As the dry season gets longer each year, the rainy season gets more destructive. In the jungles of Amazon, jaguars and crocks fight over the dwindling prey, but tiny killers like the Cordyceps fungi ...
Step inside the most frigid habitats on Earth - the poles. Here, the planet's ultimate survivalists include whale-hunting polar bears, leopard-seal-dodging penguins and a pack of Arctic wolves that ...
2,000 miles of remote African savanna, this ancient land's governed by competing clans of ruthlessly proficient predators. Their survival depends on herds of powerful prey. Each day's a ... See full summary »
Earth's great rivers, from source to sea, make extraordinary journeys carving through continents, nurturing ancient civilizations, feeding and connecting life across our world from the ... See full summary »
Documentary series focusing on the breadth of the diversity of habitats around the world, from the remote Arctic wilderness and mysterious deep oceans to the vast landscapes of Africa and diverse jungles of South America.
The Pacific Ocean covers one-third of the Earth's surface, holds half of our world's water, and hides the deepest place on our planet. Big Pacific breaks the boundaries between land and sea in way never seen before.
Follow the true stories of five of the world's most celebrated, yet endangered animals; penguins, chimpanzees, lions, painted wolves and tigers. Each in a heroic struggle against rivals and... See full summary »
David Attenborough takes a stark look at the facts surrounding climate change in today's world, detailing the dangers we are already having to deal with and future threats, but also the ... See full summary »
Michael E. Mann
This Series is a true masterpiece of photography and documentary film making. The visuals are stunningly beautiful and the soundtrack brilliantly compliments the spectacular visuals. This is a truly wonderful show.
Its prominent references to climate facts are also exceedingly brave for a documentary aimed at a primarily American audience - The high levels of scientific illiteracy and science denial in the U.S. will no doubt result in a 'hostile' reception among some.
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