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Global, Native and American history, Ecological, Climate, Art history

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Voice Over • Documentaries
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Description

Documentary and museum presentations. Land reclamation, Egyptian history, American history, Indigenous history, climate change and it's effects on ocean temperatures. Children's documentary on Sea life. Art history.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

Canadian, North American, US General American (GenAm)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Do you know what this is? This is sphagnum moss and it is thousands of years old, believe it or not, it is shaped everything around us. Much of Richmond is in fact built on sphagnum moss, a key building block for bugs and wetlands, judging from the scenes portrayed on relief sculptures outside the app Adana, it is likely the great king himself would have presided inside the audience hall as visitors and tribute bearers formed a procession towards him. The immense size of the app. Adana meant hundreds or even thousands could walk under its massive columns, taking part in spectacular ceremonies in honor of the king. Before recorded time, the alone people inhabited this region after they and their culture were nearly extinguished. They fought their way back today, descendants of the magma Aloni who lived in santa Clara Valley are leading cultural workshops, giving presentations in public institutions and revitalizing the language. I live and have lived for thousands upon thousands of years and I have lain my bounty at your feet. My lands hold within the trees that flower mountains formed by layers upon layers. For decades, the ocean has taken the heat from climate change. It absorbs 90% of the heat and up to a third of the carbon dioxide from the burning of oil, coal and gas. As a result, the ocean is warmer, more acidic and less productive and sea levels are rising. Hi, my name is hydra. I'm aligned seahorse and I live in the Chesapeake Bay. The Chesapeake Bay is part of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, a watershed that is an area of land where water from rain or snow melting drains downhill into a single body of water. It is one of the strangest and most terrifying beginnings in the history of literature at once immediate and disorienting, intensely personal, filled with dread, anxiety, confusion and menace, its bewildered protagonist, suddenly aware, without any introduction or explanation, that he is hopelessly lost within a dense, dark and terrifying forest, unable to remember how or when or why he came to be there and desperately trying to find his way out.