Animals of Okavango Delta – 8K HDR Wildlife of Africa with Real Nature Sounds – Episode 2


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Animals of Okavango Delta – 8K HDR Wildlife of Africa with Real Nature Sounds – Episode 2


1 Hour


8K HDR, 3840×2160 – MP4, H265

DIRECTED BY: Roman Khomlyak, Pro Art inc.

Video from: Okavango River Area, Botswana, Africa

Video title: Wildlife in Africa Episode 2 Rich Wildlife Of Okavango River

Time of Filming: 2021

Equipment used: Red DSMC3 Helium, Red Komodo, Red Dragon, Blackmagic Ursa Mini Pro 12K, Canon EOS RP

Video type: nature relax video

Video Resolution: 8K HDR

Producer: Roman Khomlyak, Pro Art Inc

Cinematographer: Robert Hofmeyr

Editor and colorist: Maksym Bovtun, Sergii Kobeliash

Supervising editor: Anatolii Pylypenko, Mykhailo Feshchak

Indulge in the breathtaking world of African wildlife in mesmerizing 8K HDR resolution through this soothing film with real nature sounds. From the regal elephants of the Okavango Delta to the lively zebras of the savanna, this cinematic masterpiece filmed by our filmmaker Robert Hofmeyr captures the true spirit of the wildlife in its natural domain. Let the authentic sounds surround you, from the majestic trumpeting of elephants to the melodious chirping of birds, as this film whisks you to the heart of nature. Whether you seek relaxation or a deeper understanding of African wildlife, this film offers an enriching experience for you.

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The Okavango Delta is one of the most biodiverse places on Earth, home to over 200,000 animals and 900 plant species. It is also one of the few remaining places in Africa where you can see large populations of all the Big Five game animals: lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos, and buffaloes.

But what makes the Okavango Delta truly unique is its seasonal flooding. Every year, the Okavango River floods the delta, creating a vast oasis in the middle of the Kalahari Desert. This flooding provides essential habitat for a wide variety of wildlife, including many endangered and threatened species.

One of the most fascinating animals in the Okavango Delta is the red lechwe. This antelope is uniquely adapted to the flooded grasslands, with long legs and webbed hooves that allow it to swim and wade through the water. Red lechwe are a favorite food source for lions, leopards, and other predators, and they play an important role in the delta’s ecosystem.

Another interesting animal in the Okavango Delta is the wattled crane. This large bird is known for its elaborate courtship dance, which involves stomping its feet, flapping its wings, and throwing its head back. Wattled cranes are also significant members of the delta’s ecosystem, helping to control the population of rodents and insects.

The Okavango Delta is undeniably a unique and exceptional destination, with its wildlife standing out as one of its most precious assets. If you ever have the fortunate opportunity to visit this remarkable place, be sure to savor the incredible diversity of life it nurtures. In the meantime, make yourself comfortable, relax, and embark on your 8K HDR virtual safari in South Africa with us (00:00:00!

00:00:37 Giraffe
00:01:13 Lion
00:01:29 Lechwe
00:01:52 Elephant
00:02:15 Common warthog
00:02:22 Baboons
00:02:45 Hartebeest
00:03:02 Zebra
00:03:20 Great egret
00:03:24 Antelope
00:03:37 Giant African Millipede
00:03:51 Dung beetle
00:04:14 Bulls
00:04:28 Common Ostrich
00:04:45 Hamerkop
00:05:39 Pied kingfisher
00:05:50 African buffalo
00:06:19 Helmeted guineafowl
00:08:17 Marabou stork
00:09:43 Oribi
00:10:46 Wattled Crane
00:11:44 Slaty egret
00:12:06 Duck
00:17:38 Saddle-billed stork
00:21:52 Hippos
00:31:26 Brahman
00:32:41 Lion
00:39:36 Reed cormorant
00:39:53 Spur-winged goose
00:40:02 African jacana
00:42:21 Sable antelope

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