1. elephants of namibia

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    the search for the desert elephants of Namibia who were forced into the desert areas of Namibia from the more fertile parts by man.

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    • The Golden Triangle

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      The second and final video from a recent trip to SE Asia featuring: 1. Yangon where we watch some young nuns meet an escalator for the first time in Shwedagon Pagoda and the street scene in Yangon's China Town. 2. Bangkok with Buddhist monks chanting in a temple, preparing a mango for it's pairing with sticky rice, and our motorbike ride to Chiang Rai. 3. Chiang Rai featuring a trip to meet the elephants at Four Seasons Tented Camp in the Golden Triangle (where Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand share a border). The baby elephant we met at the end had just turned 1 and was so much fun! Filmed and edited by: Khun Yvonne and Khun Nikolas Music by: Dengue Fever

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      • Episode 107, Hoab Dry River, Namibia

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        Finally reaching the correct dry river we spot more elephants. How these monsters survive in this desert is a mystery.

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        • One Safari

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          A spiritual homecoming takes the Nelson family into the Kalahari desert. There they witness the largest migration of elephants in the world. #OneWorldTour

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          • One Every Fifteen Minutes: The Plight of the African Elephant

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            Killing African elephants for their ivory is devastating the species. In 1979, the elephant population in Africa was approximately 1.3 million. Today, there are fewer than a third of that number. What accounts for this dramatic decline? The primary cause is poaching. According to CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, at least 30,000 elephants were killed in Africa in 2012. That means that approximately one elephant is killed every fifteen minutes by poachers. "One Every Fifteen Minutes: The Plight of the African Elephant" examines the importance of elephants to their ecosystems, the new poaching epidemic, and the battle to save the elephants. Produced and Directed by Josh Kauderer Featuring: Paula Kahumbu (CEO, WildlifeDirect) and Nick Brandt (Co-Founder, Big Life Foundation)

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            • Africa: Serengeti And The Great Migration

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              The annual Wildebeest migration in Serengeti is one of the most spectacular wildlife events on the planet. Approximately 1.5 million wildebeest move throughout the Serengeti and Masai Mara ecosystems, following the rains looking for green grass. 400.000 zebra and 200.000 gazelles accompany them along the way, making a total of over 2 million migrating animals. We drove up to the Mara River to find the herds wandering along the crocodile infested waters, waiting for a chance to cross. We also encountered many lions, cheetah, elephants and other animals on the scenic route each way.

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              • Yala National Park

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                Yala National Park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. Yala was designated as a wildlife sanctuary in 1900. The park is best known for its variety of wild animals. It is important for the conservation of Sri Lankan elephants.

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                • walking with elephants

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                  a video of us hanging out with elephants in Thailand

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                  • Made in Thailand

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                    My trip to Thailand! It was such an experience! I'll never forget the people I met, places I traveled, and things I learned. While I was there I posted to a Storehouse page daily with photos, videos, and text. Check it out! https://www.storehouse.co/stories/r58gu-made-in-thailand

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                    • Elephant Sanctuary

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                      David Sheldrick Elephant Sanctuary - Nairobi. Baby elephants come home from a day in the bush.

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