In this amusing and entertaining clip from the BBC's Life of Mammals, David Attenborough looks at the life of a sloth. The sloth has adapted to the lack of nutrition in its diet of leaves by hanging around not doing very much at all. We even get to see one moving at high speed! Watch more high quality videos on the BBC Earth YouTube channel here: *******www.youtube****/BBCEarth and visit *******www.BBCEarth**** for all the latest natural history exclusives and fantastic new wildlife videos.
On the marshes of Northern Argentina, Sir David Attenborough presents the birth of one of the largest snakes on the planet, the Anaconda. Brilliant wildlife video from Sir David Attenborough's natural history masterpiece, Life in Cold Blood.
David Attenborough looks at macaroni penguins and there nesting habits. With such small oasis of land used and thousands of penguins per colony. These cute little yellow plumed birds are reputed to be the angriest of all the penguins! From the BBC.
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David Attenborough presents the amazing lyre bird, which mimics the calls of other birds - and chainsaws and camera shutters - in this video clip from The Life of Birds. This clever creature is one of the most impressive and funny in nature, with unbelievable sounds to match the beautiful pictures. From the BBC.
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Track: Vampirotoothus (Vampire Squid Mix) Artist: Tuffonix. Taken from the album Octarine.
Inspired by the wonderful Vampirotoothus Infernalis from BBC Planet Earth. I love the sense of movement of this amazing creature, so much personality!
The song contains samples of David Attenborough's narration from the "Ocean Deep" episode of Planet Earth.
"No vestige of light can penetrate as far as this."
"Vampirotoothus, the vampire squid from hell."
"To see what it does, we must switch off the lights. The vampire squid has lights of his own."
"Bioluminescent bacteria shine from pockets on its arms, to confuse its predators."
"Vampirotoothus disappears into the blackness."
A huge THANK YOU to David Attenborough for 50+ years of amazing programs and total dedication to the natural world!
Also contains video clips from the "The Deep" episode of Blue Planet.
All BBC Life footage is copyright BBC Worldwide 2001-2007.
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Available on DVD April 01, 2008. Celebrate Earth Day with some of the most spectacular and informative programs about our planet from the world’s most renowned producer of natural history documentaries – the BBC Natural History Unit. Taking viewers on amazing explorations of every aspect of our world and its most fascinating plants and wildlife, The BBC Natural History Collection: Featuring Planet Earth, Echo and Other Elephants, and David Attenborough: Wildlife.
Amazing! Bird sounds from the lyre bird - David Attenborough - BBC
David Attenborough presents the amazing lyre bird, which mimics the calls of other birds - and chainsaws and camera shutters - in this video clip from The Life of Birds. This clever creature is one of the most impressive and funny in nature, with unbelievable sounds to match the beautiful pictures. This is live animal photography at its very best!
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A clip from David Attenborough's The Life of Mammals. A very aptly put conclusion by attenborough explores the limit of the mind of primates, and our future. The suggestion he makes in the end is one that I think should be taken to heart.
What are the reasons for pollution on nature? Naturalist David Attenborough sees any human use of the earth as desecration and blames it on Genesis. But is that true? What does the Bible say? Find out on Learn2Discern! Distributed by Tubemogul.
This clip features Sir Attenborough (at 45 years old) in New Guinea looking for a tribe. Building a suspension bridge is essential on the journey.
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