Giant Pandas presented in their natural environment, usually up a tree. This is a segment from "The Last Emperor's Home Video", an Intrepid Berkeley Explorer free, on-line film offering visits to China's best known places, including the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Beijing's Summer Palace, the Grand Canal, Xian, beautiful Guilin, Shanghai, Suzhou, Hangzhou, plus Hong Kong.
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Found a giant Ipod google earth. Check Delpitos.Com for more
SANTA CRUZ BEACH BOARDWALK GIANT DIPPER
Giant cod come here to spawn.The midnight sun is fantastic. Take a look!
first giant squid caught on video. Have you ever seen this type of squid? I guess not
A giant in oxford street. 7.7ft, dont need to understand the speach just seeeeeee it..
Look at the trees surrounsing my house - it looks like a giant hand
ne of the most aggressive/poisonous giant centipede. These are really wonderful animals i own a large number of these animals an do in fact bread them, i see may wonderful things with these animals and keep looking out for my videos for more of these Giant Centipede
This is Nicholas trying to land his first Giant Mekong catfish at the Bung Sam Lan fishing lake in Bangkok, Thailand. The fish can grow to a massive size here and and in my other short footage you see me landing a 80KG one. With only a spinning outfit and a fighting belt he struggles to land this fish with a promise of a nokia handphone as a reward. Very very funny but look out for his last words when he lands the fish.
At the Chengdu with an adult Giant Panda
I will show you where to find hill giants
The story of a scary, ugly, giant spider that lived in my garage.
Giant Jelly Fish Caught on Video. Film in 2004, Swan River, South Perth, Western Australia. Will not be fun to be touched by this creature. This thing appear too sudden and I was afraid to lose sight of it. I was not able to put an item for relative size comparison.
The Japanese Giant Hornet attacks hives of smaller European honey bees in order to survive. They can kill up to 1000 bees each before plundering the honey inside and stealing the young to feed their own offspring..their stings contain a necrotising venom that disolves human skin.
See corageous windserfer and giant wave.