- published: 25 Sep 2012
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A quick glimpse at some of the wildlife you can encounter around Bimini, Bahamas. From endangered sawfish to endemic snake species, Bimini is a little island that offers big adventures. Music: "Land of Sea & Sun" by the Calypsonians From the Album - "Back in Bimini" Produced & Filmed on and around the islands of Bimini, by Grant Johnson
DIVE INTO THE BAHAMAS by Oceanicallstars and Aqualise Explore the underwater world of the Bahamas, filmed in stunning hi definition. Filmed and Produced by Jillian Morris & Duncan Brake Oceanicallstars.com. Welcome to Aqualise. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/aqualisefanpage Our mission: Spreading awareness through music. Helping to conserve our oceans for future generations. By creating awareness and through donations to non-profit marine wildlife organizations, Aqualise actively helps to contribute to the conservation of our environment. Our label - Aqualise Music : The first record record label in the world dedicated to protecting the oceans.Our website: http://www.aqualise.com/index.php
In february 2014 an attempt was made to smuggle 13 of the worlds rarest iguanas into Britain. So important are these reptiles to the survival of the species that the Bahamian government made a special request for their return.This short film documents their repatriation. © Icon Films / BBC
Visit http://voyage.tv/ for the best HD travel videos in the world. Starting at Normans Cay Beach Club in Nassau, the Russell Brothers take you on an exploration through The Bahamas. The brothers relationship with the islands dates to the late 1700s. Their family was part of the original Loyalists who landed on Eleuthera and The Abaco Islands. Fast forward to the early 1920s when tourism began to boom and many islanders began moving to Nassau for work. One of these migrants was the brothers grandfather, a former captain of the Duke of Windsor. He got his grandchildren involved in the business and sparked their love for the water. Now, the brothers own the popular and secluded hotel club here that attracts tourists looking for a cultural Bahamas escape. Hop aboard their boat as they demons...
A few short clips of the Cat Island Boa (Epicrates striatus ailurus) taken in 2012. All of the Bahamian Boas are completely harmless snakes, regardless of some of the exaggerated stories that exist about them around the islands. They are excellent rodent catchers, and play an important role in keeping the pest populations in check throughout the Bahamas. As nocturnal hunters, the Bahamian boas are rarely seen during the day. They are non-venomous, and extremely docile snakes. Please respect, and help protect the beautiful and unique wildlife of the Bahamas. Song Credit: "Oh, Baby, Lick it Up" by Alan Lomax
On one summer day while snorkeling on the reef in the Bahamas a pod of atlantic bottle nose dolphin swam up and decided to join us for well over an hour. While there have been numerous occasions when these mammals have interacted with us over the years this instance was most special because of the connection between my young niece and the mother dolphin as you will see in the footage.. This is a compilation of highlights from the lengthy footage we compiled..
Pigs can't fly, but they sure can swim! Big Major Cay, an uninhabited island in the Bahamas, is home to dozens of feral pigs. No one is quite sure how they got to "Pig Beach," but if you're lucky enough to visit this island, the pigs will swim right up to your boat to greet you! ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoIn...