Best Australian Wildlife Documentaries

A look at the best FREE Australian Wildlife documentaries.

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1. Australia's Diverse Tropical Rainforest | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild

Duration: 49:48

Published: June 30, 2022

Views: 27290+

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Daintree National Park is a magical meeting of rainforest and reef, lying at the heart of the world heritage-listed wet tropics of Queensland. The area is a living link to our planet's distant past, to a primeval world from more than 50 million years ago. Biologist Peter Byrne and his research team ride a giant crane to gain a unique view of what many consider to be the last biological frontier.#RealWild #Documentary

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2. Whale Shark: Amazing Lifestyle Of The Largest Fish In The Sea | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild

Duration: 49:46

Published: June 23, 2022

Views: 12364+

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Channel: Real Wild

On the remote coastline of Australia's northwest, there are great natural wonders to be found. Above the sea on this sun-baked coast, there is very little, but each year, mysterious ocean visitors arrive. The biggest fish in the sea, the whale shark, vanishes almost as soon as they arrive, but what brings them to this place at all?#RealWild #Documentary

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3. Surviving The Harsh Australian Outback | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild

Duration: 49:50

Published: June 16, 2022

Views: 19267+

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Channel: Real Wild

The Australian desert is home to some of the most deadly animals in the world. In this Real Wild documentary, we explore how animals live in the high heated Australian outback. The famous marsupial kangaroo along with lizards, camels, and wild horses are among these animals. We also see how the bush operates and struggles in the extreme heat, which often leads to uncontrollable fires. The Australian red desert is named this due to the rocks containing high amounts of iron. In this type of environment, these rocks actually begin to rust. As the rust expands, it weakens the rock

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4. What Exactly Are Tasmanian Devils? | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild

Duration: 48:43

Published: June 9, 2022

Views: 55249+

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Channel: Real Wild

Just 460,000 people live in Tasmania, an island off the southeast coast of mainland Australia. While its human population is small, the majestic state is rich in natural wonders and is known for its large tracts of pristine wilderness. Wallabies, wombats, and the island's unique carnivorous marsupial, the Tasmanian devil, enjoy their isolated habitat, nearly devoid of natural predators.Australia's Wildest Places S1 E2 ZDF Enterprises #RealWild #Documentary

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5. Did You Know This About The Australian Alps? | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild

Duration: 49:39

Published: June 2, 2022

Views: 16288+

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Channel: Real Wild

It may come as a surprise that Australia doesn't just have flat plains and searing deserts. It actually has snow-capped mountains of its own. The peaks of the Australian Alps are over 600 million years old. Mt. Kosciuszko is the highest mountain on the continent and its slopes harbor rare and unusual species, adapted to the harsh conditions. See how the wombat survives in these cold temperatures and how wild horses thrive.From: Australia's Wild Places S1 E1 #RealWild #Documentary

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6. The Power Of Venom: Australia's Deadliest Animals | Deadly Australia | Real Wild

Duration: 42:47

Published: July 13, 2021

Views: 98978+

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Channel: Real Wild

Dr. Kelly Strzepek grapples with some of Australia's deadliest snake species, including the most venomous snake in the world: the inland taipan. Kelly also examines the untapped potential of tree ants in solving complex logistical problems and goes hunting for scorpions to show us their usefulness in surgery. The Power Of Venom: Australia's Deadliest Animals | Deadly Australia | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #AustraliasDeadliestSnakes

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7. The Platypus: Australia's Unlikeliest Killer (Wildlife Documentary) | Deadly Australia | Real Wild

Duration: 42:42

Published: July 6, 2021

Views: 68436+

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Channel: Real Wild

Kelly visits David Flaey National Park to get up close to Wally the Platypus, whose poisonous spur could teach us about pain relief. She also visits a Bat Hospital, feeds crocodiles, and uncovers the secrets to the flying foxes' immune system and how it could help humans battle disease in the future. 02:50 - The Poisonous Platypus 12:15 - Crazy Crocodile Toxins 23:21 - Stealthy Sea Anemones 33:11 - Fantastic Flying Foxes The Platypus: Australia's Unlikeliest Killer (Wildlife Documentary) | Deadly Australia | Real Wild #RealWild #WildlifeDocumentary #Playtpus

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8. Why Are Australia's Predators So Deadly? (Wildlife Documentary) | Deadly Australia | Real Wild

Duration: 42:53

Published: June 29, 2021

Views: 107494+

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Channel: Real Wild

The poster boys for Australia's deadly reputation are, of course, its big predators. Yet even these killing machines, which have evolved their skills over millions of years, may hold the key to medical breakthroughs. Dr. Kelly Strzepek lifts the lid on the secrets of Australia's deadliest predators as she swims with great white sharks, milks funnel web spiders and goes snorkelling with some bizarre underwater predators, famed for their deadly venom. Why Are Australia's Predators So Deadly? (Wildlife Documentary) | Deadly Australia | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #DeadlyAustralia

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9. The Incredible Animals Of Australia (Wildlife Documentary) | Magic Of Nature | Real Wild

Duration: 26:14

Published: December 1, 2020

Views: 29267+

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Today on Magic Of Nature, join us as we go down under and explore the incredible creatures that roam the Australian landscape. #RealWild #Documentary

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