From brightly-plumed parrots to adorable baby beasts, onto the stunning coral reefs of Central America—we’ve got something for everyone this week, new on the Love Nature streaming app. Dive into nature like never before with the following shows.
NEW THIS WEEK
Twenty Masterpieces of Nature: Iguaçu
The Iguaçu National Park in Brazil has the richest biodiversity in all of South America. See toucans and parrots display their brightly coloured plumage while playful and mischievous coati rummage for tasty treats.
Twenty Masterpieces of Nature: Plitvice
Plitvice Lakes National Park lies in the mountainous heart of Croatia where crystal clear flowing waters feed magnificent lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Park researchers and scientists have the difficult task of keeping the water system free of any contaminants for the sake of the rich biodiversity of animal life that depends on these pristine waters.
Zoo Juniors: 103
It’s still early going for the young zoo juniors, but they are gradually beginning to explore their surroundings. Being extremely curious, but always cautious of their new surroundings, these young animals are discovering the larger world around them, one small step at a time.
Zoo Juniors: 104
As much as the zookeepers at the Berlin Zoo would like to keep all their baby animals outdoors in the most natural habitat available, for some, it’s simply not practical. Due to their wild, unpredictable instincts, some may be hazard to visitors or to the animals themselves unless they are closely monitored within the safety of an indoor enclosure.
Underwater: Belize—Part 3
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 coral reefs and marine wildlife in Belize.
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