Tag: nature

Jan 5, 2015

How Whales Can Change an Entire Ecosystem

How Whales Can Change an Entire Ecosystem

George Monbiot explains how whales can change an entire ecosystem through a process known as a trophic cascade. Trophic cascades are ecological processes which start at the top of the food chain and tumble all the way down to the bottom. This video is a follow-up to the original segment on the impact of…

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Dec 18, 2014

Drone Captures Huge Pod of Humpbacks Feeding in Alaska

Drone Captures Huge Pod of Humpbacks Feeding in Alaska

A drone captures a large pod of Humpback Whales feeding in the pristine waters of Alaska. The aerial drone footage, captured by AkxPro, shows a seagull’s POV of the scene. The humpbacks are using a coordinated hunting technique known as ‘bubble net feeding’. They start by making incredibly high-pitched noises which drives the fish…

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Dec 14, 2014

Jaw-Dropping Compilation of Nature Timelapses in Ultra HD

Jaw-Dropping Compilation of Nature Timelapses in Ultra HD

WANDERMENT is the result of a 12-month collection of 4K time-lapse sequences captured by the artists at Upthink Lab, an award-winning production house dedicated to time-lapse cinematography. From meandering streams and forest-dwelling organisms to the grandeur of high mountains above tree-line, this short film wanders through the contrasting wilderness of Alaska, North Carolina, Georgia…

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Dec 10, 2014

Walking on a Frozen Lake with Extremely Clear Water

Walking on a Frozen Lake with Extremely Clear Water

Watch two hikers walk on a frozen mountain lake with extremely clear water somewhere in Slovakia’s High Tatras Mountains. The High Tatras are a mountain range along the border of northern Slovakia in the Prešov Region, and southern Poland in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship. The High Tatras features 17 peaks over 2,500 metres (8,200…

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Nov 26, 2014

Tiny Pufferfish Spends a Week Creating Art on the Ocean Floor to Attract a Mate

Tiny Pufferfish Spends a Week Creating Art on the Ocean Floor to Attract a Mate

Watch this tiny Japanese pufferfish creates a grand sand sculpture on the featureless seabed by using his fins to dig furrows. He uses this to attract the attention of passing females. According to the BBC, this mating ritual can take the pufferfish an entire week of around the clock work. The clip is from…

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Nov 20, 2014

Why Rivers Curve

Why Rivers Curve

Have you ever wondered why rivers curve instead of flow in a straight line? Learn why in this informative 2.5 minute video.

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Oct 25, 2014

The Most Beautiful Tour of Yosemite You Will See

The Most Beautiful Tour of Yosemite You Will See

A 200+ mile backpacking experience through Yosemite National Park captured by Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill. This project was filmed over the course of 10 months. Colin and Sheldon spent a combined 45 days in the park capturing the images in this video. To view the entire story, visit projectyose.com or facebook.com/projectyose Audio is…

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