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If you enjoy the videos and you want to contribute, you can use my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/Ardeus This was the last dive I took in Lake Tanganyika on 18th December 2013, on the last day of a 6 weeks stay, based in Ndole Bay. "Magical" is a feeble word to describe how I still feel about it. After some time in the shallows I decided to go deeper, but the deeper I got the more desolate it seemed. Still, something told me to continue following that seemingly barren lake floor that was slowly getting deeper. I then saw a couple of Emperor's. They were very nervous when they saw me and I was wondering why. That camera caught the reason much before than I noticed it: they had a large school of young free swimming fry. No one knows for sure what happens after the fry go their own way, I think, after 9 months. The parents don't eat through this whole period. Their digestive systems even desappear somewhere along the way. Some people say they die, some say that they are able to recover their digestive systems.
A few excerpts from Ndole Bay, Mpende and North Zambia near the Congo border filmes in 2015. Music: http://www.bensound.com If you enjoy the videos and you want to contribute, you can use my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/Ardeus
This is what happens when you have too much time on your hands at Ndole Bay - Lake Tanganyika If you enjoy the videos and you want to contribute, you can use my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/Ardeus
(please press the CC button for subtitles) The complete series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnfbIGeN-6zpuv0ZNN9Or1Dmnoq1Rfv6o If you enjoy the videos and you want to contribute, you can use my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/Ardeus "Battle of the Shells" is a documentary series with 7 episodes about a shelldweller species from Lake Tanganyika. These are no ordinary fish. Neolamprologus multifasciatus are the smallest cichlids in the world. Cichlids are known for displaying the most complex behaviors among all fish and, these species in particular, takes it a step further, rivalling large social mammals. Being so small enabled them to inhabit the vast shell beds of Lake Tanganyika, where they form large colonies and it is the way they live in community that makes them so special among all species that hail from Lake Tanganyika. I found it amazing that no one had ever told this story. With so many nature documentaries about every conceivable subject, no film maker had ever stopped for a moment to hear what these fish have to say. This project was a one man (and 6 fish) show, with all the pitfalls and advantages that a film completely done by just one person normally has. Although I was responsible for everything, including filming, editing, post-production, music and writing, this was mainly a huge editing job, that I must confess that I don't miss. Going through over 1200 hours of footage of fish inside an aquarium is not something I would easily jump into again by myself. The narration is in charge of Pemba, the first fish to arrive at the set. The most ambitious goal of these films is break the low empathy barrier that makes it comfortable for most people to believe that fish are cold blooded creatures, emotionally speaking. The working title of the documentary series was "Fish brother", in an allusion both to the "Big Brother" format, but more importantly, to the uncanny humanity of their range of behaviors and emotions.
http://www.aquafilms.org - Video library of aquarium related films, aquatic and marine life.
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One of the largest cichlids of Lake Tanganyika If you enjoy the videos and you want to contribute, you can use my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/Ardeus
UPDATE 09-10-2018 The pump has been running in pulse mode since the beginning without any problems. Due to having a much wider cage than the Jebaos, it requires much much less cleaning. ................... I got this pump and I have it running for 2 months. This is definately a great pump that gives Jebao RW-8 a good run for its money. Advantages: - After a breat in period of 2 month, it's inaudible at full speed; - The controller has a LCD that allows a more precise control of frequency and strength values. This is a big plus when you want to create waves because you don't need to rotate knobs, you just need to memorize the frequency number for your tank; - A stronger built. Disadvantages: - Less appealing to the eye; - The grill that covers the pump is wider and that may allow smaller animals to get sucked into the pump. If you enjoy the videos and you want to contribute, you can use my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/Ardeus
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