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Secret Brazil: Jaguar, the king of the Pantanal | Animal documentary - Part 1/2

Pantanal is the largest wetland on the planet. Located in the heart of Brazil - South of the Amazon Basin - this nature heaven spreads it’s area across the borders of Paraguay and Bolivia. Year after year the arrival of heavy rains brings an incredible metamorphosis to this land, transforming it in an astonishing underwater realm inhabited by a surprising array of aquatic creatures. Lawrence Wahba and Haroldo Palo Jr, two Brazilian wild life cinematographers embark on a journey to film how these creatures survive the challenge of living in an ever-changing environment that dries every year and the dramatic milestones of their lives.

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Life in the Pantanal – the Planet’s largest wetland – is ruled by a merciless cycle of inundation and desiccation, forcing the animals to adapt to constant changes in their habitat. Dive deep into the heart of the Pantanal with renowned wildlife filmmakers Haroldo Palo Jr. and Lawrence Wahba to experience this cycle over one whole year living alongside the Jabiru, the Jaguar and the Caiman. Discover the secrets of the wild through the Air, on Earth and in the Water in one of the richest natural sanctuaries.

Original title: Underwater jewels of Pantanal
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Brazil's Best Kept Secret: The Pantanal - Full Documentary

Leading the viewer into little-known territory on the traces of some truly fascinating animals, this film pays homage to an area of untamed wildlife, where nature has been preserved. Situated in south-west Brazil, the Pantanal basin is the largest area of wetland in the world. Flooded six months of the year, this very particular ecosystem is home to a biodiversity as rich as it is prolific. And in this kingdom, it is the jaguar that reigns supreme. In this full documenary stunning footage of the dance of the giant otter, the Cayman’s hunt, the flight of the egrets, and the playful trickery of the tufted capuchin monkey is sure to create moments of sheer, unforgettable emotion.

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Cheetahs: Fastest Hunters in Africa | Free Documentary Nature

If cheetahs were race cars - definitely Formula One. Cheetahs are the high-speed hunters of the Savannah. Even though they’re super speedy, and there are few animals they can’t catch, cheetahs rarely attempt to take on larger prey than gazelles or smallish antelopes. But on occasion, the predatory cats reveal a surprisingly different side. In the Northern Serengeti, a group of male cheetahs was discovered and turned all we know about them upside down. Males are usually loners or live in small groups, but here we have five male cats hunting together as one. It is actually the largest alliance of cheetahs ever seen. This film has many stories to tell about the fastest cats in the wild.
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The subtle nuances and hidden majesty of the natural world are revealed by using modern technology to manipulate time, light and size to analyze the speed of life.

List of fastest animals (Top 10)
10. Brown Hare
The Brown Hare’s long back legs enable them to reach speeds of 77kph (48mph), the same speed as their predator the red fox.
9. Blue Wildebeest
The Blue Wildebeest, Springbok and Thompson’s gazelle can all run at about 80kph (50mph) which almost exactly matches the top speed of a lion.
8. Marlin
Marlin can swim at 80kph (50mph), just beaten for the title of the world’s fastest fish by the super speedy Sail Fish.
7. Pronghorn Antelope
The Pronghorn antelope is the second fasted land animal and at 98kph (60mph) can out-sprint predators.
6. Sail Fish
The sail fish is easily the world’s fastest fish, speeding through the water at 110kph (68mph)!
5. Cheetah
The cheetah is skilled at running down fast prey and can reach a top speed of 113kph (70mph).  That’s three times faster than the top running speed for a human which is about 36kph (22mph)! Cheetahs have a skill that no other big cat has, find out what that is in our Animal A-Z section.
4. Spur-Winged Goose
The Spur-Winged Goose is the world’s largest goose and can fly at 142kph (88mph).
3. Frigate Bird
The frigate bird’s speed of 153kph(95mph) is helped by having the largest wingspan to body weight ratio of any bird. They are able to stay aloft for more than a week at a time!
2. White Throated Needletail
The White Throated Needletail (also known as the Spine Tailed Swift) is the fastest bird in powered flight, with a top recorded speed of 171kph/106mph!
1. Peregrine Falcon
The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest bird, and in fact the fastest animal on the planet, when in its hunting dive, the stoop, in which it soars to a great height, then dives steeply at speeds of over 322kph (200mph). It reaches horizontal cruising speeds of up to 90 kph (56mph). Find out more fascinating information on Peregrine Falcons in our Animals A-Z section. 

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Wildlife Laws: Only the Fastest Will Survive | Free Documentary Nature

In a land of dangers, plant-eating animals are always at risk, and never more so than at the time of their birth; out on the open they are vulnerable and there are few places to hide. But luckily some are born to run…
Out on the African plains life can get off to a shaky start. Millions of baby wildebeests, zebras and antelopes are born at the same time. All of them must struggle to their feet in minutes. They must master their legs and be ready to run with the herd. If they don't they will be picked off by predators like lions, cheetahs, or crocodiles.
Whatever their role in life, little ones will face one challenge after another, whether it's trying to keep up with the herd during migration, getting stuck in the mud during a drought, being separated from its mother, panicking in bad weather, or even coming face to face with a predator.
The point will come in every young animal's life when the skills it learned will be put to good use. One of the most powerful wake-up calls to the harsh reality of nature comes to a young wildebeest during its migration. A dramatic river crossing, where there are more than just fast currents and steep banks to deal with - a river teaming with crocodiles. One by one his herd mates are picked off by the great reptiles, but when his time comes he proves he was born to run!

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Secret Brazil: amazing aquatic wildlife | Animal documentary - Part 2/2

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Pantanal, the largest wetland on the planet has a richness of life with very special characteristics. During a whole year of extreme different seasons a group of the most interesting land creatures will be portrayed with its unique challenges to survive. Lawrence Wahba and Haroldo Palo Jr. two Brazilian cinematographers will film how the ever-changing water cycle overcomes them. The differences between the time of plenty and when food is scarcer, what presses them to the limit and in what conditions, the highs and lows that shape the individual story lines giving the audience a satisfying experience of this incredible place over a year of seasons.

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Life in the Pantanal – the Planet’s largest wetland – is ruled by a merciless cycle of inundation and desiccation, forcing the animals to adapt to constant changes in their habitat. Dive deep into the heart of the Pantanal with renowned wildlife filmmakers Haroldo Palo Jr. and Lawrence Wahba to experience this cycle over one whole year living alongside the Jabiru, the Jaguar and the Caiman. Discover the secrets of the wild through the Air, on Earth and in the Water in one of the richest natural sanctuaries.

Original title: Jewels of Pantanal
© 2012, Licensed by TERRANOA

This episode is part of the series Secret Brazil - Wild Pantanal

Secret Brazil: Wild Pantanal [National Geographic Documentary HD 2017]

Secret Brazil: Wild Pantanal [National Geographic Documentary HD 2017]
world in the heart of South America, a violent Paradise where searing drought and devastating flood shape the lives of exotic creatures battling to survive. Roughly the size of Florida, Brazil's Pantanal wetland looks idyllic, but life here is harsh. In the first of three programs, as the annual floodwaters drain away, the wars of jaguar and caiman play out on a stage set by the most extreme elements on Earth. The second show reveals caiman, anacondas and giant river otters spreading far and wide in the floods. In the concluding program the filmmakers share their own secrets, including how they captured jaguars as never seen before.

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यहां जाने से भारत सरकार भी डरती है! | Snake Island of Brazil in hindi

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Off the shore of Brazil, almost 93 miles away from downtown São Paulo, is Ilha da Queimada Grande, also known as “Snake Island.” The island is untouched by human developers for a very good reason. Researchers estimate that on the island live between one and five snakes per square meter. The snakes live on the many migratory birds (enough to keep the snake density remarkably high) that use the island as a resting point.

“Between one and five snakes per square meter” might not be so terrible if the snakes were, say, two inches long and nonvenomous. The snakes on Queimada Grande, however, are a unique species of pit viper, the golden lancehead. The lancehead genus of snakes is responsible for 90 percent of Brazilian snakebite-related fatalities. The golden lanceheads that occupy Snake Island grow to well over half a meter long, and they possess a powerful fast-acting venom that melts the flesh around their bites.

The potent venom of this species evolved due to the need for the snake to quickly incapacitate and kill seabirds that land on the island’s trees before they are able to fly away. On an island ecosystem occupied by hundreds of competitors, the deadly venom of the golden lancehead maximizes its potential to feed and survive. Golden lanceheads are so dangerous that, with the exception of some scientific outfits, the Brazilian Navy has expressly forbidden anyone from landing on the island.

Locals in the coastal towns near Queimada Grande love to recount two grisly tales of death on Snake Island. In one, a fisherman unwittingly wanders onto the island to pick bananas. Naturally, he is bitten. He manages to return to his boat, where he promptly succumbs to the snake’s venom. He is found sometime later on the boat deck in a great pool of blood.

The other story is of the final lighthouse operator and his family. One night, a handful of snakes enter through a window and attack the man, his wife, and their three children. In a desperate gambit to escape, they flee towards their boat, but they are bitten by snakes on branches overhead.

Marcelo Duarte, a biologist who has visited Snake Island over 20 times, says that the locals’ claim of one to five snakes per square meter is an exaggeration, though perhaps not by much. One snake per square meter is more like it. Not that that should ease one’s mind: At one snake per meter, you’re never more than three feet away from death.

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Presently, reaching the island legally requires the cooperation of the Brazilian Navy. A particularly daring tourist could hypothetically travel to Peruíbe or Itanhaém (approx. 1.5-2.5 hours from downtown São Paulo) and convince a local with a boat to approach the island, but doing so is dangerous and illegal.

A safer bet is to try to see snakes in mainland Brazil, in captivity. To do this you have three options: Golden lanceheads can legally be seen at the Butantã Institute in São Paulo in the Serpentarium if one asks politely. Alternatively, you could head to the São Paulo zoo where in the snake house you will find an enclosure that contains five adult lanceheads. Your final option is to head to the Zoológico Municipal Quinzinho de Barros in Sorocaba city, state of Sao Paulo, where you can see a very special golden lancehead snake that lives happily in the reptile house.

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Deep Jungle is a three-part miniseries that originally aired on PBS on consecutive Sundays from April 17 to May 1, 2005. The miniseries is a part of the twenty-third season of the natural history documentary series Nature. Deep Jungle follows scientists and filmmakers as they use the latest technology to explore the jungles of fourteen countries around the world.
The series was generally well received. Anita Gates at The New York Times said the bird that moonwalks as part of its mating dance is pretty amazing, and the story about Charles Darwin and the moth is just as satisfying. Overall, Gates described it as a great-looking three-part Nature series.[1] The Atlanta Journal-Constitution stated The joy these scientists take in their work is infectious.[2] Fred Kaufman, executive producer for Nature said that the miniseries was a big success and we were looking to spin-off stories/people from it.[3] As a result, the Nature episode True Adventures of the Ultimate Spider-Hunter was created with arachnologist Martin Nicholas who appeared in Deep Jungle: Monsters of the Forest

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