- published: 04 Jan 2015
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The Maldives Islands are synonymous with diving. Its capricious geography consists of over 1,200 small coral islands, not all are surveyed and some emerge or disappear, with earthquakes of the sea. The Maldives offer the professional diver and to tourists that plunge for the first time, an evolving paradise. There are more than 4000 species of fish on coral reefs. Only in the Maldives are over 900. Many tourists visit the Maldives for withdraw from the world. The friendliness of its waters and species diversity invites to discover an exuberant underwater world. The novel diver is usually terrified with the mere presence of the shark. Our panic may upset them. But if you simply observe their movements, he will be at our fingertips. The legend of man-eating shark, has been disproved. Most...
This video is about Maldives wildlife shot on the Go Freediving holiday in Nov 2015. It was filmed by Emma Farrell, Paul Syms, Roberto de Lisa, Mandy Gore, Delphine Brise and Ali McConnell. Fish identification was by Roberto de Lisa and it was edited by Emma Farrell. See sharks, manta rays, eagle ray, turtles, barrauda, moray eels, remora, and a huge vareity of reef fish! The film was made especially for The Academy of Trinity and Conker Class to remind them of their visit to Bristol Aquarium.
MALDIVES WILDLIFE by Mo and Kay Photography. Filmed in 2016, this is part of a video set showing the amazing life around these fabulous islands. Mo And Kay are international photographers that enjoy travelling and producing great projects including Martial Arts, Weddings, Landscape and especially Wildlife. Contact us by: email@example.com or http://www.moandkay.com Video copyright 2016 - Email for licensing and bookings etc. We hope you enjoy our video.
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Blue Planet II - wildlife experiences for holidaymakers in the Maldives and Sri Lanka https://youtu.be/9HStbe3zQPo BLUE PLANET returns to our TVs tonight with the ever-fabulous Sir David Attenborough narrating us through the best of the wildlife in our planet's sea. Blue Planet is back on our screens tonight with the best showing of life beneath the waves. And if you're feeling inspired to explore in the deep blue sea yourself, there's no better time than now to book a holiday. Whether you chose the Maldives, Sri Lanka or New Zealand: each has something different to offer a wannabe explorer. Fancy it? Read on. Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu is a paradise for diving and marine life enthusiasts. The resort is a UNESCO biosphere reserve and home to incredible marine life and...
The Maldives octopi change color for camouflage, they are nocturnal, during the day they hide among the rocks. After mating the female will try to eat the male, because she won't eat anything until give birth, she probably will die in childbirth for the efforts, she will put about 150,000 eggs The octopuses are very elastics, the eyes are the most rigid part of her body, if her eye passes through a hole, all body pass also.
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Diving on Maldives