Nature’s Epic Journeys (PBS) Rated TV-PG

Every year, millions of animals take epic journeys to reach their destinations. Starring Nigel Barber, Liz Bonnin, and Saba Douglas-Hamilton.

This documentary highlights the journey that animals take for food, shelter, water, and to reproduce. It brilliantly showcases these animals in survival mode, trying to survive another day while the elements and other animals create setbacks. It’s educational, but it also tugs on your heartstrings. The footage used, of course, is from other documentaries. It’s a good show, and it tells us a little about how different animals cope with the challenge of survival. This show is worth a watch. 

 

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