POLAR BEARS
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Boar sperm cells, light microscope
Boar sperm cells. Light microscope footage of sperm (spermatozoa) cells from a boar (Sus scrofa). Sperm cells are the male reproductive cells, each containing half of the male's chromosomes. Each sperm cell has a long tail, which beats to propel it to meet a female egg cell. Fusion of the sperm and egg is called fertilisation, and produces a cell with a full set of chromosomes, half from the paternal side and half from the maternal side. Magnification unknown.
Indonesia Tigers - WWF releases rare images of Sumatran tiger cubs in the wild
NAME: INS TIGER 20100107I TAPE: EF10/0019 IN_TIME: 10:26:47:06 DURATION: 00:01:05:08 SOURCES: WWF DATELINE: Sumatra - Unknown date RESTRICTIONS: Non AP Television News material SHOTLIST 1. Tiger cub walking straight up to camera and sniffing before moving off, second cub walking through camera, followed by a third STORYLINE: The environmental group World Wide Fund For Nature says it has captured rare images of Sumatran tiger cubs in the wild, boosting efforts to conserve the endangered species. The video taken from a camera trap in the Sumatran jungle shows three, healthy cubs approaching and sniffing the device before moving on. The cameras were installed five years ago and the WWF says this was the first time that cubs have been captured on video in the wild. Images of a male Sumatran tiger and its prey, wild boar and deer were also captured by the camera, the WWF said. Sumatran tigers are on the brink of extinction because of rapid deforestation, poaching and clashes with humans. Their numbers have dwindled to about 400 from about 1,000 in the 1970s, the WWF estimates.
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South Africa 1983-88 Pt. 2 - Zululand - 02:00:20 - Woman with red bandana, children, kids sitting in a row, row of black children's faces, CU African woman's face, various syles of houses, thatched roofs, tribal woman grinding corn, women doing bead work, dancing in native costume, Zulu villages, small villages with straw huts, women building a hut, poeple milling about, monument to Zulu victory over the British, Rorke's Drift monument, Zulu Cultural Center interior, students weaving rugs, students painting, Natal Province - 02:05:04 - train with sugar cane, sugar cane fields, burning cane fields, cutting cane by hand, harvesting machine, sugar cane train, Durban - harbor, cityscenes, street, high rises, The Rickshaw men in colorful costume, Market, woman walking with shopping bag on her head, vendors, curry powder, Mosques, Muslim prayer meeting outside, men and children, 02:10:05 - sea of muslim men in white caps, private parks, Mala Mala, guest accommodations, Jeep safari, rhinos, motswari. hippos from distance, musical entertainment by staff, playing drums, Kruger National Park, hiking camp, vs. camp, hikers, vs. flowers, Vervet monkey, 02:15:05 - baboon troupe, hippos in river, stork on river bank, crocodiles, zebras, impalas, NyalaOrkudu, wild boars, giraffes, CU giraffe eating from tree, elephants, lion pride, individual male and femals, duck and turtle on log, 02:20:00 - waterbuffalo, impala, wildboars at watering hol, young baboons drinking from water, playing in dirt, striped deer drinking from watering hole SOUTH AFRICA IN 1954 (very good quality) - JOHANNESBURG, streetscenes, pedestrians, Department of Mines ext. immigrant labor on streets with their belonging, department store with "European" and "Non-European" entrances, CAPE TOWN - Hills, streescenes traffic, pedestrians, Dutch-style buildings, wealthy suburban homes, tea party for Afrikaners, boats in harbor, DURBAN - Streetscenes, beach scenes, Hotel ext. dinners at hotel, Indian Marketplace with city in background, sign warning of pickpockets, Praetoria - Capital building on hill, Nambis, West Africa - Car on desert road, finding diamonds in Namibian Desert, Transkei, Ciskei Regions - Xosa (Xhosa) Tribes "Homelands" Region - Tembu tribe, huts, headman is summoned, leads a meeting of tribal members, man pays fine, women smoke pipes, Transkei, women apply skin make-up for ceremony, women carry basket on head toward horizon, pick corn, people appear in white face paint and assemble, women tans hides, naked women dance around station wagon, Abaqueta Ceremony, penis dance, Bvenda tribal women dance naked, Zulu Tribes - Natal Tribes, hut and tribesmen, woman makes a basket, woman with elaborate hairstyle demonstrates wood "pillow", Zulu warrior standing on hill, Shembe Festival, Zulus arriving, crowds assembling, trading post - transvaal region, transvaal farm - Boer farm - Afrikaner farm, Farmhouse ext., Afrikaner waited on by black servant, kitchen with white woman and black servant, natives pratice golfing, South African school for whites ext, well-dressed white children march, children wait for bus, Black Township - township life, horsedrawn carts on dirt roads, ramshackle buildings, woman hangs laundry, movie theatre, Johannesburg Township Library, township school, black students studying, Dutch Reformed Church in Township, children exit church, Township health clinic, dentist examines patient, hospital exterior, nurse lectures nursing students, women play records, Afrikaner recruits men to work in mines, Xossa workers being recruited for work in gold mines, blacks line up to register for work, blacks given permits to leave native areas, workers walking to train, workers boarding train, gold mine, workers quarters, laborers in quarters, miners on break - playing harmonium, miners go underground - instructed by Boer, laborers in mine shaft, laborers push carts of ore, drilling for ore, stamps at work, Boers polish gold bars in factory, Lesotho - natives walk along road, white woman touches beaded hair of a native, CU beaded hair.
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AP-APTN-2330: Italy Leopard Friday, 23 September 2011 STORY:Italy Leopard- REPLAY Rare Persian leopard cub makes public debut LENGTH: 02:04 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Italian/Natsound SOURCE: Various STORY NUMBER: 706887 DATELINE: Rome - 21/22/23 Sept 2011 LENGTH: 02:04 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY STILLS PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 22 September, 2011 1. Various of leopard mother Silki carrying leopard cub VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 21 September, 2011 2. Wide of of newborn leopard cub in Bioparco zoo's leopard house AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 23 September, 2011 3. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Marco Subrizi, Chief zoo-keeper for carnivores, Bioparco zoo: "In the first days we never opened the closed area where she gave birth. It was such an incredible thing." 4. Wide of zoo-keepers and visitors waiting for Silki to bring cub out 5. Silki and father leopard Bahar greeting each other through fence 6. Close up of tip of Silki's tail 7. Close up of Silki's face as she roars and rubs face on tree branch 8. Medium of zoo-keeper Marco Subrizi behind cage 9. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Marco Subrizi, chief zoo-keeper for carnivores, Bioparco zoo: "For the moment we are very happy because the mother is really a good mother, she is giving the cub her milk and taking care of her with all the things, really good, and recently she has brought her outside a few times to show her the world." 10. Close of Silki 11. Silki jumping around caged area 12. Bahar watching 13. Silki jumping in enclosed area 14. Silki lying on a platform in her cage STILLS PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 22 September, 2011 15. Close up of Silki carrying cub in her mouth 16. Close up of Silki carrying cub down a branch STORYLINE: A baby leopard cub was presented to the public for the first time on Thursday at Rome's Bioparco zoo. A dark, shaky video showed the first shots of the Iranian leopard cub, born on September 1 at the zoo. For weeks the rare leopard cub has remained inside a walled area and only a few days ago did zoo-keepers finally get near enough to capture a few shots. And then the next day the cub's mother, Silki, decided to bring her cub out to show the father, Bahar. She carefully lifted the cub in her mouth and carried it across the cage and up a branch to a wooden platform. Bahar neared the fence and moved back and forth as he inspected his offspring. Zoo-keepers say they are keeping the father away to protect the cub. Silki seemed very attached to the cub's father and immediately went to the fence to greet him in the morning. The cub doesn't have a name yet, nor do zoo-keepers know the sex. But it's already attracting curious parents and children to the zoo. Iranian leopards are an endangered species. Estimates say there are about 1-thousand of them left in the wild. They live in the mountainous area between Iran, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan. In the wild they live solitary lives, mostly hunting wild boars, goats and wild sheep at night, using their powerful sense of hearing and night vision. According to zoo officials the male and female leopards remain together for brief periods when the female is in heat. Leopards have a very brief period of gestation - only three months. Marco Subrizi, the chief zoo-keeper for the carnivores at the Bioparco zoo says that the leopard cub with will remain with her mother for several years. Both the cubs' parents are four years old and came to the zoo from captivity: the father from Budapest, Hungary and and the mother from Beauval, France. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN (Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-09-23-11 2022EDT
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Boar sperm cells, light microscope
Boar sperm cells. Light microscope footage of sperm (spermatozoa) cells from a boar (Sus scrofa). Sperm cells are the male reproductive cells, each containing half of the male's chromosomes. Each sperm cell has a long tail, which beats to propel it to meet a female egg cell. Fusion of the sperm and egg is called fertilisation, and produces a cell with a full set of chromosomes, half from the paternal side and half from the maternal side. Magnification unknown.
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AP-APTN-2330: Italy Leopard Friday, 23 September 2011 STORY:Italy Leopard- REPLAY Rare Persian leopard cub makes public debut LENGTH: 02:04 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Italian/Natsound SOURCE: Various STORY NUMBER: 706887 DATELINE: Rome - 21/22/23 Sept 2011 LENGTH: 02:04 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY STILLS PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 22 September, 2011 1. Various of leopard mother Silki carrying leopard cub VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 21 September, 2011 2. Wide of of newborn leopard cub in Bioparco zoo's leopard house AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 23 September, 2011 3. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Marco Subrizi, Chief zoo-keeper for carnivores, Bioparco zoo: "In the first days we never opened the closed area where she gave birth. It was such an incredible thing." 4. Wide of zoo-keepers and visitors waiting for Silki to bring cub out 5. Silki and father leopard Bahar greeting each other through fence 6. Close up of tip of Silki's tail 7. Close up of Silki's face as she roars and rubs face on tree branch 8. Medium of zoo-keeper Marco Subrizi behind cage 9. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Marco Subrizi, chief zoo-keeper for carnivores, Bioparco zoo: "For the moment we are very happy because the mother is really a good mother, she is giving the cub her milk and taking care of her with all the things, really good, and recently she has brought her outside a few times to show her the world." 10. Close of Silki 11. Silki jumping around caged area 12. Bahar watching 13. Silki jumping in enclosed area 14. Silki lying on a platform in her cage STILLS PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 22 September, 2011 15. Close up of Silki carrying cub in her mouth 16. Close up of Silki carrying cub down a branch STORYLINE: A baby leopard cub was presented to the public for the first time on Thursday at Rome's Bioparco zoo. A dark, shaky video showed the first shots of the Iranian leopard cub, born on September 1 at the zoo. For weeks the rare leopard cub has remained inside a walled area and only a few days ago did zoo-keepers finally get near enough to capture a few shots. And then the next day the cub's mother, Silki, decided to bring her cub out to show the father, Bahar. She carefully lifted the cub in her mouth and carried it across the cage and up a branch to a wooden platform. Bahar neared the fence and moved back and forth as he inspected his offspring. Zoo-keepers say they are keeping the father away to protect the cub. Silki seemed very attached to the cub's father and immediately went to the fence to greet him in the morning. The cub doesn't have a name yet, nor do zoo-keepers know the sex. But it's already attracting curious parents and children to the zoo. Iranian leopards are an endangered species. Estimates say there are about 1-thousand of them left in the wild. They live in the mountainous area between Iran, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan. In the wild they live solitary lives, mostly hunting wild boars, goats and wild sheep at night, using their powerful sense of hearing and night vision. According to zoo officials the male and female leopards remain together for brief periods when the female is in heat. Leopards have a very brief period of gestation - only three months. Marco Subrizi, the chief zoo-keeper for the carnivores at the Bioparco zoo says that the leopard cub with will remain with her mother for several years. Both the cubs' parents are four years old and came to the zoo from captivity: the father from Budapest, Hungary and and the mother from Beauval, France. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN (Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-09-23-11 2022EDT
Boar sperm cells, light microscope
Boar sperm cells. Light microscope footage of sperm (spermatozoa) cells from a boar (Sus scrofa). Sperm cells are the male reproductive cells, each containing half of the male's chromosomes. Each sperm cell has a long tail, which beats to propel it to meet a female egg cell. Fusion of the sperm and egg is called fertilisation, and produces a cell with a full set of chromosomes, half from the paternal side and half from the maternal side. Magnification unknown.
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AP-APTN-2330: Italy Leopard Friday, 23 September 2011 STORY:Italy Leopard- REPLAY Rare Persian leopard cub makes public debut LENGTH: 02:04 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Italian/Natsound SOURCE: Various STORY NUMBER: 706887 DATELINE: Rome - 21/22/23 Sept 2011 LENGTH: 02:04 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY STILLS PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 22 September, 2011 1. Various of leopard mother Silki carrying leopard cub VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 21 September, 2011 2. Wide of of newborn leopard cub in Bioparco zoo's leopard house AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 23 September, 2011 3. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Marco Subrizi, Chief zoo-keeper for carnivores, Bioparco zoo: "In the first days we never opened the closed area where she gave birth. It was such an incredible thing." 4. Wide of zoo-keepers and visitors waiting for Silki to bring cub out 5. Silki and father leopard Bahar greeting each other through fence 6. Close up of tip of Silki's tail 7. Close up of Silki's face as she roars and rubs face on tree branch 8. Medium of zoo-keeper Marco Subrizi behind cage 9. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Marco Subrizi, chief zoo-keeper for carnivores, Bioparco zoo: "For the moment we are very happy because the mother is really a good mother, she is giving the cub her milk and taking care of her with all the things, really good, and recently she has brought her outside a few times to show her the world." 10. Close of Silki 11. Silki jumping around caged area 12. Bahar watching 13. Silki jumping in enclosed area 14. Silki lying on a platform in her cage STILLS PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 22 September, 2011 15. Close up of Silki carrying cub in her mouth 16. Close up of Silki carrying cub down a branch STORYLINE: A baby leopard cub was presented to the public for the first time on Thursday at Rome's Bioparco zoo. A dark, shaky video showed the first shots of the Iranian leopard cub, born on September 1 at the zoo. For weeks the rare leopard cub has remained inside a walled area and only a few days ago did zoo-keepers finally get near enough to capture a few shots. And then the next day the cub's mother, Silki, decided to bring her cub out to show the father, Bahar. She carefully lifted the cub in her mouth and carried it across the cage and up a branch to a wooden platform. Bahar neared the fence and moved back and forth as he inspected his offspring. Zoo-keepers say they are keeping the father away to protect the cub. Silki seemed very attached to the cub's father and immediately went to the fence to greet him in the morning. The cub doesn't have a name yet, nor do zoo-keepers know the sex. But it's already attracting curious parents and children to the zoo. Iranian leopards are an endangered species. Estimates say there are about 1-thousand of them left in the wild. They live in the mountainous area between Iran, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan. In the wild they live solitary lives, mostly hunting wild boars, goats and wild sheep at night, using their powerful sense of hearing and night vision. According to zoo officials the male and female leopards remain together for brief periods when the female is in heat. Leopards have a very brief period of gestation - only three months. Marco Subrizi, the chief zoo-keeper for the carnivores at the Bioparco zoo says that the leopard cub with will remain with her mother for several years. Both the cubs' parents are four years old and came to the zoo from captivity: the father from Budapest, Hungary and and the mother from Beauval, France. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN (Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-09-23-11 2022EDT
First video of OURSE SORITA filmed by FIEP: DECRYPTAGE
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Italy Leopard
AP-APTN-2330: Italy Leopard Friday, 23 September 2011 STORY:Italy Leopard- REPLAY Rare Persian leopard cub makes public debut LENGTH: 02:04 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Italian/Natsound SOURCE: Various STORY NUMBER: 706887 DATELINE: Rome - 21/22/23 Sept 2011 LENGTH: 02:04 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY STILLS PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 22 September, 2011 1. Various of leopard mother Silki carrying leopard cub VNR AMATEUR VIDEO PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 21 September, 2011 2. Wide of of newborn leopard cub in Bioparco zoo's leopard house AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 23 September, 2011 3. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Marco Subrizi, Chief zoo-keeper for carnivores, Bioparco zoo: "In the first days we never opened the closed area where she gave birth. It was such an incredible thing." 4. Wide of zoo-keepers and visitors waiting for Silki to bring cub out 5. Silki and father leopard Bahar greeting each other through fence 6. Close up of tip of Silki's tail 7. Close up of Silki's face as she roars and rubs face on tree branch 8. Medium of zoo-keeper Marco Subrizi behind cage 9. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Marco Subrizi, chief zoo-keeper for carnivores, Bioparco zoo: "For the moment we are very happy because the mother is really a good mother, she is giving the cub her milk and taking care of her with all the things, really good, and recently she has brought her outside a few times to show her the world." 10. Close of Silki 11. Silki jumping around caged area 12. Bahar watching 13. Silki jumping in enclosed area 14. Silki lying on a platform in her cage STILLS PROVIDED BY BIOPARCO ZOO - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, 22 September, 2011 15. Close up of Silki carrying cub in her mouth 16. Close up of Silki carrying cub down a branch STORYLINE: A baby leopard cub was presented to the public for the first time on Thursday at Rome's Bioparco zoo. A dark, shaky video showed the first shots of the Iranian leopard cub, born on September 1 at the zoo. For weeks the rare leopard cub has remained inside a walled area and only a few days ago did zoo-keepers finally get near enough to capture a few shots. And then the next day the cub's mother, Silki, decided to bring her cub out to show the father, Bahar. She carefully lifted the cub in her mouth and carried it across the cage and up a branch to a wooden platform. Bahar neared the fence and moved back and forth as he inspected his offspring. Zoo-keepers say they are keeping the father away to protect the cub. Silki seemed very attached to the cub's father and immediately went to the fence to greet him in the morning. The cub doesn't have a name yet, nor do zoo-keepers know the sex. But it's already attracting curious parents and children to the zoo. Iranian leopards are an endangered species. Estimates say there are about 1-thousand of them left in the wild. They live in the mountainous area between Iran, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan. In the wild they live solitary lives, mostly hunting wild boars, goats and wild sheep at night, using their powerful sense of hearing and night vision. According to zoo officials the male and female leopards remain together for brief periods when the female is in heat. Leopards have a very brief period of gestation - only three months. Marco Subrizi, the chief zoo-keeper for the carnivores at the Bioparco zoo says that the leopard cub with will remain with her mother for several years. Both the cubs' parents are four years old and came to the zoo from captivity: the father from Budapest, Hungary and and the mother from Beauval, France. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN (Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-09-23-11 2022EDT
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PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON CONFRONTS THE NRA
COVERAGE IN PHOENIX, ARIZONA FOR A BILL REDEKER CS VO ABOUT PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON CONFRONTING THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION (NRA). 05:00:11 NATURAL SOUND INT FTG AT 124TH ANNUAL NRA CONVENTION. MWS NRA MEMBERS REGISTERING. 05:01:02 CU MAN'S NRA MEMBERSHIP CARD. 05:01:13 MS MEMBER TALKING TO MAN AT INFORMATION DESK 05:01:39 CU ANOTHER MEMBER SHOWING HIS CARD. 05:02:13 VS MORE MEMBERS AND NON MEMBERS CHECKING IN AT REGISTRATION DESK. 05:03:01 MWS CONVENTION PARTICIPANTS LOOKING AT BOOKS ON DISPLAY TABLE. 05:03:11 CU CASHIER WORKING REGISTER MAKING CASH CHANGE. 05:03:29 MS SAME CASHIER MAKING TRANSACTION. 05:03:34 CU CASHIER PUNCHING KEYS ON CASH REGISTER. 05:04:00 CU AMOUNT TOTAL FOR PURCHASES. 05:04:14 CU NRA BASEBALL CAP. 05:04:37 CU NRA LICENSE PLATE. 05:04:42 MS MAN LOOKING AT NRA NECKTIE. 05:04:50 CU NRA LOGO. 05:04:58 MS MEMBER HAWKING NRA WARES. 05:05:16 MS MAN RESEMBLING BUFFALO BILL LOOKING AT SOUVENIRS. 05:05:29 CU COFFEE MUG W/ NRA LOGO. 05:05:57 VS MAGAZINES, PAMPHLETS AND BOOKS. 05:06:24 CU MAN HOLDING THREE NRA BASEBALL CAPS AND ARMFUL OF TEE SHIRTS. 05:06:37 MS MAN LEAFING THROUGH BOOK. 05:06:48 PAN FROM BOOK ABOUT ASSEMBLING FIREARMS TO MAN LEAFING THROUGH COPY. 05:07:14 MS MAN MAKING SOUVENIR PURCHASE. 05:07:25 CU NRA LIFE MEMBER PATCH. 05:07:37 MWS MEMBERS LINED UP TO MAKE PURCHASES. 05:07:43 CU BLACK NRA LIFE MEMBER BASEBALL CAP. 05:07:58 WS BANNER WELCOMING CONVENTION PARTICIPANTS. 05:08:42 VS MAN IN COWBOY HAT, MAN IN BASEBALL CAP. 05:09:28 VS MEMBERS MAKING MORE SOUVENIR PURCHASES. 05:10:10 CU TEE SHIRT COVERING MAN'S SOFT BELLY READING, SARAH BRADY, STOP LYING! 05:10:20 BETTER WS BANNER WELCOMING CONVENTION PARTICIPANTS. 05:10:27 CU MAN WEARING TEE SHIRT W/ SCALES OF JUSTICE AND MESSAGE ABOUT 2ND AMENDMENT. 05:10:33 WS OVER PARTICIPANTS FILLING CONVENTION HALL. 05:10:48 CU RED AND WHITE 100% NRA PATCH. 05:10:53 CU NRA FREEDOM PATCH. 05:10:59 MWS SEA OF CONVENTION PARTICIPANTS STREAMING INTO HALL. 05:12:10 CU DISPLAY W/ NRA LOGO AND SLOGAN. 05:12:30 MS MORE PARTICIPANTS FILING INTO CONVENTION HALL SHOWING THEIR CREDENTIALS. 05:12:54 MS OLD MEN LOOKING AT RIFLES ON DISPLAY. 05:13:09 MS MIDDLE AGED MAN TAKING AIM W/ DISPLAY SHOTGUN. 05:13:29 CU OLD MAN ASKING QUESTION ABOUT HANDGUN. 05:13:45 VS COLT PISTOLS ON DISPLAY. 05:14:00 VS RIFLES ON WALL DISPLAY. 05:14:08 PULL OUT FROM SIDE CU TO MWS MAN LOOKING AT RIFLES. 05:14:31 MLS MEN GATHERED AROUND AMMUNITION BOOTH. 05:14:47 CU MORE RIFLES ON DISPLAY IN CASE. 05:14:54 VS MAN WEARING TURBAN LOOKING AT HANDGUN IN EAGLE GRIPS BOOTH. 05:15:15 CU SHINY SIX SHOOTER PISTOL. 05:15:44 ECU MAN SQUEEZING MAGAZINE OF SMALL HANDGUN. 05:16:19 CU WINCHESTER SHOTGUNS AND RIFLES DISPLAY. 05:16:36 CU MAN EXAMINING WINCHESTER RIFLE. 05:17:08 WS FOLKS AT ANOTHER RIFLE DISPLAY. 05:17:41 CU MAN WEARING NRA CAP CHECKING OUT SHOTGUN. 05:18:07 CU MAN'S HAND HOLDING OMINOUS LOOKING PISTOL. 05:18:22 WS DOWN ROW OF HANGUNS. 05:18:29 CU OMINOUS PISTOL. 05:18:40 HEADON CU WHITE MALE YOUTH TAKING VIDEO TARGET PRACTICE. 05:18:58 VS PARTICIPANTS IN VIDEO TARGET PRACTICE BOOTH. 05:19:09 CU COLT DISPLAY. 05:19:17 MWS MEN LOOKING AT SHINY RED HUMVEE ON DISPLAY. 05:19:26 MCU OLDER HEAVY SET MAN WEARING NRA BASEBALL CAP. 05:19:32 MS ANOTHER MAN LOOKING UNDER HUMVEE'S HOOD. 05:19:39 MS OLDER WELL DRESSED COUPLE CHECKING OUT HANDGUNS. 05:19:45 CU WOMAN GRIPPING PISTOL AND COCKING TRIGGER. 05:20:17 CU ANOTHER MAN EXAMINING PISTOLS. 05:20:44 WS FEDERAL AMMUNITION BOOTH. 05:20:54 COMPRESSION MS MEN WEARING BRIGHT ORANGE VESTS AND TAN NRA SHIRTS GATHERED TOGETHER TO CHECK OUT FIREARMS IN PELLET SHOOTING RANGE. 05:21:25 ECU MAN TAKING AIM W/ MARKSMAN RIFLE. 05:21:40 CU ANOTHER MAN CHECKING OUT WOOD BARREL SHOTGUN. 05:21:59 BETTER CU MAN LOOKING THROUGH SCOPE OF MARKSMAN RIFLE. 05:22:30 MLS DOWN ROW OF MEN. 05:22:38 MCU LEFT HANDED MAN TAKING AIM AND FIRING. 05:23:05 REARVIEW OVER SHOULDER CU MAN FIRING MARKSMAN RIFLE. 05:23:15 CU TARGET CARD W/ PELLET HOLES. 05:23:23 OVER SHOULDER CU ANOTHER MAN SHOOTING RIFLE. 05:23:54 CU ANOTHER PELLET RIDDLED TARGET. 05:24:20 ZOOM IN ON MOVING TARGET RIDING ACROSS RAIL. 05:24:34 CU MOVING TARGET, PICTURE OF RUNNING BOAR, RIDING ACROSS RAIL PAST BACKBOARD RIDDLED W/ PELLET HOLES.
PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON CONFRONTS THE NRA
COVERAGE IN PHOENIX, ARIZONA FOR A BILL REDEKER CS VO ABOUT PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON CONFRONTING THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION (NRA). 05:00:11 NATURAL SOUND INT FTG AT 124TH ANNUAL NRA CONVENTION. MWS NRA MEMBERS REGISTERING. 05:01:02 CU MAN'S NRA MEMBERSHIP CARD. 05:01:13 MS MEMBER TALKING TO MAN AT INFORMATION DESK 05:01:39 CU ANOTHER MEMBER SHOWING HIS CARD. 05:02:13 VS MORE MEMBERS AND NON MEMBERS CHECKING IN AT REGISTRATION DESK. 05:03:01 MWS CONVENTION PARTICIPANTS LOOKING AT BOOKS ON DISPLAY TABLE. 05:03:11 CU CASHIER WORKING REGISTER MAKING CASH CHANGE. 05:03:29 MS SAME CASHIER MAKING TRANSACTION. 05:03:34 CU CASHIER PUNCHING KEYS ON CASH REGISTER. 05:04:00 CU AMOUNT TOTAL FOR PURCHASES. 05:04:14 CU NRA BASEBALL CAP. 05:04:37 CU NRA LICENSE PLATE. 05:04:42 MS MAN LOOKING AT NRA NECKTIE. 05:04:50 CU NRA LOGO. 05:04:58 MS MEMBER HAWKING NRA WARES. 05:05:16 MS MAN RESEMBLING BUFFALO BILL LOOKING AT SOUVENIRS. 05:05:29 CU COFFEE MUG W/ NRA LOGO. 05:05:57 VS MAGAZINES, PAMPHLETS AND BOOKS. 05:06:24 CU MAN HOLDING THREE NRA BASEBALL CAPS AND ARMFUL OF TEE SHIRTS. 05:06:37 MS MAN LEAFING THROUGH BOOK. 05:06:48 PAN FROM BOOK ABOUT ASSEMBLING FIREARMS TO MAN LEAFING THROUGH COPY. 05:07:14 MS MAN MAKING SOUVENIR PURCHASE. 05:07:25 CU NRA LIFE MEMBER PATCH. 05:07:37 MWS MEMBERS LINED UP TO MAKE PURCHASES. 05:07:43 CU BLACK NRA LIFE MEMBER BASEBALL CAP. 05:07:58 WS BANNER WELCOMING CONVENTION PARTICIPANTS. 05:08:42 VS MAN IN COWBOY HAT, MAN IN BASEBALL CAP. 05:09:28 VS MEMBERS MAKING MORE SOUVENIR PURCHASES. 05:10:10 CU TEE SHIRT COVERING MAN'S SOFT BELLY READING, SARAH BRADY, STOP LYING! 05:10:20 BETTER WS BANNER WELCOMING CONVENTION PARTICIPANTS. 05:10:27 CU MAN WEARING TEE SHIRT W/ SCALES OF JUSTICE AND MESSAGE ABOUT 2ND AMENDMENT. 05:10:33 WS OVER PARTICIPANTS FILLING CONVENTION HALL. 05:10:48 CU RED AND WHITE 100% NRA PATCH. 05:10:53 CU NRA FREEDOM PATCH. 05:10:59 MWS SEA OF CONVENTION PARTICIPANTS STREAMING INTO HALL. 05:12:10 CU DISPLAY W/ NRA LOGO AND SLOGAN. 05:12:30 MS MORE PARTICIPANTS FILING INTO CONVENTION HALL SHOWING THEIR CREDENTIALS. 05:12:54 MS OLD MEN LOOKING AT RIFLES ON DISPLAY. 05:13:09 MS MIDDLE AGED MAN TAKING AIM W/ DISPLAY SHOTGUN. 05:13:29 CU OLD MAN ASKING QUESTION ABOUT HANDGUN. 05:13:45 VS COLT PISTOLS ON DISPLAY. 05:14:00 VS RIFLES ON WALL DISPLAY. 05:14:08 PULL OUT FROM SIDE CU TO MWS MAN LOOKING AT RIFLES. 05:14:31 MLS MEN GATHERED AROUND AMMUNITION BOOTH. 05:14:47 CU MORE RIFLES ON DISPLAY IN CASE. 05:14:54 VS MAN WEARING TURBAN LOOKING AT HANDGUN IN EAGLE GRIPS BOOTH. 05:15:15 CU SHINY SIX SHOOTER PISTOL. 05:15:44 ECU MAN SQUEEZING MAGAZINE OF SMALL HANDGUN. 05:16:19 CU WINCHESTER SHOTGUNS AND RIFLES DISPLAY. 05:16:36 CU MAN EXAMINING WINCHESTER RIFLE. 05:17:08 WS FOLKS AT ANOTHER RIFLE DISPLAY. 05:17:41 CU MAN WEARING NRA CAP CHECKING OUT SHOTGUN. 05:18:07 CU MAN'S HAND HOLDING OMINOUS LOOKING PISTOL. 05:18:22 WS DOWN ROW OF HANGUNS. 05:18:29 CU OMINOUS PISTOL. 05:18:40 HEADON CU WHITE MALE YOUTH TAKING VIDEO TARGET PRACTICE. 05:18:58 VS PARTICIPANTS IN VIDEO TARGET PRACTICE BOOTH. 05:19:09 CU COLT DISPLAY. 05:19:17 MWS MEN LOOKING AT SHINY RED HUMVEE ON DISPLAY. 05:19:26 MCU OLDER HEAVY SET MAN WEARING NRA BASEBALL CAP. 05:19:32 MS ANOTHER MAN LOOKING UNDER HUMVEE'S HOOD. 05:19:39 MS OLDER WELL DRESSED COUPLE CHECKING OUT HANDGUNS. 05:19:45 CU WOMAN GRIPPING PISTOL AND COCKING TRIGGER. 05:20:17 CU ANOTHER MAN EXAMINING PISTOLS. 05:20:44 WS FEDERAL AMMUNITION BOOTH. 05:20:54 COMPRESSION MS MEN WEARING BRIGHT ORANGE VESTS AND TAN NRA SHIRTS GATHERED TOGETHER TO CHECK OUT FIREARMS IN PELLET SHOOTING RANGE. 05:21:25 ECU MAN TAKING AIM W/ MARKSMAN RIFLE. 05:21:40 CU ANOTHER MAN CHECKING OUT WOOD BARREL SHOTGUN. 05:21:59 BETTER CU MAN LOOKING THROUGH SCOPE OF MARKSMAN RIFLE. 05:22:30 MLS DOWN ROW OF MEN. 05:22:38 MCU LEFT HANDED MAN TAKING AIM AND FIRING. 05:23:05 REARVIEW OVER SHOULDER CU MAN FIRING MARKSMAN RIFLE. 05:23:15 CU TARGET CARD W/ PELLET HOLES. 05:23:23 OVER SHOULDER CU ANOTHER MAN SHOOTING RIFLE. 05:23:54 CU ANOTHER PELLET RIDDLED TARGET. 05:24:20 ZOOM IN ON MOVING TARGET RIDING ACROSS RAIL. 05:24:34 CU MOVING TARGET, PICTURE OF RUNNING BOAR, RIDING ACROSS RAIL PAST BACKBOARD RIDDLED W/ PELLET HOLES.
Beaten by wild boars in Besançon
Centre Est
France. Opening hunt in Corsica + dls dates opening
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