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    Biology, Environment Documentaries

    Biology, Environment documentaries are listed below. These are the best biology and environment documentaries made in the last few decades. As scientists learn more about biology the possibilities become endless and this is reflected in our collection of Biology documentaries. And, let’s not forget about the environment. It’s time to remember: to learn: to ACT. Environment documentaries such as Al Gore’s have helped stir the world to action. Communities are rising to help. Just by watching a biology and environment documentary you are helping in the fight of Mother Nature’s life. Knowledge is power! enjoy



    • How To Clone Animals
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      How To Clone Animals

      Cloning has been a highly polarizing topic due to its perceived benefits, risks, and ethical implications. Cloning is considered to be highly experimental and problematic since at present about 25% of new births have developed abnormalities.  

    • The Life of Birds: The Problems of Parenthood
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      The Life of Birds: The Problems of Parenthood

      The Life of Birds: The Problems of Parenthood follows up with our earlier documentary review of Meat Eaters.  Today, we bring you the problems of being a good parent Рwhen everyone is trying to either eat you or steal your food. The BBC teams up with Dave Attenborough and journeys to the ends of
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    • Life of Birds: Meat Eaters
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      Life of Birds: Meat Eaters

      The Life of Birds: Meat Eaters. Not so long ago, the prevailing theory was that Dinosaurs were reptiles. No More. The current theory is that the vast majority of birds have dinosaur ancestors. The missing link may be by analyzing the meat eating birds. We journey to New Zealand, where giant eagles terrorize monkeys and
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    • Little People of Flores
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      Little People of Flores

      The remains of three-foot-tall humans are discovered on a remote Indonesian island. These tiny people seem to be from some low budget science fiction movie – but these are our ancestors! The entire population mysteriously disappeared and their remains are only now being discovered. What do these little people of Flores tell us about ourselves
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    • How Smart Are Animals?
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      How Smart Are Animals?

      ¬† How Smart is Fido? That dog who sits at the edge of your bed and waits for you to utter the magic words: “let’s go for a walk.” How smart is that fish swimming by you in the sea? It is well known that the chimpanzee is our closest living relative from a genetic
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    • Becoming 13
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      Becoming 13

      This heart felt and hard hitting documentary shows us what it’s like to be a teenaged girl. I happen to be a guy and so I found this documentary remarkably informative for understanding women. However, if you are a girl then this documentary BECOMING 13 will likely occupy a special space in your heart as
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    • TED: Jack Horner: Shape-Shifting Dinosaurs
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      TED: Jack Horner: Shape-Shifting Dinosaurs

      Where are the baby dinosaurs? In a spellbinding talk from TEDxVancouver paleontologist Jack Horner describes how slicing open fossil skulls revealed a shocking secret about some of our most beloved dinosaurs. Jack Horner and his dig teams have discovered the first evidence of parental care in dinosaurs, extensive nesting grounds, evidence of dinosaur herds, and
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    • Cure for Love
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      Cure for Love

      Cure for Love is a full-length documentary about a controversial evangelical movement¬† that claims they have discovered the ‘solution’ for turning gay men into ‘normal’ heterosexuals. If just reading the above sentence made your blood boil, this documentary is for you! Obviously, there is something very sinister being wrapped up with the shawls of religion.
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    • The Sustainable City
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      The Sustainable City

      Much is emphasized on how much impact we bring to the environment as a result of our use of energy, space and material things. This documentary aims to show the ways in which we can minimize our carbon footprint and use the resources before us more efficiently. Even in the area of architecture, going green
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    • Language Acquisition
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      Language Acquisition

      A beautiful documentary that is recommended by Frog on A Log, one of Documentary-Log.com’s biggest fans. This documentary is about language acquisition and how truly special and unique this makes humans.