BBC - Natures Great Events with Sir David Attenborough (2009)

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BBC - Natures Great Events with Sir David Attenborough (2009)

Post by MVGroup » Sun Apr 12, 2009 10:33 am

Natures Great Events

Nature Documentary hosted by Sir David Attenborough and published by BBC in 2009 - English narration

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This fantastic series from the BBC's renowned Natural History Unit combines the epic scale of Planet Earth and the intimate, emotional stories of charismatic animals as they struggle to survive. Using state of the art HD technology, these amazing programmes capture the Earth's most dramatic and epic wildlife spectacles and the intimate stories of the animals caught up in them.

Every year, around the world, seasonal changes transform entire landscapes and draw in millions of creatures as these great events unfold.


1) Melt
The Artic's Great Melt that finds polar bear families navigating their precarious way on ever-thining ice.

2) Salmon Run
British Columbia's Great Salmon Run where grizzly bears use ingenuity and fancy footwork to collect their catch.

3) Migration
The Great Migration of the Serengeti that tests the survival skills of a pride of lions with young cubs.

4) Tide
The Great Tide of billions of sardines along South Africa's east coast creates an action-packed feeding frenzy of thousands of dolphins, sharks, whales, seals and gannets.

5) Flood
The Great Flood of the Okavango Delta in Botswana draws families of elephants, who undertake an epic trek to reach it.

6) Feast
The plankton bloom of the Great Feast in Alaska's coastal waters attracts humpback whales and sea lions, who face the dangers of killer whales.

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* Total Size (MB) ....: ~746.00 MB
* Total Streams ......: 2 Stream(s)
* Video Length .......: 00:59:00
* Video Codec Name ...: XviD MPEG-4 codec
* Video Bitrate ......: ~1560 KB/s
* Resolution .........: 720 x 400
* Aspect Ratio .......: 1.80:1
* Quality Factor .....: 0.217 B/px
* Audio Codec Name ...: FAST Multimedia AG DVM (Dolby AC3)
* Audio Bitrate ......: 192 KB/s (CBR)
* Channels ...........: 2 Ch
* Sampling Rate ......: 48000 Hz

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1) Further Information
* English Subtitles
* DVD Cover and DVDs

2) Related Documentaries
* Planet Earth

3) ed2k Links

BBC.Natures.Great.Events.1of6.The.Great.Melt.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [746.30 Mb]
BBC.Natures.Great.Events.2of6.The.Great.Salmon.Run.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [747.00 Mb]
BBC.Natures.Great.Events.3of6.The.Great.Migration.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [747.05 Mb]
BBC.Natures.Great.Events.4of6.The.Great.Tide.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [745.95 Mb]
BBC.Natures.Great.Events.5of6.The.Great.Flood.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [745.55 Mb]
BBC.Natures.Great.Events.6of6.The.Great.Feast.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [745.91 Mb]



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Re: BBC - Natures Great Events with Sir David Attenborough (2009)

Post by stokers » Mon Apr 13, 2009 12:26 am

the first three were fantastic,cant wait for the next 3.thanks very much. :v

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Re: BBC - Natures Great Events with Sir David Attenborough (2009)

Post by deadbodyman » Thu Jul 23, 2009 4:47 am

Thanks very much for the post but please, if you can, reshare this stuff. :)
It's been like 3 months. :(

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Thanks and it would be nice to know if someone changes the hash. :roll:
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