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Hanging Fruit Bats or Megabats | Full HD video.

Megabats constitute the family Pteropodidae of the order Chiroptera. They are also called fruit bats, Old World fruit bats, or, especially the genera Acerodon and Pteropus, flying foxes. Megabats are found in tropical and subtropical areas of Eurasia, Africa, and Oceania. Fruit bats are large, fruit eating bats that live in warm climates. They are sometimes called flying foxes because their furry faces look like foxes, but that is where the likeness ends. There are different kinds of fruit bats, and some of the biggest fruit bats' wings are about six feet across, tip to tip.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2019-02-23

Camera: Nikon D5600

Music by: Brandon Fiechter


Water Birds at Junona Lake, Maharashtra.

Water Birds at Junona Lake, Maharashtra. Birds included:- 1. Garganey 2. Indian spot-billed duck 3. Cotton Pygmy-goose 4. Eurasian Coot 5. Little Grebe 6. Pheasant-tailed Jacana

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Junona Lake; Maharashtra

Capture Date: 2019-03-19

Music by: Derek Fiechter


Yellow-footed Green Pigeon - Full HD Video

The yellow-footed green pigeon, also known as yellow-legged green pigeon, is a common species of green pigeon found in the Indian subcontinent. It is the state bird of Maharashtra. In Marathi it is called Hariyal. The species feeds on fruit, including many species of Ficus. They forage in flocks.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2019-02-19

Music by: Travis Revell


Water Birds at Ekburji Dam; Maharashtra

Water Birds at Ekburji Dam, near Washim, Maharashtra. Capture date:- 9th January, 2019. Birds included - Bar-headed Goose and Greater Flamingo.

Captured by: Vikil Ashru. N. Shende

Place: Ekburji Dam, Maharashtra

Capture Date: 2019-01-09

Camera: Nikon P900


Alexandrine Parakeet with his Calls

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2019-01-19


Common Crow Butterfly

Euploea core, the common crow, is a common butterfly found in South Asia to Australia. In India it is also sometimes referred to as the common Indian crow, and in Australia as the Australian crow. It belongs to the crows and tigers subfamily Danainae.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-11-26

Camera: Nikon D5600

Music by: Stive Morgan


The Garden Snail - Full HD Video

The garden snail is a terrestrial gastropod mollusk and one of the best-known species in the world. This mollusk has a soft body protected by the shell, but when it is not feeding or when it feels danger, it retracts to its shell. It has no Operculum. The garden snail has a flat “muscular foot” that helps it move with a gliding motion aided by the release of mucus to reduce the friction with the surface. This mucus is the reason of the trace that snails leave when they move around. This snail is edible, and it is sometimes used for cooking in some areas, but it is also widely regarded as a pest in gardens and in agriculture.

Captured by: P. s. Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-09-10

Camera: Nikon D5600

Music by: Soul Candle


Elephant Mosquito (Toxorhynchites) - Full HD Video.

Toxorhynchites, also called elephant mosquito or mosquito eater, is a genus of relatively colorful mosquito. It does not consume blood. Adults are easily recognized by their large body size and strongly bent proboscis. The body is covered with brightly colored iridescent scales and the posterior abdominal segments have lateral scale-tufts. Most species occur in forests. Their larvae prey on the larvae of other mosquitoes. Males and females both feed exclusively on nectar and other sugary substances. The adults are active during the day.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-08-23

Camera: Nikon D5600

Music by: Soul Candle


Rain Drops - Full HD Slow motion video.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-07-22

Camera: Nikon D5600


Black-rumped Flameback drumming on tree - 4K video.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-06-10

Camera: Nikon B700


Young White-throated kingfisher - 4K video.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-06-10

Camera: Nikon B700


Oriental Magpie-Robin - 4K Video.

The oriental magpie-robin is a small passerine bird that was formerly classed as a member of the thrush family Turdidae, but now considered an Old World flycatcher.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-06-07

Camera: Nikon B700

Music by: Peder B. Helland


Spotted Owlet.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-05-06

Camera: Nikon B700


Flock of Lesser Whistling Teal - 4K

Flock of Lesser Whistling Teal with their calls - 4K video. Duration: 30 seconds.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-05-06

Camera: Nikon B700


Lynx Spider: an overview - 4K video.

Lynx spider is the common name for any member of the family Oxyopidae. Most species make little use of webs, instead spending their lives as hunting spiders on plants. Many species frequent flowers in particular, ambushing pollinators, much as crab spiders do. Oxyopidae in general rely on keen eyesight in stalking, chasing, or ambushing prey, and also in avoiding enemies. Six of the eight eyes of Oxyopid spiders are arranged in a hexagon-like pattern. The basal parts of the chelicerae of most species are large, vertical and parallel, which combine with the bluff front end, a "high forehead" to the prosoma, to give most species a peculiar "flat-faced" appearance.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2014-05-01

Camera: Nikon B700


Blood Sucking by Culex Mosquito - Full HD video.

The mosquito truly is a blood-sucking machine. The thin tube the insect injects into the skin, what's called the proboscis, is actually comprised of six different needles. The first two needles act a bit like teeth, the video shows. A second pair of needles act like clamps during the blood draw, holding the skin's tissues apart to allow the last set of needles to do their work. The last needle is the real jerk: it injects chemicals into our vessels to stimulate blood flow. It's during this process that the mosquito can spread infection. When these insects take up our blood, they also leave behind traces of their own saliva. That saliva can contain viruses that get into our blood vessels, causing severe illnesses like dengue, West Nile virus, Zika, and chikungunya.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-04-29

Camera: Mi A1 (Mobile)


A Female Asian Koel bird - Grooming itself - 4K Video.

The Asian koel is a member of the cuckoo order of birds, the Cuculiformes. It is found in the Indian Subcontinent, China, and Southeast Asia. Females are Spotted, barred with white and buff, and white below...

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2017-04-25

Camera: Nikon B700

Music by: Peder B. Helland


Courtship Display of Red-breasted parakeet - 4K video.

A courtship display is a set of display behaviors in which an animal attempts to attract a mate and exhibit their desire to copulate.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-03-23

Camera: Nikon B700

Music by: RelaxDaily


Beautiful common Birds in Burdwan, West Bengal - 4K video.

22 Birds are included here:- 1. Red-vented Bulbul; 2. Red-whiskered Bulbul; 3. Green Bee-eater; 4. White-throated Kingfisher; 5. Cattle egret; 6. Blue-throated Barbet; 7. Coppersmith Barbet; 8. Rose-ringed Parakeet; 9. Black-rumped Flameback; 10. Black-hooded Oriole; 11. Chestnut-tailed Starling; 12. Asian Pied Starling; 13. Baya Weaver; 14. House Sparrow; 15. Purple Sunbird; 16. Yellow-footed Green Pigeon; 17. Lesser whistling Teal; 18. Black Drongo; 19. Rufous Treepie; 20. Common Iora; 21. Eurasian collared dove; 22. Spotted Dove.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2018-03-09

Camera: Nikon B700


The Moon phases - from New Moon to Full Moon and view of Supermoon

This is a Slideshow video... We have captured photographs from Bardhaman, West Bengal, India in the time period - 20th November, 2017 to 3rd December, 2017. The phases included are - Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, and Full Moon. 20th November view was Waxing Crescent and 3rd December view was Full Moon, whereas 3rd December 2017 was Supermoon...

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2017-12-03

Camera: Nikon B700


Umngot River; Dawki, Meghalaya.

The Unexplored Paradise of Umngot River in Meghalaya... One such natural wonder of Meghalaya lies at Dawki, which is known for its crystal clear blue water of the Umngot river, and possibly India’s cleanest river. Dawki, a small border town in the West Jaintia Hills, with Bangladesh, is a popular destination for tourists and traders. Hundreds of trucks pass here every day between India and Bangladesh routes.

Captured by: Somnath Chatterjee

Place: Meghalaya

Capture Date: 2016-03-16

Camera: Canon EOS 700D

Music by: RelaxDaily


Jellyfish at Puri sea beach - Slideshow.

Jellyfish or jellies are softbodied, free-swimming aquatic animals with a gelatinous umbrella-shaped bell and trailing tentacles. The bell can pulsate to acquire propulsion and locomotion.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Puri; Odisha.

Capture Date: 2017-12-02

Camera: Nikon B700

Music by: Moon de Lounge


Dhuandhar Falls (360° video) - 4K.

The Dhuandhar Falls is a waterfall in Jabalpur district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Captured by: Somnath Chatterjee

Place: Jabalpur; Madhya Pradesh

Capture Date: 2017-11-29

Camera: Nikon D3400

Music by: Moon de Lounge


Black-rumped Flameback Woodpecker (Part - 2) - 1080p.

The black-rumped flameback (Dinopium benghalense), also known as the lesser golden-backed woodpecker or lesser goldenback, is a woodpecker found widely distributed in the Indian subcontinent. It is one of the few woodpeckers that are seen in urban areas. It has a characteristic rattling-whinnying call and an undulating flight. It is the only golden-backed woodpecker with a black throat and black rump.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2017-11-29

Camera: Nikon B700


The giant honey bees on their Hive - (4K).

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2017-11-25

Camera: Nikon B700

Music by: Moon de Lounge


Black-rumped Flameback Woodpecker - (4K).

The black-rumped flameback (Dinopium benghalense), also known as the lesser golden-backed woodpecker or lesser goldenback, is a woodpecker found widely distributed in the Indian subcontinent. It is one of the few woodpeckers that are seen in urban areas. It has a characteristic rattling-whinnying call and an undulating flight. It is the only golden-backed woodpecker with a black throat and black rump.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2017-11-21

Camera: Nikon B700


Blue-throated Barbet bird - (4K).

The blue-throated barbet is an Asian barbet having bright green, blue & red plumage, seen across the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. Barbets and toucans are a group of near passerine birds with a worldwide tropical distribution.

Captured by: Partha sarathi Mukherjee

Place: Burdwan

Capture Date: 2017-11-16

Camera: Nikon B700

Music by: Ferenc Hegedus