Wonderful Earth - Nature Documentary

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Our Earth is definitely beautiful. And the fun part is, we haven’t explored probably half of it. While we know the countries, the continents, and the size of those, we haven’t seen the true beauty of our Earth.

This documentary shows us all the colorful parts of our Wonderful Earth. The documentary is perfect for kids as well, as it is a great teacher as they explore Creation and learn how they can take care of our wonderful planet.

Through interactive elements, this documentary shows us the entire beauty of the planet we live on. Take a moment to appreciate the beautiful nature.

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