The Okavango River Basin provides a vital source of water to about one million people and abundant and diverse wildlife populations. However, this once untouched oasis is now at risk as human activity encroaches. Come face to face with lions, hippos, wild dogs, and more in the final episode of The Okavango Experience, as the team returns from this incredible wilderness.
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Return from the Okavango in 360 - Ep. 4 | The Okavango Experience
YouTube is the only way for people like nat geo to send their message regarding footage of the natural world and all of its beauty and poisonous structures but deadly to the touch some kill in natural ways but I cant forget the animals with the technology footage of these creatures that rome the earth in natural strategy and order almost makes you want to be in the natural world and there's also facebook and twitter and instagram and thats pre tards
Bri Lee (14 days ago)
I would not want to live in a world full of cities. We need more wildlife conservation efforts like this.
Van Guess (14 days ago)
geetha priya (17 days ago)
Live safari@sitting place😎cool. Real effect of 360° experienced today along with sound effect✌
Cree Moon (17 days ago)
Thank you, very cool. more please.
Tyshawn Williams (17 days ago)
It’s actually soo cool how we can turn the camera
Fans SP (17 days ago)
hello dear great video and full view
Guersom Falcon (17 days ago)
We are men, not machines! (17 days ago)
It wasn't that great.
Logan Reynolds (17 days ago)
Awesome! If you guys like this channel do subscribe to mine!
Mer Sundberg (17 days ago)
This was an amazing experience! Thanks for it
Maria da Luz Moutinho (17 days ago)
O retorno de um sítio especial ...deve deixar muitas saudades!! Viver num mundo de forma primitiva e vagarosamente desfrutar de uma paisagem cheia de esplendor e seguir os animais ....para regressar ao mundo frenético e apressadamente ...deve ser um choque?! Obrigado pelos momentos fantásticos que nos mostraram e a beleza que também está a passar por momentos de tragédia...havendo respeito estamons nós, estão os animaus e a conciliacao da natureza em pé de igualdade!! Qual a próxima experiência a 360?!!
Tony Johnson (17 days ago)
Amazing place. Not a fan of the 360• Videos
TheBaconOtaku - (18 days ago)
Ooo I love this
β Aquarii (18 days ago)
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Giliaditya Linggarjati (18 days ago)
why people dislike this video?
Noor Diamond (18 days ago)
When i use head phone so the sound makes me feel... uhmm 😊👍
Reymond Sayat (18 days ago)
Theeran M (18 days ago)
Mike Downes (18 days ago)
thanks so much -- such a valuable set of videos, happy new year, best for 2019!!
rick smith (18 days ago)
Very well we are connected to these beautiful creatures god bless them
Brain Point TV (18 days ago)
That was a very nice experience and thank you today is my brithday
Karuna Nelson (18 days ago)
Amazing let us pray that instead of these places and Animals disappearing that instead they will develop and expand that the Lord's Animal populations will increase. The Lord's Prayer Matthew chapter six verse nine of the New Testament in the Bible strengthens the mind and is worthwhile habit every day and God is listening we are just not coming to him to honour and ask for preservation of His Creation
Mieczysław Mikołajczyk (18 days ago)
lesmana dwie (18 days ago)
Gabrielle Ross (18 days ago)
360 video is always blurry 😔
Length Feature (16 days ago)
+twnkls Poachers already know where these animals are, how do you think NG knows where they are? These "guides" the photographers hire are nothing but Poachers / park guards
twnkls (17 days ago)
I don’t think they should be filming these guys. These ones are out in the open, free to roam, uninterrupted. That is until these camera guys came in to “show and tell” the public where they are for poachers.
Aa A (18 days ago)
I have a GoPro Fusion and all I can say is that it's not the camera's fault, Youtube compression messes up the video
Gabrielle Ross (18 days ago)
+Shakir Rehman oh I thought it needs a converter ok let me check, tnx
Shakir Rehman (18 days ago)
watch it in 1080 it is amazing
Marco Antonio Sueldo (18 days ago)
I can touch the screen and have a more personal experience. I like this technology, and much more because it is Nature whith National geographic, thanks! 🐅🐗🐘🌴🐒🐾🙂 👍🏼
Katherine Uribe (18 days ago)
I would love to go to the Okavango! Amazing wildlife and environment! Conservation efforts must be extended to all our creatures and wild places! Let's hope that 2019 is the year we all get on board!🌷
vinay chinchkar (18 days ago)
Amazing experience thank you nat geo
Joseph taruma (18 days ago)
Is it just me all this camera is facing up right through 😨😨😨
gamers 4444 (18 days ago)
U can rotate the camera it's 360 video dude
Yatie Tie (18 days ago)
Happy New Year 2019 all of you.. 😉😉😉
360 video 👍👍👍
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Ely parsons (18 days ago)
Happy new year! Thank you so much for the share
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Philippines Rainbow Pinoy Pride (18 days ago)
wow hahaha ilove national geography even im from philippines. national geography for me was so famous😂😘🌃👑