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Round Planet - Season 1 Episode 8 - Great Apes

The great apes, not to be confused with monkeys, have opposable thumbs, complex social politics and other "phenomenally humanlike" qualities.

Genre: Documentary , Comedy

Director:

Country: UK

Episode: 7/9 eps

Duration: NA

Quality: HD

Release: 2016

IMDb: 7.9

Season 1 - Round Planet
2016-07-01
"Armstrong narrates a focus on bears, the largest land predators on Earth which, surprisingly, forage for some of the smallest meals available."
2016-06-30
"In forests, the perfect combination of sunlight and rain "makes trees grow like billy-o." Among these trees, an entire world springs into being."
2016-06-29
"The great apes, not to be confused with monkeys, have opposable thumbs, complex social politics and other "phenomenally humanlike" qualities."
2016-06-28
"Life on islands evolves in isolation from the wider world, and in a manner that is "absolutely potty." Much of this life is weird and wonderful."
2016-06-27
"Penguins, "the natural world's answer to Charlie Chaplin," only have to waddle about to make children -- and Amstrong Wedgewood -- smile."
2016-06-24
"Many of the flora and fauna of Madagascar are found nowhere else on Earth, which is why the island isn't called "Normal-a-gascar.""
2016-06-22
"Most of Earth's animals live in the sea, where they form a "living soup" or a "massive death chowder" in which it's eat or be eaten."
2016-06-21
"Serene as it seems, Yellowstone National Park is more unpredictable than an atom of Radium-226, thanks to the active super volcano below it."
2016-05-16
"Artic creatures aren't bothered by the cold. Rather, they fear the warmth caused by human activity that is setting the 'Earth's freezer' to 'defrost'."