Nature’s ingenuity can take many forms. From the highly complex and deadly neurotoxins that reside within a snake’s fangs, to the humble sparrow’s stealthy integration into complex cityscapes—the natural world always finds a way to make the best out of any given situation. It has to, else it simply wouldn’t survive.
At Love Nature, we too are always striving for inventive ways to show off the amazing cleverness and speciality of nature. That’s why this week we’re excited to to present a whole host of new shows airing on our exclusive video streaming app. Journey down into the deepest ocean depths or soar above earth with a bird’s eye view across the planet’s most famous cities—dive into nature like never before with these amazing new titles.
NEW SHOWS THIS WEEK
Sea of Creepy Monsters
Dive to the murky depths of the ocean floor deep beneath Indonesia’s Lembeh Strait, where marine biologists are discovering never-before-seen aquatic species. Meet these diverse, predatory underwater monsters as they are revealed to the world for the first time.
Vicious Beauties—The Secret World of Jellyfish
Watching the graceful movement of these gelatinous animals is almost hypnotic. Although their bodies are 98% water, jellyfish are deceptively clever and dangerous. But where do these primordial creatures come from? How do they reproduce and how long do they live?
When Snakes Bite
Since ancient history, snakes have been both feared and revered. The venom in their fangs may be highly toxic, but can also be used to create life-saving anti-venom. Follow the researchers who risk their lives to study this lethal predator.
The sparrow may seem inconspicuous to most city folk, but they are also a very curious and clever species. Travel to Cairo, Moscow, New York and Paris and see how this industrious little bird has integrated itself into urban landscapes around the world.
Nature Scenes are an immersive, ultra HD, Slow TV viewing experience—unencumbered by words—showing our world at its most beautiful. One hour of uninterrupted reefs and marine wildlife in the Roatan, Honduras.
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