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    Good Animal Documentaries?

    I am a fan of animal documentaries. I loved all of the Planet Earth ones. I am always looking for some new ones to enjoy when I have free time late at night. Can anyone recommend some good ones I can watch online? You don't have to send links, I know in some cases it isn't exactly "legal". I can look into it myself. I just want some titles.

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    Blue World and Blue Planet are supposed to be good, but I haven't checked them out myself since the ocean gets a big "hell no" from me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
    Blue World and Blue Planet are supposed to be good, but I haven't checked them out myself since the ocean gets a big "hell no" from me.
    I believe I did watch Blue Planet, I am not sure about Blue World. I will check into it. I think part of the reason I watch anything related to ocean documentaries is because of the fear factor for me. I am scared of large depths and freaky looking creatures so it is like watching a horror film for me. lol

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    I absolutely loved the Planet Earth and Blue Planet series. I'd watch them and even fall asleep to them. More recently though there is a new movie on netflix that I've been curious about for a couple weeks now. Cats the Mewvie. Could be good, could be bad. Haven't been able to convince myself to watch it yet.
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    Blue Planet and Planet Earth are two of the few things the BBC has done that I give half a damn about. They're pretty well made. Beyond those, I can't recommend much as I don't tend to watch many animal documentaries. (It's usually crime mysteries, serial killers or other nasty crap that satisfies my degenerate mind.)

    If I want to learn about a particular animal, insect, or whatever, I just find something on YouTube.

    Of course, National Geographic does some good stuff.



    If you want a current-day simulation of the Spartans vs. the Persians, that's it above.

    Also, not a documentary but occasionally I watch videos like the below one. These types of videos started in Japan, originally known as Japanese Bug Fights. They're not for everyone. Although the videos aren't a good representation of a death battle in the bugs' natural habitats, it still gives you a half-decent idea of which bugs kick the most ass.



    For mantises, even reptiles are on the menu.

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    In terms of offense-oriented animals I think scorpions are my favorite. They're like the worst part of lobsters, bees, and spiders rolled into one animal. They've got a stinger, claws, venom, and eight legs.
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