Our Planet | Jungles | FULL EPISODE | Netflix

Experience our planet’s natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

In this episode: Jungles and rainforests are home to an incredible variety of species like preening birds, intelligent orangutans and remarkably ambitious ants.

For more about Jungles, please visit https://www.ourplanet.com/en/video/how-to-save-our-jungles

Download free educational resources at https://www.ourplanet.com/en/schools-and-youth

US Rating: TV-PG. Parental guidance suggested.

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Our Planet | Jungles | FULL EPISODE | Netflix



  1. The worst thing about its that none of us watching this can do something about this deforestation and/or massive planting of palmtrees, only those who did this and who keep on running it have the power to act. The world is at the mercy of just a few antipathetic people, greedy and senseless.

    Seeing this documentary is only torture for the mind, knowing all these wonderful and loving creatures are perishing and that individuals or even huge numbers of people are useless facing the crime still underway.

    The last generation of people born in the 60s have been spoiled, and in return they have destroyed everything. Those older than 60 years have been a curse to the earth.
    And once again the inequity of the parents falls on the children. The great barrier reef, the rain forests, oceans, massive landscapes dried up, over urbanisation everywhere, not taking care of their own children, the poisoning of the minds, of the bodies, holocaust of species, the list of damages is endless.
    In a single generation, the damages done by greedy people making money their god have plunged the world into a pile of ruble and despair.
    May God save us

  2. I was crying. This episode made me cry. I hope a lot of can hear the calling why this docu was made. It is pleading.

  3. Mission report I live thing on the planet of the animals my shipped into the third planet the planet of earth

  4. Me encanta mucho los gorilas de montaña en la jungla tropical africana del Congo Uganda en África
    Mi fantasía selvática yo con TARZAN Disney hecha a realidad en mi vida real mía

  5. Me encanta mucho la selva tropical quien me iba a decir a mi película animada selvática de TARZAN Disney en mi vida real mía

  6. What a breathtaking, captivating & even spellbinding nature doc. this is!!! Irrefutably & indisputably, this is one of the amazing, magnificent, majestic, unrivaled & incomparable doc. of the most extraordinary proportions I've ever witnessed & perceived. Undoubtedly this must be the masterpiece beyond all other masterpieces. I wonder if anyone else feel the same?,,,,,,My sincere gratitude for Netflix,,,,,,,(09/04/22)

  7. The ending made me sick of us…..how selfish we can be more…..save our vegetation, love nature….

  8. Attenborough…my favorite wildlife narrator of all times❤️❤️❤️🇰🇪🇰🇪🇰🇪

  9. thanks to Netflix for showing these documentaries free..Hopefully are young generations pay attention to this and learn how to restore the natural treasures of our planet.

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