• Kiritimati Christmas Island photos May 2016

    This is a movie I made from the photos I took on Christmas Island. We went there to go bonefish and trevally fishing. It's my second video that I've ever made so...bare with me ! :)

    published: 16 Aug 2016
  • christmas island 1958-9

    photos of 73 christmas island squadron royal engineers 1958-9

    published: 05 May 2011
  • Christmas Island, a natural wonder

    Christmas Island, a jewel in the Indian Ocean, filmed by Sorrel Wilby and the team at Australian Geographic. Find out more here: www.christmas.net.au - and join our Facebook community at www.facebook.com/christmasislandtourism

    published: 24 Apr 2012
  • memories of christmas island 1958-9.

    photos from christmas island 1958-9 , 73 christmas island squadron royal engineers

    published: 11 Jan 2013
  • Holy Crab! Christmas Island Tourist Mark Pierrot Pictured with Giant Coconut Crab

    Fearless holidaymaker Mark Pierrot picked up a coconut crab and posed fora photo in the Christmas Island jungle. Weighing up to 9lbs and measuring 3ft in length, the alien-like crustacean is the largest land-living crab in the world. Threatened by hunters, the coconut crab's meat is considered a delicacy and an aphrodisiac on some islands. A fearless tourist has returned home with the holiday snap of a lifetime after he encountered a giant crab on a tropical island in the Indian Ocean. Mark Pierrot was bold enough to pick up the massive coconut crab and hold it for the camera as he visited the jungle on Christmas Island. With terrifying claws that are powerful enough to crack coconuts, the alien-like crustacean is the largest land-living arthropod in the world, weighing up to 9lbs and meas...

    published: 04 Feb 2016
  • Christmas Island, Kiritimati

    Paris flats

    published: 31 Oct 2016
  • Christmas Island CITA Promo by Chris Bray

    Chris Bray runs photography safaris to Christmas Island each year in May.

    published: 15 Aug 2016
  • Christmas Island, Kiribati

    This slideshow consists of photos and a short video taken while cruising past Christmas Island in the South Pacific.

    published: 18 Dec 2008
  • Christmas Island Diving Video 2015

    Diving memory at Christmas Island, Indian Ocean, Australia in 2015. More photos: https://mayswaterworld.wixsite.com/underwaterphoto

    published: 31 Jan 2017
  • Part 9 Genuine Refugee's? The Illegal arrivals Christmas Island

    More photos from the jetty on Christmas Island. More evidence of those who could afford to pay people smuggles to get to the lucky country. A life of milk and honey all compliments of the Australian tax payer.

    published: 13 Dec 2014
  • Christmas Island is very beautiful Island of Australia, inhabited by refugees

    Christmas Island is very beautiful Island of Australia, inhabited by refugees Christmas Island,Christmas ,Island,Island of Australia,Australia,autralian,,refugee,refugees,asylum,crab,fregat bird,rebel,immigration,sand sculptures,sculptures,sand,facilities,indoor,exhibition,estate­, land, life, buildings, green, history, women,, nature, nature, traffic, car, train, station, architecture, wealth, trade, business, goods, vehicle, technique, temporary , progress, infrastructure, shops, downtown, heat, hospitality, catering, tourism, hotel, camping, tourism, In a detention center for refugees on Christmas Island are riots erupted after the death of an asylum seeker. The Kurdish man from Iran, had escaped last weekend. Australian and international media report that several hundred asylum see...

    published: 09 Nov 2015
  • Christmas Island - our experience so far.

    Since moving to Christmas Island in May we have been amazed by the beauty of the island. This is a sample of our experience through our photos.

    published: 02 Sep 2015
  • Christmas Island (Andrews Sisters)

    Here in Tropical North Queensland Australia Christmas is in the summer. This is a song from the Andrews Sisters set with some vintage and current beach photos.For Retro Christmas gifts on your list please check out www.oldsoulretro.com

    published: 21 Dec 2011
  • Operation Grapple

    Amateur cine film taken at the British nuclear tests on Christmas Island 1957.

    published: 19 Aug 2015
  • CITIES IN OCEANIA AND PHOTOS

    photos from: FIJI, FRENCH POLYNESIA, PALAU, MARSHALL ISLANDS, NAURU, TUVALU, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, SOLOMON ISLANDS, VANUATU, EAST TIMOR, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, NEW CALEDONIA, KIRIBATI, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA, NORFOLK, COCOS ISLANDS, CHRISTMAS ISLAND, WALLIS AND FUTUNA, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TONGA, GUAM, NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS, AMERICAN SAMOA, EASTERN ISLANDS, COOK ISLANDS, SAMOA, NIUE, PITCAIRN ISLANDS

    published: 12 Apr 2011
  • Fishing the Christmas Islands (Kiritimati/Kiribati) 2015

    On Dec 2015, four friends embarked on a week long fishing expedition to a tiny, barely inhabited atoll in the Pacific. Armed with spinning rods, GoPro cameras, liquor and a dash of recklessness, they tumbled headfirst into journey that would shape their lives forever. Was that dramatic enough?

    published: 10 Sep 2016
  • Thousands of Crabs Streets on Christmas Island

    Roll out the red carpet! Thousands of baby crabs turn the street crimson on Christmas Island seconds after being born in the sea Video shows thousands of baby red crabs migrating to land on Christmas Island The rare visual site shows the tiny creatures taking over residential streets Local to the area it is estimated that 40 to 50million red crabs live on the Island Thousands of baby red crabs turn a street on Christmas Island crimson, as the unique creatures make their way from mainland after being born in the sea. Truly spectacular video shows the tiny species, local to Christmas Island, walking by the thousands through a residential area.

    published: 05 Oct 2017
  • Christmas Island - April 2011

    Diving Images from Christmas Island Dive Trip by Pete Davis 5th Day Images in April 2011

    published: 14 Jun 2011
  • Christmas Island Baby Red Crab Return Dec 2016

    Every year on Australia's Christmas Island, 50 million red crabs leave their forest burrows and migrate on mass down to the coast to spawn into the sea. Their eggs hatch on contact with the water and then drift with the ocean currents for about a month, slowly transforming from plankton-like critters with tails into tiny crabs. If it's a good year and the ocean currents happen to bring them back to the island in time, then those that are not eaten by whale sharks clamber ashore and begin their march into the jungle, smothering everything in their way in a spectacular red carpet. Some years there are almost none, but 2016 when this video was shot was an unprecedented year, with more baby crabs returning than ever before. Join us in May every year for our 1 week photo tour of this incredi...

    published: 16 Feb 2017
  • VERY Weird Photos of Nature

    This crazy hole in the sky is what some might call a sky punch, a fallstreak hole, or a punchole cloud. It is the effect of something called the Bergeron Process. It is a rare and very complicated process where a certain kind of large cloud forms. The hole itself is usually triggered by a plane flying through it, where the turbines heat up the area in the punchole and create this epic looking scene. Learn about the BIGGEST of everything Monday, Wednesday, and Friday just subscribe! # 9 Moskstraumen The Moskstraumen is a system of whirlpools and eddies that frosm around the Lofoten archipelago, in Norway. It is unusual because most whirlpools do not occur in open seas and it also is some of the strongest systems of whirlpools in the entire world. This whirlpool is so powerful that an an...

    published: 25 Sep 2017
  • Invasion of the Yellow Crazy Ants!

    Thanks to Wet Tropics Management Authority for supporting MinuteEarth - http://wettropics.gov.au/ And support us on Patreon: https://goo.gl/ZVgLQZ Subscribe to MinuteEarth! - http://www.youtube.com/user/minuteearth?sub_confirmation=1 ________________________ Created by Henry Reich Production and Writing Team: Alex Reich, Peter Reich, Emily Elert, Ever Salazar, and Kate Yoshida Music by Nathaniel Schroeder: http://www.soundcloud.com/drschroeder ________________________ Free iTunes podcasts of MinuteEarth! - https://goo.gl/sfwS6n Facebook - http://facebook.com/minuteearth Twitter - http://twitter.com/MinuteEarth MinuteEarth provides an energetic and entertaining view of trends in earth's environment -- in just a few minutes! ________________________ References Bohlen, P.J., Scheu, S. ...

    published: 02 Jun 2014
  • Scientists Uncover SHOCKING DISCOVERY Underneath Easter Island Heads...

    Scientists Uncover A Shocking Discovery Underneath The Easter Island Heads... Full Bodes covered with Hieroglyphs which still need to be deciphered! ~~ Links: 1) http://www.snopes.com/photos/arts/easterisland.asp 2) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moai 3) Easter Island statues - Wikimedia commons images (Thumbnail image public domain Back of Statue with hieroglyphs. https://www.google.gr/search?tbs=simg:CAES4gEa3wELEKjU2AQaAggCDAsQsIynCBpiCmAIAxIougrBFacV_1wO4FaIVphWEHsYW3xXwN4I5-SrZOIc5kD_13Oa4q8TfWNxowO5qGL_1VCN1p7VQoZtE-NrNX1rvU_1z4cjDnurENRp4nt_1Ffn13r47-WXLqYxOXdU8IAMMCxCOrv4IGgoKCAgBEgRgIUZnDAsQne3BCRpNChUKE2FyY2hhZW9sb2dpY2FsIHNpdGUKBgoEc29pbAoGCgRyb2NrCg8KDXN0b25lIGNhcnZpbmcKEwoRb3V0ZG9vciBzdHJ1Y3R1cmUM&q=easter+island+heads+bodies&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiIhJiT4Y7KAhWFrRoKHUqLAXQQ...

    published: 03 Jan 2016
  • Fly in Fly Out Drinkers on Christmas Island

    Frigate birds make the most of a quiet Casino fresh water swimming pool on Christmas Island Music by Bach Toccata in D minor Youtube Library

    published: 14 Sep 2014
  • VLU2 1422 kHz Christmas Island

    This is radio station VLU2 1422 AM Christmas Island signing off December 31, 1980. I picked it up off an Ian McFarland DX Digest show on Radio Canada International (RCI) during that time period. Pictures are of Christmas Island.

    published: 24 Dec 2009
  • Kiritimati Christmas Island photos May 2016

    This is a movie I made from the photos I took on Christmas Island. We went there to go bonefish and trevally fishing. It's my second video that I've ever made so...bare with me ! :)

    published: 16 Aug 2016
  • 10 Photos You Won’t Believe Weren’t Photoshopped

    From thousands of Christmas Island crabs to an astronaut performing a totally untethered spacewalk we take a jaw dropping look at 10 photos you won’t believe weren’t photoshopped. http://bit.ly/Channel_Subscribe WATCH MORE HAM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQAE9na2LSI&list=PLz9EdJARh8znMQFsAaMKvEFp0UGgNsI6r&index=1 OUR STORE: http://bit.ly/Ham_Clothing OUR WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/Ham_on_TheWeb OUR SOCIALS: http://bit.ly/Ham_on_Twitter http://bit.ly/Ham_on_Facebook OUR MOST POPULAR TOP 10 VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0G-vFvUbO-M&list=PLz9EdJARh8zmkOZpbO-ToDyprjx9AQ4Wd&index=1

    published: 07 Jul 2016
  • Chris Bray Photography's Christmas Island Photo Safari

    Christmas Island 2,600km northwest of Perth lies Australia's best-kept secret: 'The Galapagos of the Indian Ocean' - a stunning tropical paradise full of rare and unusual birds, incomprehensible numbers of crabs, waterfalls, turtle-nesting beaches and some of the world's best snorkelling over crystal-clear, warm, tropical reefs. While not for the unfifit, this excitingly unique and completely unrivalled week-long visit includes 4WD-ing, boat trips, snorkelling, blowholes, cave swims, night trips, presentations by park rangers, all meals, a hotel room with precious air-conditioning and a view over the ocean! http://www.chrisbray.net/photo_safaris_christmas_island.php

    published: 03 Jun 2015
  • Holy Crab! Christmas Island Tourist Mark Pierrot Pictured with Giant Coconut Crab

    Fearless holidaymaker Mark Pierrot picked up a coconut crab and posed fora photo in the Christmas Island jungle. Weighing up to 9lbs and measuring 3ft in length, the alien-like crustacean is the largest land-living crab in the world. Threatened by hunters, the coconut crab's meat is considered a delicacy and an aphrodisiac on some islands. A fearless tourist has returned home with the holiday snap of a lifetime after he encountered a giant crab on a tropical island in the Indian Ocean. Mark Pierrot was bold enough to pick up the massive coconut crab and hold it for the camera as he visited the jungle on Christmas Island. With terrifying claws that are powerful enough to crack coconuts, the alien-like crustacean is the largest land-living arthropod in the world, weighing up to 9lbs and meas...

    published: 04 Feb 2016
  • memories of christmas island 1958-9.

    photos from christmas island 1958-9 , 73 christmas island squadron royal engineers

    published: 11 Jan 2013
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Kiritimati Christmas Island photos May 2016

Kiritimati Christmas Island photos May 2016

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This is a movie I made from the photos I took on Christmas Island. We went there to go bonefish and trevally fishing. It's my second video that I've ever made so...bare with me ! :)
https://wn.com/Kiritimati_Christmas_Island_Photos_May_2016
christmas island 1958-9

christmas island 1958-9

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photos of 73 christmas island squadron royal engineers 1958-9
https://wn.com/Christmas_Island_1958_9
Christmas Island, a natural wonder

Christmas Island, a natural wonder

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Christmas Island, a jewel in the Indian Ocean, filmed by Sorrel Wilby and the team at Australian Geographic. Find out more here: www.christmas.net.au - and join our Facebook community at www.facebook.com/christmasislandtourism
https://wn.com/Christmas_Island,_A_Natural_Wonder
memories of christmas island 1958-9.

memories of christmas island 1958-9.

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photos from christmas island 1958-9 , 73 christmas island squadron royal engineers
https://wn.com/Memories_Of_Christmas_Island_1958_9.
Holy Crab! Christmas Island Tourist Mark Pierrot Pictured with Giant Coconut Crab

Holy Crab! Christmas Island Tourist Mark Pierrot Pictured with Giant Coconut Crab

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Fearless holidaymaker Mark Pierrot picked up a coconut crab and posed fora photo in the Christmas Island jungle. Weighing up to 9lbs and measuring 3ft in length, the alien-like crustacean is the largest land-living crab in the world. Threatened by hunters, the coconut crab's meat is considered a delicacy and an aphrodisiac on some islands. A fearless tourist has returned home with the holiday snap of a lifetime after he encountered a giant crab on a tropical island in the Indian Ocean. Mark Pierrot was bold enough to pick up the massive coconut crab and hold it for the camera as he visited the jungle on Christmas Island. With terrifying claws that are powerful enough to crack coconuts, the alien-like crustacean is the largest land-living arthropod in the world, weighing up to 9lbs and measuring up to 3ft in length. It is estimated that tiny Christmas Island, an Australian territory, is home to more than a million coconut crabs – and they’re one of the reasons tourists visit. The monstrous crabs can climb trees but will drown in water, and are also known as robber crabs or palm thieves because they will get their claws on anything. Linda Cash, Christmas Island marketing manager, told AAP: ‘The reason they’re called robber crabs is because they steal everything. ‘If you leave something lying around, you can be pretty sure that a robber crab will take it away.’ She said the crabs have been known to steal shovels, drills and food, and there is an urban myth that one stole a rifle from a soldier who was stationed on the island decades ago. Nicknamed ‘crabzilla’ by those who have encountered it and shared their photos online, coconut crabs, a species of hermit crab, are found on many islands in the Pacific and Indian oceans, and once lived on mainland Australia. In addition to coconuts, their diet includes fruit, dead animals and other crabs. While the global population is not known, the crab is threatened by hunters, as residents of many islands consider their meat a delicacy and aphrodisiac. However, coconut crabs are protected on Christmas Island, where it is illegal to hunt and eat them. Those who do so can be fined AUD$5,500 (£2,700 or USD$4,000). Rachel Jones, head of the aquarium at London Zoo, once told MailOnline: '[The crab] lives in trees ... and gets into all sorts of places. They have big jaws that can crack open coconut shells, and they also feast on rats and other crabs. 'They can get pretty big, with a span of around 60 to 70 centimetres (23.6 to 27.5 inches). They are scary looking things.' Thanks For Watching Please Share This Video! Don't Forget To Subscribe, Like and Comment.
https://wn.com/Holy_Crab_Christmas_Island_Tourist_Mark_Pierrot_Pictured_With_Giant_Coconut_Crab
Christmas Island, Kiritimati

Christmas Island, Kiritimati

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Paris flats
https://wn.com/Christmas_Island,_Kiritimati
Christmas Island CITA Promo by Chris Bray

Christmas Island CITA Promo by Chris Bray

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Chris Bray runs photography safaris to Christmas Island each year in May.
https://wn.com/Christmas_Island_Cita_Promo_By_Chris_Bray
Christmas Island, Kiribati

Christmas Island, Kiribati

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This slideshow consists of photos and a short video taken while cruising past Christmas Island in the South Pacific.
https://wn.com/Christmas_Island,_Kiribati
Christmas Island Diving Video 2015

Christmas Island Diving Video 2015

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Diving memory at Christmas Island, Indian Ocean, Australia in 2015. More photos: https://mayswaterworld.wixsite.com/underwaterphoto
https://wn.com/Christmas_Island_Diving_Video_2015
Part 9 Genuine Refugee's? The Illegal arrivals Christmas Island

Part 9 Genuine Refugee's? The Illegal arrivals Christmas Island

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More photos from the jetty on Christmas Island. More evidence of those who could afford to pay people smuggles to get to the lucky country. A life of milk and honey all compliments of the Australian tax payer.
https://wn.com/Part_9_Genuine_Refugee's_The_Illegal_Arrivals_Christmas_Island
Christmas Island is very beautiful Island of Australia, inhabited by  refugees

Christmas Island is very beautiful Island of Australia, inhabited by refugees

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Christmas Island is very beautiful Island of Australia, inhabited by refugees Christmas Island,Christmas ,Island,Island of Australia,Australia,autralian,,refugee,refugees,asylum,crab,fregat bird,rebel,immigration,sand sculptures,sculptures,sand,facilities,indoor,exhibition,estate­, land, life, buildings, green, history, women,, nature, nature, traffic, car, train, station, architecture, wealth, trade, business, goods, vehicle, technique, temporary , progress, infrastructure, shops, downtown, heat, hospitality, catering, tourism, hotel, camping, tourism, In a detention center for refugees on Christmas Island are riots erupted after the death of an asylum seeker. The Kurdish man from Iran, had escaped last weekend. Australian and international media report that several hundred asylum seekers have rebelled. They have done extensive vandalism and arson at the detention center. It also said that guards the complex fled. According to the authorities, the guards retreated for their own safety. Suspect The body of the Kurd was found yesterday at the bottom of a cliff. The cause of death is being investigated by the authorities. A fellow detainees testified to the New Zealand radio station Radio NZ other asylum seekers think guards have something to him. Christmas Island is an Australian territory. The Australian authorities confirm that there are irregularities and that damage has been done. No people were injured. Tense Authorities say a group of Iranians peacefully demonstrating after the death of the prisoner. Others in the center would have made of that abuse. There is no riots on a large scale, says the Australian Department of Immigration. However, the situation remains tense. The ministry is trying to establish contact with the detainees in order to resolve the situation peacefully and safely. best, good, wonderful, fantastic, tour, forest, park, residence , hotel, restaurant, hospitality, vacation, holiday, destination, service, access, interpretation, presentation, guide, city, wall, city ​​wall, villages, schools, hospitals, city hall, theater, measure, amenities, mass, materials, civil, potters, priests, blacksmiths, teachers, civil servants, senior, trade route, homes, inhabited, settlement, forest, moor, heath, avenues, single, ring, pattern , boulevard, manufacturing, production engineering, housing, cultural heritage, heritage, culture, cultural, planning, economics, city ​​economy, future, graffiti, art, urban art, sculpture, public, public space, election, lobby, county, kingdom, law, justice, logistics, port, seaport, capital, stimulation, economic sector, mines, industry, industrial heritage, factories, migration, hygiene, pollution, solution, developing, elite, elite circles, expensive cars, metropolis, urban area, Agglomeration · Downtown · Mayor · town · Parish · Parish · Municipal Archivist · Municipality (government) · City Hall · City Council · Capital · Metropolis · Satellite City · Ships · City State · City State · City Hall · Borough · District Council · City Law · City State · Town · Urbanization · Councillor · Quarter · Sister Parish, love women love, beautiful building, monument, beautiful monument, women live, dresses, in 2016, women in 2016, fisheries, agricultural technology, irrigation, shops, adventure, center, cosiness, warmth, beach, beach resort, beach resort, port, sculpture art,
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Christmas Island - our experience so far.

Christmas Island - our experience so far.

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Since moving to Christmas Island in May we have been amazed by the beauty of the island. This is a sample of our experience through our photos.
https://wn.com/Christmas_Island_Our_Experience_So_Far.
Christmas Island (Andrews Sisters)

Christmas Island (Andrews Sisters)

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Here in Tropical North Queensland Australia Christmas is in the summer. This is a song from the Andrews Sisters set with some vintage and current beach photos.For Retro Christmas gifts on your list please check out www.oldsoulretro.com
https://wn.com/Christmas_Island_(Andrews_Sisters)
Operation Grapple

Operation Grapple

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Amateur cine film taken at the British nuclear tests on Christmas Island 1957.
https://wn.com/Operation_Grapple
CITIES IN OCEANIA AND PHOTOS

CITIES IN OCEANIA AND PHOTOS

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photos from: FIJI, FRENCH POLYNESIA, PALAU, MARSHALL ISLANDS, NAURU, TUVALU, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, SOLOMON ISLANDS, VANUATU, EAST TIMOR, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, NEW CALEDONIA, KIRIBATI, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA, NORFOLK, COCOS ISLANDS, CHRISTMAS ISLAND, WALLIS AND FUTUNA, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TONGA, GUAM, NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS, AMERICAN SAMOA, EASTERN ISLANDS, COOK ISLANDS, SAMOA, NIUE, PITCAIRN ISLANDS
https://wn.com/Cities_In_Oceania_And_Photos
Fishing the Christmas Islands (Kiritimati/Kiribati) 2015

Fishing the Christmas Islands (Kiritimati/Kiribati) 2015

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On Dec 2015, four friends embarked on a week long fishing expedition to a tiny, barely inhabited atoll in the Pacific. Armed with spinning rods, GoPro cameras, liquor and a dash of recklessness, they tumbled headfirst into journey that would shape their lives forever. Was that dramatic enough?
https://wn.com/Fishing_The_Christmas_Islands_(Kiritimati_Kiribati)_2015
Thousands of Crabs Streets on Christmas Island

Thousands of Crabs Streets on Christmas Island

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Roll out the red carpet! Thousands of baby crabs turn the street crimson on Christmas Island seconds after being born in the sea Video shows thousands of baby red crabs migrating to land on Christmas Island The rare visual site shows the tiny creatures taking over residential streets Local to the area it is estimated that 40 to 50million red crabs live on the Island Thousands of baby red crabs turn a street on Christmas Island crimson, as the unique creatures make their way from mainland after being born in the sea. Truly spectacular video shows the tiny species, local to Christmas Island, walking by the thousands through a residential area.
https://wn.com/Thousands_Of_Crabs_Streets_On_Christmas_Island
Christmas Island - April 2011

Christmas Island - April 2011

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Diving Images from Christmas Island Dive Trip by Pete Davis 5th Day Images in April 2011
https://wn.com/Christmas_Island_April_2011
Christmas Island Baby Red Crab Return Dec 2016

Christmas Island Baby Red Crab Return Dec 2016

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Every year on Australia's Christmas Island, 50 million red crabs leave their forest burrows and migrate on mass down to the coast to spawn into the sea. Their eggs hatch on contact with the water and then drift with the ocean currents for about a month, slowly transforming from plankton-like critters with tails into tiny crabs. If it's a good year and the ocean currents happen to bring them back to the island in time, then those that are not eaten by whale sharks clamber ashore and begin their march into the jungle, smothering everything in their way in a spectacular red carpet. Some years there are almost none, but 2016 when this video was shot was an unprecedented year, with more baby crabs returning than ever before. Join us in May every year for our 1 week photo tour of this incredible tropical paradise. Check out www.ChrisBrayPhotography.com for details.
https://wn.com/Christmas_Island_Baby_Red_Crab_Return_Dec_2016
VERY Weird Photos of Nature

VERY Weird Photos of Nature

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This crazy hole in the sky is what some might call a sky punch, a fallstreak hole, or a punchole cloud. It is the effect of something called the Bergeron Process. It is a rare and very complicated process where a certain kind of large cloud forms. The hole itself is usually triggered by a plane flying through it, where the turbines heat up the area in the punchole and create this epic looking scene. Learn about the BIGGEST of everything Monday, Wednesday, and Friday just subscribe! # 9 Moskstraumen The Moskstraumen is a system of whirlpools and eddies that frosm around the Lofoten archipelago, in Norway. It is unusual because most whirlpools do not occur in open seas and it also is some of the strongest systems of whirlpools in the entire world. This whirlpool is so powerful that an ancient story was written about it in “A Descent into the Malestrom” and is often referred to in other literature. # 8 Frost Flowers These are flowers floating on ice and called frost flowers. They form when the atmosphere is colder than the water or ice underneath. So they usually form on top of young sea ice or thin lake ice in very cold conditions. These frost flowers are around 4 centimeters in diameter and look like something out of an illustration rather than something that you can see in real life. # 7 Flammable Ice Bubbles These frozen bubbles are found under Lake Abraham in Alberta. While they may look like very picturesque, pieces of ice sculpture in the water, they are actually quite dangerous.They are actually bubbles of methane frozen in the lake. While methane escaping from the ice isn’t too dangerous on its own, it is a more dangerous greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. Still, as long as you’re not stepping on one of these highly flammable gas bubbles when lightning strikes, you should be fine. # 6 Volcanic Lightning This may look like the product of some crazy villain at the end of the movie, but it is actually a completely naturally occurring phenomenon. This is most commonly referred to as a dirty thunderstorm. It happens when the particles in the ash cloud of an eruption rub together and create enough static electricity to discharge it in a bolt of lightning. # 5 Mass Crab Migration The Christmas Island Red Crab is a species of Land Crab that can exclusively be found in Christmas Island and in lower numbers in North Keeling Island. For most of the year, these crabs live in the forests found in the middle of the island, but once a year they migrate to the coasts of the island en masse. It creates this hilarious and slightly terrifying sight of thousands of red crabs crawling towards the sea. It’s such an ordeal that locals have built specific bridges that allow the crabs to get to the sea without stopping traffic or dying by the dozen. # 4 Icy Volcano Mount Erebus is the southernmost volcano in the world, in a place that you wouldn’t expect a volcano to be at all. It can be found in Antarctica, and it is covered in ice. Erebus is covered in something called ice towers or fumaroles, where gas and heat carve a tunnel through the ice and create weird steaming chimneys of ice. The steam coming out of the cave freezes when it meets the cold air and starts building these ice chimneys. Seeing a volcano in a place that is often well below freezing in temperature can easily make you feel like you’re on another planet. # 3 Light Pillars This is a weather phenomenon that’s likely what is responsible for many UFO sightings over the years. These are light pillars - an atmospheric optical illusion that happens when light reflects on ice crystals that are suspended in the air. While light pillars are the most easily seen when it’s darker out, they can actually be caused by the sun, often when it’s below the horizon. However, it can also happen when light from the moon or street lamps is reflected through ice crystals. # 2 Burning Forever This is what is referred to as “Door to Hell”, a site that could be found in Turkmenistan. It occurred when Soviet drillers accidentally dug into a natural gas crater. The methane gas was spreading out, so officials set the gas on fire to prevent the methane from escaping and doing any harm. # 1 Ring of Fire This strange sight in the middle of the wilderness is the work of land artists Douglas Gordon and Morgane Tschiember. The piece is supposed to be a play on ideas of fear and survivalism. The piece is massive and remains mostly confusing to most people. It has the equally confusing name elevation 1049: avalanche.
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Invasion of the Yellow Crazy Ants!

Invasion of the Yellow Crazy Ants!

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Thanks to Wet Tropics Management Authority for supporting MinuteEarth - http://wettropics.gov.au/ And support us on Patreon: https://goo.gl/ZVgLQZ Subscribe to MinuteEarth! - http://www.youtube.com/user/minuteearth?sub_confirmation=1 ________________________ Created by Henry Reich Production and Writing Team: Alex Reich, Peter Reich, Emily Elert, Ever Salazar, and Kate Yoshida Music by Nathaniel Schroeder: http://www.soundcloud.com/drschroeder ________________________ Free iTunes podcasts of MinuteEarth! - https://goo.gl/sfwS6n Facebook - http://facebook.com/minuteearth Twitter - http://twitter.com/MinuteEarth MinuteEarth provides an energetic and entertaining view of trends in earth's environment -- in just a few minutes! ________________________ References Bohlen, P.J., Scheu, S. Hale, C.M., McLean, A.M., Migge, A., Groffman, P.M., and Parkinson, D. (2004). Non-native invasive earthworms as agents of change in northern temperate forests. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(8): 427-435. http://grownativemass.org/sites/default/files/downloads/Earthworm%20invasion.pdf Boland, C.R.J., Smith, M.J.Maple D.J., Tiernan, B., Barr, R., Reeves, R., and Napier, F. (2011). Heli-baiting using low concentration fipronil to control invasive yellow crazy ant supercolonies on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean. 152-156 In: Veitch, C. R.; Clout, M. N. and Towns, D. R. (eds.). 2011.  Island invasives: eradication and management. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. http://www.issg.org/pdf/publications/island_invasives/pdfhqprint/2boland.pdf Csurhes, S. and Hankamer, C. (2012) Pest Animal Risk Assessment: Yellow Crazy Ant (Anoplolepis gracilipes). Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation. http://www.daff.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/63372/IPA-Yellow-Crazy-Ant-Risk-Assessment.pdf Hoffman, B. (2009) Dhimurru Yellow Crazy Ant Management Plan: a report prepared for Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation. http://www.dhimurru.com.au/uploads/8/9/3/6/8936577/dhimurru_draft_plan_of_crazy_ant_management_.pdf Hoffmann, B.D., Auina, S., and Stanley, M.C. (2014). Targeted Research to Improve Invasive Species Management: Yellow Crazy Ant Anoplolepis gracilipes in Samoa. PLoS ONE 9(4): e95301. http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0095301 O'Dowd D.J., Green P.T., and Lake P.S. (2003). Invasional 'meltdown' on an oceanic island. Ecology Letters 6: 812--817. http://wolfweb.unr.edu/~ldyer/classes/396/odowd.pdf Parkes, J., and Murphy, E. (2003). Management of introduced mammals in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 30: 335--359. http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.130.877&rep=rep1&type=pdf Pimentel, D., Zuniga, R. and Morrison, D. (2005). Update on the environmental and economic costs associated with alien invasive species in the United States. Ecological Economics, 52(3): 273-288. http://www.forestpests.org/pdf/Update%20on%20the%20environmental%20and%20economic%20costs%20associated%20with%20alien-invasive%20species%20in%20the%20US.pdf Webb, G.A. and Hoffmann, B.D. (2013). Field evaluations of the efficacy of Distance Plus on invasive ant species in northern Australia. Journal of Economic Entomology 106(4):1545-52. http://www.sumitomo-chem.com.au/sites/default/files/pdf/science/webb_hoffmann_2013.pdf Image credits Earthworm Photo by: Rob Hille http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Earthworm_01.jpg Yellow Crazy Ant Based on photo by: John Tann https://www.flickr.com/photos/31031835@N08/5698998061/ Cassowary Photo by: Flickr user thinboyfatter https://www.flickr.com/photos/1234abcd/5738935515/ Wooroonooran Josephine Falls Photo by: Wikimedia user LecomteB http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wooroonooran_Josephine_Falls.jpg
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Scientists Uncover SHOCKING DISCOVERY  Underneath Easter Island Heads...

Scientists Uncover SHOCKING DISCOVERY Underneath Easter Island Heads...

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Scientists Uncover A Shocking Discovery Underneath The Easter Island Heads... Full Bodes covered with Hieroglyphs which still need to be deciphered! ~~ Links: 1) http://www.snopes.com/photos/arts/easterisland.asp 2) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moai 3) Easter Island statues - Wikimedia commons images (Thumbnail image public domain Back of Statue with hieroglyphs. https://www.google.gr/search?tbs=simg:CAES4gEa3wELEKjU2AQaAggCDAsQsIynCBpiCmAIAxIougrBFacV_1wO4FaIVphWEHsYW3xXwN4I5-SrZOIc5kD_13Oa4q8TfWNxowO5qGL_1VCN1p7VQoZtE-NrNX1rvU_1z4cjDnurENRp4nt_1Ffn13r47-WXLqYxOXdU8IAMMCxCOrv4IGgoKCAgBEgRgIUZnDAsQne3BCRpNChUKE2FyY2hhZW9sb2dpY2FsIHNpdGUKBgoEc29pbAoGCgRyb2NrCg8KDXN0b25lIGNhcnZpbmcKEwoRb3V0ZG9vciBzdHJ1Y3R1cmUM&q=easter+island+heads+bodies&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiIhJiT4Y7KAhWFrRoKHUqLAXQQsw4IMw&biw=1366&bih=599#tbm=isch&q=easter+island+heads+bodies+wikimedia+commons+images 4) http://lookat.world/52039/the-easter-island-heads-are-impressive-but-theyre-hiding-a-big-secret 5) Music - Youtube Audio Library "Ambient Ambulance" https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
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Fly in Fly Out Drinkers on Christmas Island

Fly in Fly Out Drinkers on Christmas Island

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Frigate birds make the most of a quiet Casino fresh water swimming pool on Christmas Island Music by Bach Toccata in D minor Youtube Library
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VLU2 1422 kHz Christmas Island

VLU2 1422 kHz Christmas Island

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This is radio station VLU2 1422 AM Christmas Island signing off December 31, 1980. I picked it up off an Ian McFarland DX Digest show on Radio Canada International (RCI) during that time period. Pictures are of Christmas Island.
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Kiritimati Christmas Island photos May 2016

Kiritimati Christmas Island photos May 2016

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This is a movie I made from the photos I took on Christmas Island. We went there to go bonefish and trevally fishing. It's my second video that I've ever made so...bare with me ! :)
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10 Photos You Won’t Believe Weren’t Photoshopped

10 Photos You Won’t Believe Weren’t Photoshopped

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From thousands of Christmas Island crabs to an astronaut performing a totally untethered spacewalk we take a jaw dropping look at 10 photos you won’t believe weren’t photoshopped. http://bit.ly/Channel_Subscribe WATCH MORE HAM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQAE9na2LSI&list=PLz9EdJARh8znMQFsAaMKvEFp0UGgNsI6r&index=1 OUR STORE: http://bit.ly/Ham_Clothing OUR WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/Ham_on_TheWeb OUR SOCIALS: http://bit.ly/Ham_on_Twitter http://bit.ly/Ham_on_Facebook OUR MOST POPULAR TOP 10 VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0G-vFvUbO-M&list=PLz9EdJARh8zmkOZpbO-ToDyprjx9AQ4Wd&index=1
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Chris Bray Photography's Christmas Island Photo Safari

Chris Bray Photography's Christmas Island Photo Safari

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Christmas Island 2,600km northwest of Perth lies Australia's best-kept secret: 'The Galapagos of the Indian Ocean' - a stunning tropical paradise full of rare and unusual birds, incomprehensible numbers of crabs, waterfalls, turtle-nesting beaches and some of the world's best snorkelling over crystal-clear, warm, tropical reefs. While not for the unfifit, this excitingly unique and completely unrivalled week-long visit includes 4WD-ing, boat trips, snorkelling, blowholes, cave swims, night trips, presentations by park rangers, all meals, a hotel room with precious air-conditioning and a view over the ocean! http://www.chrisbray.net/photo_safaris_christmas_island.php
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Holy Crab! Christmas Island Tourist Mark Pierrot Pictured with Giant Coconut Crab

Holy Crab! Christmas Island Tourist Mark Pierrot Pictured with Giant Coconut Crab

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Fearless holidaymaker Mark Pierrot picked up a coconut crab and posed fora photo in the Christmas Island jungle. Weighing up to 9lbs and measuring 3ft in length, the alien-like crustacean is the largest land-living crab in the world. Threatened by hunters, the coconut crab's meat is considered a delicacy and an aphrodisiac on some islands. A fearless tourist has returned home with the holiday snap of a lifetime after he encountered a giant crab on a tropical island in the Indian Ocean. Mark Pierrot was bold enough to pick up the massive coconut crab and hold it for the camera as he visited the jungle on Christmas Island. With terrifying claws that are powerful enough to crack coconuts, the alien-like crustacean is the largest land-living arthropod in the world, weighing up to 9lbs and measuring up to 3ft in length. It is estimated that tiny Christmas Island, an Australian territory, is home to more than a million coconut crabs – and they’re one of the reasons tourists visit. The monstrous crabs can climb trees but will drown in water, and are also known as robber crabs or palm thieves because they will get their claws on anything. Linda Cash, Christmas Island marketing manager, told AAP: ‘The reason they’re called robber crabs is because they steal everything. ‘If you leave something lying around, you can be pretty sure that a robber crab will take it away.’ She said the crabs have been known to steal shovels, drills and food, and there is an urban myth that one stole a rifle from a soldier who was stationed on the island decades ago. Nicknamed ‘crabzilla’ by those who have encountered it and shared their photos online, coconut crabs, a species of hermit crab, are found on many islands in the Pacific and Indian oceans, and once lived on mainland Australia. In addition to coconuts, their diet includes fruit, dead animals and other crabs. While the global population is not known, the crab is threatened by hunters, as residents of many islands consider their meat a delicacy and aphrodisiac. However, coconut crabs are protected on Christmas Island, where it is illegal to hunt and eat them. Those who do so can be fined AUD$5,500 (£2,700 or USD$4,000). Rachel Jones, head of the aquarium at London Zoo, once told MailOnline: '[The crab] lives in trees ... and gets into all sorts of places. They have big jaws that can crack open coconut shells, and they also feast on rats and other crabs. 'They can get pretty big, with a span of around 60 to 70 centimetres (23.6 to 27.5 inches). They are scary looking things.'
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memories of christmas island 1958-9.

memories of christmas island 1958-9.

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photos from christmas island 1958-9 , 73 christmas island squadron royal engineers
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