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Kevin Richardson Visits Lions In South Africa
The fifth of the HERO3+ Adventure Series. The GoPro production crew journeys to Africa to explore the danger and beauty of Kevin Richardson's passions for lions and their future. Shot 100% on the HD HERO3 camera from http://GoPro.com. For more information on Lion Conservation, please visit: http://www.lionwhisperer.co.za/ index.php/conservation/captivity Music Ancient Mariner "Child of Wrath" http://ancientmariner.bandcamp.com/ Typhoon "Summer Home" http://tndr.lv/ankoh Half Moon Run "Call Me In The Afternoon" http://www.halfmoonrun.com/ Insightful "A Horse's Soul" http://insightful.bandcamp.com/ SPECIAL THANKS DJI Phantom (http://www.dji.com/product/phantom/) Sail Video System (http://www.sailvideosystem.com)
Added: 4th December 2013
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The 41 Most Unexpected Cat Jumps Of All Time
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Added: 17th June 2014
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Cute Puppy Vs Lime
Cute Puppy vs. Lime. Ridiculously cute video of Penny the puppy battling a lime. It's clear Penny, a lemon beagle puppy, has learned some tricks from her famous brother, cute dog Maymo in the art of lime-extermination. Wait until the end to see Penny's derp-tongue. Watch Maymo teaching Penny how to play with a lime here: http://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=3DUL1D6hFWE
Added: 2nd April 2013
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Snoring Dormouse
Don't worry, he's okay! He's just sleeping. Dormice hibernate in the winter in nests that they make hidden away on the ground. In Britain the dormouse may spend up to 1/3 of its life in hibernation. Dormice usually enter hibernation at the time of the first frost, when nearly all food is gone. Dormice rely upon fat reserves gathered in the summer and autumn, and during hibernation they loose about a quarter of their body weight. Surrey Wildlife Trust Mammal Project Officer, Dave Williams, took this lovely footage of a dormouse in torpor (hibernation). Help them protect our endangered dormice and other wildlife by giving a donation Click here for links on bitly - http://bitly.com/unIzlp
Added: 27th January 2012
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