Wild Seychelles, duration of the documentary 60 minutes HDV format

 

Wild Seychelles, a documentary that reveals the secrets of the amazing and unique animals that live in the oldest islands in the world.

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Chamaleo tigris,  tiger chameleon

©Foto Jim Pether

©Foto Jim Pether

 

 

Thousands of miles separated the continent, its animals evolved from primitive beings who inhabited Gondwanaland 200 million years ago.

Gray shark

©Foto Enrique Faber

Lycognathopis seychellensis, wolf snake

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Its granite rock formations are the wear suffered by millions of years of erosion, the sea and the wind left their footprints in the rocks that form the oldest islands in the world.

Anse Lazio

©Foto Enrique Faber

Geochelonia gigantea, Giant turtle of Aldabra

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©Foto Jim Pether

Mabuya Seychellensis

©Foto Jim Pether

 

 

Its dense rain forests are home to unique animals in the world, the largest land tortoise and the smallest frog, are its inhabitants.

Tachycnemis seychellensis male, tree frog 

©Foto Jim Pether

 Silhouette

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              Los paralelismos evolutivos con islas cercanas como Madagascar, son sorprendentes, algunos de sus animales son parecidos, pero el aislamiento y la lejanía del continente los hizo únicos.

 

Nudibranch: Marine slug , phyllidia varicosa

©Foto Enrique Faber

Tachycnemis seychellensis female, tree frog 

©Foto Jim Pether

 

 

 

 Agradecemos su inestimable ayuda a  nuestra amiga María Sebastian, propietaria de la agencia "Seychelles en español" que nos facilitó todo lo necesario para la realización del documental y nos hizo  disfrutar de los increíbles lugares y animales de Seychelles.

http://www.seychellesespanol.com

Viajar a Seychelles está al alcance de todos, descubre el paraíso en español

 

©Foto Alfonso Gómez

Geochelonia gigantea, Giant turtle of Aldabra

©Foto Jim Pether

   

Desroches

©Foto Enrique Faber

Seychelles palm spider, Nephilia inaurata

©Foto Alfonso Gómez

Phelsuma astriata astriata

©Foto Alfonso Gómez

Phelsuma astriata astriata

©Foto Enrique Faber

 

 Sooglossus gardinei, pygmy frog  5 mm.

©Foto Alfonso Gómez

Wait muraena

©Foto Enrique Faber

   

Tturtles Breeding  captivity in Mahe

©Foto Jim Pether

©Foto Alfonso Gómez

 

©Foto Jim Pether

©Foto Jim Pether

 

 

 ©Foto Alfonso Gómez

 ©Foto Alfonso Gómez

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