1. Benjamin Sadd - Showreel 2014


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    2014 was a good year! At least when you condense your “work” down to three minutes it feels like, what I think, was a beautiful year! Thank you to everyone who made what I do possible, all the amazing people I have met and the wildlife that has been, on occasion, most obliging! To take a quick look at a few photos from the last couple of years please check out my portfolio page here http://tiny.cc/f7ymrx Really looking forward to 2015 and the projects that it will bring, including a canoe trip down the Amazon, some more work in Kenya and hopefully some Wolf hunting in Siberia! Music is Ember by Tony Anderson from The Music Bed http://tiny.cc/3xymrx

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    • JCG Biology Trip to Mexico 2014


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      Jersey College For Girls First Week in the Mexican Jungle with Operation Wallacea, i will upload Week 2 tomorrow evening. Thanks again girls for making the trip so special. Mr B

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      • Jersey College For Girls Biology Trip 2014 Mexico Week 2


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        Week 2 The marine week at Akumal, Jersey College For Girls Biology Trip 2014

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        • Operation Wallacea, Hoga Island, Indonesia


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          The Operation Wallacea field station at Hoga Island, Wakatobi Marine National Park, SE Sulawesi, Indonesia. I spent three weeks there volunteering with fish and sponge surveys.

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          • Project Guyana - Operation Wallacea and Royal Ontario Museum


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            It comes as little surprise that tropical rain forests foster a greater diversity of life than any other place on earth. Yet many tropical forests are being cleared from the planet at an alarming rate. Given this, are the world’s pristine rainforests somehow more precious? The Royal Ontario Museum’s Burton Lim has been exploring and discovering biodiversity around the globe for decades. Operation Wallacea volunteers are often experiencing these places for the first time. Through unique partnerships, Burton and the volunteers come together in one of the world’s last remaining pristine tropical rainforests. Learn more at www.rom.on.ca and www.opwall.com Tags: Guyana, Royal Ontario Museum, Operation Wallacea, Iwokrama Forest, biodiversity, nature, rainforest conservation, conservation, wildlife, bats, Burton Lim, Amazon, Guianan Shield, science, adventure, students, rainforest, species

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            • South Africa 2013 Biology Trip


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