Footage
impenetrable forest. (1930 - 1939)

Film-document №67094 1 part, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Director: A. Bothas (A. Bothas)

Operators: A. Bothas (A. Bothas)

Reel №1

A documentary film about the reserve on the island of Dars.

Dars - the central part of the peninsula Fischland-Darss-Zingst, which lies on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea in Mecklenburg.

Most of the island is covered by forests.

Deciduous forest at dawn.

Anthill in the forest, scurrying ants.

The foliage of the trees moving in the wind.

The grass snake crawls.

Above flower bee winds.

In the meadow grazing yaks with cubs.

Fox warily inspecting the field, running in the grass.

Macro beetle on a blade of grass, spiders spinning webs.

The wind oppression grass.

The air is going to storm, the rain.

On the blade of grass dragonfly sitting.

A family of wild boars in the forest under the trees.

The jack on the top of the tree sits the hawk.

Snake creeps into the water, swims.

On the stone sits a toad.

Close-up of grasshopper.

By running deer meadow, two males seized in the battle for the female.

Close up of a lizard.

Moonlit night in the woods, owl staring round eyes in the dark.

Trees in the forest.

Key words

Germany, 1930,