The Most Dramatic Moments from the Natural World | BBC Earth

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Published 2022-07-26
From outnumbered lions to death defying impalas, the natural world isn't short of tense moments...

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All Comments (21)
  • Can we take a minute to appreciate David Attenborough, his voice, and his contribution to wildlife. We won't have him forever. ❤
  • Luke King
    The fear in that lions face then the affection after being saved was incredible
  • Wendie
    Loved how that mama buffalo fought off a pack of wolves, saved her child, and even picked up someone else's kid before breaking out. That's some superhero level battle moves.
  • Mr.Scootini
    I’m always bewildered on how these guys capture such incredible and interesting situations.
  • Globalist Juice
    I'd like to give recognition to the videographers who with stealth while mastering the intricacies of their equipment, captured these and many other incredible moments of nature!👍
  • David Gordon
    That is awesome how Tati saved Red from an almost certain mauling by the pesky hyenas. The bonds formed by packs of lions ( as well as other pack animals, is one of a kind ).
  • James McFarland
    Dude, the lion coming to rescue his homie and the way he showed appreciation was awesome.
  • Pyretta Blaze
    Such a beautiful moment when that other lion came in to help his cousin from being mauled alive! To see them cuddle and bond~Truly Amazing footage with a heartwarming ending.❤
  • Never mind the incredible wildlife action, to be able to film it all in such a way that you feel part of the action, so close by that you forget someone was actually there to shoot this!? Amazing, thank you!
  • CALESCE
    mad props to the team that filmed and produced these fantastic documentaries what a spectacular capture of wildlife. this production team needs an award.
  • Steven Pristoop
    David Attenborough will forever be the greatest narrator of all time!!!
  • I love how lions show affection to family and friends. It’s the opposite of their predator side. Same with wild dogs too!
  • I cant stop thinking of how extremely difficult it is to record these moments in real time... the camera work is exquisite!
  • Pontificate Rebal
    Red, fighting off the hyenas, then being saved by his bro, was the most magnificent piece of footage. Amazing!
  • Alana Tolstad
    There aren't enough praise-ful words for those amazing wildlife photographers...wow!
  • binky tube
    I feel sated to have watched all of these episodes. The iguana/snakes episode has to be the most amazing footage ever caught! Thank you for this compilation, BBC.
  • Hans Bass
    Im so proud of the mother buffalo and her calf escaping ,little calf so smart and charming,mother so brave and protective even protecting another found calf.
  • Tony G
    I never get sick of watching that lion save his cousin from those hyenas.
  • No One Star
    Amazing that the videographers were able to capture such incredibly intimate, visually "telling" shots. Understanding the dilemma and "story" to what they capture is pretty important, too. Obviously.
  • Dan Mimis
    That iguana vs snakes thing is -- if no CGI or otherwise doctored images involved -- one of the most dramatic survival scene ever recorded. Kudos to BBC❗