An element which said during the film hinged on life for animals, a life of chance for which, “that is what life is all about,” said the narrator. Nothing rocks as much as the flying of the fish during one documentary about animals who still roam free on earth. Whether an animal outside of the habitat of a natural setting, or a wild being who carved their own distant cave, this film examines the basis for the protection of such an animal whose despite archaic law. Our narrator describes the mind-boggling approach of the tedious aversions of particular insects, and compared to the stork-eyed fly, such are key many times to as also according to the narrator winning females. Ice-tropes for one particular set of bird courtiers, measure and hope to bring forth the primary male leader of the species. And while a male hippo who lacks water and females to mate with, a tempo during the nice, slow factual preview of life throughout the bogs and terrain of moss-covered freelands to the wild edge of a bungling jungle. Note, that somewhere toward the latter half of the quickly moving documentary, that courtship of songs and rituals move throughout the lands of Oregon. For (swans) during the mating season, a dance much like the ballet comes to pass. Only minutes later, the host and you stand on a part of the Pacific Ocean, describing a mother seeking for an eternal den, finds a place to nest. Amazingly, the compassion of the mother octopus for her eggs, she lays across and uses a type of breath to fan her thousands of eggs to life. Another mother, only miles, or perhaps, depending on the viewpoint from an animal point of view. “She must do something, and fast.” Beyond a search for a refreshing pond, “for such a little frog,” she searches for the perfect nursery pool for her developing tadpole. Rushing down to rescue the others, “one by one she collects them. As some mothers have had to lay down their lives for their children, Busy delivering eggs, the mother frog comes home one day to find her fully developed tadpoles swimming away. She takes a much-needed rest. Once, a group of chicks abandoned by mother and father, eventually figure out on their own that their destiny is the sea. Ice so hard to swim on, puts the young penguins on the defense. The animals develop an amazing propensity to stay alive, and the animals begin to learn about how the rules of survival work best. But whether there is strength in numbers, the clan works together to bring down a large prey. Doing it right, the rewards are huge. Extraordinary weapons, ever the effort, contrary to popular belief, the easy-going chamelleon knows exactly how to charm. A hunter satisfies himself on simple matter. But the other wild animal wayfearers, some even which include shrimp, or crab-eaters, float throughout the floe of saltwater killer whale. Female wild animals seem to lead and organize the pack here among them well. Shooting straight to the hip, these female avengers a lot like movie Super Heroes, got in, did what they had to do, and than got out.