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 5 new nature documentaries just for you. So sit back, flick on Love Nature and start watching:

Aliens of the Deep 

696038Dive in to the deep and investigate the most fascinating creature in the ocean: the octopus. With three hearts, nine brains, eight arms and no skeleton, discover the physiological and neurological wonders of these tentacled extra-terrestrials.

Norin’s Ark: All She Needs is Love
Norin Chai’s latest expedition takes him to the Indonesian island of Sumatra to operate on an adult tigress’ injured paw and examine an orangutan with a potentially contagious respiratory infection. If both procedures are successful, these animals can both be released from captivity.

Norin’s Ark: Double Trap in the Savannah

1796780Follow Norin Chai as he travels to the Karongwe Reserve in South Africa to assist with some critical surgical procedures. Without warning, Norin finds himself rushing out into the field in order to save the lives of animals that have been caught in snares and traps set by unscrupulous poachers.

Cosmic Journeys: The Riddle of

Particle physicists working to unlock the secret relationship between matter and antimatter may yet discover an incredible source of energy that could allow us to travel beyond our own galaxy.

Underwater: Bahamas HD—Part 1

Photo by Tomas Kotouc / Shutterstock
Photo by Tomas Kotouc / Shutterstock

Nature Scenes are an immersive, 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 Bahamas.

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