Filmmakers wake up at 3am to capture nature in the Tatras

Their videos feature bears and wolves in their natural habitats.

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“Come to the forest with us,” a pair of observers of Tatra nature says. They share their experience through impressive videos, My Liptov reported.

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Two Liptov-born men have dedicated their time to observing nature for more than ten years. They have filmed it for the last two years, showing the rest of the world their amazing discoveries.

The abbreviation KuUl is two surnames – Kučera, Uličný. Tomáš Kučera from Liptovský Mikuláš works as a sports reporter for My Liptov. In his free time, he loves to film Tatra nature. Michal Uličný knows and reads the southern forests of the Western Tatras with the senses of an experienced hunter. When he's not in the wild, he can be found in his home in Jakubovany. Both men leave their houses to film Liptov nature at 3 a.m.

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