Our Planet | Jungles | FULL EPISODE | Netflix

Our Planet | Jungles | FULL EPISODE | Netflix
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Experience our planet’s natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

In this episode: Jungles and rainforests are home to an incredible variety of species like preening birds, intelligent orangutans and remarkably ambitious ants.

For more about Jungles, please visit https://www.ourplanet.com/en/video/how-to-save-our-jungles

Download free educational resources at https://www.ourplanet.com/en/schools-and-youth

US Rating: TV-PG. Parental guidance suggested.

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Our Planet | Jungles | FULL EPISODE | Netflix


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  1. Balance is everything in this nature. Diseases like COVID are Powerful nice things which puts the checks and balances for Humans as a race. Go Covid Go.

  2. This one & only one superb & sublime nature documentary makes us perceive how intrigued & undiscovered our planet we reside is hands down. It visibly shows us how utterly beautiful, brilliant, captivating, charismatic, fantastic, fabulous, gorgeous, glorious, magnificent, majestic, sensational & spectacular our world is. So let's keep it that way interminably. Moreover, the fact we can watch & admire it on Youtube for free is truly invaluable & priceless. My highest commendation & kudos to them all who participated in this all but ineffable, unbelievable & unsurpassable nature doc.. Hence it is nothing but a masterpiece. Period!! Would anyone comply w/ me? ( 01/24/22 from Tokyo,Japan).

  3. So amazing, stupendous, engrossing & spellbinding that I'm in deference to those people such as cameramen, sound men ( w/ background music ), the rest of the crew members & editors including a producer on this superlative production of the nature documentary. I can't help being very grateful & appreciate it. Thoroughly enjoyed & admired it. Thank you very much indeed,,,,,,From Tokyo. (Jan/24/22)

  4. 😔🙏🕊️gracias no solo por ver este mundo maravilloso de los animales yaprender de ellos😔👍si no también la enseñanza al ser humano 😔🙄🙏🐬que si desaparecen por la lneglijencia del hombre 😔el hombre también desaparesera😔bendiciones🙋💖💯🐄💖🐑💖🦧💖🦍💖🐒💖🦉💖🦅🦜💖🦢💖🦩💖🐋💖🌈🌍🐳

  5. Love this documentary but the world is not millions of years old. Try a little more than six thousand. you ma not believe that but the truth will come eventually

  6. I had to watch this for a class so at first I didn't wanna watch it but even I cant turn down content like this its days like this that help me appreciate life I'm not even mad at my teacher for assigning me a 4 page essay over this anymore which I still I gotta do 😔 great series though we need more content like this and too think that its FREE I thought they slapped a price on everything these days guess not 🤷‍♂

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