We’ve got a whole host of new shows and documentaries for you this week on the Love Nature streaming app. Join activists in the soaring treetops of Texas with Above All Else, dive under the waves with Dolphin Army, get lost in the land of fire and ice in Nordic Wild, discover an almost extra-terrestrial realm in Moray Eels: Alien Empire or immerse yourself in one of SlowTV experiences at the Bay of Fundy, or with the dozens of ‘awww’ inducing alpaca on a beautiful farm in Shamarra New Zealand in Babies: Mix—Part 11. Whatever you fancy, we’ve got something for all animal enthusiasts, now streaming on Love Nature. Why not check it out today.
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Above All Else
An entire family’s future hangs in the balance as the Keystone XL oil pipeline threatens to cross through their land. What begins as one man’s stand against greed, corporate bullying and property rights abuse, soon becomes a rallying cry for environmentalists and climate protesters nationwide.
Fast and efficient, an ocean legion over 3,000 members strong is on the move. Using advanced underwater filming technology, Peter Lamberti and his team are able to record one of the fastest predators in the ocean: the common dolphin. Follow a small herd of female dolphins as they battle against shark threats, raise their young calves and journey towards the greatest feeding opportunity in the ocean.
Nordic Wild—Eps. 1
This is one of Europe’s last great wildernesses, Scandinavia is a realm of epic contrasts, where ancient mountains meet lush forest and the land is torn by both ice and fire. As the bitter Arctic winter loosens its grip, Scandinavia’s animals emerge and the young explore their new home. Nordic Wild follows the lives of Nordic animals in stunning HD as they battle against the elements.