extinction in 2011, and the last passenger pigeon died in 1914, check out these 18 Animals lost to Extinction. West Black African Rhino -- Weighing up to 2900 pounds (1300 kg), poachers hunted the animal for its horns which some cultures believe contain medicinal properties … although that has never been scientifically proven. The last West African Black Rhino was seen in 2006 in Cameroon. In 2011, it was declared officially extinct. Javan Tiger -- Native to the Indonesian island of Java, these cats resembled the Sumatran Tigers. They were once so numerous that locals considered them pests. That was in the 1800s. By the 1950s, only 20 of these animals survived. Encroachment on its habitat and agricultural development diminished the Javan Tiger’s numbers. Round Island Burrowing Boa -- It was once found burrowing on Round Island, off the coast of Mauritius (mar-rish-us) … you may recall that the Dodo also hailed from there, too. This snake was also found on other islands in the region. As its population dwindled, it could only be found on Round Island after 1949. Non-native species of goats and rabbits destroyed vegetation after being introduced to the island, eradicating the boa’s habitat. The snake was last seen in 1975. Po-ouli (pow-ooley) -- Also known as a Black-Faced Honeycreeper, this animal native to Maui was discovered in the 1970s. But by 1997 only 3 known survivors remained. Efforts were made to mate the remaining birds, but those efforts failed. By 2004 the specially was formally declared extinct. What happened? Disease, predators and loss of habitat are blamed as reasons for the bird’s extinction. Quagga (kwa-gaa) -- This animal was native to South Africa. As you might have guessed, they were actually a subspecies of the common plains zebra. Hunters coveted the animal for its brownish, partly striped hide which inspired some to call it a ‘horse tiger’. Hunting, along with competition from livestock for grazing land, led to the Quagga’s demise. The last of its kind died in the Amsterdam Zoo in 1883. Tecopa (tek-cope-ah) Pupfish -- A fish living in the desert? The Tecopa Pupfish called the Mojave Desert its home, and was known to survive in water temperatures up to 108 (42c) degrees fahrenheit. But the animal’s habitat was spoiled after development in the mid-20th century and the Pupfish was extinct by 1970. http://www.petermaas.nl/extinct/speciesinfo/tecopapupfish.htm Madeiran (mad-aaron) Large White Butterfly -- This beautiful butterfly was native to the Laurisilva (lora silva) forest valleys on Portugal's Madeira (mad-day-ra) Islands. Pollution from agricultural fertilizers and construction leading to loss of habitat are major reasons for the species’ eradication. The Large White Butterfly, a close relative is still commonly found across Africa, Asia and Europe. Bubal (bew-bal) Hartebeest -- Also known as the Bubal Antelope, Ancient Egyptians once used this animal for sacrificial purposes. It called North Africa home and was a common sight there. But European hunters steadily wiped out these beasts for sport and food. The last Bubal Hartebeest was a female and died in 1923 at the Paris Zoo. You can see her picture here. Caribbean Monk Seal -- These seals had been aggressively hunted for their meat, fur and oil. It started with European explorers in the late 15th century, and the tradition was later continued by whalers and fishermen. The seals’ traditional habitats in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea were ravaged by coastal development and fishing operations, which also hastened their demise. The Caribbean Monk Seal was last seen in the early 1950s and declared extinct in 2008. Pyrenean (peer-un-eon) Ibex -- The Ibex (or ee-bex) was once found throughout the Spanish, French and Andorran (and-door-un) Pyrenees (peer-un-nees). The population was decimated by hunting and the species went extinct in 2000. But in 2009, scientists used DNA from preserved skin samples and actually cloned a female Pyrenean Ibex! Unfortunately, the clone died from lung defects shortly after birth. What are some extinct animal species you’d like to see brought back to life? Leave a comment below! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife
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Wildlife images from Egypt taken with Unique Expeditions

Wildlife images from Egypt taken with Unique Expeditions

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Various images of wildlife and people taken on tours in Egypt with Unique Expeditions
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GYM WILDLIFE

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The Gym. Millions of homo sapiens frequent this urban wilderness. Today we will take a look into this strange place and show you the gym like you've never seen it before. GEARMARK: http://www.youtube.com/gearmarktv PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/buffdudes OBVS - http://www.youtube.com/OBVStation FIGHT TIPS - http://www.youtube.com/fighttips BRAD GOUTHRO: http://www.youtube.com/bradgouthrofitness VOICEOVER: http://www.youtube.com/wealthypastryprod Special thanks to our Patreon supporter Yousuf Fayyaz! BUFF DUDES T-SHIRTS - http://www.buffdudes.us/collections/all Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/buffdudes Instagram: http://instagram.com/buffdudes Twitter: http://twitter.com/buffdudes Blog: http://www.buffdudes.us Buff Dudes / Entertainment / Gym Wildlife Music in this video is used under license from the rights holder.
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Animals on the wetlands of the Nile - BBC

Animals on the wetlands of the Nile - BBC

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A remarkable insight of the animals inhabiting the wetlands of the Nile from the famous BBC series. Visit http://www.bbcearth.com for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos and watch more high quality videos on the new BBC Earth YouTube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/bbcearth
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World Wildlife Day Egypt 2017 - Raptors Club Falconry

World Wildlife Day Egypt 2017 - Raptors Club Falconry

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Desert Fox Hunts A Lesser Jerboa - Wild Arabia - BBC

Desert Fox Hunts A Lesser Jerboa - Wild Arabia - BBC

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A lesser jerboa needs a secret weapon or two to get away from this desert fox... Taken from Wild Arabia. Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BBCEarth BBC Earth YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCEarth BBC Earth Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bbcearth (ex-UK only) BBC Earth Twitter http://www.twitter.com/bbcearth Visit http://www.bbc.com/earth/world for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes.
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World Wildlife Day Egypt 2017

World Wildlife Day Egypt 2017

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World WildLife Day 2017 - Egypt The treasures of the Red Sea all copyright for Youth Love Egypt Foundation Forsterite A stone with distinguished glow, used to name a Red Sea Island " St. John's Island ( Zabargad/ Forsterite Island)". Certainly we are not the first ones to explore this island as the pharoses have explored it long time ago and discovered this precious stone. احتفالاً باليوم العالمي للحياة البرية فيلم كنوز البحر الأحمر تقع جزيرة الزبرجد أقصى جنوب البحر الأحمر وهي من أهم الجزر في التنوع البيولوجي من حيث قيام السلاحف الخضراء بالتعشيش عليها في فصل الصيف ويتولى فريق من باحثين محميات البحر الأحمر أعمال الرصد لهذه السلاحف كما يقوم فريق الباحثين بتوثيق الشعاب المرجانية والأسماك خالص الشكر والتقدير الي قطاع محميات البحر الأحمر وفريق عمل رحلة الزبرجد ( وشكر خاص الي الدكتور أحمد شوقي باحث بيئي بمحمية وادي الجمال علي دعم المؤسسة ببعض الفيديوهات الرائعة بهذا الفيلم ) #مؤسسة_شباب_بتحب_مصر
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Sea cow - Dugong - Egypt - Respect Wildlife - Through My Eyes

Sea cow - Dugong - Egypt - Respect Wildlife - Through My Eyes

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Als es uns nach einigen vergeblichen Jahren endlich gelang eines der letzten verbliebenen ägyptischen Dugongs in einer Bucht nahe Marsa Alam vor die Kamera zu bekommen, waren wir entsetzt über den Andrang an Tauchern und Schnorchlern der dort herrschte. Völlig unreglementiert wurde, bzw. werden dort die Menschenmassen auf die letzten sieben Seekühe losgelassen. Der Mangel an Respekt vor diesen so gut wie ausgestorbenen Tieren inspirierte uns zu unserem FilmThrough My Eyes“, der den Zuschauer, so hoffen wir, die Dinge aus der Sichtweise eines Dugongs näher bringt. --- After trying in vain for several years to get one of the last existing Egyptian Dugongs in front of our lenses we finally succeeded in a bay close to Marsa Alam. But we were shocked to see how many divers and snorkelers were gathering around the sea cow. Without any regulation the crowd is released on the last seven Dugongs in Egypt. The lack of respect for those almost extinct animals gave us the idea to our movie “Through My Eyes”. Hopefully it can show the audience the situation from a sea cow’s view. Website: www.bluewavefilms.de Facebook: www.facebook.com/bluewavefilms.de Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/102326693522937038707/102326693522937038707/posts Twitter: https://twitter.com/Bluewavefilms_ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/bluewavefilm Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user2043396
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