1. Bande-annonce Ndege Ndogo

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    Ndege Ndogo en voilà un drôle de nom d’oiseau pour une expédition ! Au contraire celle-ci porte très bien son nom : il signifie petit oiseau en swahili, et c’est justement à bord d’un vieux coucou (un Piper Super Club) que Michel Laplace-Toulouse et son ami Alexis Peltier ont entrepris leur audacieux voyage. 18000 km d’Amérique en Afrique, à une vitesse moyenne de 130 km/h, pour sensibiliser le monde à la préservation animalière de Shompole, au Kenya! English version of the teaser: http://www.ncitv.net/?p=1360

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    • Baisikeli - Trailer

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      View the full documentary on Aeon Video: http://aeon.co/video/culture/baisekeli-a-short-film-about-the-kenyan-national-cycling-team/ Shot on location 2300m above the Rift Valley in Kenya, and on the hot streets of Rwanda’s capital Kigali, Baisikeli asks whether Africans will write the next chapter in the mythic story of road cycling. Following the Kenyan national cycling team through the glorious highs and strength-sapping lows of training and competition, you can’t help but wonder whether African athletes might one day redeem the sport of road racing, which has been rocked by a series of doping scandals. The Kenyan riders are getting better every year, and that trend will likely continue, for as one coach remarks, they “have yet to even sound the depths of their talent.” Director: James Walsh Producer: Sinamatella Productions Editor: Katherine Millar Language: English For more short documentaries visit Aeon Video: www.aeon.co/video/

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      • KSG Baringo

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        • KENYA SCHOOL OF GOVERMENT BARINGO CAMPUS

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          • Lake Magadi from the Air

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            Using a remote controlled helicopter capable of carrying up to a Canon 5D, Eric Hallard (pilot) and Michel Laplace-Toulouse (cameraman), took these images of Lake Magadi. If you need aerial images in East Africa, Heliview and African latitude have got the equipment and the know how. Contact us: michel@africa-film-services and/or +254733609767 www.africa-film-services.com - www.heliviewimaging.com - www.africanlatitude.com

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            • 66˚ North - Diving Silfra (Iceland)

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              Located in the Þingvallavatn Lake in the Þingvellir Region of Iceland, Silfra is a rift valley/fissure that is part of the divergent tectonic boundary between the North American and Eurasian plates. This fissure is fed by waters from the nearby Langjökull glacier and has amazing clarity. A simple intro to this dive site, shot with a GoPro Hero 3

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              • BRCK Excursion: Mt. Suswa

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                We took a day ride out past the Ngong Hills into the Rift Valley and up Mt. Suswa. Here's a (very) short video where were playing with a DJI Phantom 1 and a GoPro to do some flyovers of the vehicles. We went with 4 motorcycles (2 KLR 650s, 1 Suzuki DR650, and a BMW 650GS Dakar), plus a Landrover Defender 90. A good grouping of bikes and a backup vehicle.

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                • Ethiopia

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                  photos from a trip to Ethiopia's Omo Valley and lalibella.

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                  • Kenya Highlights

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                    A Short Highlight Reel to give you something to watch while the main video is still being edited. Hope you enjoy it! Make sure you watch it in HD! Footage shot at 8 different locations throughout Kenya: - Nairobi - Mombasa - Tsavo East - Samburu National park - Rift valley - Sweet Waters - Meru National Park - Chui Lodge Shot and Edited by Tom Black.

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                    • PSW 2329 Drilling for Human OriginsPSW 2329 Drilling for Human Origins

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                      Friday, February 21, 2014 Rick Potts Curator of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History and Director, Smithsonian Human Origins Program In 2012, research at the Olorgesailie prehistoric site, located in the Rift Valley of southern Kenya, began a new approach to studying the environmental context of human evolution by obtaining the first long sediment core drilled from an early human fossil site. The drilling operation recovered a total of 216 meters of sediment reaching the volcanic floor of the Rift Valley. The core is expected to provide the most detailed climate record available for the past 500,000 years. This talk summarized the first findings from the analysis of the core, and explained how this study and others, which range from paleontology to experimental biology, are providing novel insights into the processes of human evolution.

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