A compilation of Disney’s early nature films shows various animals from around the world. If you like nature films then you will enjoy this. Walt Disney really invented the nature documentary as he was fascinated with animals and often filmed them in order to learn how to animate them. Since this movie is a compilation it keeps your interest well and does have some cool shots. While it isn’t a movie you need to watch over and over, if you get a chance to see it then I say do it.
In this Disneynature film, we follow 3 different animal families, African elephants, polar bears, and humpback whales. We discover how they live, migrate and survive in their unique habitats. This one was really entertaining. Following three different species kept the movie interesting. But warning, if you are an animal lover, there are moments that may make you teary. Overall, this movie is very informative, beautifully shot and entertaining. Go and check it out if you haven’t already.
Disneynature and flamingos! This one is definitely an interesting one to watch. I had no idea some flamingos lived like this. On the land of a temporarily dried salty lake in Africa. Crazy. I don’t know why I always just picture them in the tropical Florida greenery. The best part of this movie was when the group of flamingos walks together like a squad strolling into the party knowing they are all that. Like most Disneynature films, it is good to see at least once. Check it out if you haven’t already.
A man goes far north in order to study and research wolves in the wild. While he spends most his time alone, he is helped a couple times by some local Natives. His goal is to see if the wolves are responsible for the drastic drop in the caribou population. It was an interesting watch. At times it felt a little long, but all in all, they did a good job keeping you entertained watching someone watch wolves. the wolves were obviously the best part of the movie.