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  • Be A Predator : Poles - Animals Documentary

    49:42

    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

    Poles

    Mirages are shaping over the immaculate ice shelf. Close up shot of a bear inhaling the frozen air. From the bear’s point of view, we understand that… he is smelling a seal. This odour is that of a young ringed seal hidden under a thin layer of snow. A few steps and paw swipes to clear the animal and uncover a young ringed seal snack. Under the ice shelf, protected from bears by several meters of frozen ice, belugas- the white whales- are hunting halibut. In their tridimensional environment, individuals can communicate the good hunting spots while kilometres apart. The chattering of these ghost hunters is continuous. At the South Pole, leopard seals hunt in silence. But they are nonetheless excellent tacticians. Their hunt is based on their excellent sight, experience and a perfect knowledge of their prey’s calendar. When do the parent penguins go off to feed at sea, when do they return, when are the young going to take their first bath and where exactly will they get into the water? The answers to these questions are all part of the leopard seal’s hunting culture. We follow his adventures under the surface of ice-covered bays. When his hunting season comes to an end at fall, the Northern spring wakes the polar bear which goes off to hunt. Our year in the lives of Pole predators comes to a close.

    Author(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Director(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Year : 2006
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions
    Running time : 2x52mn
    Format : Digital Beta Super 16 mm
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  • Wild Polar Bear - Predator of Arctic Ocean | Ice Bears

    48:19

    The polar bear is a carnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle encompassing the Arctic Ocean its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses.

    Polar Bear
    The Polar Bear is the largest carnivorous mammal on land and must hunt regularly to ensure that it is well-fed and maintains its insulating layer of fat to keep it warm. The skins and blubber of Ringed Seals make up the bulk of the Polar Bears' diet as they often leave the remaining meat which provides an important sources of food for other animals such as Arctic Foxes. Although Seals are their primary source of food Polar Bears also eat birds berries fish and Reindeer (particularly during the trickier summer months) along with the occasional Walrus. The carcasses from large marine mammals including Seals Walruses and even Whales also provide a regular food source for Polar Bears that are said to have such a good sense of smell that they are able to sniff them out from a considerable distance away. Polar Bears are also known to break into underground Seal dens to hunt the pups inside them

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  • The Unsung Heroes of the Arctic - Ep. 3 | Wildlife: The Big Freeze

    10:47

    Polar bears dominate the Arctic animal headlines; it’s hard for anything to escape their shadow. In this episode we meet an unexpected array of smaller species that each have their own peculiar but no less entertaining strategies for surviving in this brutal environment. The tiny arctic fox might look cute, but it’s actually a killing machine. The arctic hare may be fluffy and have comical ears, but it’s both a master of camouflage and one of the fastest animals here. The snowy owl has sacrificed speed for a mightier secret weapon: silence. We find a lemming (a tiny brown rodent) running around in a blizzard, a big mistake when silent assassins are flying overhead. Although these unsung heroes are some of the few who’ve perfectly adapted to this place, the environment is changing fast. Warming temperatures are allowing enemies to move north, encroaching on these Arctic specialists.
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  • The Predators And Prey Of Makgadikgadi |Botswanas Wild Kingdom | Real Wild

    51:53

    Endless, flat, grassy plains with immense salt pans, parched and inhospitable for months - this is the world of Botswana's Makgadikgadi. Southern Africa's massive herds of zebra and wildebeests move eastwards from the Okavango Delta to the Makgadikgadi grasslands along an ancient route dictated by the unpredictable ebb and flow of water. During the harsh arid months, the conflict between man and wild animals rages on. This is the story of the unforgiving and abundant realities of Makgadikgadi.

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  • Be A Predator : Oceans

    51:28

    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

    Oceans

    Sharks or Dolphins, two predators, two morphological responses to the same environmental constraints. Which one is the better adapted to survive ?
    An underwater camera passes swiftly over a coralline sandbank then stops on a black and image of a razor fish lurking in wait. Several bottlenose dolphins forage in this location. The mothers use echolocation to spot razor fish and teach their young how to master this sophisticated sense that we don’t know. Other bottlenose dolphins have developed yet another spectacular application of this sense: they hunt grey mullets in the muddy mangrove waters and strand them on the banks. Other dolphin species use this natural sonar in different ways : some descend in group in the abyss to locate anchovy shoals. They force them up to a lesser depth where they will get stuck by the natural frontier of the water surface. But how is it possible to hunt in the darkness of the abyss without this super-sense? Seals have found an answer to this question, thanks to their vibrissae. These whiskers can detect the movements of prey in total darkness. But what can really be seen with these whiskers and how do they use them? That is what a young sea lioness in Patagonia and a grey seal in Scotland learn… before they suddenly end up in the jaws of a super-predator, a killer whale. How can they resist? To rule over the oceans, this animal an array of senses, a hunting culture transmitted from one generation to the next and an adaptability to changing environmental conditions.

    Author(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Director(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Year : 2006
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions
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  • Wildlife World: Bears | Free Documentary Nature

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    Wildlife World - Episode 6: Bears | Free Wildlife Documentary

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  • The Life of a Baby Polar Bear - Ep. 4 | Wildlife: The Big Freeze

    11:00

    In this episode we witness one of the Arctic’s most magical moments. With the help of a one-of-a-kind local tracker, we find a female polar bear fresh out of her winter den with her tiny new cub. We see ultimate cuteness as the cub explores the world outside for the first time. Their irresistible interactions distract from the fact that the mother bear is actually making an impossible decision. The mother has spent the last eight months starving, so she is eager to rush to the ocean where she can hunt. But to reach the seal feast means a 40-mile trek. Does she wait to allow the cub to gain strength for the long trek, or does she head out to sea to make sure her milk doesn’t dry up?

    We also follow a young female bear in her first moments of independence, having been kicked out by her mother. She has spent the last two and a half years with her mother preparing for this moment, but she quickly manages to get herself into trouble. Will she be able to survive a wolf on the hunt?
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  • Ocean Documentary HD

    51:28

    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

    Oceans

    Sharks or Dolphins, two predators, two morphological responses to the same environmental constraints. Which one is the better adapted to survive ?
    An underwater camera passes swiftly over a coralline sandbank then stops on a black and image of a razor fish lurking in wait. Several bottlenose dolphins forage in this location. The mothers use echolocation to spot razor fish and teach their young how to master this sophisticated sense that we don’t know. Other bottlenose dolphins have developed yet another spectacular application of this sense: they hunt grey mullets in the muddy mangrove waters and strand them on the banks. Other dolphin species use this natural sonar in different ways : some descend in group in the abyss to locate anchovy shoals. They force them up to a lesser depth where they will get stuck by the natural frontier of the water surface. But how is it possible to hunt in the darkness of the abyss without this super-sense? Seals have found an answer to this question, thanks to their vibrissae. These whiskers can detect the movements of prey in total darkness. But what can really be seen with these whiskers and how do they use them? That is what a young sea lioness in Patagonia and a grey seal in Scotland learn… before they suddenly end up in the jaws of a super-predator, a killer whale. How can they resist? To rule over the oceans, this animal an array of senses, a hunting culture transmitted from one generation to the next and an adaptability to changing environmental conditions.

    Author(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Director(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Year : 2006
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions
    Distributor(s) : Saint Thomas Productions

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  • Wonderful World: Nature On Our Planet | Real Wild

    1:28:30

    The Earth is home to over 2 million plants and animals with great biodiversity. The result of evolution over billions of years is a beautiful composition of changing landscapes: mountains, deep forests, vast oceans and arctic ice fields.

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  • Our Planet | Frozen Worlds | FULL EPISODE | Netflix

    53:32

    Experience our planet's natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

    In this episode: On the unforgiving frontier of climate change, polar bears, walruses, seals and penguins find their icy Edens in peril.

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  • Amazing nature: Run to survive

    50:01

    In a land of dangers, plant-eating animals are always at risk, and never more so than at the time of their birth; out on the open they are vulnerable and there are few places to hide. But luckily some are born to run…
    Out on the African plains life can get off to a shaky start. Millions of baby wildebeests, zebras and antelopes are born at the same time. All of them must struggle to their feet in minutes. They must master their legs and be ready to run with the herd. If they don't they will be picked off by predators like lions, cheetahs, or crocodiles.
    Whatever their role in life, little ones will face one challenge after another, whether it's trying to keep up with the herd during migration, getting stuck in the mud during a drought, being separated from its mother, panicking in bad weather, or even coming face to face with a predator.
    The point will come in every young animal's life when the skills it learned will be put to good use. One of the most powerful wake-up calls to the harsh reality of nature comes to a young wildebeest during its migration. A dramatic river crossing, where there are more than just fast currents and steep banks to deal with - a river teaming with crocodiles. One by one his herd mates are picked off by the great reptiles, but when his time comes he proves he was born to run!

  • Sharks : Scavengers of the Seas - Documentary

    49:41

    Before being an earthly paradise with enchanting colours, the lagoon of New-Caledonia is above all a paradise for sharks. Usually considered as fierce predators, sharks really are opportunistic scavengers.

    Scavengers that are not too picky when it comes to their menu: feathers, fins or fur, anything will do.


    Amongst the most striking scenes which punctuate this documentary filmed for four years in New Caledonia, is the never-seen-before sequence of the planet’s greatest animal, a weakened blue whale, attacked and cleaned up by hordes of sharks from the surface down to the abyss. High quality images and a dramatic backdrop soundtrack plunge us into the shark's world.

    Author(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Director(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Year: 2003
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions, Canal+
    Running time: 52 mn
    Distributor(s): Village Distribution

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    Best Underwater Film


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  • Lions Defending Their Territory | A Year In The Wild S1 EP3 | Real Wild

    42:43

    A lion's territory isn't somewhere you want to accidentally stumble into.

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  • The Harp Seals Race Against Time - Ep. 5 | Wildlife: The Big Freeze

    12:25

    We head away from land onto the ice floes of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, where thousands of harp seals are giving birth to tiny yellow pups. The adults have come so far south from their feeding grounds that this forms a unique oasis away from their main predator, the polar bear. But there’s a catch. From the minute the pups are born, they enter a race against time. In one of the shortest mammal weaning periods, the pups have just 10 days to drink all the milk possible and start swimming before their mothers abandon them on melting ice. Our changing climate means the stakes couldn’t be higher. If the ice melts before they learn to swim, this generation of pups will drown.
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  • Central Sweden - Where the moose is at home

    43:12

    Sweden, at the very top of the Norwegian border, 150 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle: Heidi Andersson lives here in a village called Ensamheten - Loneliness. That is quite apt. That's why they all stick together, work with wood and in agriculture and do the same sport - arm wrestling. Heidi is eight times world champion in this unusual sport for women and enjoys her life in loneliness.

    The Baltic Sea coast in southern Lapland: Here there is a herring delicacy, the surströmming. And as is so often the case with specialities, the spirits differ - smell and taste are unique.

    Then the journey leads into the forests and swamps of Sweden. About 400,000 moose live here. But you hardly get to see them. Unless you visit Sune Häggmark. He takes care of orphaned and sick animals. The tourists have turned this into a business for him.

    Another moose friend is Lars Mortimer. He is the father of the melancholic and often depressed animal comic hero Hälge.

    If you ask a child in Sweden to paint a house, he will paint a red house. Copper was extracted from the Falun pit. From the stony remains one still wins the coveted red color, the Swedish red. It preserves the wood and is as modern as ever.

    Sundborn lies in the heart of central Sweden. After a visit to the pilgrimage site for Swedish fans from all over the world - the home of the probably most popular Swedish painter Carl Larsson - the Swedish journey ends with Peter Mosten. He produces birch champagne. He drills holes in the trunks to tap the birch trees. He uses a secret recipe to make sparkling wine from the juice. The business flourishes, and so he has set himself the goal of one day bringing 50,000 litres onto the market.

  • Iguana chased by killer snakes | Planet Earth II: Islands - BBC

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    For racer snakes, the emergence of marine iguana hatchlings is a feeding bonanza.

    Remote islands offer sanctuary for some of the planet's strangest and rarest creatures. The rare pygmy three-toed sloth enjoys a peaceful existence on an idyllic Caribbean island, while nesting albatross thrive in predator-free isolation.

    But island life always comes at a cost. On the Galapagos Islands, young marine iguana must escape an onslaught of deadly racer snakes the moment they hatch from the sand. On the sub-Antarctic island of Zavodovski, life gets more extreme still. Every day, one and a half million penguins risk being battered against the rocks by fierce waves as they try to get on and off the island.

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  • Incredible Recent Discoveries in Antarctica!

    11:14

    The Moon rotates around the Earth at about the same speed, as it does around its axis, that’s why we can only see one side of it. It means that 41% of its surface hasn’t been explored yet! This fact surprises many people, as we are used to thinking that we know everything about all things in the world. While even our own planet remains a mystery to us.

  • Iguana vs Snake | Planet Earth II | BBC America

    2:12

    It is a race to survival against all odds. Planet Earth II premiered February 18th on BBC America.

    The Planet Earth II crew filmed an amazing scene between a hatchling marine iguana and racer snakes.

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  • Symphony of life: Underwater world of Australia

    45:03

    Australia stands for tourism icons like the Ayers Rock, the Pinnacles and the Kakadu National Park. Crocodiles, Koalas and Kangaroos are possibly the most popular animals of the world. Venomous snakes, and spiders are in focus of the media as well as the famous great Barrier Reef and the Ningaloo Reef - the reef of the whale sharks. This under-water documentary concentrates on the two big coral reefs. The Aus-tralian Paul Waghorn is one of the underwater specialists of the Moun-tain Pictures team. He possibly spends more hours underwater than on land. He describes the biodiversity off the two reefs at the east and west coast of Australia as a symphony of the ocean. It teaches us to understand not only the animals but also our own humans variety of species as a miracle. Nature does not know man made rules and reli-gions and it is anything but a happy wonderland. The species have developed her own methods of surviving. Pauls cinematic concert is asking the spectator to think about wrong or right, good and bad, stu-pidity and cleverness in the world of plants and creatures of the ocean.

  • Nocturnal wanderer: The fire salamander

    44:41

    Almost everyone knows of him, but very rarely does anyone actually get to see this nocturnal wanderer. This is because he leads a secret, silent and absolutely inconspicuous life, that of a loner, only on the move after dusk. In addition to this, he has survived the dinosaurs as a kind of relic from the dawn of time: The fire, or spotted salamander, a colourful inhabitant of German beech forests. Yet still not everything is known regarding this extraordinary animal and his fascinating way of life.
    Impressive footage provides an exciting insight into the hidden life of the spotted salamander, the most prominent representative of amphibians living in Germany. For the very first time, this film documents in detail, the adventurous living conditions of salamander larvae, whose first weeks are more of a race against time, of life or death. No one has ever captured the lives of these rare forest-dwellers in such detail and as compelling as this on film before.

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  • Why Megalodon Went Extinct

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    For more than 10 million years, Megalodon was at the top of its game as the oceans’ apex predator...until 2.6 million years ago, when it went extinct. So, what happened to the largest shark in history?

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  • Mother Polar Bear, Desperate for Food, Tests Walrus | National Geographic

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    A thin mother polar bear roaming with her critically hungry cub inspects a resting walrus, on the chance that it's sick or dead, but it's quite capable of defending itself.
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    Travis Wilkinson and his family were on a sailing trip in Norway's Svalbard archipelago, far north of the Arctic Circle. In late July, 2015, they were traveling through Hinlopen Strait, west of the largest island, Spitsbergen—an impossible route some summers, when pack ice blocks passage. But that summer, ice was especially sparse, making hunting harder for polar bears. These apex predators favor waiting at the sea ice’s edge, striking seals as they approach. A few days earlier, the Wilkinson family had been farther north, near the ice. There, bears looked healthy. But the scene just after midnight on July 23 was desperate. Mother and cub were struggling, skin hanging loose. According to Jon Aars, of the Norwegian Polar Institute, the cub, seven or eight months old, was likely to die if its mother didn’t eat soon. She probably wasn’t lactating. Wilkinson saw the bear sniff the air, picking up something of interest. This thin female couldn’t attack a healthy, full-grown walrus. A carcass would solve their problem. If the walrus were weak or sick, predation might be an option. But that walrus was alive and well. The situation was unworkable. The search for food went on.

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  • Cocos Island - The mysterious island in the Pacific

    23:08

    Coconut Island protrudes from the Pacific Ocean as the peak of a lone volcano, far off the Costa Rican coast. At the end of the 18th century, the English author Robert Louis Stevenson is said to have received the inspiration for his novel „Treasure Island“ here.

    The tiny island comprises just 25 sqm² and is covered by an impenetrable jungle. Numerous streams, waterfalls and gorges epitomise the world‘s largest uninhabited rain forest island. Due to its isolation, unique flora and fauna have developed here. Today, as a national park and world natural heritage, the island is closely supervised by park rangers.

    The outstanding underwater world surrounding the island abounds with marine fauna of every description. Hardly any other destination is as well-known for its countless large fish varieties, especially hammerhead, reef and offshore sharks. The film‘s author submerged to depths up to 400 meters on board the „Deep Sea“, a modern research submarine. During the dive, he ucceeded in shooting material of rare deep sea fish and shark species, which have never before been sighted near Coconut Island.

  • Great White and Oceanic Whitetip Sharks: Photographing Top Ocean Predators | Nat Geo Live

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    Dive into the ocean depths with legendary underwater photojournalist and National Geographic explorer Brian Skerry as he shares recent photographs and stories about one of the most fascinating and threatened creatures on the planet: the shark.
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  • Ice Killers - Arctic Cold Predators

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    Ice Killers - Arctic Cold Predators (Nature Wildlife Documentary)

    Documentary examining the icy killers of the arctic. Predators stalk their prey for survival. Polar Bears, Wolves, Coyotes, Killer Whales, Walrus', and other killers of the cold.

  • Be a Predator - Wild Life Documentary

    49:42

    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

    Poles

    Mirages are shaping over the immaculate ice shelf. Close up shot of a bear inhaling the frozen air. From the bear’s point of view, we understand that… he is smelling a seal. This odour is that of a young ringed seal hidden under a thin layer of snow. A few steps and paw swipes to clear the animal and uncover a young ringed seal snack. Under the ice shelf, protected from bears by several meters of frozen ice, belugas- the white whales- are hunting halibut. In their tridimensional environment, individuals can communicate the good hunting spots while kilometres apart. The chattering of these ghost hunters is continuous. At the South Pole, leopard seals hunt in silence. But they are nonetheless excellent tacticians. Their hunt is based on their excellent sight, experience and a perfect knowledge of their prey’s calendar. When do the parent penguins go off to feed at sea, when do they return, when are the young going to take their first bath and where exactly will they get into the water? The answers to these questions are all part of the leopard seal’s hunting culture. We follow his adventures under the surface of ice-covered bays. When his hunting season comes to an end at fall, the Northern spring wakes the polar bear which goes off to hunt. Our year in the lives of Pole predators comes to a close.

    Author(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Director(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Year : 2006
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions
    Distributor(s) : Saint Thomas Productions

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  • Isolating With Wild Polar Bears | Real Wild

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    The polar bear is the biggest land predator. Imagine being marooned on an Arctic island, with the highest density of polar bears anywhere on the planet. Two men are willing to do just that. This is a tale of survival against the odds.

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  • The Deadly Predators Of South Australia | Real Wild

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    A detective story which traces the remarkable alliance between South Australia‚ poisonous plants and its native marsupials. The film reveals how this delicate relationship, which has evolved over millions of years, has been threatened by the introduction of European mammals, like the fox and rabbit. We discover how, in turn, these poisonous plants have ensured the survival of a host of strange marsupials - woylies, burrowing bettongs, bandicoots and quokkas - which would otherwise have become extinct.

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  • Wildlife Russia Siberia - Endless War of Wild Predators

    47:17

    According to the data furnished in the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation as of 1997 there were 266 mammal species and 780 bird species under protection.Some of the threatened plant species are the Siberian cedar pine Korean cedar pine in the far eastern part of the country wild chestnut in the Caucasus. In the Russian Far East the mammals reported are brown bears Eurasian lynx and red deer Amur tigers Amur leopards and Asiatic black bears. There are also about 350 bird species and 30 percent of all endangered species in Russia are found here which include 48 unique endangered species. Carnivores under threat include the Siberian tiger numbered at 400 and the Amur leopard of which only 30 remained as of 2017.

    The wildlife of Russia inhabits... terrain that extends across 12 time zones and from the tundra region in the far north to the Caucasus Mountains and prairies in the south including temperate forests which cover 70% of the country's territory. Russia's forests comprise 22% of the forest in the world as well as 33% of all temperate forest in the world.

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  • Polar Bears 101 | Nat Geo Wild

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    How do polar bears survive their Arctic habitat? Is climate change affecting their population? Learn how polar bears have adapted to life on top of the world.
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  • Polar Bear Fearless Hunter and Top Predator of the Arctic Documentary

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  • Wildlife Russia - Secret Life Predators | Forest

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    The wildlife of Russia inhabits... terrain that extends across 12 time zones and from the tundra region in the far north to the Caucasus Mountains and prairies in the south including temperate forests which cover 70% of the country's territory. Russia's forests comprise 22% of the forest in the world as well as 33% of all temperate forest in the world.

    According to the data furnished in the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation as of 1997 there were 266 mammal species and 780 bird species under protection.Some of the threatened plant species are the Siberian cedar pine Korean cedar pine in the far eastern part of the country wild chestnut in the Caucasus. In the Russian Far East the mammals reported are brown bears Eurasian lynx and red deer Amur tigers Amur leopards and Asiatic black bears. There are also about 350 bird species and 30 percent of all endangered species in Russia are found here which include 48 unique endangered species. Carnivores under threat include the Siberian tiger numbered at 400 and the Amur leopard of which only 30 remained as of 2017.

  • Secret Life of Predators Wet

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    I HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THE MAKING OR ANYTHING OF THIS OR OTHER NAT GEO VIDEOS! I ONLY POSTED THEM FOR PPL TO ENJOY. I'M NOT THE NARRATOR, NOR DID I DO ANY FILMING. YEESH.

  • Cute But Deadly Weasel | Animal Attacks | Love Nature

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    Casey Anderson wandered across a Stoat or Ermine in Montana after it had killed a much larger cottontail rabbit. Who knew such a cute little animal could be so deadly??

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  • 2017 Arctic Documentary HD - Wild Animals Ice Killers Arctic Cold Predators

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    We always have to keep in mind that a Documentary, after all, can tell lies and it can tell lies because it lays claim to a form of veracity which fiction doesn't. Some of the documentaries are made just to discredit some particular person, party, organization, system etc, but most of them here on TDF are non biased, without prejudice and worth watching.

  • Ice Cold Hunters | Animal Armory

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    Acting as camouflage, the arctic fox's fur changes color with the seasons—allowing it to successfully hunt year-round.
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    This high-impact limited series reveals animals using their natural weapons and skills to dominate and win the brutal battle for survival. Watch as wildlife prevail with the use of teeth and claws, camouflage, venom and even spit to overcome prey and defend against attacks. Only the strongest will survive, win the right to mate, and ensure the continuance of their bloodline.

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  • Natures Perfect Predators- Mountain Lion

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    Think killer cats only hunt in Africa? This predator can run 35 mph and leap over 30 feet. Start respecting the king of the mountain.

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    Mountain Gorillas (AMAZING IMAX Nature Documentary) Named Outstanding Film Documentary by the Genesis Awards (the major award for works about animal issues) .

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  • Wild Canada | Coming to CBC Docs

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    Introducing CBC Docs: A channel dedicated to the best of CBC documentaries, featuring full-length episodes of Wild Canada, The Nature of Things, CBC Docs POV, and CBC Short Docs.

    Wild Canada is an epic 5-part series that takes place through time and across the vast scale of the Canadian landscape, revealing the country as it has never been seen before.

    Wild Canada takes an awe-inspiring look at the world around us, shot with ultra-high-definition cameras that capture sweeping panoramas and extraordinary close-ups of Canada’s majestic terrain and diverse species. This is the largest natural history survey of Canada in our generation — filmed across the country, showing animal behaviour never before captured.

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  • Narwhals: The Unicorns of the Sea! | Nat Geo WILD

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    There's a lot of mystery that surrounds narwhals. We here to set the record straight on these fascinating creatures.
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  • The Largest Animal On Earth | Footprints On The Water | Real Wild

    49:31

    Footprints on the Water follows the personal quest of Nan Hauser on her mission to unlock new clues to the behaviour of whales and dolphins.

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  • Predator X - The Mysterious Marine Reptile! / Documentary

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    Unearthed in Svalbard, Norway, a string of islands between Europe and the North Pole, the remains of the mysterious Predator X by Bjorn and May-Liss Funke made scientists realize they had discovered a new ancient species. Named the Pliosaurus funkei, through research into the marine reptile revealed its status as an ocean predator with a huge maw and a set of teeth that rivaled those of a T-Rex. The objective of this documentary is to analyze how, when and where this newly discovered creature lived, and what its prey were.

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    Narrator: Larry G. Jones

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  • Polar bears descend on Alaskan village, causing tourist boom: Part 1

    10:17

    Visitors flock to Kaktovik, Alaska, to see the bears, who are wandering into town because experts say the sea ice they need is disappearing.

  • Invasive Species of Florida Documentary

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    Documentary made by the University of Miami's broadcast journalism program on invasive animal species in Florida. Idea inspired by Evan Aldo.

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  • The fight to save Australias endangered species | Four Corners

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    The fight to save Australia's endangered species.

    Australia boasts a stunning array of unique wildlife. They feature on our coat of arms and they're placed front and centre in our tourism campaigns. But the reality is, many of our native animals are in danger.

    Australia has one of the worst extinction rates on the planet and the problem is growing. There are currently more than 500 animal species under threat.

    Four Corners investigates how Australia has found itself in the midst of an extinction crisis.

    There is heated debate over who is responsible and what lengths governments should go to, to save these threatened species.

    Four Corners goes into the field with leading scientists and conservation volunteers to document first hand the fight to save these wild creatures. Our camera captures precious pictures of some of these endangered animals.

    With money in short supply, many rescue efforts are reliant on volunteers and crowdfunding.

    Ecologists say these species are just as priceless as a work of art and should be protected in the same way.

    They warn that species extinction will have consequences for us all.

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    PROF. DAVID LINDENMAYER, Ecologist, Australian National University
    SUSSAN LEY, Federal Environment Minister
    DR BRONWYN FANCOURT, Ecologist, University of New England
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    STEVE MEACHER, Friends of Leadbeater’s Possum
    ROSS HAMPTON, Australian Forest Products Association
    PROF. JOHN WOINARSKI, Conservation Biologist, Charles Darwin University
    SARAH REES, My Environment
    DANIEL ANDREWS, Victorian Premier
    DR DEJAN STOJANOVIC, Conservation Biologist, Australian National University
    DR ROBERT CLEMENS, Migratory shorebird expert
    JUDITH HOYLE, BirdLife Australia

  • Diving below the Antarctic Ice Sheet with No Escape | Seven Worlds, One Planet | BBC Earth

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    The Seven Worlds, One Planet crew dived beneath the surface of the Antarctic ice sheet with only a tiny bore hole for escape. Discover the wonders they found in the frozen seas.
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    Millions of years ago incredible forces ripped apart the Earth’s crust creating seven extraordinary continents. Seven Worlds, One Planet, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, will reveal how each distinct continent has shaped the unique animal life found there.

    Welcome to BBC EARTH! The world is an amazing place full of stories, beauty and natural wonder. Here you'll find 50 years worth of entertaining and thought-provoking natural history content. Dramatic, rare, and exclusive, nature doesn't get more exciting than this.

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