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What are the best Nature documentaries on YouTube?

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  1. 1Life After the Dinosaur Age

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    Embark on a fantastic journey with the palaeontologist Richard Smith that will explain how the mammals started to evolve after the Jurassic Period when the dinosaur got extinct.


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  1. 2Amazing Animals Hidden Deep in the Jungle

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    With this documentary, you can learn about the most amazing and surprising animals that live inside the jungle. Lizards that can walk on water, spider monkeys, chameleons and their odd and surprising ways to survive and face living among all the predators and dangers that they can find in the deep jungle.


  2. 3How The Sahara Desert Was Made

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    Discover how one of the most enigmatic deserts in the world: The Sahara, was created. Known as the hottest place on Earth, there are sea fossils that are key hints that reveal that the Sahara was once a sea, and human remains and ancient settlements that tells us the turbulent and mysterious past of this place.

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  1. 4Europe's Wild Islands

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    Discover the new islands that are emerging near the Portuguese island of the Azores. These geological new landscapes have a fascinating clue on the behaviour of birds and how they help nature to grow and develop creating new jungle forests and fascinating places to explore.

  2. 5Reef Life of the Andaman

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    "Reef Life of the Andaman" is a documentary that focuses on the fascinating and marvellous life on the ocean and the sea of Thailand and Myanmar. Discover the impressive seascapes and the marine flora and fauna of this fantastic reef.

  3. 6Tasmania - Paradise at the End of the World

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    Tasmania is the Island at the End of The World. Part of the Australian continent it is almost an unknown paradise that includes a surprising diversity of animals and forests like for example the famous Tasmanian devil.

  4. 7The Cove

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    The Cove is a 2009 award-winning documentary film directed by Louie Psihoyos, starring Richard O'Barry, Louie Psihoyos, and Hardy Jones. It exposes animal cruelty in a cove near Taijii, Japan with the help of a renowned dolphin trainer.

  5. 8Blackfish

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    Blackfish is a documentary film about the killer whale named Tilikum and the captivity of killer whales. The documentary is directed and written by Gabriela Cowperthwaite and was first released in October 2013.

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    November 6, 2017
    "I thought this was a very interesting documentary. I learned a lot watching it for a school project and I saw parts of the world I have never before. This is a topic that is very hard to find information on, which I learned when I was trying to do a college term paper. But this video helped give me a great launching off point. I only wish it was longer. That would have made the paper a lot easier to write!"
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    Reef Life of the Andaman
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    Anonymous
    October 2, 2017
    "Tasmania is a place I'd like to visit (bucket list), from it's history of a prison colony to it's natural wonders. Too many think of Tasmania's big brother Australia and think of only the Tasmanian Devil, when there is so much more to see and learn. Although the video is long, it's worth a watch, you might learn something that attracts you."
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    Tasmania - Paradise at the End of the World
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    October 2, 2017
    "I am not sure this is a nature documentary as much as a disosaur/island documentry. I did like the fact that they covered dinosaurs since it is a cool subject but when I look for nature I think of birds, tigers, etc. That being said I did like knowing about how they did incorporate some nature in it by discussing Tasmania forests."
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    Life After the Dinosaur Age
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    Anonymous
    October 2, 2017
    "I love nature documentaries! I'm adding this one to my watch later list! I skimmed through the video and saw awesome shots of mammals and insects! Perfect blend. There are so many documentaries sometimes its hard to find one you know will be worth watching."
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    Amazing Animals Hidden Deep in the Jungle
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    Anonymous
    October 2, 2017
    "Although the channel uploads really nice videos of the Nature it is not well known. It has only 11K subscribers with a total of just a bot over 1M views on ALL videos TOTAL. You can easily find Discovery Channel videos with that views on just ONE video."
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    Europe's Wild Islands
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    Anonymous
    October 2, 2017
    "How The Sahara Desert Was Made is a documentary on the Science YouTube channel. It's a really interesting, and also entertaining, video that anyone who likes science or nature will enjoy. Or just anyone who enjoys learning."
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    How The Sahara Desert Was Made
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    Anonymous
    September 28, 2018
    "This is an awesome documentary that tells the tale of tyranny that is happening in seaworld parks it's about time those monsters get exposed for what they're doing to these killer whales and other sea animals :("
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    Blackfish
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    September 28, 2018
    "Wow.. this is one of the most gripping nature documentaries i have ever seen o.o i just watched this a few hours ago and i already know it's one of my favorites truly"
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    The Cove
This list is about What are the best Nature documentaries on YouTube
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Life After the Dinosaur Age Movies 11 Free
2Amazing Animals Hidden Deep in the Jungle Movies 6 Free
3How The Sahara Desert Was Made Movies 6 Paid
4Europe's Wild Islands Movies 6 Free
5Reef Life of the Andaman Movies 3 Free
6Tasmania - Paradise at the End of the World Movies 1 Free
7The CoveMovies 0 Paid
8BlackfishMovies -2 Paid
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