Have you had the pleasure of watching the wonderful BBC series, Life? You probably have. Beautiful HD nature docs provide the perfect visual background for any living room activity. And as many have discovered, they play even better when muted and paired with a soundtrack of your choosing.
There are many moments in Life, the followup to Planet Earth, that just have to be fake. They look so perfect, so surreal and so crazy that there's no way that they aren't made with computers. But they're all real.
BBC's Life, or as we've called it, Planet Earth Part II, is finally coming to Discovery starting March 21st. In this clip, the crew teases some of the amazing technique that allowed the documentary to capture so many new "firsts."
I'd never felt sympathy for a fly until I just watched this latest, astounding clip from BBC Life in which a Venus Flytrap
consumes murders its prey.
Life, the BBC's latest totally unbelievable nature documentary, is airing in 10 episodes between now and Christmas. Not only is the footage as incredible as you'd expect; the studio sent some production notes our way explaining how scenes were shot.