2:00 min - What A Wonderful World With David Attenborough -- BBC One [FULL HD]

BBC: Attenborough's Wonderful World (HD) - I see trees so green, red roses too, I see them bloom for me and you. And I think to myself what a wonderful world.

The lyrebird can mimic a camera shutter, a chainsaw, monkeys, and 20 other species of birds it hears in the forest. This is truly spectacular; you should watch the video, about halfway through the video is when it gets good.

5 Birds With Abilities That Put Superheroes to Shame

Bird sounds from the lyre bird - David Attenborough - BBC wildlife. If I saw this video without the Inimitable David Attenborough in it, I'd assume it was faked. Lyrebirds are AMAZING mimics!

an adaptation of Louis Armstrong’s classic “What a Wonderful World”, read by Attenborough to scenes of nature at its most breathtaking

Sir David Attenborough Narrates Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World” to Glorious Glimpses of Nature

David Attenborough - Wonderful World - BBC - YouTube

an adaptation of Louis Armstrong’s classic “What a Wonderful World”, read by Attenborough to scenes of nature at its most breathtaking

David Attenborough narrates a night out clubbing in viral parody video

Cassetteboy vs David Attenborough David Attenborough narrates a typical British night out.

Nautilus - David Attenborough: 'Nautilus swim in a see-saw motion generated by "jet propulsion." They alternately pull   water into the mantle cavity within the shell and blow it out the muscular siphon beneath the   tentacles.  By directing the jet of water with the flexible siphon, the nautilus can swim forward,   backward or sideways' by waquarium.org #Marine_Biology #Nautilus #David_Attenborough #waquarium

Nautilus - David Attenborough: 'Nautilus swim in a see-saw motion generated by "jet propulsion." >>This is fascinating - see not only the Nautilus, but also an octopus changing into its disguise!

David Attenboroughs Paradise Birds | Season 1 Episode 1 | David Attenborough learns about the remarkable story of how ‘birds from paradise’ have captivated explorers, naturalists, artists, filmmakers and royalty throughout the years.

Season Episode 1 David Attenborough learns about the remarkable story of how ‘birds from paradise’ have captivated explorers, naturalists, artists, filmma.

In this amusing and entertaining clip from the BBC's Life of Mammals, David Attenborough looks at the life of a sloth. The sloth has adapted to the lack of nutrition in its diet of leaves by hanging around not doing very much at all.

British animal enthusiast David Attenborough tries to scare a sloth then watches it poop. Sloth acts like total bro and is cool with it.

David Attenborough - First Life/S01E01 - First Life/"Arrival" sees Attenborough tackle the subject of the origin of life on Earth. He investigates the evidence from the earliest fossils, which suggest that complex animals first appeared in the oceans around 500 million years ago, an event known as the Cambrian Explosion. (58:49)

"Arrival" First Life sees Attenborough tackle the subject of the origin of life on Earth. He investigates the evidence from the earliest fossils, which .

Cicadas are awakening 4 years early. It’s not a sign of the apocalypse but a scientific mystery. - Vox

Cicadas are awakening 4 years early. It’s not a sign of the apocalypse but a scientific mystery.

Amazing Cicada life cycle - Sir David Attenboroughs Life in the Undergrowth - BBC wildlife. Corresponds to lesson in Flying Creatures of the Fifth Day textbook.

Björk Biophilia app intro narrated by David Attenborough #Motion #Music #App http://www.fastcocreate.com/1679622/bj-rk-on-collaboration-vision-her-new-york-residency-and-all-things-biophilia

Björk On Collaboration, Vision, Her New York Residency, And All Things “Biophilia”

How the fig tree strangles other plants for survival in the rainforest - David Attenborough - BBC wildlife - YouTube

How the fig tree strangles other plants for survival in the rainforest - David Attenborough - BBC wildlife - YouTube

Hungry Venus – 10 Things On How to Care for a Venus Fly Trap | hubpages

Hungry Venus – 10 Things On How to Care for a Venus Fly Trap

Use with Plants that Eat Animals book for grade: Venus fly trap - The Private Life of Plants - David Attenborough - BBC wildlife

Planet Cornwall with Sir David Attenborough

Wildlife documentary legend Sir David Attenborough visits the land of Cornwall to find out more about it's inhabitants.

David Attenborough  Origin of Life, Arrival HD   BBC Documentary   Anima...

David Attenborough Origin of Life, Arrival HD BBC Documentary Animals

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