Many would call the BBC the go-to name for nature documentaries; unless you happen to tune in at the right moments or buy a spheroid collector’s set, however, it’s not always easy to follow along. We’ll all have an easier time getting our fill now that the broadcaster has launched its promised nature channel, Earth Unplugged. The streaming video station centers on seven shows that range from the obligatory baby animal segments — this is YouTube, after all — through to dinosaurs and looks at nature professionals. Earth Unplugged won’t necessarily have us tossing our Blu-ray collections, but it should provide some welcome educational material once we’re done watching box-loving cats.
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