• Wildlife of Exuma Island, Bahamas - Lonely Planet travel video

    Visitors to sparsely populated Exuma, a remote island in the Bahamas, can expect a close encounter with sharks and iguanas. Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/caribbean for more information about the Caribbean.

    published: 25 Sep 2012
  • Wildlife in The Bahamas

    Este video muestra algunos de los paisajes de las Bahamas y mucha fauna marina. This video shows some of the sights of the Bahamas and many marine animals.

    published: 08 Feb 2012
  • Bahamas: hurricane central - Wild Caribbean - BBC Nature

    Welcome to the Bahamas - home of hurricanes! Watch this great clip from BBC wildlife documentary 'Wild Caribbean' to find out more!

    published: 15 Sep 2008
  • 2012-05-23 Bahamas Wildlife

    Various animals we saw in the Bahamas including sharks, sting rays, barracuda, turtle, swimming pigs, eagle rays, huge lobster/crayfish, swimming potcakes (Bahamian dogs), and reef fish

    published: 13 Jun 2012
  • Welcome to the Wild - Bimini, Bahamas

    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

    published: 24 Sep 2010
  • Underwater Wildlife in the Bahamas

    Free Diving in the Caribbean. Shot with GoPro Hero3 Song By: Borns-Emerald Pools

    published: 08 Jul 2016
  • Reptiles of the Bahamas - the Cat Island Boa

    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

    published: 22 Jul 2012
  • Animal Islands

    Animal Islands. PIG ISLAND, THE BAHAMAS. Pig Island is an uninhabited island located in Exuma, the Bahamas, and known for being populated by many swimming feral pigs. The pigs are said to have been dropped off on Big Major Cay by a group of sailors who wanted to come back and cook them. The sailors, though, never returned; the pigs survived on excess food dumped from passing ships. One other legend has it that the pigs were survivors of a shipwreck and managed to swim to shore, while another claims that the pigs had escaped from a nearby islet. Others suggest that the pigs were part of a business scheme to attract tourists to the Bahamas. The pigs are now fed by locals and tourists and the island is unofficially known as Pig Beach by the locals. RABBIT ISLAND, JAPAN. Okunoshima is a sm...

    published: 26 Oct 2015
  • Feeding Wild Sharks in the Bahamas! [HD]

    closeup of guy feeding sharks. Ship Channel Cay, Exuma Islands, Bahamas raw footage. recorded with GoPro HD Hero

    published: 13 Oct 2010
  • Wild Dolphins of the Bahamas

    This is a short video showing a compilation of several different interactions with wild dolphins in the northern Bahamas. There are clips of bottlenose dolphin engaged in a behavior called "crater feeding"; Atlantic spotted dolphin socializing with each other and swimmers; and both species interacting with each other, too. Learn more at www.ConsciousBreathAdventures.com/swim-with-dolphins/

    published: 28 Apr 2015
  • The Swimming Pigs - Wildlife of the Exumas - Visual Vibes by TravAgSta!

    We spent one week in paradise on Great Exuma by end of November. We dreamed for a long time of seeing the Swimming Pigs and our dream finally came true. Besides that, we have never seen such crystal clear water and stunning white beaches before. We got to see the Swimming Pigs, some crazy dogs, nurse sharks, stingrays, and iguanas and snorkelled the Thunderball Grotto with many fish. When watching the video, don't forget to turn on HD 1080! Find more on the Bahamas on our blog http://travagsta.com/homeen/ https://www.instagram.com/senorabubu/ https://twitter.com/senorabubu https://www.facebook.com/travagsta You can directly contact us here: hello@travagsta.com The film was made with a Canon EOS 760D and a GoPro Hero 4 Black Edition. Music by: Yunan J.A.R. - Toviga Love Breakfast

    published: 03 Jan 2017
  • [ 4K Ultra HD ] バハマドルフィンスイミング Swimming with Wild Dolphins in Bahamas ( Shot on RED EPIC )

    バハマの野生のイルカとのドルフィンスイミングの映像です。 Swimming with Wild Dolphins in Bahamas. AQUA Geo Graphic (English) http://www.aquageographic.net/home/ AQUA Geo Graphic (Japanese) http://www.aquageographic.com/home/

    published: 19 Jun 2014
  • Visiting the Bahamas, harassing the wildlife

    published: 14 Jul 2011
  • Swimming with wild dolphins in the Bahamas

    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..

    published: 18 Jul 2012
  • Tour The Bahamas Islands - Sail and View Beaches, Wildlife, Sand - On Voyage.tv

    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...

    published: 12 Mar 2010
  • Swimming Pigs & Piglets in Exuma Bahamas

    Watch the swimming pigs & piglets in the turquoise waters of Great Exuma

    published: 05 Apr 2013
Wildlife of Exuma Island, Bahamas - Lonely Planet travel video

Wildlife of Exuma Island, Bahamas - Lonely Planet travel video

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  • Updated: 25 Sep 2012
  • views: 12231
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Visitors to sparsely populated Exuma, a remote island in the Bahamas, can expect a close encounter with sharks and iguanas. Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/caribbean for more information about the Caribbean.
https://wn.com/Wildlife_Of_Exuma_Island,_Bahamas_Lonely_Planet_Travel_Video
Wildlife in The Bahamas

Wildlife in The Bahamas

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  • Duration: 11:42
  • Updated: 08 Feb 2012
  • views: 500
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Este video muestra algunos de los paisajes de las Bahamas y mucha fauna marina. This video shows some of the sights of the Bahamas and many marine animals.
https://wn.com/Wildlife_In_The_Bahamas
Bahamas: hurricane central - Wild Caribbean - BBC Nature

Bahamas: hurricane central - Wild Caribbean - BBC Nature

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  • Duration: 4:00
  • Updated: 15 Sep 2008
  • views: 9825
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Welcome to the Bahamas - home of hurricanes! Watch this great clip from BBC wildlife documentary 'Wild Caribbean' to find out more!
https://wn.com/Bahamas_Hurricane_Central_Wild_Caribbean_BBC_Nature
2012-05-23 Bahamas Wildlife

2012-05-23 Bahamas Wildlife

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  • Duration: 2:41
  • Updated: 13 Jun 2012
  • views: 1628
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Various animals we saw in the Bahamas including sharks, sting rays, barracuda, turtle, swimming pigs, eagle rays, huge lobster/crayfish, swimming potcakes (Bahamian dogs), and reef fish
https://wn.com/2012_05_23_Bahamas_Wildlife
Welcome to the Wild - Bimini, Bahamas

Welcome to the Wild - Bimini, Bahamas

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  • Duration: 4:12
  • Updated: 24 Sep 2010
  • views: 5255
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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
https://wn.com/Welcome_To_The_Wild_Bimini,_Bahamas
Underwater Wildlife in the Bahamas

Underwater Wildlife in the Bahamas

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  • Duration: 2:57
  • Updated: 08 Jul 2016
  • views: 146
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Free Diving in the Caribbean. Shot with GoPro Hero3 Song By: Borns-Emerald Pools
https://wn.com/Underwater_Wildlife_In_The_Bahamas
Reptiles of the Bahamas - the Cat Island Boa

Reptiles of the Bahamas - the Cat Island Boa

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  • Duration: 1:58
  • Updated: 22 Jul 2012
  • views: 3912
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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
https://wn.com/Reptiles_Of_The_Bahamas_The_Cat_Island_Boa
Animal Islands

Animal Islands

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  • Updated: 26 Oct 2015
  • views: 28803
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Animal Islands. PIG ISLAND, THE BAHAMAS. Pig Island is an uninhabited island located in Exuma, the Bahamas, and known for being populated by many swimming feral pigs. The pigs are said to have been dropped off on Big Major Cay by a group of sailors who wanted to come back and cook them. The sailors, though, never returned; the pigs survived on excess food dumped from passing ships. One other legend has it that the pigs were survivors of a shipwreck and managed to swim to shore, while another claims that the pigs had escaped from a nearby islet. Others suggest that the pigs were part of a business scheme to attract tourists to the Bahamas. The pigs are now fed by locals and tourists and the island is unofficially known as Pig Beach by the locals. RABBIT ISLAND, JAPAN. Okunoshima is a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan between Hiroshima and Shikoku. During World War 2 the island used to be a top secret military site manufacturing poison gas for chemical warfare. According to some sources, the rabbits were brought to Okunoshima to test the effects of the poison and released by workers when World War 2 ended. Others sources claim that a group of schoolchildren were on a field trip, when they released eight rabbits in 1971. Regardless, the original bunnies of Okunoshima and their successive generations of offspring thrived in their predator free environment. Today the 700,000 square meter island is home to more than 300 rabbits that roam freely, earning the nickname of Rabbit Island. Though wild, the rabbits on the island are used to humans and will approach visitors in search of a snack, and hop on to laps. Visitors are allowed to pet and feed the animals, but in an effort to preserve the bunny population, dogs and cats are not allowed on the island. CAT ISLAND,JAPAN. Tashirojima is a small island in Ishinomaki, Miyagi, Japan. Cats have long been thought by the locals to represent luck and good fortune, and doubly so if you feed and care for them. Thus, the cats are treated like kings. Despite this, luck and fortune has not exactly come to the human residents of "Cat Island." In the last 50 years, the human population of the island has dwindled from 1,000 to fewer than 100. As more and more people have shunned the island as it became dominated by felines, the people that have remained have become ever more protective of the cats. Currently, dogs are not allowed on the island to protect the well being of the cats and presumably any dog foolish enough to venture onto an island full of feral cats. The cats may end up bringing luck after all, however. Tourism has been picking up as the island has become an attraction for curious travelers, thanks to all of those cats. KANGAROO ISLAND, AUSTRALIA. Kangaroo Island is Australias third largest island. It lies in the state of South Australia 112 kilo meters southwest of Adelaide. Kangaroo Island, or Karta in Aboriginal mythology, means the land of the spirits a place of mystery. It was discovered in 1802 by sea captain Matthew Flinders and his crew. It is considered one of the worlds most beautiful and unique wilderness vacations. The ‘locals’ on this island getaway are kangaroos, as well as wallabies, goannas, koalas, spiny anteaters, dolphins, bandicoots, sea lions, fairy penguins, fur seals, eagles, whales and ospreys, just to name a few. At the Cape Gantheaume Conservation Park, afternoon visitors can see where ospreys nest, and may spot kangaroos that have come out to feed. The monkeys on Morgan Island have now swelled to a population over 4,000, and while no testing is done on the island, several hundred are captured each year and transported to labs around the United States for testing for diseases and, in more recent years, bioterrorism. Monkey Beach, Thailand. The beautiful Monkey Beach in Thailand is a great place to observe local wild life and is also where monkeys come out of their natural habitat to greet travelers and perhaps eat some of their food. From coke to bananas, these crazy monkeys would eat almost anything whether it is on the beach or in the water. Throw some bananas in the water and you might end up being surprised with how fast the monkeys swim to get them. Baby monkeys usually come really close to Monkey Beach as well, to the joy of the tourists. They are usually accompanied by their mums, so be careful, as they might become aggressive when trying to play with their off springs.
https://wn.com/Animal_Islands
Feeding Wild Sharks in the Bahamas! [HD]

Feeding Wild Sharks in the Bahamas! [HD]

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  • Duration: 1:46
  • Updated: 13 Oct 2010
  • views: 3196
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closeup of guy feeding sharks. Ship Channel Cay, Exuma Islands, Bahamas raw footage. recorded with GoPro HD Hero
https://wn.com/Feeding_Wild_Sharks_In_The_Bahamas_Hd
Wild Dolphins of the Bahamas

Wild Dolphins of the Bahamas

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  • Duration: 9:08
  • Updated: 28 Apr 2015
  • views: 510
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This is a short video showing a compilation of several different interactions with wild dolphins in the northern Bahamas. There are clips of bottlenose dolphin engaged in a behavior called "crater feeding"; Atlantic spotted dolphin socializing with each other and swimmers; and both species interacting with each other, too. Learn more at www.ConsciousBreathAdventures.com/swim-with-dolphins/
https://wn.com/Wild_Dolphins_Of_The_Bahamas
The Swimming Pigs - Wildlife of the Exumas - Visual Vibes by TravAgSta!

The Swimming Pigs - Wildlife of the Exumas - Visual Vibes by TravAgSta!

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  • Duration: 3:15
  • Updated: 03 Jan 2017
  • views: 236
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We spent one week in paradise on Great Exuma by end of November. We dreamed for a long time of seeing the Swimming Pigs and our dream finally came true. Besides that, we have never seen such crystal clear water and stunning white beaches before. We got to see the Swimming Pigs, some crazy dogs, nurse sharks, stingrays, and iguanas and snorkelled the Thunderball Grotto with many fish. When watching the video, don't forget to turn on HD 1080! Find more on the Bahamas on our blog http://travagsta.com/homeen/ https://www.instagram.com/senorabubu/ https://twitter.com/senorabubu https://www.facebook.com/travagsta You can directly contact us here: hello@travagsta.com The film was made with a Canon EOS 760D and a GoPro Hero 4 Black Edition. Music by: Yunan J.A.R. - Toviga Love Breakfast
https://wn.com/The_Swimming_Pigs_Wildlife_Of_The_Exumas_Visual_Vibes_By_Travagsta
[ 4K Ultra HD ] バハマドルフィンスイミング Swimming with Wild Dolphins in Bahamas ( Shot on RED EPIC )

[ 4K Ultra HD ] バハマドルフィンスイミング Swimming with Wild Dolphins in Bahamas ( Shot on RED EPIC )

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  • Duration: 3:54
  • Updated: 19 Jun 2014
  • views: 37526
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バハマの野生のイルカとのドルフィンスイミングの映像です。 Swimming with Wild Dolphins in Bahamas. AQUA Geo Graphic (English) http://www.aquageographic.net/home/ AQUA Geo Graphic (Japanese) http://www.aquageographic.com/home/
https://wn.com/4K_Ultra_Hd_バハマドルフィンスイミング_Swimming_With_Wild_Dolphins_In_Bahamas_(_Shot_On_Red_Epic_)
Visiting the Bahamas, harassing the wildlife

Visiting the Bahamas, harassing the wildlife

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  • Duration: 1:47
  • Updated: 14 Jul 2011
  • views: 48
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https://wn.com/Visiting_The_Bahamas,_Harassing_The_Wildlife
Swimming with wild dolphins in the Bahamas

Swimming with wild dolphins in the Bahamas

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  • Duration: 6:56
  • Updated: 18 Jul 2012
  • views: 234586
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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..
https://wn.com/Swimming_With_Wild_Dolphins_In_The_Bahamas
Tour The Bahamas Islands - Sail and View Beaches, Wildlife, Sand - On Voyage.tv

Tour The Bahamas Islands - Sail and View Beaches, Wildlife, Sand - On Voyage.tv

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  • Duration: 4:30
  • Updated: 12 Mar 2010
  • views: 16637
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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 demonstrate how to enjoy The Bahamas by sea, traveling 30 miles southeast of Nassau to Leaf Cay in the Exuma Islands. A down-scaled Jurassic Park, here youll catch a glimpse of the South American Rock Iguana population. Boat a little further to Saddleback Cay and see why guests flock to this serene location scattered with beautiful white sand dollars.
https://wn.com/Tour_The_Bahamas_Islands_Sail_And_View_Beaches,_Wildlife,_Sand_On_Voyage.Tv
Swimming Pigs & Piglets in Exuma Bahamas

Swimming Pigs & Piglets in Exuma Bahamas

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  • Duration: 4:10
  • Updated: 05 Apr 2013
  • views: 1762214
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Watch the swimming pigs & piglets in the turquoise waters of Great Exuma
https://wn.com/Swimming_Pigs_Piglets_In_Exuma_Bahamas
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