Japanese artist Yasuhiro Suzuki creates a boat in the shape of a zipper so that it looks like it is opening the water wherever it passes.
A shark jumps on a fishing boat Saturday November 5, 2022 off Whitianga, New Zealand, a group of people were fishing for trevally when a mako shark, having taken a bait, jumped out of the water and landed on the front of the boat. The fish, over 2 meters long, then remained stuck on the fishermen's boat for a few minutes before managing to return to the water, safe and sound.
Jump out of a boat without thinking Three young women jump into the water from a speeding boat, but one of them jumps from the front of the boat, risking being hit by the boat and its propeller.
A puma on an iceberg On Tuesday, July 20, 2021, tourists aboard a boat sailing on Lake Argentino, in Argentinian Patagonia, saw a puma that was installed on a drifting iceberg. Used to the extreme conditions of the region, pumas are excellent swimmers and sometimes swim from one shore to another. It was probably on the piece of ice before it came off. He was watched by members of the Glacier National Park but did not need to be taken care of. Lake Argentino is renowned for impressive glaciers plunging directly into its waters, such as the Perito Moreno Glacier and the Upsala Glacier.
Sneaky track marshal steals brake fluid tank cover During the lap of honor, at the end of the Jerez race , in MotoGP , Alex Rins , enthusiastic for his second position, delivered his Suzuki GSX-RR into the hands of a race commissioner. Nothing strange if it were not, that two cameras placed on the Japanese fireball have recorder a theft! The Race Commissioner, stealthily, "withdrew" the brake fluid tank cover, putting it in his pocket!
Canal Boat Ninja Occurred on December 29, 2017 / Yanagawa, Kyushu, Japan Liuchuan sightseeing boat.
In Tune with Time – Watchmaker Masahiro Kikuno Masahiro Kikuno is a master craftsman who belongs to an exclusive international group of independent watchmakers. These consummate artists create timepieces that reflect their deepest ideals, with no connection to commercial watch manufacturers. Kikuno's creations are deeply influenced by traditional Japanese culture. He's fascinated by a masterpiece called the Myriad Year Clock, which was built by a 19th-century Japanese mechanical genius. Containing over a thousand hand-made parts, the clock is a marvel of complex and precise engineering. Kikuno seeks to transcend that old master's achievement by giving the clock a modern rebirth in the form of an elegant wristwatch. This program documents Kikuno's exacting methods of designing and hand-machining all of the delicate parts needed to create a modern masterpiece.
Illegal Japanese whaling filmed by the Australian Government in Antarctica This is the footage that the Australian Government didn't want you to see. Since 2012, Sea Shepherd has been a part of a joint fight to get the Australian Government to release rare whaling footage obtained on a 2008 Australian Customs mission to the Antarctic. Here is the footage that the Australian Government filmed with tax payers' money, of the Japanese whaling fleet illegally whaling in Antarctica, in Australian waters. The footage was filmed as part of gathering evidence for the International Court of Justice, which found Japans whaling to be illegal. Sea Shepherd has been relentless in their opposition to the Japanese whaling fleet, filling a void in doing the job that the majority of Australian’s want to see done. Now is the time for the Australian Government to send a vessel to oppose whaling by Japan and take Japan to the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea.
Rescuing a Cute Koala Occurred on August 27, 2017 / Ulupna Island Murray River, Victoria, Australia "A group of students with a sessional lecturer from Latrobe University Bendigo Outdoor and Environmental Education degree were canoeing on the Murray River at Ulupna Island. We had been on the river since Thursday and there was minor flood levels at the time which is quite normal for the area. Sunday morning we stopped on the banks to check a fast flowing section when we saw this koala sitting in the branch of a tree that was surrounded by water. Matt, one of the students paddled closer to get a photo and noticed the koala was eyeing off his canoe and looked to be trying to get closer and maybe jump on board, so he pushed the boat over closer to the tree and the koala jumped on board straight away to be ferried back to shore. Once he was back on dry land you could see his back legs were wet so we guessed that he has maybe tried to swim back to shore but decided the current was maybe too strong. Once back on shore the koala didn't seem worried about us being there at all and stuck around for a while taking a drink from the river."
Crocodile Feeding Occurred on June 8, 2017 / Prince Regent River, Kimberley, Western Australia "Discarded fish scraps attracted the interests of several sharks and a big salt water crocodile. The croc swam up to the boat and waited, ignoring the scraps but had his mouth open and ready. Another scrap was thrown into the water and a shark darted in to claim it, but the croc quickly latched into the shark's head and swam away to a nearby mangrove."
Would You Swim in This River? Occurred on June 10, 2017 / Debary, Florida, USA "My husband was bailing water out of our boat after a huge storm. Every time he threw the water we saw splashes in the water. I happened to be recording on one of the tosses and we saw huge splashes of water everywhere. We both looked at each other and said 'I will never swim in there again!'"
Greece: Tensions as migrants arrive on Kos – BBC News The refugee crisis on three Greek islands near Turkey is "total chaos", the UN refugee agency UNHCR says. Accommodation, water and sanitation are all inadequate for the many asylum seekers on Kos, Chios and Lesbos, the UNHCR says, calling it "shameful".
124,000 migrants have arrived in Greece so far this year, including 50,000 in July alone. The BBC's James Reynolds was there when one boat of migrants arrived ashore on the island of Kos.