This week we’re excited to present a whole host of new shows airing on our exclusive video streaming app. So why not take a wander across pristine moorland, head out on a choppy oceanic voyage with the founding members of Greenpeace, or join a team of elite biologists on a mission to penetrate the dangerous underwater caves of Botswana’s Okavango Delta—all now streaming on Love Nature.
New Shows this Week
See breathtaking aerial views from above the marshes, ponds and rivers that flow across a pristine landscape known as Germany’s Naturpark Südheide wildlife reserve. Let us take you deep into the meadows and woodlands to witness the spectacular mosaic of life that resides within this wild paradise.
This is the history of Greenpeace as told by the founding members who put their own lives on the line for the cause. Discover how a small band of activists became the most renowned and audacious environmental organisation in the world.
Icons of the Wild: The Predators of Africa
As cruel as it may seem, carnivores that prey on Africa’s antelopes, wildebeest and zebra are all part of the natural balance of life. Keeping the population of these massive grazing herds in check enables countless other affected species to flourish and prosper.
Crocodiles in Dark Waters
Join a crack squad of biologists who’ve been tasked with penetrating the underwater caves of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. In order to protect the croc’s population, these biologists will need to come face to face with these fierce predators.
Babies: Mix—Part 6
Nature Scenes are an immersive, ultra HD, Slow TV viewing experience—unencumbered by words—showing our world at its most beautiful. One hour comprised of a variety of baby animals eating, sleeping and playing around. Watch as baby cape fox, wildebeest and dozens of antelopes enjoy life in beautiful South Africa.
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