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[–]pretty_pathetic 4 points5 points ago

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[–]onononon 3 points4 points ago

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YES.

[–]toasthaste 3 points4 points ago

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I really enjoyed basically all of Planet Earth but you've probably seen that.

I also liked National Geographic: Eternal Enemies: Lions and Hyenas. The name is silly but there's not as many hyena documentaries as there should be and that one's on Netflix.

[–]talkingraccoon 3 points4 points ago

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is planet earth depressing? like, nature can be real shitty and depressing sometimes.

[–]toasthaste 3 points4 points ago

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There's so much of it that it's hard to remember if anything stands out like that. I don't think it's any more depressing than the average nature documentary, maybe a little less even. The bit with the fungus that controls ants' brains is a bit disturbing but I wouldn't call it depressing.

[–]trimalchio 1 point2 points ago

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not really, they make sure to occasionally show like "yeah this animal is gonna die" because its real life but they generally don't get into it.

[–]talkingraccoon 2 points3 points ago

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