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Amazing Tanganyika Documentary by LightSearch

Postby Furcifer » Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:11 am

Have you seen these vids from channel LightSearch? ( Sorry if it shared here before)

Lot's of footage about sand dwellers,cyprichromis,cyathopharynx,tropheus,ophtalmotilapia,callochromis and other species,
lake, ndole bay, people and some very nice animations about habitats, species etc... There are also 5 hours footage of some areas in the lake.
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This guy deserves some respect because of his unique work.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPgak1_ ... dex=6&t=4s
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Re: Amazing Tanganyika Documentary by LightSearch

Postby Furcifer » Wed Mar 22, 2017 4:55 am

So, no one excited like me :)

I think nat geo, bbc or any other big channel don't have this kind of videos except "jewel of the rift"
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Re: Amazing Tanganyika Documentary by LightSearch

Postby wryan » Wed Mar 22, 2017 10:31 am

Watched about 10 minutes of the first part ... looks awesome !

Thanks for sharing ... :thumb:
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Re: Amazing Tanganyika Documentary by LightSearch

Postby easywolf31 » Thu Mar 23, 2017 12:29 am

Great documentary. Too bad not much on my 4 favorites..Leleupis, Brichardi types, Julidochromis & Frontosas.
8 Kigoma Frontosas, 1 Burundi Frontosas, 1 Jul. Dickfieldi
1 Brichardi, 1 Daffodil, 1 Olivaceous, 2 Orange Leleupi
1 Blue Dolphin, 1 Jewel, 1 Green Texas Cichlid
1 Ancistrus Sp. Pleco
Fluval Profile 1500 140 Gallon Aquarium
Empty Eheim 60 Gallon Aquarium
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Re: Amazing Tanganyika Documentary by LightSearch

Postby Furcifer » Fri Mar 24, 2017 5:06 am

You should check the channel not only one video. It shows lots of species and habitats in the lake.
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