Our Nature: Call of the Wild Documentary (2019)
This documentary takes a look at well-known species and studies their peculiarities, revealing interesting but little-known facts about them. It explores the ecosystems located around the equator to help us understand the great diversity amongst species.
This film also alerts us of the fact that several of the animals shown are endangered due to poaching and could soon become extinct. It then highlights the importance of the survival of these creatures for us.
I enjoyed watching the section about the parrots in the documentary as it included wholesome facts about them. For example, did you know that parrots commit themselves to a life-long relationship with their partner and when one dies, the other dies of lovesickness shortly after?
Overall, I found this documentary really captivating as I learnt a lot of new facts about animals that I thought I already knew quite well.
Aimy Durand, Year 11