The Wildlife of Uzbekistan – An Expedition to the Deserts of Central Asia

The Wildlife of Uzbekistan – An Expedition to the Deserts of Central Asia


14 comments on “The Wildlife of Uzbekistan – An Expedition to the Deserts of Central Asia

  1. Какая красота! Большое спасибо за такие потрясающие съемки, монтаж и работу со звуком!

  2. Ура! Я рада, что вы вернулись 🙂 Спасибо за это видео, чудесное

  3. Wonderful video! Thak you so much!
    Have an interesting story for you about the first bird you showed us: en Myna, rus Майна, uzb Mayna
    I've heard, that these birds were not a big part of Uzbekistan's fauna, until the 60's – 80's (don't remember correctly) of the last century and the order of that time ruler of communistic Uzbekistan – Sharaf Rashidov (may be I am wrong again). They've been domesticated in order to fight grasshoppers in Uzbekistan. But their population went out of control, also these birds are very teamy ones and tend to attack other birds and animals in groups if needed. So they are one of the majority birds in Uzbekistan nowadays. By they way (according to what I hear), they were brought to Uzbekistan from Afghanistan and locals call them Afghanians (Афганец/Afghanets) from time to time.

  4. Absolutely phenomenal work. Breathtaking, gorgeous, unfathomably alluring….okay that's enough about your appearance. This video speaks to a level of elegance of skill that most men (and a few women) could never hope to emulate. Truly, remarkable.

    (Also, cool lizards and stuff, yeah)

  5. Я таааак расстраивалась, что долго не было новых видео! Спасибо огромное Вам за все труды. Шикарная работа 💔

  6. 18 минут на одном дыхании! не могла оторваться. и захотелось сразу в лето:)

  7. Ооо, спасибо, дорогой! Очень здорово, как снова туда вернулась. И ты в кадре хорош невероятно. Жду вторую часть.

  8. This is just stunning! Such videos make me want to travel Central Asia and study zoology.. No, really, extremely inspiring. Спасибо)

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