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American Crocodile Surprise Kill of a Cuban Hutia from NatureFootage
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The Wildscreen Festival of Natural History films has announced its contenders for awards.
The ocean epic, Blue Planet II, picked up seven nominations, in recognition of its stunning cinematography and jaw-dropping, never-before-seen animal behaviour.
"Wildscreen is the most prestigious natural history film festival in the world and Iím incredibly proud the judges felt the work of the Natural History Unit merited such accolade to be nominated across so many categories," said Julian Hector, Head of BBC Studiosí Natural History Unit.
Rise Of The Warrior Apes, which brings a gripping investigative approach to natural history documentary, follows closely with five nominations, topping the craft categories for its technical excellence.
Director, James Reed, said: "Everybody in the Warrior Apes team put their heart and soul into this production and itís great to be recognised in such a broad range of categories. All the way through people seemed to really connect with this film and I think thatís down to something very simple - itís a great story. As a filmmaker thatís the best place to start from and itís amazing how easily everything else comes together when you start with a great story."
SpaceX plans to send the biggest and most powerful rocket ever built, the BFR, to Mars in 2022. But how do you transport it from the factory to Cape Canaveral? This video shows some interesting footage from the Saturn V moon project, showing how it was done in the 60s.
Given the size of the BFR, 106m tall, and 9m in diameter, will take an enormous effort to transport it from the factory to the launch site. This video covers every possible method that could be used to transport the rocket. It shows some old but fascinating footage of the Saturn V moon rocket being moved in the 1960s, giving us clues as to how this ambitious project might overcome these obstacles.
Kilauea Volcano ó Whirlwind Above Fissure Footage from USGS
Stunning footage emerges from the USGS scientists monitoring the continuous eruptions from the Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii. Field crews monitoring Fissure 8 captured this video of a whirlwind above the lava channel. The vortex of rapidly swirling air entrained hot lava, flinging it meters away. The scientists maintained a safe distance, using a telephoto lens to take this video. The whirlwind lasted about 10 minutes, starting and stopping without warning.
A unique creature was thrown up by the sea at Laguna Oho de Libre, on the Northwestern Pacific coast of Mexico, in a part of the Viscaya Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO world heritage site. The animal was two dead conjoined twin Grey Whales.
It is not known whether they were stillborn, or whether they lived for a short time before dying, nor is it known if the mother survived the unnatural birth.
No other twins of this type are on record so this is a unique find.