Television National Geographic: Great Migrations (2010)

I should have thought of this before. Studying with a nature documentaries in the background is great. Occasionally I can look up and see something amazing, but then go right back to studying. It's almost like a visual form of classical music. I don't really need to pay attention, and the ambient noise can be quite soothing. I suppose that's why I watched March of the Penguins the other day.

It's been a while since I've watched these nature programs.

I guess death is natural to show in a nature documentary.

There were various interesting things.

Note: I started watching the first episode "Born to Move" at midnight, but fell asleep partway through. The four episodes were "Born to Move," "Need to Breed," "Race to Survive," and "Feast or Famine." Though I didn't exactly notice the themes.

Moments That Caught My Attention:
Mother zebra chases baby cheetah away.
Elephant seals fighting. Blood spill. Poke in the eye. Man... that's brutal.
Walrus swimming lesson.

Watched 20101127 (Netflix, Instant)
National Geographic: Great Migration (2010)

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