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C ветерком в Гелоть. На снегоходе за крупным окунем.

C ветерком в Гелоть. На снегоходе за крупным окунем.

I know where to find fish, follow me! Fishing a la Bratsk Hi, welcome to Fishing a la Bratsk channel in our new winter hut We will be starting our overviews on our outfit and tackle. Ask your questions, and we’ll show you the answers. And here is the 7th episode of “Fishing a la …

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This Is the Only Proven Way to Deter a Great White Shark | The Swim

This Is the Only Proven Way to Deter a Great White Shark | The Swim

In the story of an epic journey across the Pacific Ocean, one particular character might quickly come to mind. Ben saw it first, actually; it was just straight on the bow of the boat three meters away – it was, like, bigger than Ben. Before we left, we finally managed to get in touch with …

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Japan’s Last “Ama” – The Female Fishers Who Free-Dive For Seafood (HBO)

Japan’s Last “Ama” – The Female Fishers Who Free-Dive For Seafood (HBO)

The Ama, or sea-women, practice a Japanese fishing tradition that dates back at least 5,000 years. With few options to make a living, women learned to dive for abalone, sea cucumber, and other delicacies to sell at the markets. The Ama plunge as deep as 60 feet in freezing water with no oxygen tanks, using …

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Scuba Diving Tips: Caribbean Fish Identification : How to Identify Queen Angelfish

Scuba Diving Tips: Caribbean Fish Identification : How to Identify Queen Angelfish

The fish that we are going to identify now is the Queen Angelfish. Queen Angelfish are common in the waters of Florida and the Bahamas, but less commonly seen in other parts of the Caribbean compared to other angelfishes, such as the Gray Angelfish or the French Angelfish. What’s the easiest way to identify the …

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Underwater Diving Highlights #2: July 2015 Sightings | GoPro HERO4

Underwater Diving Highlights #2: July 2015 Sightings | GoPro HERO4

Rhinopias Aphenas (Lacy Scorpionfish) Nembrotha Kubaryana Hawksbill Turtle Humpback Coral Wrasse Peacock Mantis Shrimp Textile Cone Shell Purple Fire Goby Black-Spotted Moray (not Honeycomb!) Chestnut Jawfish Tiger Egg Cowrie Comet LongFin False Western Clownfish Mating Red Reef Octopi Common BigEye Harlequin Crab Striped Eel Catfish Yellow Snapper Kuhl Stingray (not Bluespotted!) Harlequin Shrimp Electric File …