Articles Tagged 'Natural History'

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10 Wildlife Clips That Prove How Smart Animals Can Be

Inspired by the BBC America original program The Hunt, which premiered on July 3, we took a look at wild animals battling it out in their natural habitats in this earlier Anglophenia post. Coming out on top of the food change definitely takes quick thinking. You can watch the first episode of The Hunt right here […]

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12 Suspenseful Animal Battles You Must Watch

BBC America has an original program on the way, The Hunt, premiering on July 3 at 9/8c. The natural history docuseries is narrated by Sir David Attenborough, examining the hunters and those being hunted in wildlife. The below clip gives you an idea of what to expect: The seven-part series documents the contest between predator and prey, […]


Brit Binge Watching: Five Nature Docs You Can Stream Online Now

With Earth Day coming up next Tuesday (April 22), here are a few natural history docs to help you appreciate all the beauty our Earth has to offer! 1. Joanna Lumley’s Nile Watch as Joanna Lumley travels the entire length of the Nile river from it’s mouth at Alexandria to its source in the Rwandan mountains. […]

Summer of London: Five Earth and Natural History Series on iTunes

Have you ever come across a documentary on the telly and an hour later you felt much, much smarter? It’s almost like, “How did I not know this before!? I’d like to learn more about what happens when a star explodes.” Not that you’re going to start lecturing at the nearest university, but you’ve definitely […]

‘Human Planet’ Now Available for DVD/Blu-ray Pre-order in the States

As Björk once wisely said, “If you ever get close to a human or human behavior, you better get ready to get confused.” BBC Earth’s latest natural history series, Human Planet, will do for us bewildering humans what Planet Earth and Life did for wildlife, demystifying our species by showing how we adapt to extreme […]