A look at some of the best Rainforest documentaries you can watch for free online.
(a). Full Documentaries.
1. Searching For The Rarest Bear On Earth | Moksgm'ol | Real Wild
Enter Canada's Great Bear Rainforest & catch a glimpse of a white-colored bear that is not a polar bear! This mammal called the Kermode Bear is the rarest bear to be found. It lives in a unique habitat with other forest dwellers like wolves & other bears. The local community believes that this bear symbolizes the forest's spirit & rightly calls it the Spirit Bear. #rareanimals #wildbears #animaldocumentary
2. Australia's Diverse Tropical Rainforest | Australia's Wild Places | Real Wild
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
3. The Amazing Harpy Eagle | Animal River Challenge | Real Wild
Deep in the South American rainforest in the country of Guyana lies the Essequibo River which is full of wildlife like tapirs, anacondas, and eagles. Follow along as Rainer and Sandy adventure the rainforest and seek out the Harpy Eagle in the canopy of the Rainforest. The Harpy Eagle is the one of the greatest predators in the rainforest, with claws longer than a grizzly bear, and the sharpest beak in nature. These caring parents rule the canopy. #RealWild #Documentary
4. Unbelievable Animal Behaviors | To The Ends Of The Earth | Real Wild
Follow along while wildlife photographer Todd Gustafson explores beyond the horizons of our Earth, from Rainforests, to African deserts, to Himalayan Mountains. Todd's photos and videos explore the striking landscapes and animals of our natural world from Brazil to India to the Galapagos, and reveal commonalities that bind both humans and animals alike. Todd also shares some photography tips for shooting distance or closeups. #RealWild #Documentary
5. Surviving In The Deadly Amazon Rainforest | Born To Be Wild | Real Wild
Follow along as survivalist Andrew Ucles takes on the Peruvian Amazon alone with his camera for a month along the Las Piedras River. In this episode of Born To Be Wild, Ucles builds a fire out of Bamboo, encounters a Sloth, a Bushmaster Snake, and a Black Caiman Crocodile, among much more wildlife. #RealWild #Documentary
6. A Close Look At Animal Kingdoms Of Patagonia and Peru | Art Wolfe's Travels To The Edge | Real Wild
Exploring the beautiful animal kingdom of Latin America, Art Wolfe visits Torres del Paine Park in Patagonia and Manu in Peru. Whilst in Patagonia, Art finds incredible guanacos, keeping watch for the pumas which hunt them, and the beautiful Patagonian Fox. Also, the awe-inspiring Andean Condors which rule the skies of Patagonia, huge vultures with a wingspan of up to 10 feet. In Peru Art finds incredibly colorful Amazonian Parrots, beady-eyed tree frogs, snaked, tapirs, sloths among the...
7. An Epic Encounter With The Elusive Wolves Of The Rainforest | 4K Wildlife Documentary | Real Wild
Wolves, the mysterious hunters of the North, have always captivated the imagination of man. Shot in the rain forests of Canada's west coast, this 4K wildlife documentary records the life of the rare coastal wolves with images of breathtaking immediacy and authenticity. The Elusive The Wolves Of The Rainforest | 4K Wildlife Documentary | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #CoastWolves
8. The Ghost Bear: The Search For World's Most Elusive Bear (Documentary) | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild
The Kermode Bear, often more commonly referred to as the 'Ghost Bear' or the 'Spirit Bear', prowls the forests of British Columbia. Despite its mystical moniker, this ghost is real; one of the rarest animals on earth, and one of the rarest experiences in nature. The Ghost Bear: Capturing The Elusive Spirit Of The Rainforest | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #SpiritBear #Ghost
9. Protecting The Amazon Rainforest's Wildlife | Inside Nature's Marvels | Real Wild
The Amazon is the largest river on Earth and at the heart of an extraordinary ecosystem, supporting an abundance of colourful wildlife. The rainforest is still one of the least populated areas in the world, but the greed for more farmland puts pressure on its natural habitat. Nevertheless, the diversity of species here remains unrivalled in the natural world, and includes animals like the Amazon pink dolphins or manatees. #RealWild #Documentary
10. Saving Endangered Orangutans In The Heart Of The Rainforest | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild
On the island of Sumatra, in Indonesia, an iconic species is barely hanging on. Orangutans are considered critically endangered. The massive wave of deforestation for oil palm production shows no sign of slowing down. In the heart of the tropical forest, volunteers do what they can to halt the carnage and rehabilitate the last few survivors of an uneven fight against a corrupt and merciless authority. A crew of mariners, scientists and filmmakers are followed as they cast off on the Sedna IV, an...