Welcome!! ~ Feel free to Like & Subscribe ~ - One of the great challenges we face in exploring the oceans is to get close to marine life without disturbing it. Enter freediver Frederic Buyle, whose noiseless diving lets him approach even shy animals. Buyle, who can descend 50 meters on a single breath and stay there for up to four minutes, teams up with underwater cameraman Christian Petron (The Big Blue). Whether in Polynesia, Mexico or the Mediterranean, they work closely with scientists and locals to find answers to the mysteries of our oceans. - For more interesting documentaries click https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_3HLU68yH5hMSg8rklnyw
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Mediterranean Sea!! Greece, beautiful sea and small fishes eating! Funny moment, the small black fish which looks at the mirror and scared of itself!! https://youtu.be/j70Hu5QO4us Μεσόγειος θάλασσα!! Ελλάδα, πανέμορφη θάλασσα και μικρά ψάρια που τρώνε!
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A look at the wilderness and creatures of the environments in and around Israel.
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In this harrowing film Sky’s Mark Stone witnesses the extraordinary rescue of hundreds of migrants off Libya's coast. Shows scenes of migrant rescues and dead bodies. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skynews and https://twitter.com/skynewsbreak Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skynews Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/skynews For more content go to http://news.sky.com and download our apps: Apple https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/sky-news/id316391924?mt=8 Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bskyb.skynews.android&hl=en_GB
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Survivors of a Mediterranean shipwreck on Wednesday say about 100 migrants are still missing. Their boat capsized during the perilous journey from North Africa to a better life in Europe. More than 6,000 have been rescued since Monday. Seth Doane reports.
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Video footage of red corals in the Mediterranean Sea.
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Learn about calculus, algebra, gravitational physics and more with a free trial and 20% off here at; https://brilliant.org/reallifelore/ Please Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2dB7VTO Music is by Brandon Maahs. Check out his website and music by clicking this link: http://www.brandonmaahs.com/audio-reel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealLifeLore/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealLifeLore1 Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/RealLifeLore/ Subreddit is moderated by Oliver Bourdouxhe Special thanks to my Patrons: Juan Rodriguez, Danny Clemens, Owen, Mary-Helen Burns, Jarrell Hawkins, Conor Dillon, Donna, Michael Aufiero, Mohammad Abu Hawash, MechanoidOrange and Greenlandia. Videos explaining things. Mostly over topics like history, geography, economics and science. We believe that the world is a wonderfully fascinating place, and you can find wonder anywhere you look. That is what our videos attempt to convey. Currently, we try our best to release one video every week. Bear with us :) Sources and further reading; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantropa https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messinian_salinity_crisis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lapse_rate#Dry_adiabatic_lapse_rate http://www.geologie.ens.fr/spiplabocnrs/IMG/gif/CarteEastmed.gif https://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/10/5089/2010/acp-10-5089-2010.html
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Six million years ago the continents of Africa and Europe collided to close the Strait of Gibralter. Starved of water, the Mediterranean Sea evaporated to form a vast desert. The legacy of this vanished ocean? A million years' worth of salt deposited in mines half a kilimetre beneath the island of Sicily. Extraordinary footage taken from the ground-breaking BBC series Earth: The Power of the Planet. Visit http://www.bbcearth.com for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos and watch more high quality videos on the new BBC Earth YouTube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/bbcearth
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Check out the most dangerous sea creatures! This top 10 list of scary deep sea monsters has some of the most terrifying ocean animals you won't believe exist! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "STRANGEST Things Found In The Ocean!" video here: https://youtu.be/XYfqi5VNgac Watch our "STRANGEST Things Found In The Philippines!" video here: https://youtu.be/vwIIeiOhTJ0 Watch our "Most STRANGE Things Found On The Beach!" video here: https://youtu.be/cQjpze_4z5U 8. Titan Triggerfish There's a misconception when swimming in the ocean that it's "obvious" which creatures will attack you and which ones won't. Like the Titan Triggerfish. Take a look at it. What do you think? Looks like a pretty regular fish right? Exactly! Plus, if you do a little research on Triggerfish as a species, they're actually pretty friendly fish, but this one is in a league of its own, and not in a good way. 7. Flower Urchin While some creatures might look like harmless plants, be careful because appearances can be deceiving!! The flower urchin looks like a nice little bouquet of flowers, and it is one of the most frequently encountered sea urchins. Which is not that great because these echinoderms know how to attack when the time is right! 6. Eels Eels are special creatures, and there are many different types of them living underneath the waters. And many you need to be careful of. Some just like to strike, but others, like the Electric Eel, like to just send a shock through your system. The Electric Eel is a creature that can well and truly charge itself up for an attack, and given that you're most likely underwater when you meet this creature, it means the attack is all the more potent. 5. Barracuda Barracuda are pretty recognizable fish. Not only does it get a bad rap because it killed Nemo’s family, but also because of it’s razor sharp teeth and long shiny body. Of all the different types of Barracuda, the Great Barracuda is the most impressive. After all, it has the name "Great" in it. This creature can be up to six feet long, which is pretty menacing on its own, but its trademark is its speed. 4. Pufferfish There are many fish in the oceans that scare people away, but for entirely different reasons. While an eel or a barracuda is a physical threat, a Pufferfish is a threat inside and out. On the outside, the Puffer Fish has plenty of spines, and if threatened, such as when a human approaches it, it'll fill itself with water and even air, to make it look much larger than before. It’s more of a sentence if you try to swallow it, but actually I think it’s kind of cute. 3. Stingray The Stingray is one creature that everyone should fear and respect. While their attacks are rare, they do happen, and like some other creatures on this list, they’re not afraid of attacking when they feel provoked. The most famous case of a Stingray attack was the strike and killing of beloved zookeeper and animal conservationist Steve Irwin, aka the Crocodile Hunter. 2. Sharks You don’t need me to tell you about sharks! While you can argue that sharks have always been feared, it was "Jaws" that helped bring the hysteria of sharks attacking humans to life. Which is actually kind of ironic, as most shark species DON'T attack humans, even when provoked. Shark attacks are actually pretty low when you look at statistics from around the world. 1. Box Jellyfish Surprised? I know it may seem like sharks are the obvious answer for dangerous sea creatures, but when it comes to the Box Jellyfish, it's a whole other story. The Box Jellyfish lives in the Indo-Pacific region and northern Australia. As such, more people are killed in Australia by the Jellyfish than snakes, sharks and crocodiles...combined! Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
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What lurks below at the deepest points of the Mediterranean Sea? Equipped with a two-man submarine and a remotely operated deep-sea camera, this team will find out. Subscribe for new videos every week! Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Catch-270054960445697/ Content licensed from Sky Vision to Little Dot Studios. Produced by Tesche Dokcumentarfilm-Produktion. #Deepsea #Deepseacreatures #fish #sharks #crabs #coral #deepseaexploration #education #fishing
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Do you feel stressed out or just want a short break? Then take a few deep breaths and look at the video. Enjoy the relaxation and calm when watching the video. Subscribe for upcoming relax videos! If you have any idea for a video, just let me know. Thanks for watching! Fishes: Painted Comer (Serranus scriba) Schriftbarsch, Yellow Cluster Anemone (Parazoanthus axinellae) Gelbe Krustenanemone, monk fish (Chromis chromis) Mönchsfisch, Wrasse (Thalassoma pavo) Meerpfau. Date: November 2013 Location: SEA LIFE Munich/ SEA LIFE München, Germany Camera: Sony HDR-CX550 Cut: Cyberlink Powerdirector 11 Music: "Impact Lento" - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Check out his homepage http://incompetech.com He has got fantastic music.
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The second part of the journey from Croatia goes from the island of Vis to Dubrovnik. At the time of communist Yugoslavia, but also long before, Vis was restricted due to its excellent strategic position. Also Tito's partisan army had its headquarters in a cave in Mount Hum. The waters around Vis count to the most fishy of the Adriatic. Far above its regional boundaries, however, Vis is neither known for its wine nor for the rich fish rich in the sea. The Blue Grotto of Bisevo is the main reason for many tourists coming from Split or from the surrounding islands. Makarska is the most famous tourist resort on the Croatian Riviera. After the war in Croatia in the 1990s, the city was modernized with great effort. The historic old town experienced an addition to new hotels, restaurants and shops. With an area of 396 square kilometers, Brac is the third largest island of the Adriatic and the largest of Croatia. The "goldene Horn", a sandhorn about 300 m long, is the tourist landmark. However, Brac is known worldwide, especially among the handworkers. The white house in Washington / USA was built from the snow-white Bracer limestone. Another important place is the island of Korcula. The parents of Marco Polo, the most important seafarer of European history, lived here. Whether her famous son was born here, is not handed down. Highlight of this part of the trip to Croatia is the visit of the city of Dubrovnik, the city of churches and monasteries.
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The Migrants Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) is a privately funded search-and-rescue vessel, was founded in 2013 and is made up of international humanitarian workers, security professionals, medical staff and maritime officers. Subscribe to The Guardian ► http://is.gd/subscribeguardian The Guardian spent five days with MOAS meeting its crew as they search for and save migrants stranded at sea. During the first six months of 2015, an estimated 137,000 migrants tried to cross the Mediterranean sea - the majority fleeing war, conflict or persecution. Support the Guardian charity appeal for the refugee crisis and donate at ► http://www.theguardian.com/charity-appeal-donations Guardian website ► http://is.gd/guardianhome Endboard videos: Death at Sea ► http://bit.ly/deathatseadoc Calais Migrants: get to England or die trying ► http://bit.ly/calaismigrants Guardian playlists: Comment is Free ► http://is.gd/cifplaylist Guardian Docs ► http://is.gd/guardiandocs Guardian Animations & Explanations ►http://is.gd/explainers Guardian Investigations ► http://is.gd/guardianinvestigations Other Guardian channels on YouTube: Watch Me Date ► http://is.gd/watchmedate Guardian Football ► http://is.gd/guardianfootball Guardian Music ► http://is.gd/guardianYTmusic Guardian Australia ► http://is.gd/guardianaustralia Guardian Tech ► http://is.gd/guardiantech Guardian Culture ► http://is.gd/guardianculture Guardian Wires ► http://is.gd/guardianwires Guardian Food ► http://is.gd/guardianfood More Guardian videos: Mos Def force fed in Gitmo procedure ► http://is.gd/mosdef Edward Snowden interview ► http://is.gd/snowdeninterview2014 Bangladeshi Sex Workers take steroids ► http://is.gd/sexworkers How your phone spies on you ► http://is.gd/phonespying What is freedom today? ► http://is.gd/zizekcif 30 Stone man enters Mr Gay UK ► http://is.gd/stavros Fighting Isis in Kobani ► http://is.gd/fightingisis How does Ebola kill? ► http://is.gd/ebolakills The SlumGods of Mumbai ► http://is.gd/slumgods Jesus "would have been an atheist" ► http://is.gd/dawkinsjesus The new global menace ► http://is.gd/owenjonescif
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The sea crossing from Libya to Europe has claimed more than two thousand lives so far this year - as desperate men women and children crowd onto small boats - in the hope of reaching Europe. For the past month a BBC team has been on board the biggest NGO ship in the region - run by Doctors Without Borders. Rami Ruyahem reports on the latest tactics to stop the smugglers. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBX37n4R0UGJN-TLiQOm7ZTP Big Hitters https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUME-LUrFkDwFmiEc3jwMXP Just Good News https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUsYo_P26cjihXLN-k3w246
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Protogynous species; females change sex to become males; specimen above 18 cm length are all males. Feeds on small gastropods, sea urchins, shrimp, worms, isopods and amphipods. Buries itself in sand at night or when frightened. (Meerjunker - in German)
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The Mediterranean seabed holds treasures from thousands of years of trade across its shores. Among the scattered shipwrecks, divers can also find rich coral reefs full of natural wonders, as well as the racing blue fin tuna. Loved by Jacques Cousteau, this sea holds abundant life, but the monk seal and other forms of marine life in the Mediterranean are being threatened by overfishing, development and pollution.
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▶FULL DOCUMENTARIES | http://planetdoc.tv/playlist-full-documentaries ▶ Spanish video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEVOEscMXkY Ten million years ago, the Mediterranean Sea basin was an enormous desert valley, with tall mountains forming huge canyons and hyper-saline lakes. The Mediterranean we know today was formed a little over 5 million years ago, when the rock dike that had formed in the Strait of Gibraltar collapsed, and the Atlantic came roaring in. Creating the largest waterfall in history, what took millennia to become arid, filled up again in just a few years. Nowadays, the Strait of Gibraltar is still an indispensible source that maintains the levels of the Mediterranean, since it loses more water to evaporation than the amount that rivers empty into it. In the early XXI century, many species are in a state of great imbalance due to incessant human pressure, pollution and overfishing. But this young sea - in geologic terms – is surprisingly fertile, functioning as a global organism made up of millions of living beings closely linked to one another. Animals that range from the mythical colossi to the smallest of invertebrates form a chain in which each link is indispensible for the whole to function properly. The diverse biocenoses are closely linked by the various forms of life that live in its different stratums. Many species, forced by seasonal migrations, cross over its waters or settle temporarily in search of food and mate. Others, who inhabit them, wait for optimal reproductive conditions. Alchemy is produced in its warm waters; the most basic nutrients, gently swayed by the currents, make up the breeding ground for life. All of these beings live together, all cogs in the wheel of the macro organism that is the Mediterranean Sea, known in Ancient Times as Mare Nostrum. In this enclosed sea, there is a prodigious biological diversity, with a high degree of closely linked endemism. Unfortunately, many species are in grave danger due to pollution, overfishing and the environment’s devastation. Over the last few decades, we’ve almost done away with a natural inheritance millions of years old. Few are the mythical colossi that huff near these coasts inspiring legends anymore. The ancient sea of the Romans, the “Mare Nostrum”...isn’t it still our sea? The sea that washes over three continents, that has seen the birth of hundreds of cultures since the origin of man and that still feeds us... It’s in our hands to learn from the mistakes and change our mindset, substituting our predatory attitude with another that is more sustainable and less aggressive with the environment. After thousands of years supplying enormous resources to empires that have ruled its coasts at its expense, we now better understand the biological function of this small ocean. But we continue on without valuing the importance of its incredible biodiversity, without which, the sea wouldn’t be more than water and salt. And us? ... Who knows what would have become of us without our sea.
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In recent months, tens of thousands of desperate souls have been saved from certain death in the frigid waters of the Mediterranean. Recently, the crew of the Red Cross MOAS Responder agreed to let The Fifth Estate come onboard to join in one of their rescue missions. As our cameras rolled, on a single day, hundreds of migrants were plucked from listing wooden boats and rubber dinghies. The CBC's Nahlah Ayed chronicles the huge international effort to save migrants who seek a better life in Europe but often risk death getting there. --- Subscribe for more videos from the fifth estate : http://bit.ly/25W8cpn Connect with the fifth estate online : Website : http://bit.ly/1d0FBxq Facebook : http://bit.ly/1UO9B8S Twitter : http://bit.ly/237VM8P Instagram : http://bit.ly/25W8SLs About the fifth estate : For four decades the fifth estate has been Canada's premier investigative documentary program. Hosts Bob McKeown, Gillian Findlay and Mark Kelley continue a tradition of provocative and fearless journalism. the fifth estate brings in-depth investigations that matter to Canadians – delivering a dazzling parade of political leaders, controversial characters and ordinary people whose lives were touched by triumph or tragedy.
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In Summer 2011, Oceana's Ranger embarked upon an expedition in the Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic to explore seamounts and sea canyons. These unique ocean habitats are generally teeming with marine life, but are relatively unexplored due to their depth and complex terrain. This video was filmed during a dive near Granada, Spain on July 16th, 2011. A variety of fish, corals, sea slugs and a camouflaging octopus all make appearances. Visit http://na.oceana.org/en/explore/creatures to learn more about the species featured here and other fascinating marine life. Filmed and edited by Gorka Leclercq.
Views: 3024 Oceana
The Mediterranean supports countries in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa—but its fish stocks are almost completely collapsed. Meet the man who is leading attempts to revive its marine habitats. Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: https://econ.st/2xvTKdy This is the extraordinary story of one man’s dream to save the most over-fished sea in the world. Zafer Kizilkaya has almost single handedly turned a ravaged bay in Turkey into one of the most effective and thriving marine conservation areas in the Mediterranean. His hope is to inspire others to bring marine life back to one of the most famous but damaged parts of the ocean. It’s a chilly December morning on Turkey’s eastern-Mediterranean coast and Zafer Kizilkaya is a man on a mission. He’s dedicated to enforcing the no-fishing zones that he has helped create here in Gokova Bay. Within just 20 minutes Zafer and one of his rangers have spotted something suspicious. Since marine conservationist Zafer set up the ranger system here in partnership with the Turkish authorities they’ve seen a significant drop in illegal fishing. It all began after Zafer first visited Gokova Bay in 2008 on a research trip from his home city of Istanbul. The damage he witnessed to marine life compelled him to stay and devote his life to repairing this. Zafer lobbied his government to make the bay a protected area and ten years on his research suggests marine life has increased by 800% within his no-fishing zones. But the revival faced another threat new species of fish coming into the Mediterranean through the Suez Canal. These invaders were eating the native fishes’ food and grazing parts of the seabed bare so Zafer had to adapt and come up with an innovative solution. To make this work, he had to hook the local population into eating these unfamiliar fish and that meant persuading people to change their diets. Zafer’s vision has delivered the bonus of raising the incomes of local fisher people by 400% and bringing a previously decimated industry back to life. Visit the fishing co-operative here and you’ll find an array of invasive species for sale caught outside the no-fishing zones. Zafer’s innovations have delivered for both people and planet in this small bay and he’s now working to create another marine protected area in Turkey. It looks like a lonely mission. Latest figures show just 0.04% of the Mediterranean is a no-fishing zone 50 times lower than the average for the whole ocean. Zafer is going to need all the help he can get. For more from Economist Films visit: http://films.economist.com/ Check out The Economist’s full video catalogue: http://econ.st/20IehQk Like The Economist on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEconomist/ Follow The Economist on Twitter: https://twitter.com/theeconomist Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theeconomist/ Follow us on Medium: https://medium.com/@the_economist
Views: 192636 The Economist
SUPPORT US ON PATREON AND HAVE ACCES TO EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS: www.patreon.com/lavidaavela This Episode is a reduced version for YOUTUBE of our original Movie "DREAMING". you can see the full movie on: VIMEO ON DEMAND/ LA VIDA A VELA We're SORRY to have to CENSOR some scenes to adapt this YOUTUBE version to the very restrictive YOUTUBE COMMUNITY NORMS about nudity. We have spent some fantastic days in the Bay of Propriano, Corsica. We swam and relaxed aboard the sailboat in the company of our friends. Now we are heading north of Corsica, we will visit the town of Cargèse where we will discover the beautiful music of Corsica. ------------------------------------------------------------ Hemos pasado unos dias fantásticos en la bahia de Propriano, Corcega. Hemos nadado y nos hemos relajado a bordo del velero en compañía de nuestros amigos. Ahora seguimos rumbo hacia el Norte de Corcega y visitaremos el pueblo de Cargèse donde por casualidad descubriremos la preciosa música de Corcega. ----------------------------------------------------------- Hem passat uns dies fantàstics a la badia de Propriano, Còrsega. Hem nedat i ens hem relaxat a bord del veler en companyia dels nostres amics. Ara ens dirigim al nord de Còrsega i visitarem la vila de Cargèse on per casualitat descobrirem la bonica música de Còrsega.
Views: 186194 La Vida a Vela
SUPPORT US ON PATREON AND HAVE ACCES TO EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS: www.patreon.com/lavidaavela This Episode is a reduced version for YOUTUBE of our original Movie "SLOW LIFE". you can see the full movie on: VIMEO ON DEMAND/ LA VIDA A VELA We're SORRY to have to CENSOR some scenes to adapt this YOUTUBE version to the very restrictive YOUTUBE COMMUNITY NORMS about nudity. In this episode... We sail towards the north of Corsica, discovering the Capo Rossu and the most mountainous and isolated area of the island. We will visit the Cala di Tuara and meet its peculiar inhabitants. _____________________________________________ Navegamos hacia el norte de Corcega, descubriendo el Capo Rossu y la zona mas montañosa y aislada de la Isla. Visitaremos la Cala di Tuara y nos encontraremos con sus peculiares habitantes. _______________________________________________ Naveguem cap al nord de Corsega, descobrint el Capo Rossu i la zona més muntanyosa i aïllada de l'illa. Tambe visitarem la Cala di Tuara i ens trobarem amb els seus peculiars habitants
Views: 18506 La Vida a Vela
Sea creatures you never knew existed. These animals lived in the deepest parts of the ocean & you should be glad that these fish are extinct. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] 12 The Dumbo octopus The Dumbo octopus is a species of octopi that resembles the title character of the Disney film. It has prominent ear-like fins making it look like a baby elephant’s head. The Dumbo octopus lives at depths of over 13,000 feet below sea level. They grow to almost 6ft in length and weigh up to 13 pounds. 11 Ocean Sunfish The ocean sunfish is the heaviest bony fish in the world, weighing between 545 and 2,205 pounds. Living on a diet of sea jellies and small fish, which it has to consume in very large quantities because of their poor nutritional value. 10 Humpback Anglerfish The humpback anglerfish, also known as the humpback black devil, lives at depths ranging from 800 to 13,000 feet below the ocean’s surface. They have black soft bodies and large heads, widened mouths and long pointed teeth. Females are capable of eating prey even larger than themselves. 9 Amphipoda Amphipoda is an order of crustaceans that range in size from 0.03 inches to 13.4 inches. Their bodies are laterally compressed and have no carapace. The most interesting thing about amphipods is their feeding behavior. There are more than 9.900 species, and some are flesh-eating scavengers. Amphipods have two front pairs of legs with large claws. 8 Sarcastic Fringehead The sarcastic fringehead is a small fish with a large Predator-like mouth and aggressive territorial behavior. It can only grow up to 12 inches long and lives in the Pacific, off the coast of North America, from San Francisco, California to central Baja California. 7 Pelican eel The Pelican eel, also known as the gulper eel, has a very large mouth which it can open wide enough to swallow bigger fish. Gulper eels live at extreme depths from 1,600 to almost 10,000 ft. 6 Pacific Viperfish The Pacific viperfish lives in the abyssal depths of the deep sea and is easily recognized by its large open mouth. It’s a predatory fish that can reach lengths of 1 foot and it has an iridescent dark silver body. Pacific viperfish cannot close their mouths due to their very large fang-like teeth which they use to trap their prey with. They also have a light or gone located at the end of their dorsal fin rays. 5 Abyssal ghostsharks Pointy-nosed blue chimaeras or more commonly known as abyssal ghostsharks are sea creatures that live in temperate ocean floors down to 6,500 feet deep. They are believed to be some of the oldest fish in existence, as they branched off from sharks nearly 400 million years ago. 4 Stargazer Fish Stargazers are a family of fish that camouflage themselves in the sand on the ocean floor and attack when a fish swims by. Their eyes are mounted on the top of their heads and they have upward facing mouths. Stargazers have two large venomous spines located above their pectoral fins and some species can also cause electric shock. Their way of attacking other fish combined with their ability to cause electric shock and the fact that they also have venomous spines, have caused some to refer to stargazers as “the meanest things in creation”. 3 Immortal Jellyfish The immortal jellyfish is a species of biologically undying jellyfish. It’s found in the Mediterranean Sea and the waters of Japan and has no maximum lifespan. It begins life as a larva and settles down to the sea floor, where it gives rise to a colony of polyps. Each polyp and jellyfish arising from a single larva is a genetically identical clone. The polyps morph into an extensively branched form. Jellyfish then bud off the polyps and continue their life in a free-swimming form. 2 Water Bears Water bears are micro-animals that resemble bears and are believed to be the toughest and most resilient animals on the planet. They can survive incredibly harsh conditions such as exposure to extreme temperatures or pressures, radiation, air deprivation, dehydration and even starvation. They can go without food or water for more than 30 years. Their barrel-shaped bodies usually only grow up to 0.02 inches long and have four pairs of legs, each with four to eight claws. 1 Sea Spiders The sea spider is not really an arachnid, but a marine arthropod. It got the name from its eerie resemblance to a spider. It has eight long legs and a small body. Most species of sea spiders are so small that each of their muscles consists of only one cell. They’re most common in shallow waters where they’re usually found walking along the bottom.
Views: 555944 They will Kill You
In Summer 2011, Oceana's Ranger embarked upon an expedition in the Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic to explore seamounts and sea canyons. These unique ocean habitats are generally teeming with marine life, but are relatively unexplored due to their depth and complex terrain. This video was filmed during a dive near Almería, Spain on July 10th, 2011. A variety of fish, corals, and starfish all make appearances. Visit http://na.oceana.org/en/explore/creatures to learn more about the species featured here and other fascinating marine life. Filmed and edited by Gorka Leclercq.
Views: 1371 Oceana
United Nations - Plastic - both a wonderful invention and a scourge on our planet. Over 300 million tons will be produced this year. Most is never recycled and remains on our land and in our seas for ever. Our story shows the damage to all creatures who depend on the ocean for their food – from birds… to us. 21st Century: Episode #126 This is an adaptation from the original documentary “A Plastic Ocean” by the Plastic Oceans Foundation Script: http://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/21stcshow126plasticocean.pdf
Views: 1310841 United Nations
Growing up I (Leah) was fortunate enough to travel a lot and snorkelling was my dad's passion. He would swim for miles and return home with sea shells and amazing stories about sea life. When I was old enough, he'd take me out snorkelling with him and it was the most incredible feeling I had ever had - it was so freeing. I genuinely can't explain how wonderful it is seeing this whole new little world that is below us. But, after having a terribly bad experience under water as a child, I become deathly afraid and after years of not swimming, I forgot how to. Literally, all I can do now is doggy paddle (which is hilarious for everyone around me). When we went to Mallorca, I decided to pick up some cheap snorkels from a local shop and see what was beneath us close to the shore. Owen isn't a huge fan of the sea at all, he'd much prefer a swimming pool - but, I managed to convince him to come out with me. We didn't go too far, most footage is from super close to the shore. It is breathtaking what you can see in Mallorca without even trying. We did end up hiring a small little paddle boat and went out to an island in Magaluf (that's a whole different story). It was so crazy being able to jump out of the boat and see the sea life further out. I didn't intend on making any video's at all - I filmed everything to show my dad who couldn't swim because of an ear infection but it was such a beautiful, calming experience & something I wanted to remember forever. Not being able to swim & Owen not being comfortable in the sea made it the perfect opportunity to do something outside of our comfort zones, even though it only seems like something small. It was outstanding! ________________ Instagram @leahmaxineox @owenjones91
Views: 1269 Owen & Leah
Some animal life of the Mediterranean and Black Sea...
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SUPPORT US ON PATREON AND HAVE ACCES TO EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS: www.patreon.com/lavidaavela This Episode is a reduced version for YOUTUBE of our original Movie "THE BIG AQUARIUM", you can see the full movie on: VIMEO.COM/ONDEMAND/LAVIDAAVELA ENGLISH SUBTITLES, SPANISH SUBTITLES, V.O CATALA. We arrive at Cabrera, a well preserved Natural Reserve where we can feel nature with all its splendor. We make a nice excursion to the lighthouse of n'Ensiola in the south of the island. We will meet with the friendly Balearic Lizards, although we will also prove that Noemi does not like them very much. Finally we dive into its crystalline waters, the fish are not afraid and we feel as if we are swimming in a large aquarium. ------------------------------------------------------------ Llegamos a cabrera, una Reserva Natural bien conservada y donde podemos sentir la naturaleza con todo su esplendor. Haremos una bonita excursion al Faro de n'Ensiola en el sur de la isla. Nos encotraremos con las simpaticas Lagartijas Baleares, aunque tambien comprovaremos que a Noemi no le gustan mucho. Finalmente nos sumergimos en sus cristalinas aguas, los peces no tienen miedo y nis sentimos como si estuvieramos nadando en un gran aquario. ------------------------------------------------------------ Arribem a cabrera, una Reserva Natural ben conservada i on podem sentir la natura amb tota el seu esplendor. Farem una bonica excursió al Far de n'Ensiola al sud de l'illa. Ens trobarem amb les simpàtiques Sargantanes Balears, encara que també comprovarem que a la Noemi no li agraden gaire. Finalment ens submergim en les seves aigües cristal·lines , els peixos no tenen por i ems sentim com si estiguéssim nedant en un gran aquari.
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Do you ever wonder what lives at the bottom of the mariana trench? This top 10 list of creepy deep sea monsters has some giant and bizarre creatures that are scary and mysterious! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "MYSTERIOUS Creatures Living At The BOTTOM Of The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/Efhjc-Gu508 Watch our "SECRETS Casinos DON'T Want You To Find Out!" video here: https://youtu.be/hAoABuvzOZM Watch our "RAREST And Most EXPENSIVE Cars In The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/MtCnWSqqilg 10. Frilled Shark The frilled shark has been around a long, LONG time. They’re ‘living fossils’, thought to have been swimming around for anywhere between 95 and 300 million years! Also while they were first discovered in approx 1880 they weren’t actually described until 2004 (the same ROV mission as the barreleye fish). This is one predator that really knows how to keep its head down. It lives at a depth of over 5,000 ft (1524 m). 9. Hatchet Fish Okay so if you came face to face with this dude you’d get one hell of a shock right? Meet the deep sea hatchet fish, so called because of its metallic, hatchet-shaped appearance. It can be found 5,000 ft (1,524 m) down. The metal like quality comes from its scales which is just as well because if it weren’t so shiny you’d have trouble seeing it! 8. Seadevil Anglerfish You’ve probably seen this one in the movies. A seadevil anglerfish appeared in Finding Nemo and the image has been used in some high profile shows like The Simpsons. They were first described in 1864 and can live at a depth of over 6,000 feet (1900 m). Like many deep sea species its movements are mysterious to experts and the only one filmed alive was in 2014. 7. Telescope Octopus Some deep sea animals like to take it easy, I mean there’s a lot of pressure down there!! Maybe none more so than the telescope octopus. Living anywhere from 500 - 6,500 ft (150 - 2000 m) below the surface it’s really laid back. In fact that’s literally what it does… lie back and use its eyes to look up for any food swimming by. 6. Benthocodon Usually when you think of a jellyfish you think of a transparent wobbly thing that stings your foot. Well not this one. The benthocodon isn’t transparent. It has a round, red top which is 2 - 3 cm in diameter and it won’t sting you unless you run into it 2,500 ft (762 m) below the surface. You’d have to be pretty crazy to be at that depth and even crazier without any flippers! 5. Barreleye Fish This fish with a transparent head shocked viewers when it appeared on Blue Planet! Also known as a “spookfish” it has a jelly-like forehead that allows it to look up through its skull, giving it greater visibility! Pretty freaky huh? It is a very efficient hunter that can live at a depth of at least 2,600 feet (800 m) and can be anywhere from 15 to 40 cm long. 4. Goblin Shark This shark is one ugly shark, hence why we call it the goblin shark! Of course I wouldn’t say that to its face poor thing! But its sword-like snout and prehistoric appearance makes it truly unique. 3. Zombie Worm Zombie worms, also known as bone-eating worms, were discovered by accident in 2002 when they appeared to be drilling into the skeletons of dead animals like whales and fish. This confused experts because they looked too squishy to be able to drill like that, but that is how they got their name. The answer came later on in 2012. 2. Foraminifera Foraminifera or ‘fora’ are tiny organisms from the ‘protist’ family. They vary between 100 micrometers and around 20 cm. Because many of them are so small and I’m guessing chewy, they are a prime source of food in the Mariana Trench. That’s a shame because there’s a lot more to these little things than meets the eye. 1. Ping Pong Tree Sponge The strangest name on our list is also the nastiest! Sure, Ping Pong Tree Sponge sounds like something out of Spongebob Squarepants and it’s one beautiful-looking life form. But despite this charming exterior this isn’t a thing to be messed with! It lives nearly 9000 ft (2743 m) underwater and if you’re a small creature it spells bad news. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
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Subscribe to watch full natural history documentaries! The Danube, one of the most remarkable rivers in Europe, contains many secrets. Not just underwater, but also along its course through Austria. In one small section of river in Lower Austria, the body of water has an influence on the surrounding landscape, which has even formed its own microclimate. One speaks of so-called ""heat islands"", with temperatures that reach nearly Mediterranean levels. Human beings have created a cultural landscape oriented to viticulture over a period of millennia. This is because the warm loess and clay soil promotes the flourishing of grapevines. However, not only crop plants grow between the cities of Spitz and Krems: since primeval times, flora and fauna have settled here that have no rival in Europe. They are all species that live on the slopes of the Danube mainly due to the mild temperatures, and which are often found nowhere else. Centuries of isolation have in some cases even resulted in purely local forms. For example, the ""Clouded Apollo"" or the ""Southern Festoon"".
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Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=StopovertvHD Add us to your G+ circles: https://plus.google.com/b/115108807276381325913/115108807276381325913/posts A journey on board of the Ausonia from Spain to Italy. Stopover will take you on prodigious trips across the most marvelous oceans and rivers of the world. Travel with us as we explore not just the waters of the world, but also the mythical cruise ships, legendary liners, magnificent sailboats and fascinating traditional vessels that take us from place to place. Take a behind the scenes peek into the lives of liner crew members and discover the pleasures of a life spent at sea. Stop Over will take you on prodigious trips across the most marvelous oceans and rivers of the world. Travel with us as we explore not just the waters of the world, but also the mythical cruise ships, legendary liners, magnificent sailboats and fascinating traditional vessels that take us from place to place. Board the Queen Elizabeth 2, the Royal Clipper, Le France/Le Norway, the Sun Boat II, the "Classica", the Vat Phou, the Bolero, the Wind Song, the Grigoriy Mikheev icebreaker and the Silver Cloud among many others. Travel from Southampton to New York, Gao to Mopti, Aswan to Abu Simbel, Dubai to the port of Muscate, on the famous Incense Route of the Desert Cities in the Negev. Produced by NIGHT & DAY.
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More gameplay with Zeus & Poseidon Master of Olympus: http://bit.ly/life-in-mediterranean. The Adventure is on Olympian difficulty. Acropolis’ delivers the city-building excitement and strategy of both Zeus’ Master of Olympus’ and Zeus’ Official Expansion Poseidon’. Build great empires, dabble in combat, trade, and politics, and keep monsters like Medusa at bay with the help of great heroes from mythology. Establish new colonies in the ancient Americas, Africa, Europe, and Asia. Create your own adventures with a powerful yet easy to use Adventure Editor. ★Buy Zeus and Poseidon: https://www.g2a.com/r/zeus-and-poseidon (* Use SHD code for 3% OFF. I get a little commission, this doesn't increase the price of the game. This is a way to support me by getting your games at very good prices.) You’ll create bustling cities filled with thousands of citizens in mythological Greece and the lost continent of Atlantis. Exercise your might by threatening neighboring cities with invasion, or cultivate them as allies against even stronger opponents. Build beautiful Greek sanctuaries and Atlantean pyramids piece by piece. Summon heroes to rid your town of plagues and monsters, or appease gods and goddesses to protect you from evil. Acropolis’ delivers hundreds of hours of gameplay in one game! • One of the best city builder games out there, made by a team of experts in the genre: Impressions Games. • Diplomacy, war, economy, and logistics - you must master all these arts to ensure your victory. • 65 episodes in which you build and rule seven city-states and two powerful civilizations: Ancient Greece and Atlantis. ★Zeus Adventures playlists you may like: ►Zeus Master of Olympus - Zeus and Europa http://bit.ly/zeus-and-europa ►Zeus Master of Olympus – Perseus and Medusa http://bit.ly/perseus-and-medusa ►Zeus Master of Olympus - Athens Through the Ages http://bit.ly/athens-through-ages ►Zeus Master of Olympus - The Voyages of Jason http://bit.ly/voyages-jason ►Zeus Master of Olympus - Hercules Labors http://bit.ly/hercule-labors ►Zeus Master of Olympus - The Peloponnesian War http://bit.ly/peloponnesian-war ►Zeus Master of Olympus - The Trojan War http://bit.ly/trojan-war ★Poseidon Adventures playlists you may like: ►Poseidon Master of Olympus - The Birth of Atlantis http://bit.ly/birth-of-atlantis ►Poseidon Master of Olympus - Enlightenment in the West http://bit.ly/enlightenment-west ►Poseidon Master of Olympus - Life in the Mediterranean http://bit.ly/life-in-mediterranean ►Poseidon Master of Olympus - Atlantis Reborn http://bit.ly/atlantis-reborn ►Poseidon Master of Olympus - Proetus and Bellerophon http://bit.ly/proetus-and-bellerophon ►Poseidon Master of Olympus - Two Worlds Collide http://bit.ly/two-worlds-collide ■▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬«§»▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬■ FACEBOOK! ► http://bit.ly/SergiuHellDragoon WEBSITE! ► http://bit.ly/SergiuhellDragoonHQ Google+ ► http://bit.ly/H2Gvli TWITTER! ► http://bit.ly/SergiuHellDragoonHQ Buy Mighty T-Shirts! ► http://bit.ly/Mighty-T-Shirts Buy Mighty Games! ► http://bit.ly/SergiuG2A ■▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬«§»▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬■ Thank you for watching and make sure to join the party on the Olympus mountain! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/XB3Pd4
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SUPPORT US ON PATREON AND HAVE ACCES TO EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS: www.patreon.com/lavidaavela This Episode is a reduced version for YOUTUBE of our original Movie "LOVING, LIVING, SAILING...". you can see the full movie on: VIMEO.com/ONDEMAND/LAVIDAAVELA We're SORRY to have to CENSOR some scenes to adapt this YOUTUBE version to the very restrictive YOUTUBE COMMUNITY NORMS about nudity. ENGLISH SUBTITLES, SPANISH SUBTITLES, V.O CATALA. In this episode... This episode is dedicated to life at the sea and to all the emotions that can be felt sailing on a sailboat. It is a video dedicated to small things. We sail along the west coast of Corsica aboard the ALEA JACTA EST in the company the good friends Sina, Wolfgang and Miky. In this episode we will leave the beautiful town of Girolata and enjoy the 25 nautical miles that separate us from the city of Calvi. ------------------------------------------------------------ Este episodio está dedicado a la vida en el mar y a todas las emociones que se pueden sentir al navegar en un velero. Es un video dedicado a pequeñas cosas. Navegamos a lo largo de la costa oeste de Córcega a bordo de ALEA JACTA EST, en compañía de los buenos amigos Sina, Wolfgang y Miky. En este episodio dejaremos el pintoresco pueblo de Girolata y disfrutaremos de las 25 millas náuticas que nos separan de la ciudad de Calvi. ______________________________________________ Aquest episodi esta dedica a la vida al mar i a totes les emocions que es poden sentir navegant a vela. És un video dedicat a les coses petites. Naveguem per la costa oest de Còrsega a bord de l'ALEA JACTA EST en companyia dels bons amics Sina, Wolfgang i Miky. En aquest episodi sortirem de la bonic poblet de Girolata i gaudirem de les 25 milles nàutiques que ens separen de la ciutat de Calvi.
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The Marine Park in Alonnissos in Greece is home to rare sea life such as the Mediterranean Monk Seal. Check this video out to get an idea of the nature-filled adventure that this island offers. Always respect the fauna and flaura when you visit! Courtesy of the Municipality of Alonnissos.
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In Summer 2011, Oceana's Ranger embarked upon an expedition in the Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic to explore seamounts and sea canyons. These unique ocean habitats are generally teeming with marine life, but are relatively unexplored due to their depth and complex terrain. This video was filmed during a dive near Sagres, Portugal on July 1st, 2011. A variety of fish, starfish, corals, a slug, and an octopus all make appearances. Visit http://na.oceana.org/en/explore/creatures to learn more about the species featured here and other fascinating marine life. Filmed and edited by Gorka Leclercq.
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In Summer 2011, Oceana's Ranger embarked upon an expedition in the Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic to explore seamounts and sea canyons. These unique ocean habitats are generally teeming with marine life, but are relatively unexplored due to their depth and complex terrain. This video was filmed in the Alborán Sea on July 5th, 2011. Dolphins are featured, and a sea turtle also makes an appearance. Visit http://na.oceana.org/en/explore/creatures to learn more about dolphins and other fascinating marine life. Filmed and edited by Gorka Leclercq.
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This is not a vacation. If it weren't for the relationship I have with Jesus I would have never had the desire to pray to be in the place where He once breathed, walked, talked, suffered, died and lived for me. I would have never set foot here by the Mediterranean Sea, be enveloped by its warm waters, and soon see the remaining wall of the Temple. I owe it all to the Jews for the opportunity to have this faith, for the opportunity to know my Creator in an intimate manner. This is my love offering for Him. But all glory belongs to my God. Let the peoples praise You, O God; Let all the peoples praise You. Then the earth shall yield her increase; God, our own God, shall bless us. Psalms 67:5-6
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Do you feel stressed out or just want a short break? Then take a few deep breaths and look at the video. Enjoy the relaxation and calm when watching the video. Subscribe for upcoming relax videos! If you have any idea for a video, just let me know. Thanks for watching! Fishes: Mediterranean Fairy Basslet (Anthias anthias) Mittelmeer Fahnen-Barsch, Longspine Snipefish (Macroramphosus scolopax) Gewöhnlicher Schnepfenfisch Date: March 2013 Location: SEA LIFE Munich/ SEA LIFE München, Germany Thank you very much for the upload permission! Camera: Sony HDR-CX550 Cut: Cyberlink Powerdirector 11 Music: "Deliberate Thought" - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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In this Symphony of the Seas Cruise Vlog, we are finishing up our 7 day Mediterranean cruise on board Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas. This vlog takes you through our entire day at sea as we explore different areas of the ship and try things that we haven't done before. This is our full day on board the ship the Symphony of the Seas Cruise Ship, and I hope you enjoy it! #CruiseVlog #SymphonyofTheSeas #RoyalCaribbean **SUPPORT ME AND MY CHANNEL ON “PATREON”** www.patreon.com/lifebyfrancesco FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: INSTAGRAM: LIFEbyFrancesco FACEBOOK: LIFEbyFrancesco TWITTER: LIFEbyFrancesco I LOVE getting MAIL! If you’d like to send me something you can send it to me at: LIFEbyFrancesco P.O. BOX 550643 DAVIE, FL 33355 I use the Fluid & Form Eagle 4K Camera To purchase click on the link: https://amzn.to/2wqSllg Coupon Code for 15% OFF: GR9RQ7LG WWW.fluidandform.com Camera I Vlog with : Canon PowerShot G7X https://amzn.to/2PccjHs For COOL SHIRTS, visit my storefront, at TEEPUBLIC: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/life-by-francesco?ref_id=6213 FOR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: [email protected] DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!
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In Summer 2011, Oceana's Ranger embarked upon an expedition in the Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic to explore seamounts and sea canyons. These unique ocean habitats are generally teeming with marine life, but are relatively unexplored due to their depth and complex terrain. This video was filmed during a dive near Almería, Spain on July 12th, 2011. A variety of fish, corals, starfish, a ray, and a sea slug all make appearances. Visit http://na.oceana.org/en/explore/creatures to learn more about the species featured here and other fascinating marine life. Filmed and edited by Gorka Leclercq.
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Life saving phone call from Mediterranean Sea! A brave Eritrean lady who got a phone call from a drowning ship in the Meditreannean Sea saved 28 lives. A group of Eritreans who were crossing the Mediterranean sea faced life threatening accident after their ship was drowning in to the sea and they used the only means of communication their captain was holding and the brave Eritrean lady called to police and informed them about the incident and then there were saved by the Italian authorities. You are a hero sister! Bravooooooo!
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