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Amazon Jungle Video clip
Last Post 29-01-2013 12:03 PM by jonesy. 6 Replies.
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13-01-2012 12:35 PM

The in flight filming is fantastic, bit gutted when the boat comes into view though  but in the end there is a bit of hope

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13-01-2012 1:39 PM
How beautiful the birds are in flight. But oh, those poor birds and animals caged up. When will trapping stop. And Hurray for the escapee.
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13-01-2012 4:10 PM
I couldn't agree with Gillie & Terry, more! Good to watch thew first half though!
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14-01-2012 12:13 AM
OK so you have just made me cry for two differant reasons
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14-01-2012 4:21 AM
It's very well made, those birds look stunning which is there ultimate downfall where man is concerned, they become desirable to own.
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29-01-2013 3:32 AM
Thats beautifull but upsetting at same time, birds flying free and not caged up but then my heart sank when the boat came round, no animal should be caged and should be stopped now.
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29-01-2013 12:03 PM

The first part was wonderfull to watch. The middle but made me angry and then he escaped, I shouted yippee.

 

Just one questions though ??????????????? Why didn't it go back and release everything else??????? Needs more training I felt 

 

Or why didn't the camera person go and release them????

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