Animals

More than 25% of Costa Rica’s land is dedicated to national parks, reserves and wildlife refuges. There are more than 100 different protected areas to visit. Countless wild animals are displaced by urban sprawl and habitat fragmentation, which sometimes lead to conflicts between people and wildlife.
I visited two national parks in Costa Rica: Tortugureo and Corcovado and these are all the animals i saw…
music by Psychadelik Pedestrian – Another Boring Lunchtime
(http://www.toucanmusic.co.uk/artists/… Pedestrian)
“Materia” by M-PeX (http://soundcloud.com/mpex)
Filmed by Serena Aurora April 2013
auroraseye.wordpress.com

 

Sri Lanka is home to roughly 123 species of mammals, 41 of which are threatened (9 critically). 16 of the species are endemic, of which 14 are threatened, including the large sloth bear. mammalian orders), with 30 different species. Sri Lanka’s surrounding waters are home to 28 species of Cetaceans.. The flora and fauna is mind blowing. You see the majestic elephant to the proud leopard at the amazing National Parks. The Sri Lankan royalty – Mihintale, has re-created the world’s first reserved and preserved them as sanctuaries for over 2,000 years. So keep your eyes open and look out for the wildlife all around that we share on this beautiful planet.

Honey the lamb was born at Spanish creek farm in Belize under unfortunate circumstances. Her mother gave birth in the middle of the night to two lambs. One of which got stuck underneath the barn… ‘Honey’. When reuniting Honey the lamb with her mother, the mother did not recognise Honey as her own. She only thought she had one lamb not two! The film shows what happens when a baby lamb is rejected and the determination a lamb has to be with its mother.
I was heartbroken to see Honey treated like this, so I had to do something about it. Honey needed help to be able to feed and so I helped her be nursed. I also wanted to create a short film to share this with others my experience. Filmed in Feb 2013 by Serena Aurora.
http://www.belizeability.com/default….

My Cheesy Goat Farm explores the life of a goat farmer in Portugal. We learn how Manfred the farmer has established his self sufficient organic farm and how he makes his delicious goats cheese.

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