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Possibly one of the greatest scenes in documentary history

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Its called iguana chased by snakes It is simply amazing but the contents do features snakes lots of them do not watch if you have a phobia of snakes or iguanas. Its from Planet Earth 2 Read More
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Its called iguana chased by snakes
It is simply amazing but the contents do features snakes lots of them do not watch if you have a phobia of snakes or iguanas.
Its from Planet Earth 2
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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Do not click this link if you are afraid of snakes or iguanas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3OjfK0t1XM
banned#2
Only 2 days late archer but worth a watch for anyone living under a rock.
3 Likes #3
MrScotchBonnet
Only 2 days late archer but worth a watch for anyone living under a rock.
or working 16 hour nightshifts like i did last weekend
#4
I wonder if they planted the baby iguana. All seemed a little too set up to me with the cameras all being in perfect positions.
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chocci
I wonder if they planted the baby iguana. All seemed a little too set up to me with the cameras all being in perfect positions.

The cameras are always in perfect positions though. Like when the sloth started to swim, they had him covered from all angles under water. It's quite incredible to be honest and I have no idea how it's done.
#6
I'd never heard of Racer snakes but you can see why they're called that. Had to feel for the young Iguanas though.
#7
I believe they spend days, possibly longer filming at a lot of these locations, and you get around 5-10mins per location on screen.
#8
stunning it was ....looked almost unreal
#9
Like a scaly Lionel Messi
3 Likes #10
archer1204
Do not click this link if you are afraid of snakes or iguanashttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3OjfK0t1XM


Loved it. It reminded me of someone new to Misc posting their first thread and being pursued by a series of long-term residents. Character-forming. X)
#11
MrScotchBonnet
chocci
I wonder if they planted the baby iguana. All seemed a little too set up to me with the cameras all being in perfect positions.
The cameras are always in perfect positions though. Like when the sloth started to swim, they had him covered from all angles under water. It's quite incredible to be honest and I have no idea how it's done.


durrrrrrrrrrrr...obvs they pay the animals. Some people!
#12
Yup great video, but because its always setup, bet the iguana was planted there, so takes a bit of wow from it.
2 Likes #13
Planet Earth 2 is fantastic work by the BBC, well done Beeb
banned 1 Like #14
Daytrader
Yup great video, but because its always setup, bet the iguana was planted there, so takes a bit of wow from it.

You can't set that up.
#15
MrScotchBonnet
Daytrader
Yup great video, but because its always setup, bet the iguana was planted there, so takes a bit of wow from it.
You can't set that up.
I mean placing the iguana in that spot.
banned#16
Daytrader
MrScotchBonnet
Daytrader
Yup great video, but because its always setup, bet the iguana was planted there, so takes a bit of wow from it.
You can't set that up.
I mean placing the iguana in that spot.

You are just speculating though, your comment has no substance to it. I imagine thousands of hours of research goes into every location and they know roughly when the best times to film are and just happened to catch this piece of magic.

Even so, the escape was the best bit about the entire scene!
#17
Yeh it was great still, and cant wait to buy on bluray, got most of the BBC doc's on disc.
#18
I watched it today and the hairs on the back of my neck where on end
#19
Recorded but not watched yet.
Thanks for the preview.

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