Nature

In the competitive struggle for survival, less powerful animals have developed an ingenious array of strategies to find and kill their targets. Traps, lures and lies may be the best-known tricks to man, but are also skilfully employed by creatures in the animal kingdom. With weapons of deception, animals can disarm and entice prey to their death. Perhaps the oldest weapons employed by animals are projectiles, evolving their own versions of poison-tipped harpoons, chemical missiles and high-powered bullets.

This episode explores the insidious nature of chemical warfare employed by many animals. All manner of snakes, spiders, lizards and marine life have developed venoms, either as weapons of attack or defense.

A Beautiful Documentary in English by Harun Yahya titled "Biomimetics Technology Imitates Nature"
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How solar eruptions could threaten our society.
Watch in 1080p as massive solar eruptions take aim at our high-tech society. 93 million miles away... an angry sun vents its rage. Dark regions, called sunspots, appeared unexpectedly on its surface... a sign of rising tension within. It had been three and a half years since the sun last erupted in fury...at the peak of an 11-year cycle of solar flare-ups.

Wild at heart: Rebecca Hosking and her father, Roger, on their farm.

It is five times hotter than the sun and turns sand to glass in an instant. It can shoot 80 kilometres up above storm clouds. And it may even have provided the original spark that created life itself. This pacy, stylish documentary reveals the full power of lightning, why it is so dangerous, and what scientists are doing to protect us.

As of its release in early 2007, Planet Earth is quite simply the greatest nature/wildlife series ever produced.

Earthlings is an eye-opening documentary about humanities many mischiefs (animal cruelty) on planet earth. Sometimes the recordings of a few hidden cameras is all that is needed to say a thousand words, and in this case also experience a thousand emotions. Each and every one of us are earthlings. We share this world with millions of other species, and yet we tend to abuse and damage them mercilessly, not realizing that we are completely dependent on other earthlings.

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