Best Wildlife and Nature DocumentariesAgroSpider Which is the best documentary about nature and wildlife?
The Top Ten
Yes you are right. This documentary covers it all. Its the most amazing and spectacular documentary I have ever watched. The way they have filmed is breathtaking and awesome. In this documentary, you can see the full majesty of nature and God's glorious and magnificent creatures.
The Planet earth is one of the best animal documentaries that can't be filmed again!
First of its kind... With revolutionary camera and advanced filming techniques...
It really delivers what nature is all about. Bravo!
Stunning photography, breath-taking scenes and the best narrator there has ever been for programmes of this nature, Sir David Attenbrough
Inspired me as a young child to become greater than myself
No one will ever show you wildlife like Steve Irwin with The Crocodile Hunter Documentary - AgroSpider
So thankful that Steve Irwin is up there with David Attenborough. He deserves to be!
Its awesome, just watch out you will fill with passion & love for animals.
The way they brought the dinosaurs back to life is breathtaking! - roblist
Irwin died on this.
A stunning movie about a sole lioness which has to fend for herself and her three cubs. The movie includes breath-taking scenes and had me reaching for my tissues during several scenes.
SHould easily be top 5
I saw this, liked it, it was sad how the cub broke his back though :( - PeeledBanana
Scary and fascinating doco about bugs and creepy crawlys that predate on each other in the most weird and violent and sometimes hilarious ways in the undergrowth.
This was fantastic! Great shot of all types of insects and arachnids, just what I like to see. I would recommend this to any invert lover.
Welcome to the ultimate wildlife sanctuary.
Welcome to Prehistoric Park!
Countryfile covers enviromental issiues, the British farm industry and of course the British countryside.
Life on Earth is Sir David Attenborough's first instalment of the Life series, produced after he had a decade-long break from documentary making while he was head of BBC2. Although many of his more recent works are on this list, I feel none do him justice the way this one does.
Hands down the best
Really why is this way down on the list? I have never watched a better filmed documentary quite like this one!
Steve Backshall is a legend for life.
Deadly pole to pole and deadly 60 and Backshall's big adventures are out of this world.
He makes animal facts fun for kids.
He is also pretty good at dancing(he went on strictly).
He is very funny too.