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Published 3 years ago with 11 Comments

Glowworms in Motion - A Time-lapse of NZ’s Glowworm Caves in 4K

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  • jcscher
    +5

    I have heard about the Glowworm caves before. i would like to go NZ and see them.

    • shadow1515
      +3

      There's a fascinating segment on them in the Caves episode of BBC's Planet Earth series. The entire series is fantastic and is on Netflix.

      • jcscher
        +4

        Hey thanks I will check that out!

    • trevortx
      +2

      There are also some in caves in Tasmania, I was lucky enough to see them last year!

  • wrmnthewoodwork
    +3

    Nature is breathtaking.

    I think I've seen everything she's got, and then I'm shown something like this. Stunning.

  • thinkerbell
    +3

    This was beautiful. It's one of those things that you think would only be in movies, but is real.

  • Wolfyz
    +2

    This is breathtaking, it's so extraordinary that it seems like something that could be found on another planet. I love time lapses like this, with the smooth motion, it almost looked like stars twinkling in a rock bound sky.

  • Gozzin
    +2

    I really did enjoy this. What a find.

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