Nature

Find every post made about nature on Work Lizard here, from animal related documentaries to environmental awareness focused on preserving our natural world.
Magic of the Mountains is a nature documentary exploring the wildlife and nature in the Alps. The film presents the fascinating world of the high mountains with all their diverse flora and fauna and the living conditions throughout the seasons.
They cannot tolerate sunlight and some of them are even blind, but termites remain one of the world's most ingenious builders in the animal kingdom. Join in, as we explore the termites and their home in this 52-minute long documentary.
Wat Pa Luangta Bua is a monastery of meditation about 200 kilometers west of Bangkok, Thailand. Here, silence, peace, monks with tigers and harmony reign. Take a walk with the tigers and the monks as we explore the lifestyle in their Buddhistic temple.
Journey to Bohemia at the heart of Europe. Here lies a hidden mosaic of lakes and gently flowing rivers, of misty forests and mysterious peat bogs. Bohemia: A Year in the Wetlands documents each natural season passing in this majestic place, and takes an intimate look at the animals inhabiting it.
Walking with Beasts is an epic documentary series which takes a look at the animals and nature of the Cenozoic era, a time stretching back from 66 million years ago until present day. Some of the concepts it illustrates are the evolution of whales, horses, and humans.
Walking with Monsters: Life Before Dinosaurs takes a look at the Paleozoic, an era on earth existing between 541 to 252 million years ago. Through visual art and re-enactment, the documentary brings renewed life to extinct arthropods, fish, amphibians, synapsids, and reptiles.
Filmed in 1993, The Tides of Kirawira explores the animal life in the Grumeti river in Kirawira, Serengeti Tanzania. It shows how the river plays a direct part in the Tanzanian animal kingdom's way of behaviour throughout the each natural season.
Created in 1995 by Greg Grainger, Wildest Africa sets out to explore the wildlife and nature of the Africa. Experience a bit older, slower paced, nature documentary focused on the African animal kingdom and the eternal struggle to survive.
A human is an extraordinarily intelligent, loud voiced, enterprising and in a high degree gregarious monkey. The Human Animal studies the pattern of one of the most interesting animal species on planet Earth - ourselves, the human.
Arabian Inferno is a five-part nature documentary series detailing the rich animal and plant life in the Arabian peninsula. It offers a vivid peek into the region's desert life, and although scorching heat is king and death looms at every turn, the natural world continues to flourish.