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http://www.earthtouch.tv Animals are leading the way on this Palau adventure. The Earth Touch crew meanders around Palau's forest-covered Rock Islands in the company of spinner dolphins before plunging underwater to trail the highly venomous sea krait.
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In May 2011 ten students took a travel course offered at the University of Redlands. We explored the culture, history, wildlife, and natural beauty of the small island nation of Palau while learning about sustainability and the environment. Here is a video/slideshow of some of the highlights. Enjoy! Music: Iration -- "Dream" Get it here: itunes.apple.com/us/album/time-bomb/id355176552 Germany Germany -- "Rain" Get it here: itunes.apple.com/gb/album/radiowave/id396487709 The Glitch Mob -- "Starve the Ego Feed the Soul" Get it here: itunes.apple.com/us/album/drink-the-sea/id367738582
In a fragile ecosystem, how do you conserve limited resources for future generations? That's the question that the small Pacific island nation of Palau is grappling with as it tries to combat illegal fishing. The country's rich marine ecosystem is now at risk, as boats from Southeast Asia venture farther into its crystalline waters in search of tuna and other prized fish. Watch part one of our two-part series, "Sea Change," a Great Big Film by our friends at Vacationland. Want to get involved? You can donate to the Wildlife Conservation Network by clicking on the infobox above! SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Come hang w...
http://www.earthtouch.tv There's a reason it's called the Paradise of the Pacific ... Palau is as close to Eden as you're likely to get. A smattering of islands with perfect weather, clear waters, fascinating wildlife and some of the most amazing underwater landscapes just a dive away. Wish you were there? We'll send you a postcard!
Former master crocodile and turtle-hunter turned conservationist, Joshua Eberdong, coordinator for the Palau National Turtle Program, shares his story of Palau's quest to protect and conserve its unique wildlife. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.
I had the fortune of doing two dives at Ulong channel in Palau, and it truly is one of the very best dive sites I have ever experienced. Hook and drift diving all in one with crystal clear waters and an absolute myriad of animals. huge schools of Grey Reef Sharks, Giant Clams and more, and more. A must visit if ever visiting.
The new short web based film for non profit environmental organisation Pangea Seed. During February we saw alot of feeding behaviour from all sorts of marine life in Palau. In this months Coconut news item I cover the hunting and feeding behaviour we have witnessed in Palau. A sample of the article is written below: Food. We all need it. Every living being on our planet needs food to survive including ourselves. However for animals (particularly marine life), gathering food is not a simple case of popping down to the local super market and picking out a favourite dish. They have to fight for their food and use all the inherent hunting and feeding instincts they have to survive. The marine environment has a very delicate food chain which, if sufficiently disrupted will create consequence...
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