1. Nepal counts endangered rhinos

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    May 2011 Nepal is counting its rhinos in the first census of the endangered beasts since 2008. Officials at the Chitwan national park hope to find that their efforts to curb poaching is paying off. Al Jazeera's Subina Shrestha reports.

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    • Junior Choir 2014 - The Census Song

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      • Te Aotearoa Board of Immigration welcomes you to 2030 New Zealand

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        The year is 2030, but of course you already knew that. 16-time Billy T Award winner Guy Montgomery invites you to relocate to New Zealand, home of the world's best cricket team and the famous Sky Towers. Guy Montgomery - Writer, performer Joseph Moore - Writer, director, camera, editor Chris Parker - Sound, performer Special thanks to legends Tom Furniss and Nic Sampson for the loan of gear.

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        • How to quickly find a person

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          This video shows how to find a resident, executive or both using AtoZdatabases’ quick search feature. The information provided on a record/person includes, name, address, phone number, length of residency at that particular address, neighborhood information (Estimated Household Income, Home Market Value, and Census Information), and links to the records of 10 neighbors around that person.

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          • Professor Shaun Hendy: "Will we stay stuck in this rut of agriculture?"

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            Professor Shaun Hendy, director of the University of Auckland's data analytics centre Te Pūnaha Matatini and recipient of the Prime Minister's Science Media Communication Prize, explains why New Zealand's national economy needs to go "from wool to weta".

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            • US Population Density From Orbit (1790-2010)

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              Assignment for "Site + Environment" in the University of New Mexico SA+P Landscape Architecture program Data Source: US Census

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              • Lillian Grace: "All we are is the sum of our regions"

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                Lillian Grace, chief executive of Wiki New Zealand, a collaborative website making data accessible, explains how closer, more formal ties between the 16 regions could benefit the entire country. We apologise for the poor audio quality, and blame hapless producer Elle Hunt.

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                • Paul Spoonley: Who will wipe our chins?

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                  Professor Paul Spoonley, pro vice-chancellor of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Massey University and the project leader for a research programme looking at the future population shape of New Zealand, discusses the challenges that lie ahead for New Zealand and its ageing population.

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                  • Paul Spoonley: 'Super-diverse Auckland'

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                    Professor Paul Spoonley, pro vice-chancellor of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Massey University and the project leader for a research programme looking at the future population shape of New Zealand, discusses future migration to Auckland – and the rest of the country.

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                    • Paul Spoonley: "We're right in the middle of significant change"

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                      Professor Paul Spoonley, pro vice-chancellor of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Massey University and the project leader for a research programme looking at the future population shape of New Zealand, discusses the implications of increasing migration from Asia to New Zealand.

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