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Tuna Fishing In The South Pacific
Watch Tuna Fishing In The South Pacific. The South Pacific is still relatively healthy and teeming with fish, but it is a fragile paradise. International fishing fleets are taking a serious toll on the sharks, albatross and tuna, and there are other insidious threats to these bountiful seas. This BBC episode looks at what is being done to preserve the ocean and its wildlife.
Added: 5th April 2011
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Highwire Fishing
More about this programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/humanplanet During monsoon season the Mekong swells to 20 times its normal volume, which brings more fish to the Khone Falls but makes them much harder to catch. Sam Niang, a local fisherman, came up with a plan to get to the best fishing perch. He built a tightrope across the rapids out of old cable and bits of rope.
Added: 17th March 2011
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84 Yr Old Veteran Sniper Shows Boys How Its Done
Watch 84 Yr Old Veteran Sniper Shows Boys How Its Done Impossible Shots with Ted Gundy and Gibbs 1903A4 sniper rifle.
Added: 14th March 2011
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Vintage Road Sign Paintings
Take a trip down memory lane with a nostalgic art collection of old road signs. On display at Bennie's Attic, 113 Oak St., Sweetwater, TX 795556. Phone # - 325-320-5364.
Added: 9th March 2011
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7 Billion: Are You Typical
Watch 7 Billion: Are You Typical See photos and read more about 7 Billion: http://bit.ly/hhYz3m and check out our first video about 7 Billion: http://bit.ly/frFeSq. National Geographic magazine continues a yearlong series examining the specific challenges and solutions we face as the worldwide population reaches 7 billion people in 2011 with a March story looking at humans' massive impact on the planet (http://bit.ly/if9gey). Also in the March issue is "The Surprising Face of Seven Billion," a poster showing a composite face of the world's most typical person. Other stories will follow throughout 2011. To encourage discussion around the issue of population, National Geographic and the Aspen Institute are organizing the Aspen Environment Forum from May 30 - June 3, 2011. For more information, go to http://bit.ly/gArYSu or follow on twitter at #AEF2011. Video by National Geographic Digital Studio Music by Chris Beaty, http://www.sonicbloom.tv Editor's Note: A graphic in this video has been updated from a previous version.
Added: 4th March 2011
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