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    Nature Documentaries

    Nature Documentaries tell the greatest biography of them all: Mother Nature’s. Our fragile world isn’t always so fragile. Sometimes it’s a savage fight for survival: a hurricane, or a tidal wave and a volcano. But, nature can also be as delicate as beautiful spider’s web and as graceful as a humming bird’s wings. Nature documentaries are about the whale, the ant, the land, the sea, the sky. Enjoy a nature documentary below!



    • 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 – when 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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    • Steve Winter: On the Trail of the Tiger
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      Steve Winter: On the Trail of the Tiger

      National Geographic does what National Geographic has done so many times before: deliver on their promise to show viewers a remarkably scenic tour of the greatest cats in the world.  Relying on the talented Steve Winter, National Geographic takes us on the hunt of the tiger. We journey to India and learn why the Tiger
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    • The Northern Lights – Beauty at the End of the World
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      The Northern Lights – Beauty at the End of the World

      From the folks at the National Film Board of Canada comes another beautiful eye full for the senses. THE NORTHERN LIGHTS  takes us into the Arctic Circle and gives us a front seat view of the legendary natural light show in the sky that has dazzled the Inuit for generations.  The scientific word for the
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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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    • A World Without Water
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      A World Without Water

      It’s been said that life cannot continue to thrive without water and yet there are many communities around the world do not have access to potent, drinking water. This is global problem that seems to point to privatization as its root cause, where companies run by greed deplete our water resources. Add to the fact
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    • Terrors of Tasmania
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      Terrors of Tasmania

      The Tasminian Devil is known as the biggest marsupial carnivore in the world, and it is only found in, where else but Tasmania in Australia. Known for its blood curdling screams, its scavenging on carcasses and its nondiscriminatory kills, the Devils have their share of bad reputation. But this documentary explores deeply into the way
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    • What In The World Are They Spraying?
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      What In The World Are They Spraying?

      This documentary takes a poignant look at how chemtrails affect our lives and the environment. Every now and then, we see aircrafts hovering over the sky followed by a murky haze of cloud that suggest these are not merely coming from the jet’s engines. In a move to supposedly make our lives better, geo-engineering has
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    • Dogs Decoded
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      Dogs Decoded

      The bond between humans and dogs is a mystery. But it is a remarkable mystery that is the feature of this documentary as scientists investigate the genetics of these domesticated animals and find implications that may impact human culture’s evolution. Dogs do have a special bond with humans and can easily detect, read and respond
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