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Uniting exploration, photography and the natural world, Tales By Light follows photographers from Australia and around the world as they push the limits of their craft. Told from the eye of the storyteller, follow these extraordinary artists as they work to capture the perfect image and show us our world in a new light.

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Thanks to donations made to the Vet Ranch once again, another helpless and homeless animal is saved. Dr. Karri aligns this puppy’s jaw bone so she would be able to eat properly once again!

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Residents of a Brisbane neighbourhood are being stalked by a giant kangaroo, taking locals by surprise as it wanders fearlessly around the streets. The 6 foot 5 animal is said to weigh up to 100 kilograms, and has been spotted in playgrounds, walking tracks and even at the local golf club in North Lakes, Brisbane.

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“An edit showcasing spearfishing from both the North and South Islands, venturing from Nelson all the way up to Great Barrier. New Zealand is home to some of the best spearfishing in the world, we hope that this video helps show some of the different country we ge to hunt, and the different species we get to bring to the table” – WildFox Productions.

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When paddle boarder Luke Reilly left his house, the last thing he would have expected was for him to come face-to-face with one of ocean’s most successful predators. Yet that is exactly what happened, when a curious killer whale played under Reilly’s board for nearly five minutes.

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This guy thought he was being clever by getting close to this gator from the safety of his car, but he instantly regretted his choice and his front bumper is now somewhere in a swamp!

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In the Congo River, Jeremy catches a monster which has been preying on un-suspecting victims. Growing to 6 feet long with the jaws and teeth of a crocodile, this is one monster you want to avoid.

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This homeless dog had the largest bladder stone ever, and without surgery the stone would grow and likely end up killing her. Thanks to the goodwill and generosity of people making donations, she was able to have the surgery and a brand new start.