• Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Full Documentary)

    Los Llanos is a vast plain situated in central Venezuela, among the Andes, the Cordillera de la Costa and Guayané Massif. In the dry season Los Llanos is a living hell, animals survive on a very small brush and forest where the water is full of terrible piranhas. Turtles "morrocoi" (endangered species), alligators, crocodiles, peccaries, armadillos, iguanas and jaguars are also struggling to stay near bushes, which become a heaven within the plain. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE here for more amazing docs!: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu

    published: 04 Mar 2014
  • Wildlife of Venezuela (HD1080p)

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    published: 19 Jul 2016
  • History of Venezuela's Ancient Tepuis

    I do not own rights to this video. This video preview is property of National Geographic. Video footage is taken from National Geographic's Living Edens: Lost World: Venezuela's Ancient Tepuis. It is a wonderful documentary describing the history of expeditions to the summit of Mount Roraima and some of the ecology that exists on the peaks of these immense plateus.

    published: 16 Jan 2012
  • Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Part 1/5)

    Los Llanos is a vast plain situated in central Venezuela, among the Andes, the Cordillera de la Costa and Guayané Massif. In the dry season Los Llanos is a living hell, animals survive on a very small brush and forest where the water is full of terrible piranhas. Turtles "morrocoi" (endangered species), alligators, crocodiles, peccaries, armadillos, iguanas and jaguars are also struggling to stay near bushes, which become a heaven within the plain. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE here for more amazing docs!: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu

    published: 28 Feb 2014
  • Wildlife watching in Los Llanos, Venezuela

    Los Llanos - The Plains - is a vast tropical grassland to the east of the Andes in Colombia and Venezuela, in northwestern South America. I created this video from an incredible three day wildlife watching trip, with so many 'firsts' for me: seeing a giant anteater, pink river dolphins and a mighty anaconda!

    published: 04 Jul 2014
  • Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Part 4/5)

    Los Llanos is a vast plain situated in central Venezuela, among the Andes, the Cordillera de la Costa and Guayané Massif. In the dry season Los Llanos is a living hell, animals survive on a very small brush and forest where the water is full of terrible piranhas. Turtles "morrocoi" (endangered species), alligators, crocodiles, peccaries, armadillos, iguanas and jaguars are also struggling to stay near bushes, which become a heaven within the plain. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE here for more amazing docs!: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu

    published: 03 Mar 2014
  • Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Part 5/5)

    Los Llanos is a vast plain situated in central Venezuela, among the Andes, the Cordillera de la Costa and Guayané Massif. In the dry season Los Llanos is a living hell, animals survive on a very small brush and forest where the water is full of terrible piranhas. Turtles "morrocoi" (endangered species), alligators, crocodiles, peccaries, armadillos, iguanas and jaguars are also struggling to stay near bushes, which become a heaven within the plain. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE here for more amazing docs!: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu

    published: 04 Mar 2014
  • Laberinto Tropical Wildlife Sanctuary - Green Parrot - Margarita Island, Venezuela, South America

    http://MargaritaIslandPictures.com This is one of the many animals at the Laberinto Tropical animal sanctuary on Margarita Island.

    published: 26 Apr 2009
  • Poodle Moth

    A weird looking creature, the Poodle Moth was discovered in Venezuela. One of the weirdest moths on earth, it and has become an internet sensation for both it's uniqueness and adorableness. While exploring marine biology and the regional wildlife of Venezuela, Dr Arthur Anker discovered this adorable looking species of moth which is now being called the poodle moth as its popularity is spreading like wildfire around the internet. These images were uploaded to Arthur's flickr page which is linked in the description below. Scientists have identified around 200,000 species of moths so far and believe there may be over 1 million different species in the world. While moths are typically known for eating clothing, most adult moths do not eat at all as many species do not even have mouths and ...

    published: 11 Jun 2013
  • Best of VENEZUELA | OASIS OVERLAND

    Venezuela wasn't an easy country to travel in, but I feel incredibly lucky to have been there. The wildlife was a big highlight (how 'bout that Ant Eater?!) as were a few amazing people who made Venezuela truly memorable. Music: Oh Wonder - Lose It (Jerry Folk Remix)

    published: 04 May 2016
  • National Geographic Documentary - Secrets In the Amazon RainForest - Wildlife Animal

    The Amazon rainforest (Portuguese: Floresta Amazônica or Amazônia; Spanish: Selva Amazónica, Amazonía or usually Amazonia; French: Forêt amazonienne; Dutch: Amazoneregenwoud), also known in English as Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle, is a moist broadleaf forest that covers most of the Amazon basin of South America. This basin encompasses 7,000,000 square kilometres (2,700,000 sq mi), of which 5,500,000 square kilometres (2,100,000 sq mi) are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging to nine nations. The majority of the forest is contained within Brazil, with 60% of the rainforest, followed by Peru with 13%, Colombia with 10%, and with minor amounts in Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. States or departments in four nations contain "Amaz...

    published: 30 Nov 2016
  • The lost worlds of Venezuela

    A helicopter expedition to three of Venezuela's tabletop mountains: Ptari, Apacará and Amurí. This video shows a combination of the amazing wildlife that can be seen on these rarely visited sky islands and the difficulty of getting there. Thank you to Stewart McPherson for organising the trip and to my fellow travellers on the expedition. Drone footage: George Marcells and Luis Velutini. Background music: "The Blue Danube" by Johann Strauss performed by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Other stills and video footage: James Rosindell.

    published: 04 Apr 2017
  • Interesting Facts About Venezuela That You Didn't Know

    Interesting Facts About Venezuela That You Didn't Know 1. They’ve mustered more Miss World winners than any other nation. South America's fifth most populous country has provided six Miss World winners, putting it ahead of the UK (5), India (5), the US, Jamaica, and Iceland (all 3). Pilín León, winner in 1981, turned on the Christmas lights in Oxford Street that year. Venezuela clearly loves a beauty pageant, as they’ve also served up seven Miss Universe winners, including Irene Sáez, who ran for the presidency in 1998. 2. It’s heaven for wildlife - and home to the world’s largest rodent. According to Conservation International, just 17 countries are considered "megadiverse". Each possesses a vast number of different species – many found nowhere else. And Venezuela is one. Some 23 per ...

    published: 21 Jul 2017
  • BBC Documentary 2015 - Wild Amazon - National Geographic Documentary HD

    BBC Documentary 2015 - Wild Amazon - National Geographic Documentary HD Birds usually are wildly well-known being a family pet because of the elegance,BBC Documentary 2015 acceptance in addition to cleverness. National Geographic Documentary Bird health care, as soon as carried out correctly brings years connected with enjoyment, pleasure in addition to enjoyment. BBC Documentary 2015 Unfamiliar to the majority of, you will discover numerous different parrot sub-species between those no more than 3. 3 inches present in Fresh Guinea for you to gigantic versions 3. 3 foot in total present in Core in addition to South america. This Yellow Bird, essentially the most well-known family pet parrots,BBC Documentary 2015 is just about the a number of visually-stunning versions present in the jun...

    published: 22 Aug 2015
  • Mysterious Lost Worlds

    Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting facts about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos. 7- Melville Range, Australia – In recent years, biologists have discovered that huge boulders concealed a secret rainforest in northern Australia. Only accessible by helicopter, the range is home to many bizarre and unique creatures such as rare frogs, lizards known as skinks, and the leaf-tailed gecko. These creatures have survived millions of years without ever being discovered. Scientists believe the rainforest ecosystem is largely responsible for keeping these new species alive for millions of years. 6- Lake Vostok, Antarctica – A lake under ice, Lake Vostok is the size of Lake Ontario, but sits below 2 miles of ice, making it the largest of Antarctica’s 40...

    published: 20 May 2016
  • SAVE OUR PLANET - Venezuela Announces Protection Measures for Wildlife

    SAVE OUR PLANET... Venezuelan courts announce new wildlife protection measures that include a widespread ban on hunting in protected areas as well as prohibiting possession or commercialization of songbirds and other animals.

    published: 25 Jun 2011
  • Venezuela

    Venezuela - officially titled Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (Spanish: República Bolivariana de Venezuela), is a tropical country on the northern coast of South America. It is a continental mainland with numerous islands located off its coastline in the Caribbean Sea. Venezuela possesses recognized borders with Guyana to the east of the Essequibo river, Brazil to the south, and Colombia to the west. Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, St. Lucia, Barbados, Curaçao, Bonaire, Aruba, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and the Leeward Antilles lie just north, off the Venezuelan coast. Its size is 916,445 km² with an estimated population of 26,414,816. Its capital is Caracas. The colors of the Venezuelan flag are yellow, blue and red, in that order: the yellow stands for land wealth, the blue for c...

    published: 03 Aug 2009
  • Orinoco Delta Expedition - Apamate Tours Venezuela

    Live an adventure in the Orinoco Delta tropical swamp forest, filled with wild life and cultural experiences. learn the warao indigenous life style and the secrets of their tree of life. go pirahna fishing and aligator hunting, find the mysterious pink river dolphin and enjoy of the sounds of thousands of birds and howler monkey as your wake up call. Discover Venezuela go to: http://www.experiencevenezuela.com

    published: 25 Jun 2014
  • Out Of The Wild Venezuela Part 4

    published: 24 Mar 2017
  • Crocodiles - Crocodiles in Cuba and Venezuela | Explora Films EN | Explora FIlms EN

    Crocodiles - Crocodiles in Cuba and Venezuela For more amazing wildlife subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1qkhe8C They have been on the Earth for 80 million years. They hunted and outlasted the dinosaurs, spreading throughout the rivers of four continents. They have survived mass extinctions, glaciations and geological cataclysms, they are the last survivors. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/explorafilms TWITTER: https://twitter.com/explorafilms

    published: 26 Aug 2014
  • Birdwatching Los Llanos del Orinoco Venezuela with Joe Klaiber - Part 2

    Bird watching Los Llanos del Orinoco Venezuela with Joe Klaiber These birds are several birds and wildlife we see frequently on our excursions to Los Llanos del Orinoco. Some of the birds are filmed in the garden of the lodges where we stay. Have also a look at our websites like www.casa-vieja-merida.com to see our lodges. Local bird lists and some of the recording of the bird songs and calls of Venezuela, recorded by Joe Klaiber you will find at www.birds-venezuela.de. Also have a look at our other YouTube Videos like "Bird watching the Andes and Henri Pittier national park Venezuela with Joe Klaiber" and "Bird watching Los Llanos del Orinoco Venezuela with Joe Klaiber - Part 1". www.birds-venezuela.de www.casa-vieja-merida.com

    published: 07 Sep 2011
  • Colonia Tovar, Venezuela, German colony HD

    Colonia Tovar (English: Tovar Colony) is a town of Venezuela, capital of the municipality Tovar in Aragua state. Founded in 1843 by a group of immigrants from the then independent state of Baden (later incorporated into Germany), is characterized by maintaining the cultural imprint of their origin, so it is called "the Germany of the Caribbean". The economy depends primarily on agriculture and tourism; and the town is located 42 kilometres (26 miles) from Caracas. The Colonia is known for its temperate crops (peaches, strawberries, beets, cauliflower, carrots, cabbage, chard, broccoli, lettuce, onions and potatoes) and their derivatives. Since 1990 has shown a high rate of population growth, rising from 3,373 to 14,309 inhabitants in 2001. Hydrography, flora and fauna[edit] View of a typ...

    published: 05 Aug 2014
  • Strange Things In the Amazon Forest BBC wildlife documentary - Documenatry & Discovery ™ HD Channel

    National geographic - Strange Things In the Amazon Forest - BBC wildlife animal documentary The Amazon rainforest (Portuguese: Floresta Amazônica or Amazônia; Spanish: Selva Amazónica, Amazonía or usually Amazonia; French: Forêt amazonienne; Dutch: Amazoneregenwoud), also known in English as Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle, is a moist broadleaf forest that covers most of the Amazon basin of South America. This basin encompasses 7,000,000 square kilometres (2,700,000 sq mi), of which 5,500,000 square kilometres (2,100,000 sq mi) are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging to nine nations. The majority of the forest is contained within Brazil, with 60% of the rainforest, followed by Peru with 13%, Colombia with 10%, and with minor amounts in Venezuela, Ecuador, Boli...

    published: 02 Jan 2017
  • More airlines suspend flights to Venezuela as crisis deepens

    Venezuela's economic crisis is not only causing a scarcity of food and medicine, but now also of airlines. In the last week, three more airlines have suspended flights to Caracas. They argue they can no longer afford to operate there, as long as the government is unwilling or unable to meet its contractual obligations. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

    published: 29 Jun 2016
  • Wildlife of Venezuela (HD1080p)

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    published: 19 Jul 2016
  • Los llanos, Venezuela (venezuela tony martin wildlife)

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    published: 05 Sep 2016
  • Wildlife

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    published: 23 Sep 2016
  • BBC Natural WORLD - Monkey Eating Eagle Of The Orinoco.

    The harpy eagle is the most powerful bird of prey in the world, plucking monkeys from the branches of the jungle canopy. Rare and elusive, they are seldom seen, but with the discovery of a harpy nest in the remote Orinoco rainforest of Venezuela, wildlife filmmaker Fergus Beeley has a unique opportunity to follow the life of a chick from birth to adulthood. Fergus ascends high into the canopy to reveal a stunning world of color and sound, following the trials of the harpy eagle's newly hatched chick as it grows up. Fergus becomes just another member of the dazzling community of birds and animals surrounding the harpy nest and develops an unexpectedly close bond with the chick.

    published: 19 Jun 2017
  • 14 Fantastic Phenomena of Nature

    From the dangerously awesome FIRE Tornado, to the the never ending thunder storm in Venezuela, these are 14 FANTASTIC Phenomena of Nature ! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife

    published: 14 Sep 2016
Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Full Documentary)

Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Full Documentary)

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  • Updated: 04 Mar 2014
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Los Llanos is a vast plain situated in central Venezuela, among the Andes, the Cordillera de la Costa and Guayané Massif. In the dry season Los Llanos is a living hell, animals survive on a very small brush and forest where the water is full of terrible piranhas. Turtles "morrocoi" (endangered species), alligators, crocodiles, peccaries, armadillos, iguanas and jaguars are also struggling to stay near bushes, which become a heaven within the plain. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE here for more amazing docs!: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu
https://wn.com/Venezuela_A_Paradise_In_Hell_(Full_Documentary)
Wildlife of Venezuela (HD1080p)

Wildlife of Venezuela (HD1080p)

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History of Venezuela's Ancient Tepuis

History of Venezuela's Ancient Tepuis

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I do not own rights to this video. This video preview is property of National Geographic. Video footage is taken from National Geographic's Living Edens: Lost World: Venezuela's Ancient Tepuis. It is a wonderful documentary describing the history of expeditions to the summit of Mount Roraima and some of the ecology that exists on the peaks of these immense plateus.
https://wn.com/History_Of_Venezuela's_Ancient_Tepuis
Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Part 1/5)

Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Part 1/5)

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  • Updated: 28 Feb 2014
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Los Llanos is a vast plain situated in central Venezuela, among the Andes, the Cordillera de la Costa and Guayané Massif. In the dry season Los Llanos is a living hell, animals survive on a very small brush and forest where the water is full of terrible piranhas. Turtles "morrocoi" (endangered species), alligators, crocodiles, peccaries, armadillos, iguanas and jaguars are also struggling to stay near bushes, which become a heaven within the plain. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE here for more amazing docs!: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu
https://wn.com/Venezuela_A_Paradise_In_Hell_(Part_1_5)
Wildlife watching in Los Llanos, Venezuela

Wildlife watching in Los Llanos, Venezuela

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Los Llanos - The Plains - is a vast tropical grassland to the east of the Andes in Colombia and Venezuela, in northwestern South America. I created this video from an incredible three day wildlife watching trip, with so many 'firsts' for me: seeing a giant anteater, pink river dolphins and a mighty anaconda!
https://wn.com/Wildlife_Watching_In_Los_Llanos,_Venezuela
Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Part 4/5)

Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Part 4/5)

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  • Updated: 03 Mar 2014
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Los Llanos is a vast plain situated in central Venezuela, among the Andes, the Cordillera de la Costa and Guayané Massif. In the dry season Los Llanos is a living hell, animals survive on a very small brush and forest where the water is full of terrible piranhas. Turtles "morrocoi" (endangered species), alligators, crocodiles, peccaries, armadillos, iguanas and jaguars are also struggling to stay near bushes, which become a heaven within the plain. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE here for more amazing docs!: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu
https://wn.com/Venezuela_A_Paradise_In_Hell_(Part_4_5)
Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Part 5/5)

Venezuela: A Paradise in Hell (Part 5/5)

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  • Updated: 04 Mar 2014
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Los Llanos is a vast plain situated in central Venezuela, among the Andes, the Cordillera de la Costa and Guayané Massif. In the dry season Los Llanos is a living hell, animals survive on a very small brush and forest where the water is full of terrible piranhas. Turtles "morrocoi" (endangered species), alligators, crocodiles, peccaries, armadillos, iguanas and jaguars are also struggling to stay near bushes, which become a heaven within the plain. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE here for more amazing docs!: http://goo.gl/vNINO4 Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu
https://wn.com/Venezuela_A_Paradise_In_Hell_(Part_5_5)
Laberinto Tropical Wildlife Sanctuary - Green Parrot - Margarita Island, Venezuela, South America

Laberinto Tropical Wildlife Sanctuary - Green Parrot - Margarita Island, Venezuela, South America

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http://MargaritaIslandPictures.com This is one of the many animals at the Laberinto Tropical animal sanctuary on Margarita Island.
https://wn.com/Laberinto_Tropical_Wildlife_Sanctuary_Green_Parrot_Margarita_Island,_Venezuela,_South_America
Poodle Moth

Poodle Moth

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A weird looking creature, the Poodle Moth was discovered in Venezuela. One of the weirdest moths on earth, it and has become an internet sensation for both it's uniqueness and adorableness. While exploring marine biology and the regional wildlife of Venezuela, Dr Arthur Anker discovered this adorable looking species of moth which is now being called the poodle moth as its popularity is spreading like wildfire around the internet. These images were uploaded to Arthur's flickr page which is linked in the description below. Scientists have identified around 200,000 species of moths so far and believe there may be over 1 million different species in the world. While moths are typically known for eating clothing, most adult moths do not eat at all as many species do not even have mouths and must rely on drinking nector to live. Some people are saying that this has to be some type of wicked photo shop mix of a bird, a dog and a butterfly while others believe that it is real as Dr Anker's flickr page is full of incredible close ups of insects and underwater wildlife that tend to show some pretty unique views that make even some common animals looks very strange. Poodle Moth -- Dr Arthur Anker Flickr Page http://tinyurl.com/8oms7xg More Strange World Creatures -- Bizarre Animal - Jerboa http://youtu.be/FbnqSAMfPxo -- Cute Baby Monkey Pet - http://youtu.be/-MLgG3fqw3c -- Weird Animal - Pignose Frog http://youtu.be/gSX_ZJoFXSQ -- Hybrid Monkey Pig Baby http://youtu.be/Q7VXl85VO7Y Let's Connect -- http://www.facebook.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://www.pinterest.com/epicwildlife -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com Royalty Free Music & Sound freesfx.co.uk
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Best of VENEZUELA | OASIS OVERLAND

Best of VENEZUELA | OASIS OVERLAND

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  • Updated: 04 May 2016
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Venezuela wasn't an easy country to travel in, but I feel incredibly lucky to have been there. The wildlife was a big highlight (how 'bout that Ant Eater?!) as were a few amazing people who made Venezuela truly memorable. Music: Oh Wonder - Lose It (Jerry Folk Remix)
https://wn.com/Best_Of_Venezuela_|_Oasis_Overland
National Geographic Documentary - Secrets In the Amazon RainForest - Wildlife Animal

National Geographic Documentary - Secrets In the Amazon RainForest - Wildlife Animal

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  • Updated: 30 Nov 2016
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The Amazon rainforest (Portuguese: Floresta Amazônica or Amazônia; Spanish: Selva Amazónica, Amazonía or usually Amazonia; French: Forêt amazonienne; Dutch: Amazoneregenwoud), also known in English as Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle, is a moist broadleaf forest that covers most of the Amazon basin of South America. This basin encompasses 7,000,000 square kilometres (2,700,000 sq mi), of which 5,500,000 square kilometres (2,100,000 sq mi) are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging to nine nations. The majority of the forest is contained within Brazil, with 60% of the rainforest, followed by Peru with 13%, Colombia with 10%, and with minor amounts in Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. States or departments in four nations contain "Amazonas" in their names. The Amazon represents over half of the planet's remaining rainforests,[1] and comprises the largest and most biodiverse tract of tropical rainforest in the world, with an estimated 390 billion individual trees divided into 16,000 species.[2] The rainforest likely formed during the Eocene era. It appeared following a global reduction of tropical temperatures when the Atlantic Ocean had widened sufficiently to provide a warm, moist climate to the Amazon basin. The rainforest has been in existence for at least 55 million years, and most of the region remained free of savanna-type biomes at least until the current ice age, when the climate was drier and savanna more widespread.[4][5] Following the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event, the extinction of the dinosaurs and the wetter climate may have allowed the tropical rainforest to spread out across the continent. From 66–34 Mya, the rainforest extended as far south as 45°. Climate fluctuations during the last 34 million years have allowed savanna regions to expand into the tropics. During the Oligocene, for example, the rainforest spanned a relatively narrow band. It expanded again during the Middle Miocene, then retracted to a mostly inland formation at the last glacial maximum.[6] However, the rainforest still managed to thrive during these glacial periods, allowing for the survival and evolution of a broad diversity of species.[7] During the mid-Eocene, it is believed that the drainage basin of the Amazon was split along the middle of the continent by the Purus Arch. Water on the eastern side flowed toward the Atlantic, while to the west water flowed toward the Pacific across the Amazonas Basin. As the Andes Mountains rose, however, a large basin was created that enclosed a lake; now known as the Solimões Basin. Within the last 5–10 million years, this accumulating water broke through the Purus Arch, joining the easterly flow toward the Atlantic.[8][9] There is evidence that there have been significant changes in Amazon rainforest vegetation over the last 21,000 years through the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) and subsequent deglaciation. Analyses of sediment deposits from Amazon basin paleolakes and from the Amazon Fan indicate that rainfall in the basin during the LGM was lower than for the present, and this was almost certainly associated with reduced moist tropical vegetation cover in the basin.[10] There is debate, however, over how extensive this reduction was. Some scientists argue that the rainforest was reduced to small, isolated refugia separated by open forest and grassland;[11] other scientists argue that the rainforest remained largely intact but extended less far to the north, south, and east than is seen today.[12] This debate has proved difficult to resolve because the practical limitations of working in the rainforest mean that data sampling is biased away from the center of the Amazon basin, and both explanations are reasonably well supported by the available data.
https://wn.com/National_Geographic_Documentary_Secrets_In_The_Amazon_Rainforest_Wildlife_Animal
The lost worlds of Venezuela

The lost worlds of Venezuela

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A helicopter expedition to three of Venezuela's tabletop mountains: Ptari, Apacará and Amurí. This video shows a combination of the amazing wildlife that can be seen on these rarely visited sky islands and the difficulty of getting there. Thank you to Stewart McPherson for organising the trip and to my fellow travellers on the expedition. Drone footage: George Marcells and Luis Velutini. Background music: "The Blue Danube" by Johann Strauss performed by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Other stills and video footage: James Rosindell.
https://wn.com/The_Lost_Worlds_Of_Venezuela
Interesting Facts About Venezuela That You Didn't Know

Interesting Facts About Venezuela That You Didn't Know

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2017
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Interesting Facts About Venezuela That You Didn't Know 1. They’ve mustered more Miss World winners than any other nation. South America's fifth most populous country has provided six Miss World winners, putting it ahead of the UK (5), India (5), the US, Jamaica, and Iceland (all 3). Pilín León, winner in 1981, turned on the Christmas lights in Oxford Street that year. Venezuela clearly loves a beauty pageant, as they’ve also served up seven Miss Universe winners, including Irene Sáez, who ran for the presidency in 1998. 2. It’s heaven for wildlife - and home to the world’s largest rodent. According to Conservation International, just 17 countries are considered "megadiverse". Each possesses a vast number of different species – many found nowhere else. And Venezuela is one. Some 23 per cent of reptilian and 50 per cent of amphibian species that inhabit the country are endemic to Venezuela, and few regions are better for a wildlife holiday than Los Llanos. This vast area of savannah, seasonally flooded, is Venezuela’s literal and symbolic heartland. Here, cowboys and humpbacked cebu cattle coexist with teeming birdlife and caiman, capybara (the largest rodent in the world), giant anteater, puma and anaconda. 3. Conservation is pretty important. It’s no good having heaps of wildlife if you don’t look after it, and Venezuela leads the way when it comes to conservation, having designated 53.9 per cent of its territory as protected – more than any other nation. In Britain that figure stands at 28.4 per cent, while the global average is just 14.8 per cent. 4. It’s a dangerous place. Thousands of people have had trouble-free trips to Venezuela, but there are plenty of worrying statistics. It has the second highest number of gun-related deaths in the world (59.13 per 100,000 residents per year), after Honduras, while the capital, Caracas, has a shocking murder rate of 119.87 per 100,000 residents per year – the worst of any major city. The Foreign Office advises against travel to much of the country. Only the southern and eastern states of Amazonas, Delta Amacuro and Bolívar, as well as the offshore Los Roques Archipelago National Park, are currently safe to visit. It adds: “There’s a high threat from violent crime and kidnapping throughout Venezuela. Take care at all times, including when arriving in the country. 5. And you should think twice before hiring a car. Venezuela is also one of the world’s deadliest places to drive, according to the World Health Organization's figures, with 37.2 road deaths per 100,000 inhabitants per year. Only four countries have a higher death rate: Eritrea, Dominican Republic, Libya and Thailand. The UK is among the 10 safest. 6. Although petrol is incredibly cheap. It’s practically free, in fact. Thanks to a policy of heavy subsidisation, and despite threats by president Nicolas Maduro to hike prices, petrol costs just $0.01 a litre, according to the fuel analyst website globalpetrolprices.com. That's just one per cent of the global average, $0.97. Second on the list is Saudi Arabia, where it costs $0.24 per litre. 7. But Big Macs are rather expensive. Conversely, you can expect to pay $5.25 for the signature McDonald’s hamburger, more than any other nation excluding Sweden, Norway and Switzerland. A Big Mac costs the equivalent of $3.73 in the UK, while four countries (Egypt, Ukraine, Malaysia and South Africa) proffer them for under $2 a pop. 8. Alcohol is banned (sometimes). They enjoy a drink in Venezuela. The Cuba Libre is favoured, while wine is grown in Carora, in the state of Lara. But watch out if there’s an election, when the sale of alcohol is prohibited for up to 21 hours prior to voting. 9. There’s an everlasting lightning storm. 10. It has been independent for 206 years. ================== venezuela facts facts about venezuela interesting facts about venezuela venezuela fun facts fun facts about venezuela venezuela interesting facts caracas venezuela facts venezuelan economy facts venezuelan culture facts venezuela history facts venezuelan food facts venezuela geography facts venezuela healthcare facts ================== Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Coffee-News-1196603003792209/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/coffeenews9 Google+ : https://plus.google.com/100361700377325806926 Tumblr : https://coffeenews9.tumblr.com/ Pinterest : https://id.pinterest.com/coffeenews99/ Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/coffee-news-a7570413a/ LiveJournal : http://coffee-news9.livejournal.com/ Vk : https://vk.com/id416093708 Please Like & Subscribe Coffee News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd-CdQwi-gQFE4A5iR4-rbA https://youtu.be/2JuWsZK7CkE
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BBC Documentary 2015 - Wild Amazon - National Geographic Documentary HD

BBC Documentary 2015 - Wild Amazon - National Geographic Documentary HD

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BBC Documentary 2015 - Wild Amazon - National Geographic Documentary HD Birds usually are wildly well-known being a family pet because of the elegance,BBC Documentary 2015 acceptance in addition to cleverness. National Geographic Documentary Bird health care, as soon as carried out correctly brings years connected with enjoyment, pleasure in addition to enjoyment. BBC Documentary 2015 Unfamiliar to the majority of, you will discover numerous different parrot sub-species between those no more than 3. 3 inches present in Fresh Guinea for you to gigantic versions 3. 3 foot in total present in Core in addition to South america. This Yellow Bird, essentially the most well-known family pet parrots,BBC Documentary 2015 is just about the a number of visually-stunning versions present in the jungles connected with Core The united states. Normally called the Yellow-headed Bird or maybe Yellow-headed Amazon online marketplace, National Geographic Documentary it really is native to the island for you to jungles in addition to mangroves across the waterways connected with Core National places. The stocky system, which can grow to a base in addition to 50 % in total, BBC Documentary 2015 is in fact mostly mild green within color together with yellow-colored plumage with the scalp. This Yellow Parrot's wings usually are reasonably smaller in comparison with the brethren but it is still nevertheless beautiful together with pads connected with scarlet in addition to shiny violet with the shoulder muscles in addition to wings. National Geographic Documentary The shriek whilst in the outrageous sounds human-like. BBC Documentary 2015 As opposed to most other parrots, these types of parrots do not come up with a noise as soon as they are soaring. Bird maintain the Yellow-headed Amazon online marketplace is usually a significant make any difference because doing so needs business. BBC Documentary 2015 Whether it is on your own within the crate, it will eventually look for awareness coming from associates from the family as a substitute. That states this particular by shrieks in addition to sounds each day,National Geographic Documentary if you reside in some position together with neighbors near by, just forget about having such a parrot. Subscribe to my channel : https://goo.gl/wKvt2I Like our page on facebook : https://goo.gl/jg6KHJ
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Mysterious Lost Worlds

Mysterious Lost Worlds

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Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting facts about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos. 7- Melville Range, Australia – In recent years, biologists have discovered that huge boulders concealed a secret rainforest in northern Australia. Only accessible by helicopter, the range is home to many bizarre and unique creatures such as rare frogs, lizards known as skinks, and the leaf-tailed gecko. These creatures have survived millions of years without ever being discovered. Scientists believe the rainforest ecosystem is largely responsible for keeping these new species alive for millions of years. 6- Lake Vostok, Antarctica – A lake under ice, Lake Vostok is the size of Lake Ontario, but sits below 2 miles of ice, making it the largest of Antarctica’s 400 known subglacial lakes. The lake has been assessed to have been covered by ice for at least 15 million years. Scientists have discovered 3,500 life forms below the ice sheets, as well as a complex ecosystem. If what scientists are implying is true, then Lake Vostok has fixed, used and recycled its own limited supply of carbon for several million years – making life on the moon a serious possibility! 5- Palawan Highlands, PhilippinesImagine being a botanist and exploring an isolated corner of an island and unearthing new exotic flowers, never seen by the human eye before. That’s what happened in 2007 when a team of botanists travelled to the Palawan Island in the Philippines and stumbled upon pink ferns, blue mushrooms and even a carnivorous pitcher plant – so big it feeds on rodents and small monkeys! Think Venus flytrap meets Little Shop of Horrors. There are other mysterious forms of life living on this unusual highland located at the top of Mount Victoria and Mount Sagpaw – but they have not been identified yet. 4- Mount Roraima, Venezuela, Brazil, Guyana – A mountain rock formation reaching over 9,000 feet tall marks the border between Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana. It is said that the formation could be as old as 70 million years. No one ever ventured up because of the stories of the bizarre creatures living overhead. The plateau of this amazing place sits high above the clouds, making it seem dreamlike. Said to be the inspiration behind Arthur Conan-Doyle’s The Lost World, this highland serves as home to many never before seen plants, flowers and a unique type of toad called the Roraima Bush Toad. 3- Sima Humboldt & Sima Martel, Venezuela – At first glance Sima Humboldt & Sima Martel just look like a couple of big holes. But upon closer inspection they are actually two giant sink holes that were spotted by a pilot in 1961 on a summit in Venezuela. The vertical walls of both sinkholes have been challenging for plants and animals living on the bottom of both wells to climb. Therefore, over a long time there has developed a unique, small ecosystem with species of plants and animals that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. Many locals believe these holes are mystical and evil, even calling them the gateway to hell. 2- East Scotia Ridge, Southern OceanRight between Antarctica and the tip of South America is an underwater habitat that is 8,000 feet deep and has temperatures reaching 700 degrees F due to hypothermal vents. First explored using a robot in 2010, the ridge is home to a plethora of unknown species including the albino octopus, seven pronged starfish and new type of lobster. They also found a new yeti crab species with hair on its abdomen that they have lovingly dubbed “The Hoff.” 1-Bosavi Crater, New Guinea200,000 years ago, a volcano erupted in New Guinea leaving behind a perfect jungle habitat, bursting with wildlife never before seen to the human eye. Over 40 unknown species have been discovered in the vast jungle of this crater. The types of animals found include a fanged frog, grunting fish, kangaroos that live in trees, birds of paradise, and giant rats that are up to 32 inches long! Researchers have said that the giant rats are not afraid of humans and will even let you hold them. Umm, I think we’re good! If you could visit any one of these lost worlds, which one would it be? Let us know in the comments below. Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel for more awesome videos like this one. Thanks for watching!
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SAVE OUR PLANET - Venezuela Announces Protection Measures for Wildlife

SAVE OUR PLANET - Venezuela Announces Protection Measures for Wildlife

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SAVE OUR PLANET... Venezuelan courts announce new wildlife protection measures that include a widespread ban on hunting in protected areas as well as prohibiting possession or commercialization of songbirds and other animals.
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Venezuela

Venezuela

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Venezuela - officially titled Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (Spanish: República Bolivariana de Venezuela), is a tropical country on the northern coast of South America. It is a continental mainland with numerous islands located off its coastline in the Caribbean Sea. Venezuela possesses recognized borders with Guyana to the east of the Essequibo river, Brazil to the south, and Colombia to the west. Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, St. Lucia, Barbados, Curaçao, Bonaire, Aruba, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and the Leeward Antilles lie just north, off the Venezuelan coast. Its size is 916,445 km² with an estimated population of 26,414,816. Its capital is Caracas. The colors of the Venezuelan flag are yellow, blue and red, in that order: the yellow stands for land wealth, the blue for courage, and the red for independence from Spain. A former Spanish colony, which has been an independent republic since 1821, Venezuela holds territorial disputes with Guyana, largely concerning the Essequibo area, and with Colombia concerning the Gulf of Venezuela. In 1895, after the dispute over the Essequibo river border flared up, it was submitted to a "neutral" commission (composed of United Kingdom, USA and Russian representatives and without a direct Venezuelan representative), which in 1899 decided mostly against Venezuela's claim.[4] Venezuela is known widely for its petroleum industry, the environmental diversity of its territory, and its natural features. Venezuela is considered to be among the world's 18 most biodiverse countries,[5] featuring diverse wildlife in a variety of protected habitats. Venezuela is among the most urbanized countries in Latin America;[6][7] the vast majority of Venezuelans live in the cities of the north, especially in the capital Caracas which is also the largest city. Other major cities include Maracaibo, Valencia, Maracay, Barquisimeto and Ciudad Guayana. ( wikipedia )
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Orinoco Delta Expedition - Apamate Tours Venezuela

Orinoco Delta Expedition - Apamate Tours Venezuela

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Live an adventure in the Orinoco Delta tropical swamp forest, filled with wild life and cultural experiences. learn the warao indigenous life style and the secrets of their tree of life. go pirahna fishing and aligator hunting, find the mysterious pink river dolphin and enjoy of the sounds of thousands of birds and howler monkey as your wake up call. Discover Venezuela go to: http://www.experiencevenezuela.com
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Out Of The Wild   Venezuela   Part 4

Out Of The Wild Venezuela Part 4

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Crocodiles - Crocodiles in Cuba and Venezuela | Explora Films EN | Explora FIlms EN

Crocodiles - Crocodiles in Cuba and Venezuela | Explora Films EN | Explora FIlms EN

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Crocodiles - Crocodiles in Cuba and Venezuela For more amazing wildlife subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1qkhe8C They have been on the Earth for 80 million years. They hunted and outlasted the dinosaurs, spreading throughout the rivers of four continents. They have survived mass extinctions, glaciations and geological cataclysms, they are the last survivors. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/explorafilms TWITTER: https://twitter.com/explorafilms
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Birdwatching Los Llanos del Orinoco Venezuela with Joe Klaiber - Part 2

Birdwatching Los Llanos del Orinoco Venezuela with Joe Klaiber - Part 2

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Bird watching Los Llanos del Orinoco Venezuela with Joe Klaiber These birds are several birds and wildlife we see frequently on our excursions to Los Llanos del Orinoco. Some of the birds are filmed in the garden of the lodges where we stay. Have also a look at our websites like www.casa-vieja-merida.com to see our lodges. Local bird lists and some of the recording of the bird songs and calls of Venezuela, recorded by Joe Klaiber you will find at www.birds-venezuela.de. Also have a look at our other YouTube Videos like "Bird watching the Andes and Henri Pittier national park Venezuela with Joe Klaiber" and "Bird watching Los Llanos del Orinoco Venezuela with Joe Klaiber - Part 1". www.birds-venezuela.de www.casa-vieja-merida.com
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Colonia Tovar, Venezuela, German colony HD

Colonia Tovar, Venezuela, German colony HD

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Colonia Tovar (English: Tovar Colony) is a town of Venezuela, capital of the municipality Tovar in Aragua state. Founded in 1843 by a group of immigrants from the then independent state of Baden (later incorporated into Germany), is characterized by maintaining the cultural imprint of their origin, so it is called "the Germany of the Caribbean". The economy depends primarily on agriculture and tourism; and the town is located 42 kilometres (26 miles) from Caracas. The Colonia is known for its temperate crops (peaches, strawberries, beets, cauliflower, carrots, cabbage, chard, broccoli, lettuce, onions and potatoes) and their derivatives. Since 1990 has shown a high rate of population growth, rising from 3,373 to 14,309 inhabitants in 2001. Hydrography, flora and fauna[edit] View of a typical mill in Colonia Tovar. The hydrography of Tovar municipality is divided into three basins: of the Caribbean Sea, formed by the rivers: San Miguel, Ocumare, Cata, Aroa and Tuy, of the Orinoco River, formed by the Memo River and the Guárico River, and the endorheic of Lake Valencia where empty into the Rivers of Aragua, Turmero, Maracay, Tapa-tapa, Tocorón and Las Minas. The River Aragua, southern boundary of the Colonia Tovar, was formed by the confluence of the rivers Gabante and Curtidor, a level of «Pie de Cerro», at north of La Victoria. The River Gabante, in turn, is tributary to Quebrada Honda, while the River Curtidor converge River San Carlos and Quebrada Coche. All these rivers and streams rise in the high mountains surrounding the Colonia Tovar. The headwaters of the Tuy River are near the town. In its first stage is a mountain river. The city is located in a catchment area of the river, which forms a kind of amphitheater. The Colonia is located within Codazzi Peak Natural Monument and near the Henri Pittier National Park. In addition to its diverse climate zones and flora, The Colonia Tovar has a great diversity of wildlife, mainly species of birds, which includes a total of 578 registered species. The region has a rich fauna, recognized for its biodiversity, especially migratory birds. Mammals and snakes also contribute to the diversity of this area. View of a house in Colonia Tovar. In the Estación Biológica de Rancho Grande is a zoological museum with the species of the area, plus an informative trail of interpretation of the biological processes that occur in the Cloud Forest. It also has facilities and equipment for users to review the material under appropriate conditions such as magnifying glasses, water, trays and instruments of measurement and accessible literature. Among the diverse flora include orchids, bromeliads and varieties of tree ferns. The fauna is characteristic of cloud forest; is habitat for many species due to its status climax. Among the wildlife species most characteristic referred to in Golden-headed Quetzal, Toucan beak emerald bottle, also known by the residents with the name "tiátaro." Among the most common primates include Black howler, there are also Hummingbird coludo blue and Tiles swallows. Also common Tara butterfly, Mountaineer armadillo and many more. There are two paths: the road to El Junquito and route La Victoria, the last of a remarkable beauty.
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Strange Things In the Amazon Forest  BBC wildlife documentary - Documenatry & Discovery ™ HD Channel

Strange Things In the Amazon Forest BBC wildlife documentary - Documenatry & Discovery ™ HD Channel

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National geographic - Strange Things In the Amazon Forest - BBC wildlife animal documentary The Amazon rainforest (Portuguese: Floresta Amazônica or Amazônia; Spanish: Selva Amazónica, Amazonía or usually Amazonia; French: Forêt amazonienne; Dutch: Amazoneregenwoud), also known in English as Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle, is a moist broadleaf forest that covers most of the Amazon basin of South America. This basin encompasses 7,000,000 square kilometres (2,700,000 sq mi), of which 5,500,000 square kilometres (2,100,000 sq mi) are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging to nine nations. The majority of the forest is contained within Brazil, with 60% of the rainforest, followed by Peru with 13%, Colombia with 10%, and with minor amounts in Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. States or departments in four nations contain "Amazonas" in their names. The Amazon represents over half of the planet's remaining rainforests, and comprises the largest and most biodiverse tract of tropical rainforest in the world, with an estimated 390 billion individual trees divided into 16,000 species. We want to hear your opinion! Like & Comment. Don't Forget To LIKE this video! We share information only for educational purposes Subscribe & Join us : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC53SAzzOwgVE08y2A2b9RNw?sub_confirmation=1 (SUBSCRIBE) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC53SAzzOwgVE08y2A2b9RNw?sub_confirmation=1 ----- THANK YOU, for Supporting us with your important Feedback! We love ♥ space"
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More airlines suspend flights to Venezuela as crisis deepens

More airlines suspend flights to Venezuela as crisis deepens

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Venezuela's economic crisis is not only causing a scarcity of food and medicine, but now also of airlines. In the last week, three more airlines have suspended flights to Caracas. They argue they can no longer afford to operate there, as long as the government is unwilling or unable to meet its contractual obligations. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Wildlife of Venezuela (HD1080p)

Wildlife of Venezuela (HD1080p)

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Los llanos, Venezuela (venezuela tony martin wildlife)

Los llanos, Venezuela (venezuela tony martin wildlife)

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Wildlife

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el sa son loco de venezuela
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BBC Natural WORLD - Monkey Eating Eagle Of The Orinoco.

BBC Natural WORLD - Monkey Eating Eagle Of The Orinoco.

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The harpy eagle is the most powerful bird of prey in the world, plucking monkeys from the branches of the jungle canopy. Rare and elusive, they are seldom seen, but with the discovery of a harpy nest in the remote Orinoco rainforest of Venezuela, wildlife filmmaker Fergus Beeley has a unique opportunity to follow the life of a chick from birth to adulthood. Fergus ascends high into the canopy to reveal a stunning world of color and sound, following the trials of the harpy eagle's newly hatched chick as it grows up. Fergus becomes just another member of the dazzling community of birds and animals surrounding the harpy nest and develops an unexpectedly close bond with the chick.
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14 Fantastic Phenomena of Nature

14 Fantastic Phenomena of Nature

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From the dangerously awesome FIRE Tornado, to the the never ending thunder storm in Venezuela, these are 14 FANTASTIC Phenomena of Nature ! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife
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