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[自然百科] 2014-02-24 鲨鱼湾的海豚—25

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[自然百科] 2014-02-24 鲨鱼湾的海豚—25

 


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  BBC Natural World:The Dolphins of Shark Bay | BBC自然世界:鲨鱼湾的海豚

 

 鲨鱼湾的海豚,一只海豚将要出生在位于澳大利亚西部鲨鱼湾的危险水域。冰雪聪明的海豚母亲puck必须运用自己的技能来保护她刚出生的孩子,以免遭每年涌入海湾的鲨鱼侵袭。在其他雌性海豚的帮助下,puck必须将生存的秘诀教给易受攻击的海豚宝宝。影片展现了宽吻海豚的生活习性及对生活的罕见洞察力。

A dolphin is about to be born in the treacherous waters of Shark Bay in Western Australia. Puck, the wise mother, must use all her skills to keep her newborn safe from the sharks that sweep into the bay every year. With the help of her close knit family of females she must teach the vulnerable baby dolphin the secrets of survival. From whistling to her unborn calf, to the first few hours of baby Samu's life and the struggles her eldest son faces leaving home, this film provides a rare insight into the lives of bottlenose dolphins

鲨鱼湾(Shark Bay)世界遗产保护区,位于西澳大利亚州的加斯科因,也是澳大利亚的最西点,距珀斯北部约800公里。因为拥有以下4个显著的天然的特征而被列入世界遗产,即代表了地球的进化史,代表了生态学和生物学进程,超自然现象,对多种生物的正常保护。鲨鱼湾是由1699年7月来到澳大利亚的第一批欧洲人中的威廉·丹皮尔命名。鲨鱼湾声称是自1616年德克·哈托登陆后全澳大利亚第一个与欧洲建立联系的地方,也是第一个被外部世界发现并被正式记载的地点。

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[Homework]2014-02-24 鲨鱼湾的海豚—25

Making film the dolphines of Shark Bay was a real challenge for the British and Austrilian film group. Dolphines are swimming at speeds of twenty miles per hour. Quick in a dinalusive, the team will up-against of the volstock. To tell Puck and Samuel were markable story, director Nick String had decided the only way to do it was to use a minitrol high defination camera called a po-cam.
-Nobodys really have told the story of a family of dolphins before. It was very ambitious vision, and probably one of the biggest challenges I'd ever faceed. And it's my staff and ...little cameras working.
Using the po-cam was a two-men operation. The camera no larger than a water bottle was operated by Ben Carnion. Live images of the dolphins will then fed back to Nick. He's watching on a small monitor.
He was then able to dive Ben to water the dolphins.
-That's a beautiful shark, look at that.
But the team didn't have a order around that way.
-The filming was challenging. Shark Bay is one of the windest place in Austrilia. And when we did get out on the water, the visibility was terrible. And the dolphins were very difficult to get close to. Our patience were sivierly tested.
-He made it twelve o'clock, will it?
The team's biggest challenge was trying to film young Samuel. He appears to be playing games with the cruel. Coming tentelizingly close to the boat before swimming away.


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[Homework]2014-02-24 鲨鱼湾的海豚—25

Making the Dolphins of Shark Bay was a real challenge for the British-Australian film crew. Dolphins are capible of swimming at speeds about 20 miles per hour. Quick r* and elusive, the team were up against them at the very start. To tell Puck and Samuel's remarkable story, the director Nick String had decided the only way to do it was to use a miniature high-defination camera, called po*-cam.-Nobody's ever told a story of a family of dolphins before. It was a very ambitious vision and probably one of the biggest challenges I've ever faced. It's my staff and s** say they were happy about that and do it well, little cameras working.
Using the po-cam was a two-men operation. The camera, no larger than a water bottle, was operated by Ben Cunningham. Live images of dolphins were then fed back to Nick, who was watching on a small monitor.
-Till down. Turn right, Ben. Till down and turn left.
He was then able to guide Ben towards the dolphins.
-That's a beautiful shoot. Look at that!
But the team didn't have it all their own way.
-The filming is mainly challenging. Shark Bay is one of windiest places in Australia, and when we did get out on the water, the visibility was often terrible, and the dolphins were very difficult to get close to. Our patience was severely tested.
-Then made it as 12 o'clock forward.
The team's biggest challenge was trying to film young Samuel.
-Swimming away. Stand outside of danger, I think. Cut it.
He appeared to be playing games with the crew, coming tantalizingly close to the boat before swimming away.
-I'll get behind...

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Making the Dolphins of Shark Bay was a real challenge for the British and Australian film group. Dolphins are capable of swimming at speeds of over 20m/hr. quick-witted and elusive, the team were up against often a vain start. To tell Puck and Samu's remarkable story, director Nick Stren had decided the only to do it, is to use a miniature high-definition camera called Poolcam.

“Nobody has really ever told the story but found the dolphins before. It was a very ambitious vision, probably one of the biggest challenges I've never faced.”

Using the Poolcam was a two-men operation. The camera, no larger than a water bottle was operated by Ben K, live images of the dolphins were then fed back to Nick. He was watching on a small monitor. He was then able to guide Ben towards the dolphins. “That's a beautiful shot, look at that.”  But the team didn't have at all they ran away. The filming was immensely challenging. Shark Bay is one of the windiest places in Australia. And when we did get out on the water, visibility was often terrible. And the dolphins were very difficult to get close to. Our patience was severely tested.”

Team's biggest challenge was trying to film young Samu. He appeared to be playing games with the crew. Coming tantalizingly close to the boat before swimming away.
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[Homework]2014-02-24 鲨鱼湾的海豚—25

Making the dolphins of Shark Bay was a real challenge for the British Australian film crew,Dolphins are capable of swimming at speeds of over 20 miles an hour.Quickly witted and elusive,the team were up against it from the very start.To tell Puck and Samu's remarkable story,director Nick Stringer decided the only way to do it was to use a miniature high definition camera called a pole-can.Nobody is really ever told the story of found the dolphins before.It was a very ambitious vision,probably one of the challenges I had ever faced.And this is my stuff,I am very happy about that,little camera.
Using the pole can was a two man operation.The camera no larger than the water bottle,was operated by Ben.Cxxx.Live images of the dolphins were then fed back to Nick who was watching on a small monitor.
He was able then to guide Ben towards the dolphins.That's a beautiful shot,look at that.But the team didn't have it all their own way.The film was immensely challenging,Shark Bay is one of the windiest place in Australia,when we did get on the water,the visibility was often terrible and dolphins are very difficult to get close to,our patience was severely tested.
The team's biggest challenge was trying to film young Samu.He appeared to play games with the crew.Coming tantalizing close to the both before swimming away.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!

[Homework]2014-02-24 鲨鱼湾的海豚—25

Making film of dolphin of Shark Bay was a real challenge for the British and Australian film group. Dolphins are swimming at speed of 20 miles per hour. Quick in the delusive, the team were up against the very start. To tell Puck and Samuel's remarkable story, director extremely decided the only way to do it, is to use ministry high definition camera called po-cam. Nobody really has told stories of a family of dolphins before. It was very ambitious version, probably one of the biggest challenges I have ever faced. It was my staffs and * and they are happy about them, and they then were little cameras working. Using the po-cameras are two-men cooperation. The camera, no large better than the water bottle, was operated by Ben Carnion. Life images of dolphin then will fed back to Nick.
He was then able to guild Ben to water the dolphins.That's a beautiful shark, look at that!
But the team did not have a order around that way. The film was challenging, Shark Bay is one of the windiest places in Australia. And when we get out the water, the visibility was terrible. And the dolphin is very difficult to get close to. Our patience was severely tested.
The team's big challenge was to try to film young Samuel. He appears to play games with the crew.Coming tantalizingly close to the boat before swimming away.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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