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The following are video reports broadcast from the R/V Odyssey from the Republic of the Seychelles. View other video reports from various regions the Odyssey crew have conducted research - the Indian Ocean, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Kiribati and the Galapagos Islands.

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December 30, 2002
'Bowriding Humpback Whales'
"Days like today remind all of us onboard why we joined the Voyage of the Odyssey - to witness and study events at sea that most people on the planet will never get to experience in their lifetimes."
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December 16, 2002
'A Night with a Nesting Green Turtle'
"Last night we were very lucky to see a green turtle come ashore on Picard Island to lay her eggs. By the time we arrived, she had just hauled herself up onto the sand and had begun to dig her nest above the high tide mark - this prevents the nest being swamped by the ocean."
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December 11, 2002
'Land of the Lumbering Giants - The Giant Tortoise of Aldabra'
"With legs like an elephant, a long retractable neck and an enormous scaled shell, the lumbering giant tortoise is the undisputed 'King' of Aldabra. But how did they reach such a remote place?"
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December 7, 2002
'Aldabra - A Living Eden'
"Aldabra is over 1100 kilometers from Mahe. It is actually closer to Madagascar (at 400 kilometers) and Africa (at 640 kilometers) than it is to it's own capitol - a pristine land, where plants and animals of every persuasion exist in a natural but fragile equilibrium in the almost complete absence of man."
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