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Video Polynesia Underwater Wildlife
Posted by: olibe - 06-12-2022, 05:38 PM - Forum: Wildlife Pictures and Videos Gallery - No Replies
Hello Everyone

French Polynesia is known as the largest shark santuary in the world,
probably the only place in the world where you can see 6 species of sharks in a single dive but also 

hundreds of different reef fish species, corals and pelagic, to sum up : an exceptional beauty both in terms of flora and fauna.
I had the chance to work several times there between 2017 and 2020. 
So here is the underwater video project i made out of it. 
Hope you will appreciate the richness of the underwater wildlife 

Enjoy your day 
Olive 

PS : I have to be honest with you and make it clear that filming animals is my job, both underwater and on land.




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  Mangheni Pride
Posted by: BA0701 - 06-05-2022, 11:09 PM - Forum: Lion - Replies (22)
Creating the thread again. Apologies to everyone affected by the deletion of the original.

This thread is for posting Mangheni Pride specific posts. This will include breakaway prides (until they've re-established themselves and received a name of their own, as well as nomadic males who have left the pride until they have met the same criteria.

Our hope is for these pride specific threads to become a central repository for information pertaining to specific prides, both historical and current, in the same vane as the coalition specific threads.
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  Mistakenly deleted a thread
Posted by: BA0701 - 06-05-2022, 01:31 AM - Forum: Lion - Replies (3)
All, while deleting another thread that had mistakenly been created by a user regarding the Mangheni Pride, I accidentally deleted the main pride thread. I am waiting to hear back on if it can be restored, but it is possible it cannot. I will let everyone know if it needs to be recreated or not. Though it was a new thread, there had already been quite a bit of effort put into it by many of you, so my apologies to anyone who is affected.
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  Tiger Safari India Tours
Posted by: naturesafari - 06-03-2022, 03:29 PM - Forum: Vacations and Holidays - No Replies
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  Concentration of melanistic jaguars in Brazil or Americas
Posted by: Sergio.Diniz - 05-28-2022, 03:00 AM - Forum: Jaguar - No Replies
Is there any region where there is a high concentration of melanistic jaguars?
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  Prides of the Masai Mara
Posted by: BA0701 - 05-25-2022, 08:42 PM - Forum: Lion - Replies (9)
This thread is for posting specific posts pertaining to prides from Masai Mara. This will include breakaway prides (until they've re-established themselves and received a name of their own, as well as nomadic males who have left the pride until they have met the same criteria.

Our hope is for these pride specific threads to become a central repository for information pertaining to specific prides, both historical and current, in the same vane as the coalition specific threads.
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  Talamati Pride
Posted by: BA0701 - 05-25-2022, 08:40 PM - Forum: Lion - Replies (91)
This thread is for posting Talamati Pride specific posts. This will include breakaway prides (until they've re-established themselves and received a name of their own, as well as nomadic males who have left the pride until they have met the same criteria.

Our hope is for these pride specific threads to become a central repository for information pertaining to specific prides, both historical and current, in the same vane as the coalition specific threads.
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  Nkuhuma Pride
Posted by: BA0701 - 05-25-2022, 08:39 PM - Forum: Lion - Replies (32)
This thread is for posting Nkuhuma Pride specific posts. This will include breakaway prides (until they've re-established themselves and received a name of their own, as well as nomadic males who have left the pride until they have met the same criteria.

Our hope is for these pride specific threads to become a central repository for information pertaining to specific prides, both historical and current, in the same vane as the coalition specific threads.
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  Kambula Pride
Posted by: BA0701 - 05-25-2022, 08:36 PM - Forum: Lion - Replies (28)
This thread is for posting Kambula Pride specific posts. This will include breakaway prides (until they've re-established themselves and received a name of their own, as well as nomadic males who have left the pride until they have met the same criteria.

Our hope is for these pride specific threads to become a central repository for information pertaining to specific prides, both historical and current, in the same vane as the coalition specific threads.
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  Othawa Pride
Posted by: BA0701 - 05-25-2022, 08:34 PM - Forum: Lion - Replies (30)
This thread is for posting Othawa Pride specific posts. This will include breakaway prides (until they've re-established themselves and received a name of their own, as well as nomadic males who have left the pride until they have met the same criteria.

Our hope is for these pride specific threads to become a central repository for information pertaining to specific prides, both historical and current, in the same vane as the coalition specific threads.
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