Tony Flanagan

1488 Clips Reino Unido

I'm an independent artist and photographer located mainly in Thailand, but I visit the UK and EU regularly. I mostly make 3d cartoons and 3D animations as design elements, but I also have a large collection of nature and cultural footage clips taken mostl

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White Clouds Racing Over A Green Rice Field. In the foreground are pristine, Green rice fields. A dark green tree line on the horizon contrasts against a vivid blue sky with puffy white clouds racing towards the viewer. Time-lapse landscape.

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A cow and her calf approach the camera when another cow enters from the left and butts the first cow lifting it into the air.

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A Buffalo Spider's web moves in a gentle breeze. Class: Arachnida, Order: Araneae, Infraorder: Araneomorphae, Family: Araneidae, Genus: Gasteracantha, Species: G. cancriformis.

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A Common Crow, also known as the Common Indian Crow. Family: Nymphalidae, Genus: Euploea, Species: E. core.

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Workers on a large Weaver ants (or Green ants) nest. (genus Oecophylla). Class: Insecta, Order: Hymenoptera, Family: Formicidae, Subfamily: Formicinae, Tribe: Oecophyllini, Genus: Oecophylla.

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Stingless bees, (also known as meliponines, Class: Insecta, Order: Hymenoptera, Family: Apidae, Subfamily: Apinae, Tribe: Meliponini) build and repair the entrance to their hive.

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A huge flock of Asian Openbills search for a thermal at dusk. Class: Aves, Order: Ciconiiformes, Family: Ciconiidae, Genus: Anastomus, Species: A. oscitans

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A Common Crow, also known as the Common Indian Crow feeds on jungle nectar. It is part of the swarms of butterflies that decorate Asian jungles. Family: Nymphalidae, Genus: Euploea, Species: E. core.

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A six minute firework display over a Buddhist temple on a small mountain in 15 seconds.

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Stingless Bees Macro

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A nesting pair of Silver-Breasted Broadbill (Serilophus lunatus). Family: Eurylaimidae, Genus: Serilophus, Species: S. lunatus.

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A busy Baya Weaver Bird (Ploceus philippinus) colony seen from below.

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The bustling home of Stingless bees, Also Known as meliponines. Class: Insecta, Order: Hymenoptera,Family: Apidae, Subfamily: Apinae,Tribe: Meliponini. Slow 50%.

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A Banded Kingfisher (Lacedo pulchella) in a tree and signals to its mate by raising its crown and puffing its feathers. Family: Alcedinidae, Subfamily: Halcyoninae, Genus: Lacedo, Species: L. pulchella.

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A Great Hornbill (Buceros bicornis) also known as the great Indian hornbill or great pied hornbill. Order: Bucerotiformes, Family: Bucerotidae, Genus: Buceros

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Great Hornbill (Buceros bicornis) also known as the great Indian hornbill or great pied hornbill picks berries high in a jungle tree. Order: Bucerotiformes, Family: Bucerotidae, Genus: Buceros

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A Great Hornbill (Buceros bicornis) also known as the great Indian hornbill or great pied hornbill feeding. Slow 50%

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A Baya Weaver Bird (Ploceus philippinus) Colony viewed from below slowed 50%

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Great Hornbill (Buceros bicornis) also known as the great Indian hornbill or great pied hornbill feeds on berries. Order: Bucerotiformes, Family: Bucerotidae, Genus: Buceros

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A Great Hornbill (Buceros bicornis) throws berries in the air and catches them. Slow 50%.

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Common Flameback or Common Goldenback Woodpecker (Dinopium javanense), works on its hole in a tree trunk.

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A Baya Weaver Bird(Ploceus philippinus) stitches its hanging nest from the outside while another bird works on the inside.

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A male Baya Weaver Bird (Ploceus philippinus) tries his hand at property sales, but the female doesn't seem to be completely sold yet.

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A Silver-Breasted Broadbill (Serilophus lunatus) waits at its nest.

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A Young Oriental Pied Hornbill (Anthracoceros albirostris) waits patiently for its parents to arrive with food. Order: Bucerotiformes, Family: Bucerotidae, Genus: Anthracoceros, pecies: A. albirostris

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A female Stumptail Monkey ( Macaca Arctoides ) carries her child grasping under her belly. Slow 50%.

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Termites (infraorder Isoptera, or epifamily Termitoidae) race across a fallen tree trunk in an Asian jungle.

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A female Stumptail Monkey ( Macaca Arctoides ) strips beans from their pods during a lunch break. Slow 50%.

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A baby Stumptail Monkey ( Macaca Arctoides ) clutches its mother's underside as she moves off into the jungle.

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A Weevil (Curculionoidea) on a jungle leaf. Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Arthropoda, Class: Insecta, Order: Coleoptera, Suborder: Polyphaga, Infraorder: Cucujiformia, Superfamily: Curculionoidea

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Two Stumptail Monkeys ( Macaca Arctoides ) feed on the leaves high in a jungle tree.

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Termites (infraorder Isoptera, or epifamily Termitoidae) leave their mound in an Asian jungle to fly off and breed.

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A fat and healthy Stumptail Monkey ( Macaca Arctoides ) enjoys the bounty of food provided by a jungle tree.

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A troop of Stumptail Monkeys ( Macaca Arctoides ) take a drink at an Elephant waterhole, a young one riding on its mother's back.

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A left to right pan across a horde of deep blue butterflies gorging on some elephant droppings next to a jungle stream.

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An Asian Giant Millipede (Thyropygus spirobolinae sp) tries to rid itself of the tiny mites that infest it, without much success.

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A fish jumps in a peaceful field of beautiful Water Lilies, (Nymphaeaceae).

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A baby Stumptail Monkey ( Macaca Arctoides ) waits patiently while its mother enjoys a leisurely lunch. Slow 50%.

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A Golden silk orb-weaver Spider (Nephila) finishes off the last of its lunch in creepy slow motion.

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Two unidentified worms (centipedes) battle for possession of a tiny hole in a fallen tree trunk in an Asian jungle.

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A baby Stumptail Monkey ( Macaca Arctoides ) has become separated from the troop and sits alone calling forlornly for its mother. Slow zoom in.

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A large swarm of yellow and white butterflies gorge on minerals in the soil next to a jungle stream.

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Bees swarm among the leaf litter on the jungle floor. They become excited to the point of madness as they gorge on the minerals found in the soil under the leaves.

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After a flood, the only place left to go is the top of a decorative light fixture. Ants cluster there clutching their precious eggs. Zoom out.

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From de-focused spider web to focused, as an unidentified jungle spider secures a bug trapped in its web.

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A swarm of tiny, black unidentified flies consume something disgusting on a jungle leaf.

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A large unidentified spider climbs high in a jungle tree.

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A zoom out from a large field of Water Lilies, (Nymphaeaceae)

 
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