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Kilauea’s Toxic Fog Threatens Nearby Tourists
Elephant Saved After Maggot Infested Injury

Elephant Saved After Maggot Infested Injury

By Micah Moen 100 Comments December 5, 2019

COMM: Film producer Verity White and her crew were filming with the Uganda Conservation Foundation and the Uganda Wildlife Authority vet team when they came across this limping elephant. COMM: The young female elephant, thought to be in her twenties, had previously had a snare removed from her leg. But seeing her discomfort, they realised […]

The Importance of Seaweed | Ocean Vet | S01 E10 | Free Documentary Nature

The Importance of Seaweed | Ocean Vet | S01 E10 | Free Documentary Nature

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 5, 2019

This is Doctor Neil Burnie. He lives in Bermuda, a stunning Atlantic Island six hundred and forty miles east of North Carolina, USA.He’s spent the last thirty years practicing veterinary medicine, but now he’s transferring his veterinary skills to help save, protect, and learn more about the incredible marine life of Bermuda’s Ocean. This is […]

The Wildlife Warehouse: Where the U.S. Government Sends Illegal Animal Goods

The Wildlife Warehouse: Where the U.S. Government Sends Illegal Animal Goods

By Micah Moen 12 Comments December 5, 2019

[Music] I think initially, it’s very much a shock. I don’t think people realize the volume or the extent that wildlife and plants are used in trade. People will buy just about anything. We’ll have crocodile purses or alligator skin boots… traditional medicines, hunting trophies… If you can imagine it, it’s probably here in some […]

RED DEER – WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – behind the scenes vlog with wildlife photographer Morten Hilmer

RED DEER – WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – behind the scenes vlog with wildlife photographer Morten Hilmer

By Micah Moen 100 Comments December 5, 2019

It is red deer. Far away there’s red deer coming out. Oh, this is so fantastic. I’m here to photograph the red deer. And they are probably out there in the meadow. It’s a heavy beast. ♪♪ They are extremely shy. This one… Luckily it has been raining a lot, so everything is kind of […]

Wolf Pack Takes on a Polar Bear – Ep. 1 | Wildlife: The Big Freeze

Wolf Pack Takes on a Polar Bear – Ep. 1 | Wildlife: The Big Freeze

By Micah Moen 100 Comments December 5, 2019

– You can go days without food, traverse unimaginable distances, endure relentless blizzards. But if you’re a wolf on the edge of the Arctic, up against the biggest predator, there’s one thing you can’t do without… (dramatic music) The pack. (dramatic music) (wind blowing) At first glance, the Arctic feels brutally devoid of life, though […]

III.Tèrra de Lutz – Trees fall but the forest still grows

III.Tèrra de Lutz – Trees fall but the forest still grows

By Micah Moen 6 Comments December 4, 2019

I’ve long felt the drive to change my life To do a 180 degrees turn.. My sister also shared this desire We had left our jobs And I had left my apartment in Paris We thought “Let’s do it! We have nothing to lose” “let’s find properties where we could build this eco-community”. It brought […]

BLACKOUT – Episode 03 – The Forest

BLACKOUT – Episode 03 – The Forest

By Micah Moen 96 Comments December 3, 2019

Very few places remind us how little control we have in our world better than the woods. They managed to instill just enough doubt and mystery that we end up believing anything could be living out there. Occasionally one of these places will become consumed with rumour and fear and to enter these places is […]

Oceans 101 | National Geographic

Oceans 101 | National Geographic

By Micah Moen 47 Comments December 3, 2019

– Oceans cover over 70 percent of the Earth’s surface. They not only serve as the planet’s largest habitat, but also help to regulate the global climate. – The ocean is a continuous body of salt water that surrounds the continents. It is divided into four major regions: the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian and Arctic. The […]

How Millions of Microscopic Fibers Are Ending Up in Our Bodies | The Swim

How Millions of Microscopic Fibers Are Ending Up in Our Bodies | The Swim

By Micah Moen 100 Comments December 2, 2019

You may not be wearing an insulated wetsuit like Pacific swimmer Ben Lecomte, but part of the outfit you’re wearing right now is going to come in contact with the ocean eventually. The new invisible threat that they’re discovering is that microfiber from all our clothes ends up in the ocean, and now they’re finding […]