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Channel: Brave Wilderness
Categories: Biology   |   Environmental   |   Science   |   Technology  
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In this segment of On Location, Mark shows the Coyote Pack just how he gets some of the epic arial footage seen in many of the Brave Wilderness videos!

While he was out flying one of the teams phantom 4’s in the Costa Rican rainforest, Coyote and Mario decided to grab their cameras to film some behind the scenes moments of what its like to operate a drone in the wilderness…the answer, NOT always that easy!

From takeoff, to landing, to losing signal with the aircraft…flying a drone in the jungle can be super difficult!

Get ready for one epic drone adventure!

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