If you’re looking for something to watch, may we recommend a wildlife-centric documentary? We’ve compiled a list of some of the best documentaries to watch over this weekend.
Here’s the list of must-watch wildlife documentaries and films:
The Ivory Game
A deeply moving and dramatic documentary, this series showcases a band of heroic figures who put in their efforts to infiltrate the infamous global network of ivory trafficking and protect Africa’s wild elephants from greedy poachers.
Cities: Nature’s New Wild
Cities: Nature’s New Wild is a brilliant new wildlife series from the BBC, shining a light on the way humans are negatively affecting the environment.
In this stunning wildlife series, discover the amazing ways that animals worldwide are changing their behaviour to better live in cities.
Focused on the fight to safeguard the world’s last mountain gorillas in Virunga National Park located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, this series tells the story of the dedicated park rangers entrusted with protecting the continent’s most precious natural park and its endangered animals especially gorilla population from both poachers as well as armed militia.
Night on Earth
This series will make you a fan of nature documentaries as you will witness the hidden lives of the world’s creatures, from bats on the wing to lions on the hunt.
Check out the trailer that’d definitely give you goosebumps:
Narrated by Samira Wiley and drenched in a different kind of light, “Night on Earth” gives each creature the equal opportunity to fill the frame.