Mountains (Full Episode) | Hostile Planet

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Published 2020-12-14
The highest mountains on Earth are home to snow leopards, golden eagles, mountain goats, barnacle goslings and gelada monkeys. But only the toughest can endure the extreme weather, scarce food and limited oxygen on these peaks. Using new technology to showcase never-before-filmed animal behavior, Hostile Planet provides unique access to one of the most extreme environments on the planet.

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All Comments (21)
  • What is one thing you learned about mountains from this episode of Hostile Planet?
  • Brxan
    I was genuinely glad to see the snow leopard was ok after that hunt. That fall was an insane thing to witness & looked incredible on camera of course but it must've hurt really bad. This was a great documentary.
  • Cricket Passion
    This is some premium level stuff . Hats of camera men , hats off editors , hats off the narrator for providing us with a such feisty mountain life documentary . ❤
  • Bob Davis
    I am 67 years old, and yet, with all of the animal and nature documentaries I have seen - and they're many, this is one of the greatest ever. This super cat never gave up. Our intrepid snow leopard finally found his prey, his food and his lovely lassie...and to top it all off, a new family to share life, love, hardship and adventure in the mountains on top of the world 🌍!
  • Vibhas V NAIK
    I am not sure what I am more impressed by. The visuals or the efforts put in by the Nat geo team to capture these visuals or the animals themselves which find a way to survive in such hostile conditions. It's truly awe-inspiring!
  • Mohammed Shafeeq
    This episode deserves some awards 🥰. Fantastic hardwork. All the best for the team behinds this Vedio
  • Live Deliciously
    The Snow Leopard hunting that goat is one of the best wildlife scenes I've ever seen. All of this was incredible.
  • FixxxeR208
    That fall of snow leopard was insane. And not letting go. Such resilience. What a machine
  • Mariana P.M
    I greatly enjoyed watching every scene of the film. It has a lot to teach us about the wildlife in such a rocky, remote area with so severe weather conditions.Personally I knew nothing about barnacle geese and was stunned to learn they could hatch on upon such high cliffs, one would normally expect to see vultures and eagles
  • Boris Stein
    snow leopard footage is absolutly insane, what an incredible creature, this whole episode is a true gem, a delight for all nature lovers, many thanks🙏
  • Kristina Spralja
    This was fascinating and very inspiring to watch! I've learned so much! The snow leopard is going to be my new teacher of tenacity and resilience in hard times.
  • Rishabh Kothari
    this is so beautifully edited, the sound design, the shots, what a pleasure to watch. thank you for this experience
  • Kenny
    The Snow Leopard was just stunning. I have always been a cat lover, especially big cats and their power. This one in the film shows just how powerful these cats are.
  • [K]
    only 8 minutes have passed and we are already on an emotional rollercoaster
  • hedkace
    What an absolutely amazing place we are very lucky to be a part of. This was so spectacular and emotional to watch.
    To all the brave people who had a part in this, THANK YOU!
  • Seeing the human condition through this "survival of the fittest" lens. . . motivating and inspiring in our lock down and depressed times. . .now we need the producer and director to explain on film how this was made, how long did it take, what scientists were consulted, what kind of cameras or drones used when and how, what high tech used, that would be equal in interest to viewers.
  • werner caspary
    This National Geographic documentary deserves a few Oscars.
    How did the chicks and the snow leopard survived those high altitude falls. Are these animals made of steel ? 🤔
    Impressive video.
    Greetings from Germany...🍺🖐
  • Kanishk Gupta
    The greatest visuals ever recorded. Hats off to every person behind the making who were there when animals are searching for prey because they can also be hunted down and on the top, they are facing the same climatic conditions as these animals are and survived, that in itself is an achievement.
  • Ashok Seshadri
    Fantastic sounds and background score. Insane videography and editing. The team responsible should be given all the available awards for documentaries (if not already given). One of the best I've ever seen. Bravo!
  • 10:00 I felt so sorry for this cute bird that felt from so high and though he might lost his life but happy to see that he survived and see how the mother is trying so hard to protect the cute kid....amazing. God Bless Everyone.