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The word nature is derived from the Latin term “natura” literally translated as birth. The all encompassing definition of nature is the natural, physical or material world or universe. Nature is the phenomenon that accompanies the physical world. On a larger scale it varies from subatomic to the cosmic. Nature may also refer to the general realm of various types of living plants and animals, and in some cases to the processes associated with inanimate objects such as the weather.

In other contexts, the variation of the word “nature”, such as “natural” is commonly used to describe the opposite of unnatural, supernatural or synthetic. Today the term is commonly associated with geology and wildlife.

In order for us to be able to study the natural occurrences and its elements, we have devised a categorization according to the properties of those elements. The primary categories are Earth, atmosphere, climate and weather, water, ecosystems, life, matter and energy. Every prime category has an internal division into specific areas, e.g. water is categorized into oceans, lakes, rivers, ponds and streams.

The documentaries and video materials compiled in this category are concerned with the above mentioned occurrences and other various natural phenomena.

Witness the efforts of an environmental activist, who risked his wellbeing and confronted the law, to save one little part of our planet`s lungs. The documentary “Among Giants” follows the story of this brave man and his incredible mission.

See what happens when humans abandon their habitat and all that is left behind are manmade structures. The ecosystem of that place begins the slow process of recovery and the entire flora and fauna can flourish without human interference. The city of Chernobyl has, accidentally, become such a place.

Discover how the Earth, as we know it today, came to exist. From the lifeless rocky surface encircled with boiling lava to the living and breathing green paradise with the abundance of life. The dramatic story of how the Earth was made is still going on.

The expedition lead by Paul Rose goes into the depths of the world`s oceans. See what extraordinary discoveries they made and enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna of the ocean.

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Snake Island Facts: The Deadliest Island in the World

The island is home to between 3,000 and 4,000 deadly snakes. Visiting the island is banned by the Brazilian government

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Top 5 Most Intelligent Dogs

“Do dogs really think”, “can dogs communicate with us”, “how can we understand our dogs”?

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Ten Interesting Facts about Reindeer

Did you know they are the only mammal that can see ultraviolet light? And how the connection to Santa was born?

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Five Architecture Designs that will change future

Since 2008, Berlin in Germany gathers top architects for the World Architectural Festival. The annual event focuses mostly on groundbreaking international projects

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Where did all the animals go? Decline of Animal Species through numbers

In the past 50 years, the human population has gone from 3.3 billion, to 7.4 billion. In the same time, animal population has delved, with some species going extinct, while others have gone from commo...

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New Animal Species Develop Thanks to Human Intervention

Some of the new species are hybrids, some of them thrive in human-dominated world, and some still enjoy the solitude of the wilderness

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Meet Horison, the World's Most Expensive Animal worth more than CEOs make in years

Horison is a gold mine, as the price of the first offspring is around $55,000, while for the next offspring, the price goes up to $175,000

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Thousand Trees Paris - The New Eco Symbol of Paris

While the project won’t replace the Eiffel Tower probably as the Parisian icon, it will certainly put another icon in the City of Lights

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Slow Loris and Five other Land Mammals You Haven't Heard Of

Some of them are vulnerable, some are close to extinction, and some are common in the wild life

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Virgin Rainbow - The most precious rock in the world

The brilliantly colored rock has the size of a human thumb. Its weight of 72 carats makes it extremely “hard”, and by many, it is considered the finest opals ever unearthed.

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Ushguli in Georgia shows you can live above the clouds

The community includes four villages, which are Zhibiani, Chvibiani, Murqmeli and Chazhashi. Located at the foot of Shkhara, which is one of the highest summits in the Caucasian region at 2191m high, ...

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The Lifestory of Cecil the Lion - From endangered species to a legend

On July 1, Walter Palmer, a hunter and dentist from the US, wounded Cecil with an arrow. Just 40 hours later, he killed the lion with a rifle. Palmer admitted that he wanted the lion’s head for his ...

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Mount Meru - The underrated coveted prize of the Himalayas

The main reason Meru is known as the Anti-Everest is that few people within the climbing community, and almost nobody outside of it know about it. And unlike Everest, Meru peak is more of a high-altit...

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African Penguin and five other endangered species you can find in a ZOO

In order to preserve some of the species, nations have laws that protect some species. However, even the best and biggest efforts to protect the animals do not stop people from hunting animals for pel...

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The Man Who Lives Without Money

Do you ever wonder what life may be like if you were to give up all of your materialistic goods and live without money? That is exactly what Mark Boyle has done, and he is in no hurry to go back to th...

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This Bizarre Sea Creature Just Washed Up On The Shores Of Russia

The image of an unknown sea monster is taking the internet by storm

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This Ingenious Idea May Combat Rhino Poaching For Good!

Scientists have come up with this extremely clever idea to tackle rhino poaching.

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Tana Toraja, Indonesia - A lesser known place to add to your bucket list

The second most popular tourist destination in Indonesia is known for its burial rituals and "Walking dead"

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​  Can dogs commit suicide? The Overtoun Bridge is a proof they can

There is no clear number how many dogs have leaped from the parapet fall and onto the waterfalls below the bridge

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HAARP - Weapon or a Weather Research program?

Since the HAARP program started, it was followed by numerous conspiracy theories. We try to delve into what is HAARP and its potential as a weapon

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Discover the secrets of Machu Picchu

In 1911, the explorer Hiram Bingham was actually looking for the city of Vilcabamba, a hidden capitol in which the Inca escaped during the Spanish Conquest. In time, the city of Vilcabamba became the ...

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Pamukkale in Turkey is one of the most mysterious and healthiest places in the world

Deep in the earth beneath the anticent city of Hierapolis lies a vast source of water that is heated by volcanic lava

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​The Giant Eye of Africa in Mauritania - Mystery viewed from space

Because of its size, the Giant Eye is considered a landmark so big, that early space missions used it to navigate. Early space missions used the Richat Structure as a landmark, and nowadays, the place...

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A Personal Review of March of the Penguins Documentary

A fabulous reality nature film

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An Introduction to David Attenborough’s ‘Life’ Series

A Natural History by David Attenborough

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David Attenborough’s Career

a long and illustrious career in nature documentaries

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