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1. Climbing A Giant Sequoia Tree
(Videos/Nature - Science)
National Geographic photographer Michael "Nick" Nichols takes his work to new heights, capturing the beauty of a 3,200-year-old, 247-foot-tall sequoia known as the President. National Geographic ...
Sure it might get a lot colder, but when you stop to really think about it you soon realise that this time of year is better than every other. There's the good food, the crisp cold weather and it's the ...
3. Growing Beans Amazing Timelapse
(Videos/Nature - Science)
HD Timelapse video on growing beans. This was taken with a Canon Powershot G3 camera and GB Timelapse for remote capturing. This video covers about 10 days of growth. HD Timelapse video on growing ...
4. Sea Turtle Hugs Diver After Being Set Free
(Videos/Animals - Wildlife)
When a Puerto Rican kite surfer spotted a sea turtle trapped in an old fishing net he decided to jump in the water and set the poor animal free, capturing every moment with a Go-Pro. He was rewarded ...
5. The Aurora At Pas National Park
(Videos/Nature - Science)
I spent a week capturing one of the biggest aurora borealis shows in recent years. Shot in and around Kirkenes and Pas National Park bordering Russia, I spent a week capturing one of the biggest ...
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