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5 Eco Films You Need To Watch Right Now

You probably think you know quite a bit about our planet, but the truth is, you really don’t.

These five films will blow your mind (which is such a cliche phrase, but totally applies in this case).

Check it:


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This BBC documentary is a long one to be sure, but definitely worth the time to sit down and take an adventure around our planet. Narrated by an epic cast including Patrick Stewart, James Earl Jones, and Ken Watanabe, ‘Earth’ is one documentary to remember.


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March of The Penguins

Follow the annual journey of Emperor Penguins to their breeding grounds. Watch as they march –literally in single file– through the ice mountains of Antarctica, braving the strong winds and gales of the unforgiving tundra to reach their yearly destination.


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From writer/producer David Attenborough (Life on Earth, Frozen Planet) comes a thrilling adventure that takes us across the planet to discover unique ecosystems of an encompassing variety of wildlife.


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Human Planet

A meaningful insight into the history of human life on Earth. Narrated by John Hurt (1984, V for Vendetta).


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Planet Earth

A 5-year long production, and also the most expensive eco-documentary created by the BBC, ‘Planet Earth’ is an 11-episode long, High Definition roller coaster that visits a new biome/habitat each episode. Narrated by David Attenborough and Sigourney Weaver.

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