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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



    • Human Cloning
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      Human Cloning

      Cloning is a very controversial topic and for good reason. If you could essentially bring back a loved one from the dead by cloning them, would you? Perhaps you believe that when we pass on it because it our time and therefore you are against cloning as it goes against this theory. Regardless of your
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    • Can GM Food Save The World?
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      Can GM Food Save The World?

      Pick your weapon and let the food fight begin as the BBC sparks a great debate with their documentary Can GM Food Save the World? Globally it is costing us more and more to feed our families. Thousands upon thousands around the world are struggling to get enough food to eat. The world’s population is
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    • Oliver The Chimp
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      Oliver The Chimp

      Oliver, although a common chimpanzee, had an unusual built and physical appearance. When photographs of him were presented in 1976, the world went in a frenzy because Oliver looked almost human. He had bald hair, his built was almost straight up, and walked just like how human beings are. He also had human-like qualities because
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    • Parrots, The Universe & Everything Else
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      Parrots, The Universe & Everything Else

      Author of “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” and one of the best selling authors from Britain, Douglas Adams is featured in his video, which had been recorded at the University of California, Santa Barbara. This is apparenlty one of his last appearances, before his death in 2001. Douglas Adams talks about his observations of
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    • Dead Tired
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      Dead Tired

      How many times have you yawned today? How many hours of sleep did you get last night? This week? Do you frequently feel sluggish or catch yourself complaining of fatigue? Are you familiar with the phrase, feeling ‘dead tired?’ If so, this is a must-see documentary for you. The film, Dead Tired is unique, as
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    • The Life of Birds
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      The Life of Birds

      This BBC nature documentary ran in 1998 and was one of the most thorough and detailed documentaries ever made about birds. Narrated by David Attenborough, this documentary is featured in 50 minute episodes each. Sir David Attenborough hosts this unprecedented and extraordinary global look at the magnificent and often curious winged species with which we
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    • DNA
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      DNA

      When constructing a house, a building or any large structure, we refer to blueprints. Are we any different? What is our blueprint? What links everything living, together? What ties families together through generations, personality, sickness, health, and looks? These are questions in which scientists have spent hundreds of years trying to figure out. What is
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    • Kingdom of the Blue Whale
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      Kingdom of the Blue Whale

      This is a documentary about really big mammals that can swim. Blue whales are the largest creatures to ever breathe on our planet. We know little about them. Their calls travel hundreds of miles, but we can barely hear them. They eat thousands of pounds of food every day, and we don’t know how they
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    • World’s Deadliest Bull Sharks
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      World’s Deadliest Bull Sharks

      This documentary examines bull sharks. Why are bulls considered the deadliest of them all? Sharks have an image problem. Some of us think of them as giant monsters, looking for people to eat. But in fact, most species of sharks are just too small to pose any harm. About 80% of all shark species are
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    • The Ghost In Your Genes
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      The Ghost In Your Genes

      Genetics is a field in science that is quite complex. Who we are and how are bodies behave is supposedly a result of genetic inheritance. Deep inside our system is our DNA, which binds us from the rest of our family. This DNA is similar per generation, with only slightly changes by its mutation. “Up
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