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Wombat spills her milk - Nature's Miracle Orphans: Episode 2 - BBC One

Wombat spills her milk - Nature's Miracle Orphans: Episode 2 - BBC One

Sloth falls off table - Nature's Miracle Orphans: Episode 1 - BBC One

Sloth falls off table - Nature's Miracle Orphans: Episode 1 - BBC One

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bbc operation wild on pbs | mezzanine_628.jpg

Echo of the Elephants: Africa's Forgotten Elephants (BBC Natural World 1...

Echo of the Elephants: Africa's Forgotten Elephants (BBC Natural World 1...

An Orca named 'Pickle' - YouTube New Zealander Nathan Pettigrew and a wild orca named Pickle have been gliding across the crystal clear waters of Welcome Bay in Tauranga for years.

An Orca named 'Pickle' - YouTube New Zealander Nathan Pettigrew and a wild orca named Pickle have been gliding across the crystal clear waters of Welcome Bay in Tauranga for years.

BBC Natural World -  Echo of the Elephants, The Final Chapter (Full Docu...

BBC Natural World - Echo of the Elephants, The Final Chapter (Full Docu...

World's Last Rhino Of His Kind Comes Running When Called Sudan, and the female northern white rhinos Sudan lives with, enjoy the playful friendship they have with their constant companions.

World's Last Rhino Of His Kind Comes Running When Called Sudan, and the female northern white rhinos Sudan lives with, enjoy the playful friendship they have with their constant companions.

Retailers assure their customers that the coffee is collected from wild civet cats, which run free in the jungle and are not harmed in any way. However, a secret investigation carried out by the BBC in Indonesia exposes the truth-- civet cats are captured and held in tiny, filthy cages. They can barely have room to climb or even turn around.                The newest craze on the coffee market is the product called ‘civet cat coffee’ or ‘kopi luwak coffee’.   The craze ...

Retailers assure their customers that the coffee is collected from wild civet cats, which run free in the jungle and are not harmed in any way. However, a secret investigation carried out by the BBC in Indonesia exposes the truth-- civet cats are captured and held in tiny, filthy cages. They can barely have room to climb or even turn around. The newest craze on the coffee market is the product called ‘civet cat coffee’ or ‘kopi luwak coffee’. The craze ...

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