Incredible Australian WILDLIFE

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This video includes the best shots I caught of a wide range of cute, dangerous and venomous Australian animals.

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Animals in order of sequence:
Cockatoo: 00:05
Parrot: 00:27
Spinifex Pidgeon: 00:30
Emu: 00:33
Pelican: 00:42
Spiders: 00:51
Snakes: 01:02
Crocodiles: 01:13
Turtles: 01:27
Rays: 01:38
Dolphin: 01:49
Whaleshark: 02:00
Humpback Whale: 02:08
Crabs: 02:15
Wallabies&Kangaroos: 02:26
Wombat: 02:40
Quokka: 02:48
Koala: 02:59
Echidna: 03:10
Water Buffalo: 03:19
Flying Foxes: 03:26
Dingo: 03:31
Platypus: 03:36
Pademelon: 03:38
Kookaburra: 03:46
Eagle: 03:51

Location: All over Australia

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Equipment: Canon 70D with 24-105mm f4 L, 70-200m f4 L and 50mm f1.8.
GoPro Hero 3+ Black with Feiyu G4 Stabilizer.
Lee 0.3; 0.6 and 0.9 ND gradual filter.
Manfrotto 755CX3, MH055M8-Q5.
Rode Videomic Pro.

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  1. The only way to see most of these animals in the wild is go to the middle of nowhere where your hired car gps breaks.

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