Published on September 12th, 20112
Life is a wonderful nature documentary series created by BBC, initially shown as a segment of BBC’s Darwin on BBC One as well as BBC HD. The TV series provides world-wide look at the extreme environment in which all living things have learned to adapt to be able to survive. This is what Charles Darwin called “survival of the fittest” The entire documentary series was filmed in high definition and took filmmakers 4 years to complete.
BBC’s Life is made up of ten amazing 50-minute episodes. The initial episode offers a general introduction for the series, rediscovering plants, and the the rest concentrate on the primary animal groups. Filmmakers strive to exhibit common attributes that have led to the prosperity of each group, and also to document passionate and remarkable moments within the lives of the particular species picked for their charm and their unusual behaviors.
While BBC’s “Planet Earth” provide audiences with a feeling of wonderment as well as amazement at the planet all of us live in, Life not only brings up equivalent feelings about the incredible colors, shapes, colors and behaviors with all the different living creatures in this world, but it also gives a feeling of pride, a pride which we are part of life.
Also watch BBC: Planet Earth
Watch Life Documentary (playlist 5 hours) – Turn off the lights