A look at some of the best Mexican Wildlife documentaries you can watch for free online.
(a). Full Documentaries.
1. Tuatara: The Ancient Reptile That Outlived The Dinosaurs | The Modern Dinosaur | Real Wild
Sixty-five million years ago, a meteor hit the earth near Mexico killing nearly all life on the planet. Out of the ashes, one reptile managed to survive in New Zealand: the Tuatara. Tuatara are some of the most bizarre reptiles on Earth. Despite their close resemblance to lizards, they are part of a distinct lineage, the order Rhynchocephalia. Scientists venture into some of the most remote parts of New Zealand searching for clues to its origins. They reveal it's distant relatives. #lizard...
2. Life Of The Giant Manta Ray | Blue Realm Of San Benedicto | Real Wild
Giants of San Benedicto features ground-breaking research on giant Mantas. Travel to the remote Socorro Islands off Mexico's Pacific coast and see breathtaking encounters with enormous manta rays. See how these majestic giants invite human contact and encourage certain divers to ride them. #mantaray #seacreatures #seaanimals
3. A Deep Sea Dive With Turtles And Manatees | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild
The manatee lives in coastal areas which are being damaged by the inhabitation of humans. Located in the south of Mexico, Belize is a tourist hotspot that means lots of boats. This means increased danger to the manatee. Can the locals do enough to protect them? Sea turtles have inhabited the oceans for over 1000 million years. There are 7 species of sea turtles with 6 of them on the red list. Today they are threatened by pollution, poaching, and accidental entrapment. From: 1,000 Days For The...
|1h 24m 13s||2022-06-07|
4. The Spectacular Life Of The Monarch Butterfly | Beauty On The Wing | Real Wild
Filmed between Massachusetts and Mexico, this unique documentary showcases the lifecycle, ecosystem, and environment of the Monarch Butterfly. Even 3,000 miles apart, these two locations show that the Monarch Butterfly's ecosystems are still ecologically connected. Learn about the evolution of the butterfly, and its crucial relationship to different habitats, from migration to pollination. #RealWild #Documentary
5. South Texas's Fascinating Wildlife | Expeditions With Patrick McMillan | Real Wild
Follow Patrick McMillan as he travels to South Texas's Lower Rio Grande Valley, right on the southeast border of the United States and Mexico. Here, there is a surprisingly tropical climate with prairie, wetland, and forests, not to mention some wildlife unique specifically to the area. Ocelots, wild parrots, pelicans, and Aplomado falcons can all be found in this region. Nearby on the Island of South Padre, McMillan spots a squadron of spoonbills looking for a meal of crustaceans in the shallow...
6. Inside The Beautiful Wildlife of Mexico and Brazil | Art Wolfe's Travels To The Edge | Real Wild
Once more, Art Wolfe travels to Latin America to take a look at some of world's most beautiful animals. This time, we travel to incredible wetlands of Brazil's Pantanal, seeing stunning Caiman, Giant Otters, Capybaras and multicoloured Toucans. In Mexico, Art travels to the Baja Peninsula to explore the scorching deserts and boundless ocean, home to amazing dolphin pods and miniscule hummingbirds. #RealWild #Documentary
7. Spain's Most Legendary Fighting Bull | The Spirit Of The Bull | Real Wild
This is the story of a brutal and blood-thirsty fighting bull named El Toron, known to have gored two matadors during an epic bullfight in Old Mexico. Though a famous matador eventually felled the mighty beast, El Toron's story of blood, blades, and freedom has become a legend. Spain's Most Legendary Fighting Bull | The Spirit Of The Bull | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #SpiritOfTheBull
|1h 9m 6s||2021-07-22|
1. Epic Snake Compilation With Austin Stevens | Austin Stevens Adventures | Real Wild
Follow along as wildlife photographer and naturalist Austin Stevens travels the world in search of some of the biggest and deadliest snakes. In this compilation, Stevens starts in Mexico where he seeks out the rare Tzabcan Rattlesnake, which was once hailed as a god by the ancient Mayans. He then travels to the swamplands of Florida where he comes across the non-native Burmese Python and aims to relocate it to a new home. Finally, Stevens ends up in his home country of South Africa where he...
|2h 28m 18s||2022-03-05|