We're going BIG with IMAX, all September on Love Nature

We’ve got a treat for you this September on Love Nature: stunning ultra-High Definition IMAX documentaries, and lots of them: ANTARCTICA Antartica takes you to a continent beyond imagination. Discover a new world and learn of Antarctica’s wildlife in a way never before possible.  The film creates a sensation of truly being there—a remarkable film … Continued

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7 of the strangest plants found among the fishes

We often think of dry land as the domain of plants, which inhabit nearly every terrestrial part of the globe, including habitats as diverse as tropical rainforests, northern tundra and scorching deserts. Less well known, however, are the plants that colonised the ocean sometime after the evolution of land plants 450 million years ago. Unlike … Continued

Slave, Partner, Pest or God: What do we see in Asian elephants?

In a well-known Buddhist parable, a group of blind men are introduced to an elephant. Each man touches one part of the elephant’s body, getting acquainted with the trunk, leg or tail, but none of them gains an understanding of the animal as a whole.    In the same way, examining a single facet of … Continued

Have you met nature's greatest Olympians?

Olympic athletes have to go through a lot. They train seven days a week, every week for years on end, pushing their body past its limits time and time again, all so that—every four years—they can compete against their peers for a chance to become ‘the best’ in the world. But what if they had to compete for Gold … Continued

Just how big can animals grow?

If you were to take a walk through North America a mere 10,000 years ago, there would have been an awful lot more animals with you on their menu. From giant sloths to short-faced bears, to perhaps even the 9ft-long (three metre) sabertooth salmon. If we think of big animals now, then our imagination takes … Continued

The odd, the weird and the utterly unbelievable

Space travel and the search for extraterrestrial beings is all well and good, but really, we have all the amazing and awe-inspiring alien-like lifeforms that anyone could possible dream up right here on Earth. Especially in the wet bits. I challenge anyone to watch the mind-bending documentary Fish Life – The Odd, The Weird and … Continued

9 awesome aspects of wild Namibia

Namibia’s Namib Desert is one of the oldest on the planet, arid for at least the last 55 millions years or so. During this time a rather incredible array of life has evolved to cope with the dry conditions. And a great wealth of these adapted animals and plants are endemic, meaning they’re not found … Continued

Tiger shark on the hunt

Tiger sharks are known to devour just about anything they can get their jaws on. Their list of edibles include fish, jellyfish, cephalopods, mollusks, sea snakes, dolphins, sea turtles, dugongs, seals, sea birds, rays and even other sharks! They are also known to scavenge on dead whales, or attack and eat injured whales. Tiger sharks … Continued

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7 fascinating facts about sharks

Sharks have roamed our planet’s oceans for more than 400 million years. Because of their size, strength, and toothy jaws, these evolutionary marvels have earned the reputation of ruthless, bloodthirsty predators. But this narrow-minded view of sharks has threatened their future. There’s a lot more to sharks than meets the eye, and with 27 distinct … Continued

You won't believe what these frogs can do

Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… a frog?! Certain species of frog, such as the Gliding tree frog or Wallace’s Flying Frog, have the incredible ability of flight. Approximately 3400 species of frog are able to leap and soar from tree to tree. One of the first people to … Continued

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Meet the Ryan Gosling of the forest

The male Temminck’s Tragopan pheasant has an incredible mating display, which has earned him the title of ‘Ryan Gosling of the forest’. See this pheasant strut his stuff in the clip above. Discover more of nature’s amazing stories on the Love Nature app. Not a subscriber? Sign up now to start your 30-day free trial.

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Why we’ve taken Nature online, ‘On Demand’

As you’ve already probably deduced from the name, at Love Nature we are pretty passionate about the natural world, and about discovering the best ways to communicate our love for wildlife to like-minded enthusiasts right across the Earth. That’s why we decided to launch a video streaming service exclusively focused on nature, the environment, conservation, … Continued

5 fresh new documentaries, now streaming on Love Nature

From the threatened Icelandic Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopuss) to adorable Namib meerkats (Suricata suricatta)—we’ve got a show for all the family this week, new to the Love Nature streaming app. Dive into nature like never before with the following documentaries and nature scenes. ON THE APP Alert, Threatened Species—Eps. 1 The current rate at which wild animals around … Continued

Happy World Sea Turtle Day! Meet the olive ridley sea turtle

As one of seven species of sea turtle, the olive ridley sea turtle is a little on the smaller side in comparison to his cousins. They get their name from the greenish colouring of their shell, which starts out grey when they’re young but grows greener with age. These turtles thrive in the tropical waters … Continued

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Check out these fresh documentaries streaming on Love Nature this month

Take a look at some of the brand new documentaries and nature scenes coming to the Love Nature app this month. Not subscribed to Love Nature? Sign up now to start your free 30-day trial.

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Sea of creepy ice monsters

Oceans cover more than two thirds of the world surface and contain a staggering 99% of the living space on our planet. It’s no surprise then that scientists are still turning up strange and unexpected creatures. We’ve all heard about the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle and the strange adaptations of the Deep Sea, but what … Continued

This week we’ve got you covered with 5 amazing new natural history docs

So it’s a rainy, blustery start to the week. The grind’s only just begun yet all you want to do is get through the day, get home and flop down on the couch to watch something interesting about the wild world—currently blowing a gale just outside your window. Well you’re in luck, as we’ve got … Continued