Water jungle. (1935)

Film-document №67118 1 part, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Director: Allen Ross

Reel №1

West Florida.

Everglades tropical sanctuary.

Allen Ross is feeding raccoons.

His job is to catching animals and reptiles.

Raccoons in the aviary.

Allen Ross talks about his profession.

The ability to swim well is an integral part of his training.

Ross jumping into the lake.

Underwater, underwater swimming turtle.

Ross grabs a turtle, throws it on the raft, assistant to the raft turns turtle on its back, so as not crawled.

Ross floats down the river in a boat.

A family of otters is to the water, swimming under water.

Otter fishing, throws on the shore, there is eating.

Ross under the water, catches a snake, another, puts the bag.

Floating in a boat.

On the shore of the eggs in the sand crocodiles, young crawl to the water through the eggs.

Crocodile in the water, open the jaws of a crocodile.

Trying to grab another crocodile with timber grabs, pulls into the water, fighting, they're cool, they beat their tails.

Ross goes with a bag of water, collects small crocodiles.

Adult crocodile hardly miss him.

Catching a crocodile to trap the crocodile grabs the stick and into the loop, the young man with rope twists its mouth

Key words

USA, 1935, personalities, jungle, wild animals, hunting