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Discovery Channel Shoots Episode About Croatian Canadair Pilots

A film crew from famous American TV station Discovery Channel was in the Dalmatian city of Zadar on Friday shooting scenes for an episode of its popular series ‘World’s top five’.

The show, which is set to screen on air later this year, will focus on Croatian Canadair pilots from the airforce base in Zemunik (Zadar County) who fight countless fires each summer on Croatia’s coast. At Zemunik base there are Canadair pilots who hold a few world records for attending the most fires and for launching the most water bombs in one day, and that is what has grabbed Discovery Channel’s attention.

Discovery Channel were shooting on Friday the pilots flying over the Zadar channel collecting water from the sea which will be a further advertisement for Croatian tourism when it screens all over the world.

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