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Join me on a short freshwater SCUBA diving adventure as I explore the underwater habitat of muskie, bass and catfish. I also see freshwater sponges, freshwater clams and see fishing lures and other fishing gear. My gear: Gear: https://goo.gl/jmpNNn Olympus TG 4 http://amzn.to/28RCDVy Cressi Diving Mask http://amzn.to/299dMfW Zookki GoPro http://amzn.to/2eze2oM Magnets CMS http://amzn.to/2ff3N8y http://www.aquachigger.com/
sandblasting on ptf node,loango field congo,image by rov camera.
http://www.aquafilms.org - Video library of aquarium related films, aquatic and marine life. This was the last dive I took in Lake Tanganyika on 18th December 2013, on the last day of a 6 weeks stay, based in Ndole Bay. "Magical" is a feeble word to describe how I still feel about it. After some time in the shallows I decided to go deeper, but the deeper I got the more desolate it seemed. Still, something told me to continue following that seemingly barren lake floor that was slowly getting deeper. I then saw a couple of Emperor's. They were very nervous when they saw me and I was wondering why. That camera caught the reason much before than I noticed it: they had a large school of young free swimming fry. No one knows for sure what happens after the fry go their own way, I think, a...
In this video I scuba dive for river treasure! If you want to see more videos like this make sure to click the like button! Let's aim for 10,000 likes! • New? Subscribe and help me reach 3,000,000 subscribers! https://goo.gl/tXzZYd Lindsey's Instagram: https://goo.gl/o6omVv My PO Box DALLMYD P.O. Box 211 Phenix City, Alabama 36868-0211 Check out my previous most recent videos! Found Knife, Razor Blade and $50 Swimbait Underwater in River! (Freediving) https://youtu.be/aJHas5fUo88 Scuba Diving Half Sunken Tug Boat in River! (Explored for Potential Treasure) https://youtu.be/lFvugvdykPU Found GoPro Camera Lost 2 Years Ago! (Reviewing the Footage) https://youtu.be/l4Vi4Pcv7Gw Found Lost iPhone in River While Scuba Diving! (Returned to Owner) https://youtu.be/XfYylx3WaRM Found Lost iPh...
Diving @ Congo Cay St. John USVI with Low Key Watersports. I want to note hear what a fantastic job Low Key did for us on these dives. I would highly recommend this outfit for your diving plans and or other watersporrt activities. On this dive we saw a huge Ray, a Giant Grouper.
In a search for the Goliath tigerfish in its natural environment, angler Andy Coetzee will have to brave croc-infested waters. Once he dives deep enough, he'll still have to outsmart its formidable camouflage. From: AFRICA'S PIRANHA http://bit.ly/1GMzqxc
(Kinshasa, November 18, 2014) – Police in the Democratic Republic of Congo summarily killed at least 51 youth and forcibly disappeared 33 others during an anti-crime campaign that began a year ago, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. “Operation Likofi,” which lasted from November 2013 to February 2014, targeted alleged gang members in Congo’s capital, Kinshasa. http://www.hrw.org/news/2014/11/18/dr-congo-police-operation-kills-51-young-men-and-boys
When Jeremy Wade dives to murky depths hunting a slithery predator, he immediately realizes he could instantly become the hunted. See him come face-to-face with a massive, terrifying anaconda. | For more River Monsters visit http://animal.discovery.com/tv-shows/river-monsters/#mkcpgn=ytapl1 Catch new episodes of River Monsters Sundays at 9pm E|P on Animal Planet! Subscribe to Animal Planet! | http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=animalplanettv Get full episodes! | http://bit.ly/RiverMonstersFullEps Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RiverMonsters https://www.facebook.com/AnimalPlanet Follow Animal Planet on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnimalPlanet Check out the Animalist App! | http://anmlst.co/1dILpRb
While on assignment for National Geographic magazine, photographer Pascal Maitre captured footage that offers a quick glimpse into daily life on the Congo River. Click here to see more photos from the expedition: http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2015/09/09/surrendering-to-the-flow-of-the-congo/ PRODUCER: Shannon Sanders VIDEOGRAPHERS: Pascal Maitre and Susan Welchman ➡ 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...
My 13th dive overall and first dive using a GoPro. The dive site is "Congo" just off of St. Thomas, USVI. It's actually a very cool dive site, but the video probably doesn't do it justice. My fault. Obviously I have more work to do on my buoyancy control and my camera work, but this was a fun dive and I am happy to share.
http://www.go2africa.com/accommodation/10014 Lango Camp is set in the primeval landscape of Congo bai’s - shallow, mineral-rich lagoons fed by deep rivers and bordered by rolling grasslands and swamp forests. It is a breathtaking place, and Lango’s six suites, raised above the ground on timber decks, overlook a particularly pretty lagoon, the favourite haunt for shy forest buffalo and flocks of parrots. You can explore Lango’s waterways on highly recommended guided adventure walks as well as exciting motorboat trips and light kayak adventures. Whatever activity you choose, you’ll be in the excellent care of knowledgeable, passionate guides and expert trackers from the local community. After all, this is a “Congo adventure”!
Dear Friends, thank you for visiting my channel and for watching this video. All my underwater films and videos were recorded entirely on location in Ireland while free-diving and snorkelling. I'm working entirely alone investing my own money and time which as you can understand limits me very much. Last year I practically had to stop filming and developing my 'Underwater Ireland' project because I had financial difficulties and couldn't afford to spend money or time anymore. To raise some funds for my project development I inserted a PayPal 'Donate' button on my website -- http://www.underwater-ireland.com/sponsors.htm You do not need to be rich and you do not need to have a PayPal account -- all that you need is a desire to help this very unique project to survive and to develop and y...