David Attenborough Documentaries
In "Climate Change - The Facts" British wildlife educator and documentary filmmaker Sir David Attenborough investigates some of the science behind climate change. The film focuses on what effects greenhouse gasses have already had on fragile ecosystems as well as on global wea[...]
A Spy in the Den (2000) is a documentary on lions which was groundbreaking at the time of release due to having used a filming technique which had never been used before. The filmmakers dispatched a covert remote-controlled camera straight into the middle of a Lion pride, the first time that such a[...]
A 1979 series by the BBC in association with Warner Bros., David Attenborough travels the globe to trace the story of the evolution of life on the planet. The series was divided into 13 episodes, each around 55 minutes in duration. This historical important series was the first in Attenborough&rsquo[...]
Plants Behaving Badly, a two-part documentary series hosted by British naturalist David Attenborough looking at the behaviour of two groups of plants. Orchids and carnivorous plants. The show begins by looking at the "mischievous" aspects of orchids, a trait noticed by Charles[...]
How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth? This seemingly simple question is what British naturalist David Attenborough wanted to find out so he decided to make this documentary. Reflecting on a time he can remember back in the 1950's when the world's population was around 2.5 bi[...]
The Private Life of Plants: a 1995 documentary by naturalist David Attenborough who presents a compelling look at the life cycles of plants from across the globe. The time scale plants change on is more suited to be analysed on a weekly to monthly basis and as a result, this was one of the earlier d[...]
The Blue Planet, an epic 8-part nature documentary series hosted by British naturalist David Attenborough exploring the world's oceans. There are many documentaries about oceans but this is probably the ultimate series ever made. It is 17-year-old now, but the quality of the cinemat[...]
David Attenborough takes us into the wilderness of North America in this 2015 documentary "Mountain Lions: Big Cats in High Places" to reveal the true nature of the continents big cat. The film follows two families of Mountain Lions set on the fabulous backdrop of the Rocky Mo[...]
The Queens Green Planet, a new 2018 documentary exploring Queen Elizabeth II's endeavours to plant a network of forests across the commonwealth. The film is hosted by David Attenborough, who has dedicated his life to educating the world about the importance of preserving nature, adv[...]
Ever wondered how bird eggs work? Well, just the man to educate us on this topic is David Attenborough in this 2018 documentary titled "Attenborough's Wonder of Eggs". Being a naturalist David is passionate about birds and their eggs. They incubate new life protecting[...]
"Galapagos with David Attenborough", a three-part series written by naturalist David Attenborough which explores the history of the Galálpagos Islands. The series is also known as "Galapagos 3D", however, the one on Dailymotion is the 2D version.
In David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities: Series 4, British naturalist Sir David Attenborough look's at some of the weird and wonderful anomalies in the evolution of nature.
Prolific British naturalist Sir David Attenborough takes us to the final frontiers of Earth in Frozen Planet; the Arctic and Antarctic in this 2011 documentary series produced by the BBC. While the north and south poles of Earth are incredibly inhospitable places, they are full of[...]
In the 2013 documentary series "Africa" David Attenborough explores the vast array of wildlife and habitats of across the great continent of Africa. Episode 1 Kalahari - David explores the deserts of south-west Africa which is home to white meercats and huge black Rhinos. With almost no[...]
Mammals make up some of the most adaptive species on the planet thanks to evolution over the course of millions of years since before the extinction of the Dinosaurs 66 million years ago. The documentary The Rise Of The Mammals presented by the dedicated naturalist and educator S[...]
Naturalist Sir David Attenborough is back to investigate a remarkable 200 million-year-old fossil of a giant sea dragon found off the coast of Britain. Using state of the art technology and CGI David brings the story of the fossilised ichthyosaur out of the rock and shows us what[...]
This documentary is the latest in a series by the great naturalist Sir David Attenborough following Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur and Attenborough And The Giant Elephant. While in the giant Dinosaur and giant Elephant are massive an ant is tiny, but as a gro[...]
World renowned English naturalist David Attenborough uncovers the story of one of the most famous animals of all time; Jumbo. This African elephant arrived at London Zoo in 1865 as a part of a ploy to bring exciting new creatures to the park which would inspire the masses, they exceed[...]
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A collection of David Attenborough documentaries.