Our Planet | Forests | FULL EPISODE | Netflix Scarica

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  • 17 apr 2020

  • 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: Examine the fragile interdependence that exists between forests' wide variety of residents, including bald eagles, hunting dogs and Siberian tigers. For more information about Forests please visit https://www.ourplanet.com/en/video/ho... Download free educational resources at https://www.ourplanet.com/en/schools-... US Rating: TV-PG. Parental guidance suggested. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/29qBUt7 About Netflix: Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with over 167 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. Our Planet | Forests | FULL EPISODE | Netflix https://youtube.com/Netflix

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  • Wick
    Wick 5 mesi fa

    Sir David Attenborough's voice brings life to any documentary.

  • K-LOVE Sa
    K-LOVE Sa 1 giorno fa

    Someone have to tell me how this documentary is shoot

  • Alter Ego
    Alter Ego 1 giorno fa

    TLDR: we need a nuclear accident in Madagascar.

  • Manoj Kumar
    Manoj Kumar 2 mesi fa

    I almost cried when I heard "an animal so rare, .. it's mythical".

  • ojeda5577
    ojeda5577 1 giorno fa

    these cameras are incredible and these images of these animals are breathtaking

  • Ameera Rashid
    Ameera Rashid 5 mesi fa (modificato)

    Can anybody talk about the fact that this video is so much informative instead of being shocked that Netflix uploaded free videos ...

  • cool whip
    cool whip 2 settimane fa

    Am I the only one who is interested to know how they shoot this documentary

  • utrozvezda
    utrozvezda 1 settimana fa

    “There are less than 600 of them” no bro i’m not crying my eyes are sweating.

  • Suk Mike Hok
    Suk Mike Hok 3 mesi fa

    Less than 600 syberian tigers left is more shocking than the fact that Netflix uploaded this for free

  • Auto Matic
    Auto Matic 2 mesi fa

    Sir David Attenborough is everyone’s grandpa we all love his stories.

  • namehidden forsafety

    48 minutes of high resolution wallpaper

  • Andreas Ersson
    Andreas Ersson 4 giorni fa

    Sir David Attenborough could narrate anything and I would listen

  • JULIANNE DEGIOVINE
    JULIANNE DEGIOVINE 2 giorni fa

    Can we all state the fact that the man narrating this can put me to sleep?👀

  • Vibha B
    Vibha B 2 mesi fa (modificato)

    Thank you YouTube and Netflix; I forgot about everything about the pandemic for about 40 minutes

  • ojeda5577
    ojeda5577 1 giorno fa

    34:28

  • JOBANDEEP SINGH
    JOBANDEEP SINGH 5 mesi fa

    This Doc is even better than most of the oscar-winning movies.

  • farmerallis
    farmerallis 3 mesi fa

    Take home point: humans are more toxic than nuclear fallout.

  • Acro
    Acro 3 settimane fa

    "A society grows great when old people plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in"

  • chetan kumar Ghodke

    I salute all the photographers for the wonderful job they have done. The soothing voice of David is just the best complement to this awesome documentary. I sincerely believe all should watch this video, and only on the big TV screen, not ipad or mobile phone. After watching for a couple of minutes, one feels that one is actually not watching but present at the spot. David takes us from the Siberian forests to the Western Ghats of India to the forests of Madagascar. Wow, such a vast canvas in such a short span of less than an hour. At 17.15, David mentions that it is 700 degrees celsius? How is that possible? May be there is an error in the narration...

  • SaladAss 75
    SaladAss 75 3 mesi fa

    We as humans destroyed so much nature it’s just sad to see man