Animals Travel Wrecks

Amazing Marine Life of Croatia

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Over 700 dives in this area in Croatia gave this filmmaker a lot to look at, as well as a lot to show us!

This is short film from underwater filmmaker about just one area in Croatia. A place where he’s made about 700 dives in all of the spots between Hvar and Pakelni Islands, including the famous Vodnjak. Check his other films and subscribe if you like! You can find him also on TwitterFacebook, Instagram with more photos and info. @oceanframes

Music: Marco Zannone – Hopes For Tomorrow 

 

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