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Jungle Eagles

Nature | 19 Nov, 2013 | 4 Comments

This documentary about harpy eagles explores the little known world of these monkey eaters. Standing 3 feet tall and with a 6 foot wingspan, these elusive eagles are finally captured on[...]

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Among Giants

Activism, Nature | 18 Oct, 2013 | 2 Comments

Risking personal injury and jail time, an environmental activist obstructs the clear-cutting of an ancient redwood grove by sitting on a tiny platform 100 feet up in the tree canopy. Already 2 years into the tree-sit when filming begins, AMONG GIANTS captures the true passion of people who don't want our forests to be cut[...]

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A Stray Hero

Activism, Nature | 16 Oct, 2013 | No Comments

55 year old, former contractor, Mohammad Azmi, has dedicated his life to helping stray dogs and cats in a country where dogs are seen as unclean and taboo to touch. Despite the culture around him telling him that what he is doing is wrong, Mohammad (also known as Pak Mie), spends his life savings helping these animals[...]

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Wolf Mountain

Indie, Nature, Short | 12 Sep, 2013 | 7 Comments

In a sanctuary in the empty Californian desert, Tonya Littlewolf runs a rescue and rehabilitation for wolves. Many were rescued from breeders, some needing a lot of hands on attention from her. This is her story, and why she does what she's doing. More info:  Watch Documentary Online Now

Animal Weapons – Chemical Warfare

Nature | 12 Sep, 2013 | 3 Comments

This documentary explores the animals that have naturally developed a chemical defense or offence for survival. Focusing on snakes, spiders, insects and lizards, we learn how these animals live, and how they use their chemical properties within their[...]

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Chernobyl Reclaimed: An Animal Takeover

Nature | 31 Jul, 2013 | 4 Comments

What would happen if humans suddenly left the earth and only the animals and our cities remained? The city of Chernobyl is an amazing, and accidental, case study in this idea. When the city was suddenly abandoned, and still remains uninhabitable, nature took over. Plants, wildlife, and the descendants of pets that were left by the[...]

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Fieldsports Britain : Rabbiting with Ferrets and Lurchers

Nature | 16 Jul, 2013 | 1 Comment

Fieldsports Britain is a series of short documentaries that showcase hunting and trapping in the British Isles. This episode shows some techniques used in hunting rabbits using ferrets, as the host tags along with a professional ferreter who's job is to keep the local rabbit population in check. Also featured are interviews with respected hunting authorities[...]

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Born To Be Wild: Giraffes on the Move

Nature | 09 Jul, 2013 | 3 Comments

Join host Joanna Lumley as she teams up with the Kenya Wildlife Service to capture and relocate 7 young giraffes in an effort to continue their preservation. The Rothschild giraffes are becoming endangered, and conservationists are starting to be concerned. This film also shows the Giraffe Manor, a wildlife preserve for Rothschild giraffes that doubles as[...]

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First Animals to Survive in Space

Nature | 25 Jun, 2013 | 27 Comments

This short documentary brought to you by the people at VICE explores the 'Water Bear' which is known as the first organism that can withstand the vacuum of space. The European Space Agency experimented with these invertebrates and found that they can survive the harsh conditions, vacuum and radiation found in[...]

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Nature’s Engineers: The Dam Beaver

Nature | 06 Jun, 2013 | 4 Comments

A beaver can chomp its way thought a 6" tree in only 15 minutes. Beavers can down hundreds of trees each year with the goal of setting up their dam, which is a feat of engineering, sometimes measuring 10 feet in height and 100 feet in length.   natures engineers beavers Watch Documentary Online Now

Inside the Perfect Predator

Nature | 08 Apr, 2013 | 1 Comment

Soaring above roads and between city buildings is the fastest animal on the planet, the peregrine falcon, on a mission to kill for her chicks. Off the coast of South Africa the world's largest predatory fish, the great white shark, has just completed a 7000 mile journey and is hungry for its next meal. On the plains[...]

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Why We Hike

Activism, Nature | 08 Apr, 2013 | 1 Comment

A short documentary that showcases a volunteer guide at Quetzaltrekkers, a hiking/trekking organization in Quetzaltenango (Xela), Guatemala, that gives all of its profits to Escuela de la Calle and El Hogar, a school and a home built to aid street kids in Guatemala. Find out more about the filmmakers, the subjects and Guatemala at Watch Documentary Online Now

Mekong River Dolphins and People: Shared River, Shared Future

Nature | 25 Mar, 2013 | 2 Comments

The iconic Irrawaddy dolphin was once plentiful in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, but was decimated during the region's turbulent recent past. Now threatened by fishing nets and proposed hydropower dams, the species is on the verge of extinction in the Mekong. With fewer than 100 dolphins remaining in the river, the Cambodian government has banned[...]

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My Lion Family

Nature | 28 Feb, 2013 | 1 Comment

Of all the big cats, the lion is one of the most terrifying -- but there's one man who isn't scared at all. He's Kevin Richardson, and he's dedicated his career to understanding, conserving and living alongside these majestic beasts. Join Kevin in My Lion Family as he shows you the mighty lion in a[...]

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