Footage from the exhibition: “Aldabra, treasure of Biodiversity” (Museum National D’ Histoire Naturelle - Paris May 2008 until January 2009)
This travelling exposition is made by the Foto Natura Expedition team.
Aldabra, the world's largest coral atoll, is in the Aldabra Group of islands in the Indian Ocean that form part of the Seychelles. Uninhabited and extremely isolated Aldabra is virtually untouched by humans, has distinctive island fauna including the Aldabra Giant Tortoise, and is designated a World Heritage Site.
Camera & editing Gertjan Straalman. CC BY - ND License