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Surviving the Rain Season in the Amazon


Surviving the Rain Season in the Amazon

Surviving the Rain Season in the Amazon (Until the Dolphins Return) is a documentary about the Ashaninka people striving to survive the rain season in Amazon forest. The film shows the life in the Amazon as it really is without fabricating the story and making it overdramatic. The director Boris Segota lived in the Amazon for five years. Editor and original music score: Igor Knizek. Producers: Boris Segota and Ivan Ostojic

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The Luangwa Valley in Zambia is one of Africa’s last great wildernesses. A rich mosaic of ebony forests and grassy plains, it’s home to a vast array of colourful species including carmine-bee-eaters, hyenas, lions, vultures, crocodiles and insects such as praying mantis. This series follows the challenges the valley’s wildlife must overcome during the long dry season as they await the life-giving rains.

1/ The Drought Begins
The Luangwa Valley in Zambia experiences one of the toughest dry seasons imaginable. Seven months with no rain and spiralling temperatures. And with this year’s El Nino conditions the drought is threatening to be even more intense than usual.

Six months of survival in the tropical rainforest

Six months of survival in the tropical rainforest
6 months have passed since I stepped into the tropical rainforest. The living conditions here are easy. At the end of last year's autumn, I had to eat a variety of plants, drink spring water. The winter here is not too cold, but there is always a need for charcoal for heating. Fortunately, rodents are very active at this time so there are lots of food. Now it's summer, I will continue to learn to perform better. There will be many buildings built ...
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We only use only page facebook ( and do not have twitter, as well as blog (except for the fake ones). This is the North of Vietnam – a place full of unforeseen dangers and risks. Insects, centipedes and snakes are very dangerous, must be very careful when moving, holding, climbing and lifting stones. These skills are learned through books, the internet and real life experiences. Our normal day is like you and not like this.
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Amazon Rainforest - Journey to the Heart of the Amazon

Prehistoric towers, waterfalls and deep canyons are surrounded here by rivers, lakes and rainforests bursting with life.
Crowning South America, Colombia touches both the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans.

Sitting on the equator, this wild and exotic land is divided by the soaring peaks of the Andes and carved by the mighty Amazon and Orinoco Rivers.

Colombia’s landscapes are vast and hugely diverse.

Mangroves meander through grasslands, while expanses of mirror-like wetlands fringe verdant rainforests.

Snow-capped peaks emerge from mountain slopes clad in misty cloud forests.

This mix of pristine environments supports an enormous wealth of unique plants, as well as an extraordinary array of spectacular creatures.

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Rainy Day at the Adobe Hut

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My adobe hut is basically made of dirt bricks. A lot of people express concern about it's durability in the rain. We are in the middle of the rainy season and other than a few minor leaks in the roof very little water enters. The great advantage of adobe is that it is porous therefore after the rains it will dry.

The biggest mistake I made with the construction of this adobe hut was failing to build a rock foundation higher than the surrounding earth. The ground around the hut is so saturated with rain water that the floor has become damp as a result. After the rainy season ends then it will dry out naturally and remain dry through the summer months.

In this video I also make a simple contraption to collect rain water for drinking and I make a torch out of beeswax and cattail fluff.

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Editing: Final Cut Pro X on MacBook Air
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You DO NOT want to fall in this lake - AMAZON RAINFOREST

We hiked 3KM through mud and jungle to arrive at Lake Sandoval. One of the most biodiverse regions of the Amazon rainforest and home to countless predators.

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Amazon Jungle Camping Adventure on the Urubu River

In October of 2015 I had the opportunity to fulfill a lifetime wish of visiting and exploring the Amazon. I arranged a two-day, two-night tour with Amazon Antonio Jungle Tours and myself along with five guys from Denmark traveled by boat from the lodge up the Urubu River and then we hiked on foot for the following two days carrying all our gear, camping primitively and sleeping in hammocks under the tree canopy.... We observed wildlife such as elusive spider monkeys, noisy macaws and huge creepy tarantulas.... Super high humidity and heat kept us in a constant sweat but cool freshwater streams provided much needed relief.... Our guides introduced us to several species of trees and plants with important medicinal properties.... Thanks to our guides and Amazon Antonio Jungle Tours for a amazing experience!

Survival in the Amazon Rainforest ????????

I spent four days on a survival course in the Amazon jungle with an Indian guide named Valdemar. I learned which vines contain drinkable water, which wood can be used for cooking or making a bow, which wood burns, where to find edible roots and palm hearts and how to fish with a bow and spear.

I took with me only a camera, a machete, a mosquito net and some bug spray. After that Valdemar showed me where to get food and water in the jungle. We caught an enormous cat fish and cooked it in bamboo stalks.

In this video I even follow the tracks of a jaguar!

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Amazing nature: Run to survive

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!

Raining heavily in the Amazon rainforest

If you want to see and feel the sound of a heavy rain in the middle of the jungle in Brazil then watch this short movie of an area of dense vegetation at only few miles away the Manaus city. This village with stilt houses on the Amazon River area belong to an eco tourism resort.

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6 - It’s raining meters
Rain is not just in the forests name, it’s in its nature, with an average annual rainfall of 9 feet or 2.75meters. During the rainy season, the river rises about 30 to 45 feet or 9 to 14 meters. The Amazon is so dense that it can take up to 10 minutes for falling rain to reach the ground.

5 - Back and Forth
In 2006 geologists discovered that the oldest river sediments were found upstream of their source. Scientists were able to conclude that the Amazon used to flow east to west but changed after the Andes rose across the continent about 100 million years ago.

4 - Microscopic heroes
Pestalotiopsis microspora might be the solution to one of our biggest problems, plastic pollution. Yale Universities, Pria Anand, recently discovered that these bacteria can grow and survive without oxygen, which might be the link we need to eliminate plastic in the ocean and other places devoid of oxygen. Research is in the early stages, but it is a step in the right direction.

3 - Big Spenders
Norway has been the largest benefactor to saving the Amazon Rainforest, donating a billion US dollars between 2008 and 2015. It must be noted that Norway is not exactly a close neighbour, but over 6,000 miles or roughly 10,000 km from Brazil. Salut to them for caring!

2 - Flesh-eating fish
We all knew it was coming, it’s not the Amazon without a flesh-eating fish. Enter the Piracucu, also known as the arapaima or paiche. This meat-eater lurking in the river can grow up to 3 meters or 10-feet long, and has adapted to be an apex predator, boasting teeth on the roof of its mouth and tongue! Yikes! Remember that crazy guy who swam the whole Amazon River?


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