Natural Phenomenon Documentaries

The Day the Wave Came

The Day the Wave Came gives a detailed account of the magnitude and destruction of a tsunami using the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami as its backdrop.

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The Secret World of Plants

This film is about the only living beings that can replenish our atmosphere with oxygen. All other living beings depend on them.

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Naughty by Nature: Sex and the Jungle

In Pure Nature Specials: Naughty by Nature (Sex and the Jungle) filmmakers bring together a wide variety of research into the sex lives of wild animals.

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Extreme Cave Diving

Dr. Kenny Broad and his team of divers plunge in to explore the mysterious blue holes of the Bahamas. It is believed that these underwater time capsules formed during the last ice age, the salt water is trapped without oxygen under fresh water in these deep underwater caves.

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Known Universe: The Most Explosive

The Most Explosive things in the Universe.  This documentary reads like a love letter to the Big Bang theory. All the pyrotechnics out there should count their lucky blessings that the Universe began with such a bang.

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Richard Hammond’s Invisible Worlds

Speed Limits Richard Hammond explores the extraordinary wonders of the world of detail hidden in the blink of an eye. The human eye takes about fifty milliseconds to blink.

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Japan Tsunami: The Survivors’ Stories

Six months on from one of the world’s most devastating tsunamis, Panorama returns to Japan to hear remarkable tales of survival amid the epic destruction.

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Hunt for the Supertwister

Tornadoes are classified on the Fujita scale, or F-scale. Most tornadoes that occur around the world can be classified on the lower reaches of the scale – the F0s, F1s or F2s.

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