Surprisingly engaging for adults, this extremely family-focused show is easy to watch.
The narrator has one of those soothing, friendly voices, and he provides a very enjoyable background for the images. Animals include domestic and wild, with great variety in both. Lots of geography is presented. Very few humans are shown. The animal facts go beyond the rote: with animal:animal comparisons and exploration of human misperceptions, it's educational but not boring. Content also includes quiz questions, big words, and uncloying silliness.
All is provided, mostly by endless video of critters doing what critters do. It may be useful to note that some animals appear in captive environments, like zoos, farms, and sanctuaries.
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