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The film was recorded in the Kangerlussuaq (Sondrestrom) region of Western Greenland. The area is known for its wildlife, including reindeer and a large population of musk oxen. The film was recorded in August, during the annual run of arctic chars, and includes unique underwater footage of the arctic chars in clear waters rivers. The footage was recorded with a Canon 5D Mark II using different EOS lenses (EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM, EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM, EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM, EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM) and a Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX DG Fisheye. A Cambo Artes video boom with a MPT-9 pan and tilt head was used for the boom shots. For the underwater shots an Aquatica 5D Mark II housing with a 9.25" Megadome port was used. Disclaimer: fishing after arctic char is prohibited in some ar...
Few have come to explore the mysteries and untapped resources of Greenland - and even fewer have succeeded. Learn more about the world's largest island in this exclusive video. Subscribe to Animal Planet: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=animalplanettv Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnimalPlanet Follow Animal Planet on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnimalPlanet
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The film was recorded in the Kangerlussuaq (Sondrestrom) region of Western Greenland. The area is known for its wildlife, including reindeer and a large population of musk oxen. The film was recorded in August, during the annual run of arctic chars, and includes unique aerial footage using multirotor technology and underwater footage of arctic chars in clear waters rivers. Disclaimer: fishing after arctic char is prohibited in some areas of Greenland. For details consult your travel agent or contact: Departementet for Indenrigsanliggender, Natur og Miljø Postboks 1614 3900 Nuuk Telefon: (+299) 34 50 00 Fax: (+299) 32 52 86 E-mail: email@example.com
A diver captured stunning video of the unique marine life that lives in the cold waters underneath the ice caps of Tasiilaq, Greenland. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Alexander Benedik plunged into 28° F (-2° C ) temperatures and encountered jellyfish, comb jellies, sea slugs, and other weird but wondrou...
This film was shot by Danish filmmaker Niels Vestergaard in July 2009 and published on DVD later that year. Though we have made some nice improvements in our camps over the years, the film still gives a good idea of what to expect when traveling to Greenland with GetAway Tours.
❂ Puisinnguaq una naggataatigut gummibådimut qaqinngujoorluni pingami ❂ Prøv at se denne nysgerrige og legesyge sæl, der var oppe og hilse på os flere gange. På et tidspunkt i denne video kradser den bunden af gummibåden ❂ A quite curious and playful seal by the end of the sailing season Desværre løb kameraet tør for batteri, da den var allermest kontaktsøgende og legede med gummibåden, platformen og lavede kunster med fenderne. Vi skyndte os at hente et andet kamera inde i båden og har kun still-billeder af det sidste. Den blev ved med at lege i et kvarter til 20 minutter - selv da vi startede motoren og sejlede videre. En perfekt afslutning på sejlsæsonen. Nuuk ❂ Greenland ❂ Late October 2011
Two men find a deep water Greenland Shark beached with something unusual caught in its mouth… ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe ➡ Watch all clips from Destination Wild here: http://bit.ly/DestinationWild About Nat Geo Wild: Welcome to a place so wild, anything can happen. Nat Geo Wild is the network all about animals from National Geographic, where every story is an adventure and your imagination is allowed to run wild. Get More Nat Geo Wild: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILD Facebook: http://bit.ly/NGWFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/NGWTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NGWInstagram Moose vs. Greenland Shark? | Blitzkrieg Sharks https://youtu.be/4360qg1hm1M Nat Geo Wild https://www.youtube.com/user/NatGeoWild
Welcome to Top10Archive! Our global travel now takes us to Iceland, the Nordic slice of paradise between the United Kingdom and Greenland. From its jaw-dropping landscape and wildlife, to the man who broke a 1000-year old record, for this North Atlantic country, we’re going to read the entire installment in Icelandic! Seriously guys? Ha.. ha.. really funny.. As if I wasn't going to have problems reading some of these names as it is... Incredible.. Support us by shopping on Amazon! http://tinyurl.com/njwyzzn 10. Famous Icelanders 9. Icelandic Innovations 8. Icelandic Wildlife 7. Icelandic Cuisine 6. Icelandic Tourist Attractions 5. The Mountain and the 1,000-Year-Old Record 4. The Icelandic Elf School 3. The Midnight Sun 2. A Very Merry Icelandic Christmas 1. Iceland vs. the Sex Industry ...
One of the world's largest and most elusive predatory sharks, the sixgill, suddenly appears in Seattle's waters. These creatures typically dwell in darkness several thousands of feet beneath the surface. Little is known about them. What would make them appear in the shallows of Puget Sound? And what does it say about our oceans? Researchers are hunting for answers. Written, directed and produced by Michael Werner
Join Wild Chronicles on a journey to the Arctic where wildlife filmmaker meets bowhead whale — one of nature's most long-lived mammals. Not much is known about this mysterious giant, but with a little help from National Geographic's Crittercam® the filmmaker gets a breathtaking glimpse into the whale's secret world. The revealing footage has helped researchers discover how these whales can survive centuries in their freezing habitat.
From greenland sharks, to the Mekong Giant Catfish that was bigger than a grizzly bear, these are 11 BIGGEST Fish Ever Caught ! A 15 foot greenland shark was reeled in by an angler in a kayak in 2014. Joel Abrahamsson said he trained to capture the massive creature by reeling in 60-pound concrete blocks from a local lake. Then he strapped himself into a harness attached to his fishing rod in the kayak. He struggled with the greenland shark for around 90 minutes before finally capturing the 200-year old animal … which was estimated to weigh more than 1,200 pounds! It’s considered an unofficial record due to kayak fishing records being loosely kept … and the use of estimated weights. The ancient shark was later returned to the water. A fisherman in Cambodia got a big surprise when ...
Greenland - Social Science lesson CBSE Class V by Soma Mukhopadhyay The first European who visited Greenland was an explorer called Eric, the Red. He gave the island its name. Greenland is a self-governing province of Denmark, and its capital is Nuuk, earlier known as Godthab. The Arctic Circle passes through the southern part of Greenland, thus most of this island lies in the Frigid Zone in the Northern Hemisphere. This region is also known as the Tundra region. 80% of Greenland is always covered with ice. Huge pieces of ice frequently break off and float in the sea. They are called icebergs and are a great danger to ships in the sea because when an iceberg floats on water, most of it remains under water. The south-western coast of Greenland is the warmest part of the country an...
Greenlanders have been harvesting an increased number of Atlantic salmon, and recently have allowed salmon to be factory processed and put an actual 35 tonne quota in place. Meetings of NASCO in the week of June 3 may be important in conserving the populations.
From the elusive cave dwelling salamander, to the invincible koi fish, these are 10 of the OLDEST living creatures ! Koi -- Well known to inhabit decorative ponds, Koi are a domesticated and ornamental variety of the common carp. Certain varieties of koi are thought to live between 100-200 years. A famous red koi named “Hanako” reportedly lived to be 225 years old. Tortoise -- Tortoises are known for their longevity … but did you know the oldest tortoise lived to the ripe old age of 250 years old! Well, there is some controversy about that… But the story goes that Adwaita was captured in the Seychelles Islands in the 1700s, and was donated to the Alipore Zoo in India in 1875, and lived there -- outliving his keepers -- until 2006. Greenland Shark -- They’re also known as the Grey S...
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The natural wonders of Greenland, Inuit culture, and Greenlandic wildlife are the focus and heart of this voyage. EXPLORE THE LAND OF FIRE AND ICE ABOARD OCEAN DIAMOND. During this fascinating Iceland and Greenland cruise trip you will discover the mysterious land of the world’s biggest island. Whales and seals accompany the ship while ox graze ashore. After crossing the Denmark Strait we are welcomed by Iceland’s West Coast and Reykjavik.