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Serengeti Rules (2018)

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Exploring some of the most remote and spectacular places on Earth, five pioneering scientists make surprising discoveries that flip our understanding of nature on its head, and offer new hope for restoring our world.

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Nicolas Brown

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Nicolas Brown
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Jim Estes Jim Estes ... Scientist (as himself)
Jaime Excell Jaime Excell ... Young Jim Estes
Bob Paine Bob Paine ... Scientist (as himself)
Mathieson McCrae Mathieson McCrae ... Young Bob Paine
Mary E. Power Mary E. Power ... Scientist (as herself)
Ashlyn Jade Lopez ... Young Mary Power
Samantha Nugent Samantha Nugent ... Mary Power Age 33
Greg Kriek ... Young Tony Sinclair
Tony Sinclair Tony Sinclair ... Scientist (as himself)
Laurie Spiegel Laurie Spiegel ... Mary Power's Mother
Johnathan Newport ... Young John Terborgh
John Terborgh John Terborgh ... Scientist (as himself)
Sean B. Carroll Sean B. Carroll ... Scientist (as himself)
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Exploring some of the most remote and spectacular places on Earth, five pioneering scientists make surprising discoveries that flip our understanding of nature on its head, and offer new hope for restoring our world.

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30 April 2018 (USA) See more »

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The Serengeti Rules See more »

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The fault is in the human factor
8 May 2019 | by Karmen11See all my reviews

Typical humans, always looking for "solutions" outside themselves. Trying to find an excuse not have to change. Well it doesn't work that way. We are the only species messing up this planet. Without us everything else works just fine. If human ways don't change the same thing will be happening over and over again. Or it will all stop happening all together, Because this planet might just one day say, enough. ALL your conclusions are wrong. ALL that nature creates is EQUALLY important. Anyone who claims something different is a fool. Just stop arrogantly pretending to be the most intelligent species on this planet, because the evidence of the contrary has been vast. Until humans humbly accept that, and that their ways need to change, there is no hope. Start with the man in the mirror, only then can you (maybe) heal the world.


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