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Dehesa - The Secrets of Nature

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  • Dehesa - The Secrets of Nature

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    The southwestern Iberian Peninsula is home to an extraordinary ecosystem known as the Dehesa. Few places in Europe compare in terms of the richness and diversity of nature found here. Here live the fighting bull, the booted eagle, the black Iberian pig, the unicorn beetle… Or the mysterious rabilargo, a type of magpie only living here and in China.

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  • Gentle Giant - Otter’s Paradise in Capercaillie County

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    Compared to its fellow Alpine summits, the Oetscher is not very high: in fact, less than 2,000 meters. But among the gentle slopes of western Lower Austria, it really is a giant, with shoulders broad enough to bear the last of the Alps’ virgin forests. It has the country’s coldest plateau where temperatures fall to -50 degrees, the oldest trees in all of Austria, and its very own Grand Canyon, the “Tormauer”. In making access difficult for human settlers, the gentle giant has succeeded in protecting its primary fauna. The capercaillie – rare in other parts of Europe – still make their home in the coniferous forests, while snow grouse roam above the tree-line. Hawks lie in wait, and otters hunt in the brooks. Even the brown bear has found refuge on the Oetscher’s Mountainsides.

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  • Forest of Fantasies - The Secrets of Nature

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    On Christmas Eve, they say, the animals can talk. Peter Rosegger, one of Austria’s greatest writers, turned this legend into a magical short story about his own childhood in Styria’s Alpine uplands. It’s one of Austria’s most fascinating landscapes: deep, dark forests flanked by steep mountain ridges, gentle meadows reaching up to exposed summits: in limitless shades of just one color: green. Trudging through the snow to join his family for the Christmas Eve service in the valley below, tenyear-old Peter comes face to face with a young fawn in the twilight, and wonders what it could tell about growing up in the forest, with the other animals, through the seasons. This film captures the essence of Rosegger’s story and the subtle and dramatic changes of the Styrian forest throughout the year.

  • Jerte, Wildlife in the Cherry Valley - The Secrets of Nature

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    Jerte, a narrow valley in Extremadura, in southwest Spain, experiences a natural event every spring made unique by its terrain and its small surface: the blossoming of almost two million cherry trees that cover its hillsides with a stunning white mantle and turn the region into the largest exporter of cherries to the European Union.

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  • Iceland, the Newborn Island - The Secrets of Nature

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    The arctic fox, the only autonomous land mammal in Iceland, is one of the species that has been able to adapt to the hard living conditions on this island. A territory that was born from the fire in the heart of the Earth where life has sprouted in the most astonishing way. The fox will guide us through the island’s great biodiversity.

  • Canary Islands - Part I: Life at the Limit - The Secrets of Nature

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    Wind and water transported pioneer seeds, insects and animals to the isolated islands. They created the diversity and distribution of life here, with microclimates like the world’s only surviving temperate cloud forests. Animals and plants evolved unique features to survive in these lands. The result is startling encounters with eccentric birds and with majestic whales!

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  • Oldies But Goldies - The Secrets of Nature

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    Trees reach the greatest age of all living things. They remain rooted to the same spot for hundreds of years. Innumerable animals live on and from old trees. From the coasts of the North Sea to the Alps, the film is a wonderful journey through Germany.

    It portraits the most beautiful veterans in the country e.g. the poisonous yew tree whose seed had germinated even before the birth of Kaiser Friedrich Barbarossa and before Henry I’s ascension to the English throne in the year 1100 or the so called 1000 years old oaks, the closer look revealed them not being any older than 700 years at the most. Some of them were used as court and gallows oaks in former times but luckily have long since gone out of fashion.

    Many of the veterans are close to an end, but each one of them has produced millions of seeds and now their descendents rely on man. It is up to us humans to give those that survive sufficient space and the time to grow old. Maybe 1000 years old.

  • Sun-Seeking Creatures - A Mediterranean World - The Secrets of Nature

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    The Danube, one of the most remarkable rivers in Europe, contains many secrets. Not just underwater, but also along its course through Austria. In one small section of in Lower Austria the body of water has an infl uence on the surrounding landscape, which has even formed its own microclimate. One speaks of so-called heat islands with temperatures that reach nearly Mediterranean levels. Human beings have created a cultural landscape oriented to viticulture over a period of millennia. This is because the warm loess and clay soil promotes the flourishing of grapevines. However, not only crop plants grow there: since primeval times, flora and fauna have settled here that have no rival in Europe. They are all species that live on the slopes of the Danube mainly due to the mild temperatures, and which are often found nowhere else. This documentary follows in the tracks of the widest variety of creatures in the Mediterranean section of the Danube. Among others, the largest lizar, the largest snake in Central Europe, the western green lizard and the Aesculapian snake will be encountered; the audience is invited to take part in the family life of ground squirrels, learn that the heat islands even have their own local species of scorpion, and encounter the praying mantis, the saga pedo or the wasp spider. However, not only the animal kingdom is fascinating. Many fi eld orchids, which are threatened with extinction almost everywhere else, find a final refuge on the slopes of the Wachau Valley. The most colourful European bird, the bee-eater, still broods here in the last remaining colonies. The entire region was named a World Natural and Cultural Heritage Site in 2000.
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  • Lake Wörthersee - Where Man and Nature Meet - The Secrets of Nature

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    Lake Wörthersee in the Austrian state of Carinthia is not only one of the most beautiful lakes in Austria, but also, in the truest sense of the phrase an internationally famous stretch of water.

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  • Lake Constance - Wilderness on the Water

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    No other European destination has as many incoming and out-going flights as Lake Constance: it's the main hub for migratory birds in Western Europe. Over 300 different species pass through every year: that's more than a quarter of a million birds. Lake Constance is so large that, standing on one shore, the Earth's curvature prevents you seeing the opposite bank.

  • Canary Islands - Part II: The World of the Fire Mountains - The Secrets of Nature

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    Part II: The World of the Fire Mountains highlights what it takes to survive in an unforgiving habitat, focusing on the fragile balance of life on the edge, in raw landscapes of spectacular beauty. Here, one lizard was saved from extinction by baby seagulls!

  • Magic of Motion - Nature Tech 1/3 - The Secrets of Nature

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    Most animals, and even a few plants, move. They swim, walk, run or fly in a wide range of ways, and in this program we look at how designers of planes, cars and robots have found inspiration in nature. Geckos, sharks and vultures have inspired innovation and inventions for humans.

  • A Genets Tale - The Secrets of Nature

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    In a hidden corner of the Mediterranean forest three young genet cubs begin to discover the world. The little female will change her fate. Her brave heart wants to discover the surroundings and she leaves her family behind. She will find the most beautiful scenes of this forest, but at the same time a daunting reality is waiting. The common genet is the only genet present in Europe. We can find her in Africa, the Iberian Peninsula and France.

  • Climate Change Bug - The Secrets of Nature

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    For some time now the question of whether or not climate change is taking place has been more or less settled. The issue that remains largely unanswered however is: how will we cope with climate change and what effect will it have on our flora and fauna. Already there are signs that serious ecological and biological changes are taking place, not only far away in exotic regions of the world, but also right on our own doorstep, here in Europe. This documentary seeks to explain broadly which animals and plants are most likely to spread across Central Europe and shows what we could expect running into in a few years' time. One kind of tick, for example, which originally comes from Africa and causes malaria-like symptoms, is becoming more and more common. And this is not the only exotic species that are increasingly surviving the milder winters and proliferating, confronting us with a slow-going, almost hidden change in European wildlife.

  • Greece - Garden of the Gods - The Secrets of Nature

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    Greece, the Ancient Empire, is the residence of the Gods from Artemis to Zeus. A sanctuary of impressive temples, ruins, mystical places of worship and home to a rich fauna and flora. Steeped in legends, this countryside provides the backdrop for the unique natural history of the birthplace of the Olympic Games. This unconventional documentary moves to and from between the world of ideas and natural facts and takes us through the realm of the Gods where hardly known animals live in a breathtaking landscape. Schlamberger combines the magnificent visual imagery of nature-film with a journey into the world of ancient Greek ideology, inviting us on an entertaining stroll through the «Garden of the Gods».

  • Biggest Nose in Borneo - The Secrets of Nature

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    In the mangrove forests of Borneo, having a big nose is the route to success for male proboscis monkeys. It is the highway to a female’s heart.

    A truly successful proboscis, however, also needs a nose for opportunity…

    This story follows the adventures of two male monkeys. Alistair is the
    alpha male, the Big Nose in this forest, with 22 wives. He tries to hang
    onto his empire but Bill, a young upstart, challenges him for his
    kingdom - or at least a few of his females.

    All is thrown into crisis, however, with the advent of two unforeseen disasters. First, a lengthy drought robs the monkeys of food and water, and then foresters arrive intent on turning their forest home into an oil palm plantation.

    Their struggle to survive these twin disasters tests the monkeys like never
    before. It's an ordeal that provides an extraordinary insight into their
    lives, revealing a sharp intelligence and, eventually, an ability to adapt
    to a changing world.

  • Prince of the Alps - The Secrets of Nature

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    The red deer is he biggest and the most common species in Central Europe. It's still there because of its adaptability; when hunters intruded into their habitat and pushed them further back in the forest, the reed deer survived. This film will focus on the difference between the commonly confused red deer and roe and portrays the surrounding animal world of the red deer. It will also show dangers the deer is exposed to due to the reappearance of wolves and bears and an overbearing human presence.

  • Beetles - The Whole Story 6/13 - The Secrets of Nature

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    With more than 3,000 known species around the globe — and who knows how many yet to be discovered — beetles are the most numerous lifeform on earth. Nearly one in every three animal species is a beetle.

    Equal parts aviator, woodworker, sewage disposal, strongman and athlete, the humble beetle is among the greatest survivors the world has ever known. With their hard body armor and endless adaptability to climate and food source, beetles have outlived the dinosaurs and are poised to conquer the 21st century.

    We tell The Whole Story on these amazing arthropods.

  • Frogs - The Whole Story 10/13 - The Secrets of Nature

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    The world of Africa’s frogs is versatile, vibrant, noisy and sometimes bizarre.
    From some of the world’s biggest – weighing as much as a small dog – to fingernail-sized rainforest miniatures, Africa boasts an impressive array of colorful species.

    Unsung heroes of nature, frogs devour mosquitoes and crop pests, and have made a significant contribution to modern medical research. Recently, science has discovered that because they live in two worlds – land and water – their sensitive skin is doubly susceptible to pollution and subtle environmental change. Frogs are actually living barometers of world climate change.

    We tell The Whole Story on these jewels of the natural world.

  • Hunting Buddies - How Dogs Discovered Man - The Secrets of Nature

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    No animal reflects human social changes as much as the dog. For millennia, Dogs have served as mankind’s hunting buddies, vital companions in our struggle for survival. In today’s increasingly civilized world, modern dogs have had to Abandon their first instincts, finding new employment as family members, helping the disabled, diagnosing cancer, or sniffing for drugs. We have forgotten what it actually means to be a dog, a hunter. Hunting Buddies looks back at this part of our cultural history and discovers where dog skills come from, finding out what we have given up and gained as our relationship with dogs has changed. Different hunting dogs are followed in real-life situations seen from dog and human perspective. Each breed emerged from a specific period in hunting history, when each was supremely adapted to the tasks and skills required. Hunting Buddies takes a closer look at dog and man, nature and culture – a cinematic cross-over appealing not just to hunters and dog-lovers but to anyone fascinated by the history and development of humankind.

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  • Crocodiles - The Whole Story 5/13 - The Secrets of Nature

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    Africa's crocodiles face stiff competition for their food. Fortunately for them, they are blessed with an even greater variety of prey. Over millions of years, these two factors have honed them into versatile, opportunistic hunters – master predators from the age of the dinosaurs.

  • The Inner Hebrides - Scotlands Island Paradise | Free Documentary Nature

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    The Inner Hebrides - Scotland's Island Paradise | Nature Documentary

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    The Inner Hebrides surprise with green hills, fine sandy beaches and a mild climate, at least as far as Scottish conditions allow. This is ensured by the currents of the Gulf Stream, as well as the Scottish archipelago being protected by its sister islands, which belong to the Outer Hebrides. More than half of the almost 80 islands are uninhabited. Loneliness has made the people rather inventive.

    On Tiree Island, mathematics, history and physics from the mainland arrive in the classroom per mouseclick. Dr Mauvis Gore and Prof. Rupert Ormond cast off from the island of Mull, after setting a course to encounter a basking shark. The cetohinus maximus is the world's second largest fish and the two scientists are absolutely convinced that the waters surrounding the Mull constitute the mating grounds for the basking sharks.

    A logistical challenge takes place on the Isle of Easdale each September. Then, around 400 people populate the tiny slate island. Donals Mellon Melville organises the World Skimming Championships, a World Cup in jumping stones. This is all about the distance they are thrown and they must only hop above the water twice.

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  • Extreme! - Light and Dark - The Secrets of Nature

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    Humans prefer moderation - neither too hot nor too cold, neither too light nor too dark. But Earth doesn't cater to our preferences. Our planet offers an abundance of extreme conditions, and people everywhere have had to learn to adapt to their surroundings. EXTREME! - Light and Dark is a journey to the brightest and darkest inhabited areas of the world: places where a cloud hardly ever crosses the sky - or months pass without a single ray of sunlight reaching the ground. How does so much light, or so little, affect the mindset and emotional well-being of the people who live with it? How do they protect themselves? And how do they take advan- tage of their situation? Following the previous episodes of EXTREME!-Valley Deep - Mountain High, Drought to Deluge and Freezer to Furnace- this episode brings to life the brightest and darkest places on Earth in spectacular images.

  • The Material World - Nature Tech 2/3 - The Secrets of Nature

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    Nature invented a whole range of hi-tech materials long before we invented ceramics and plastics. See how a butterfly could change lipsticks, and possibly information technology and how a sequoia can help develop a better bullet-proof vest.

  • The Sava River - The Green Heart of Croatia | Free Documentary Nature

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    The Sava River - The Green Heart of Croatia | Nature Documentary

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    Natural river landscapes have almost completely disappeared in Europe: The major rivers have almost all been transformed into channelled waterways. It is extremely rare to find a union comprising of a river, flooding area and cultivated land, as is the case with the huge Save floodplains of Croatia, where meadows and pastures of around 100.000 hectares have survived the destruction other European river valleys have faced. Here there is a landscape, in which mankind has always lived and secured a living, side by side with water. Flooding is a natural phenomenon in Lonjsko Polie, which determines life and provides a unique diversity of species.

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  • The Life Power - Nature Tech 3/3 - The Secrets of Nature

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    Nature has to be efficient in the way it processes information and uses energy, so when scientists began to look at nature with biomimetic eyes, it's not surprising that they started to see entirely new visions for our future. Inspiration comes from termites -- and even the leaf of a tree!

  • Wild River Rhine | Free Documentary Nature

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    Wild River Rhine | Nature Documentary

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    There is hardly any other river in Germany that is surrounded by as many myths and legends as the river Rhine. No other river has been the topic of songs, has been painted and travelled equally frequently.
    Despite this it still seems to be true today what the French poet Victor Hugo once said about this river – the Rhine is a river everybody talks about, nobody explores, everybody visits but no one really knows. It is the second longest river in Central and Western Europe after the Danube. Medieval castles, important industrial sites and lush vineyards - this is what river Rhine is famous for.
    This river however is much more than what man had made it. Even though man has settled next to the river and the stream has been used as means of transportation for thousands of years, it's banks still host a stunning variety of wildlife habitats. Alluvial forests, roaring waterfalls, steep canyons and sunny slopes flank the river along its some 1230km. The variety of habitats is the reason for the large biodiversity along the stream.

    The film follows the water against the stream. Starting at its delta in the Netherlands it runs through six countries until its place of origin in the Swiss Alps. This film about the Rhine is unique because of its focus on the Fauna and Flora that exists alongside the stream. Beavers and Seals, Capricorns and Lizards, Wild boar and White-throated dipper are among the animal stars of this film.

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  • Lake Neusiedl Expedition though the Reeds

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    The blood-red sphere of the sun sinks beneath the horizon, and the calls of waterbirds and raptors cut through the twilight. This is the westernmost point of the Orient, Austria’s only steppe lake. Just two meters deep, Lake Neusiedl is surrounded by an immense reed jungle – a world in miniature where humans instantly lose their orientation. Deer thrive among the reeds. Along with acrocephalus warblers and nonagria moths, they find hiding places and plenty of food here. Natural salt ponds, miles-long sandbars and tumbleweed that was exported to the Wild West complete the picture of this unique place.

  • Oahu - The Heart and Soul of Hawaii | Free Documentary Nature

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    Oahu - The Heart and Soul of Hawaii | Nature Documentary

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    Oahu island is the economic and cultural centre of the Hawaiian archipelago, as well as being a paradise for surfers, active holidaymakers and freedom lovers. The island is home to more than half of all natives and almost eight million foreign guests annually. Anyone searching for peace and seclusion won’t find either in Honolulu or Waikiki. Traffic congestion and a backdrop of skyscrapers belong to the town panorama. Hip cafes, galleries and young fashion firms have settled here, adding a new and modern flair to the capital. Cindy’s Lei Shoppe, the Chinatown florists, has been here for more than 30 years. This is also because the so-called Leis, the tradition of floral decoration, usually offered as a flower necklace or as a headdress, is still an important part of Hawaiian culture. Keone Nunes is well-known for his traditional tattooing skills, whereby the so-called Kakau Tattoos are virtually hammered into the skin with a hippo tooth. But Oahu is also an island of overwhelming natural beauty and a fascinating diversity on the smallest of places ...

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  • Wildlife Instincts: The Dangerous & Deadly Journey of the Florida Mullet | Free Documentary Nature

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    Wildlife Instincts - Episode 8: The Dangerous, Deadly Journey of the Florida Mullet

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    Every autumn, Florida’s sun kissed coastline plays host to a magnificent spectacle: Driven by instinct, millions of mullet leave their sheltered freshwater inlets to embark on a journey of epic proportions. The giant swirling mullet mass must endure predatory fish, birds, toxic algal blooms and hurricanes to make it out to the deep ocean to spawn the next generation.

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  • Alpine Meltdown – Just a Few Degrees More - The Secrets of Nature

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    The climate is changing, global temperatures are rising. The impact is already apparent, especially in the mountains - but also in the lowlands. The permafrost zone is movng higher, and the masses of snowmelt sweeping down from the glaciers are increasing year by year. Rivers roar into powerful floods and dwindle to a trickle within minutes. “Alpine Meltdown” takes us to a future world, incorporating the changes that have already occurred and pursuing the question: how will alpine landscapes look – and what animals will they still protect - at the end of the 21st Century?

  • The Strongest | Wild Ones | Episode 1 | Free Documentary Nature

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    Wild Ones - Episode 1: The Strongest | Wildlife Documentary

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    The mighty grizzly bear, the tiny powerful ant, the lunging inimitable crocodile, the
    indestructible rhino beetle, the hammering mantis shrimp. Which is the strongest of them
    all?

    Wild Ones finds inspiration in the rhythms of nature as shown through the wonders of the animal kingdom. It explores different aspects of animal behavior, including hunting techniques and feeding habits, family elationships and defense mechanisms, courtship and mating rituals.

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  • Mauritius - Tropical Paradise in the Indian Ocean | Free Documentary Nature

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    Mauritius - Tropical Paradise in the Indian Ocean | Free Nature Documentary

    The important writer Mark Twain once wrote: Mauritius was created first, then the paradise! Sandy beaches border azure blue bays. The green sugar cane grass sways in the wind as if it were waves in the ocean.

    Spacious tea plantations alternate with beautiful parks. Usually prosperous guests spend their vacation here. But Mauritius is more than just a dream island for the rich and famous. The colonial times are over.

    However, the colourful culture is still marked by the former slaves and Indian immigrants. Dances like the Sega or the various Creole cuisine make a visit on this amazing island an unforgettable experience. The many species of animals also contribute to it.

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  • Greenland - An Icy and Magical World | Free Documentary Nature

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    Greenland - An Icy and Magical World | Nature Documentary

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    Fjords, glaciers and the highest mountains in the Arctic: Greenland's east, with its spectacular nature, is one of the most sparsely populated regions on earth. Here, people live in almost complete seclusion and rely on helicopters for supplies. Despite the harsh conditions, the residents lovingly cultivate their traditions and thoroughly enjoy their leisure time outdoors, even when temperatures sink to minus 20 degrees.

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  • Germanys Wild Birds - Rulers of the Air | Free Documentary Nature

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    Germany's Wild Birds - Rulers of the Air | Wildlife Documentary

    Birds are truly universal and can be found almost everywhere on our planet!
    By monitoring ten interesting bird-watching locations, we document not only the silver herons in the Westerwald, but also the last great bustards in Havelland. Then there are the great crested grebes in their splendid plumages, shown building their nests and during courtship, in an area of extinct volcanoes: the Eiffel.
    Add to this, exotic wild birds and colorful parakeets, the newest members of the population in a park in Wiesbaden. We have resting migratory birds, ducks and waders on the west banks of the Steinhuder Lake.
    On the border to the Netherlands, in the moorlands near Münster, we find the only wild flamingos in Germany. Equally interesting are the fire geese, avocets and many birds of the coastal region not far from Hamburg harbor. At Federsee Lake in Upper Swabia, we observe the inhabitants of the extensive reed zones: bearded tits. Then we have the birds of fortune, the cranes, which interrupt their long journeys by resting on the Baltic coast. Last, but not least, in the Feldberg lake region we accompany the ranger on an exciting sea eagle excursion. With this film, you are invited to experience a journey through the wonderful world of birds.

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  • Magical Moors - A Mysterious World Full of Life | Free Documentary Nature

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    Magical Moors - A Mysterious World Full of Life | Wildlife Documentary

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    Eerie and menacing, yet hauntingly beautiful and highly evocative. The rugged Moor landscape has long fuelled our imagination, inspiring artists and poets, evoking images both terrifying and deeply romantic. It’s a land of contrasts. Wide open heaths, windswept and barren in winter, are transformed into wonderful carpets of white, fluffy cotton grass in summer. Large bears and wolves roam alongside delicately fluttering butterflies, the bubbling calls of black grouse and the enchanting trills of the great snipe.

    Moors, bogs and wetlands can be found all over in Europe. Everyone has at least heard about this habitat but most know little about it. Only 1% of the Middle European wetlands are still untouched. A gigantic amount of carbohydrate is stored inside these wetlands. But knowing about this fact does not stop their destruction. Climate change and global warming are on everyone’s mind – stopping the destruction of moors and wetlands would be one great step towards the reduction of greenhouse gases.
    This film shows the beauty and the magic inside the moors and its message is clear :”Save and protect our last moors and wetlands”

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  • Cascadia - A Place Where Giants Roam | Free Documentary Nature

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    Cascadia - A Place Where Giants Roam | Wildlife Documentary

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    Olympic National Park was founded in 1938 and is located in the western part of the US state of Washington on the Olympic Peninsula. Since 1976 the national park has also been designated as a UNESCO biosphere reserve. In 1981 UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site. Since the national park is located on a remote peninsula, some animal and plant species have developed here that can only be found here in the park. For this reason, the park is a popular research area for biologists and zoologists.

    The national park consists of two separate parts. The coastline is very rugged and often shrouded in fog. Inland, the forest connects directly to the beaches, which often leads to fallen tree trunks lying across the beach. The core area of ​​the park is the mountainous region around the Olympic Mountains, which is covered by many ancient glaciers. To the west of it are temperate rainforest up to the park boundary, here lies the wettest point in the contiguous United States.

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  • Punda the Zebra - The Tale of an Unusual Hero | Free Documentary Nature

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    Punda the Zebra - The Tale of an Unusual Hero | Wildlife Documentary

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    Punda the Zebra tells the story of a little foal, from its birth to the end of the annual great migration. Less than an hour after his birth, he knows how to run. When you are one of the weakest species in the Savannah, it’s a question of survival. Little Punda discovers the herd and the essential skill of learning to recognise his mother in the middle of a jungle of stripes. We follow him on one of the largest migrations in the animal kingdom.

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  • Climates Children - Drought in Kenya | Giving Nature A Voice | Free Documentary Nature

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    Giving Nature A Voice - Season 2, Episode 6: Climate's Children - Drought in Kenya | Nature Documentary

    The worst drought in decades showed how vulnerable East Africa is to climate change and that people and wildlife will share a similar fate. In the parched northern county of Baringo juvenile elephants were rescued from drying quagmires of mud, endangered giraffes suffered miscarriages, school children had their classes canceled when rainwater tanks ran dry. But despite these challenges people and wildlife sometimes worked together to overcome the crisis.

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  • David Attenborough | Tasmania Weird and Wonderful

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    David Attenborough reveals that the animal inhabitants of this vast wilderness are every bit as extraordinary as they are bizarre. Unearthly calls of the notorious Tasmanian devil echo through the land, but following them over the course of a year reveals a surprisingly gentle side. In the dry east, rare white wallabies graze on the plains and jack jumper ants build huge nests – these venomous ants are amongst the most dangerous on earth. In the west, where it can rain nearly every day of the year, caves light up with the magical spectacle of thousands of glow-worms, and the trees are 100-metre towering monsters. Rivers are home to the peculiar platypus, and world’s largest freshwater invertebrate, the Tasmanian giant lobster. Miniature penguins come ashore to breed, and as winter approaches, the southern lights dance in the sky. Tasmania’s isolation and unique climate has created a world that is as weird as it is wonderful.

  • Masters of Disguise | Animal Armory | Episode 3 | Free Documentary Nature

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    Animal Armory - Episode 3: Masters of Disguise | Animal Documentary

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    In the animal kingdom, the ability to hide amongst your surroundings and be unseen not only affords you safety from predators but can also make you a deadly hunter. In the African savannah, Zebra graze on grasses they seemingly disappear into. In the Madagascan jungles, Chameleon change the color of their skin to suit the trees they climb. In the warm tropics, Mantis blend in amongst the foliage as they hunt their prey. The Octopus becomes one with the great barrier reef with apparent supernatural ability. Polar Bear and the Arctic Fox disappear in the blinding snow as they scour the arctic tundra. Penguin's play, unseen by predators, in Antarctica and the Snow Leopard rules the mountains of Southeast Asia. Animal Armory takes a closer look at these mighty instruments of destruction and the animals that wield them with absolute precision.

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  • Northern Woods - A Tribute to the Ancient Forests of the North | Free Documentary Nature

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    Northern Woods is a homage and a cultural-historical consideration at the same time. The film portrays the German/Northern European forest and shows its development from primeval to intensively managed forest. It was once inhabited by wild animals such as wolves, bears, eagles, deer and musk ox. Its cultivation was carried out by Celts and Teutons. Today the forest is often a victim of environmental degradation and overexploitation.

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  • Monkey Thieves S2 2/13 - The Secrets of Nature

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    After being banished from their temple home, Bipin and the Galta Gang splinter group struggle to survive in Jaipurs city streets. Just when it looks like they’ve found the perfect place to call home, they get the shock of their lives. A brand new breed of lawman is patrolling the city looking for monkey troublemakers – and he has Bipin and co in his sights.

  • Home Hunters - Monkey Thieves S2 6/13 - The Secrets of Nature

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    Bipin and the Splinter group may have hit the jackpot in the search for a new home when they discover a busy fruit market. Rani and the Galta gang elite think they’ve discovered a new territory too, the central park. But it may not be all it seems. The park is the overlapping territory of two huge gangs. The Galta Gang elite have stumbled into a battleground.

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    This natural, unique, and magical space is known as the Dehesa.
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  • Posibilidades de mejora del suelo de la Dehesa usando microbiología local

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    Vídeo emitido el 11 mar 2021, en el DIA ABIERTO SOBRE MICROBIOLOGÍA Y SALUD DEL SUELO EN DEHESAS Y MONTADOS - Bloque 2 El uso de la microbiología del suelo en Dehesas y Montados

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  • Dehesa - Forest of the Iberian Lynx - Trailer 2021

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    Filmmaker: Joaquín Gutierrez Acha (Oostenrijk, 51 min, 2020)
    Grote herbivoren grazen in het landschap, sluipende Iberische lynxen dwalen rond in de schaduwen, enorme adelaars zweven in de lucht en kleurrijke bloemen verbergen roofdieren. De Dehesa is het best bewaarde geheim van het Iberisch schiereiland.
    Large herbivores graze the landscape, prowling Iberian lynxes roam the shadows, huge eagles soar in the sky, and colorful flowers hide from predators. The Dehesa is the best kept secret of the Iberian Peninsula.

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