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Joined YouTube on: 2012-12-30Area: United Kingdom  Language: English 
Subscribers Live Sub Count
387K  0.5%
Total Views
286.74M  0.5%
Average Video Views
58.27K  38.7%
Total Videos
3.56K 
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Global Rank
48,403rd  (Top 1%)
Country/Area Rank
1,248th  (Top 1.1%)
NoxScore
  3.57 
Published Videos
45  (Recent Month)
Est. Partner Earning
$ 144.94K  (Monthly)
Est. Potential Earnings
$ 231.78  (Each Video)
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Average interaction of the last 30 uploaded videos
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    15.06%
  • Likes/Views
    3.28%
  • Comments/Views
    0.29%
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    0.08%
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Avg.Views58.27K
Most Viewed Video from Newsflare YouTube Channel
21.49M Views· 2019-09-16 Published Date· 237.48K Likes· 15.5K Comments

A kayaker based in Namibia captured his encounters with numerous baby seals trapped in netting and how he cut them free with a line cutter on May 11. Schalk Louw, who filmed these rescues, caught the seal pups in a specially designed blue net after the mammals had become entangled. "We got a net from a good friend in California to help aid us in our rescues. We’re testing it out and it works well with the small pups. In the video, Naude is using the net to catch a pup caught in fishing line and I used my line cutter to assist him and to cut the pup free," said Louw. In another rescue, the kayaker manages to catch a seal by its tail that had fishing lines around its neck. Louw told Newsflare: "My line cutter could not cut through the line without having to use excessive force. Thankfully Francois was there with his Leatherman so he cut the lines off and the pup was free to play again." Footage shows a herd of seals on a beach in Namibia running towards the sea while the filmers chase them with a blue net. The bag is then placed in front of a baby seal who runs directly inside. A specially placed zip on the bag is opened where the head of the seal is and the rescuers then use their cutters to remove the netting. The filmers show how they hold the puppy's head down with some force because of the strength evident in the sea mammal. However each seal then happily flees to the sea, free from the manmade trapping. This footage is being managed exclusively by Newsflare. To license this video email licensing@newsflare.com or call: +44 (0) 203 937 6280 Subscribe to NewsflareBreaking: http://bit.ly/newsflare Connect with NewsflareBreaking Online: ▶Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Newsflare ▶Twitter https://twitter.com/Newsflare ▶Google+ http://bit.ly/NewsflareGoogle Register now to upload your videos and be notified of paid video assignments near you. → Visit www.newsflare.com to find out more.

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