So, you’ve finished the riveting Making of a Murderer and you’re looking for another documentary series to dive in to? Maybe you don’t want something so down right depressing and based on how terrible human beings can be to each other. Wildest Islands is the show that’s going to rejuvenate your thoughts on how beautiful the world truly is. The best thing about these islands is that most of them have been untouched by the pollution that usually clogs the air of the more industrial cities. Some of the islands in the show do have human populations, but they are usually very small and don’t effect the islands growth in anyway.
Evolution has exploded across these islands and have created animals who are extremely diverse.Wildest Islands features islands in many different oceans and of many different conditions. The show features well known bodies of land such as the Caribbean that is made up of over 7,000 islands! There are no touristy buildings in this episode, just wonderful wildlife galore. One of the most breath taking episodes takes place in Galapagos, where human interaction is so limited, wild life has been allowed to flourish beyond belief.
Thanks to Netflix’s impeccable HD streaming capability, this show will allow you to see the beauty of these islands like never before! Zanzibar has creatures of nearly giant proportions and when you view it in HD, you get to see every tiny detail of these magnificent creatures. The British have have been known for making incredible nature documentaries and this is certainly one of them. Wildest Islands has a high educational factor, but it also is a lot of fun. Don’t be afraid to watching this memorizing show with the entire family.
You can stream seasons 1 & 2 on Netflix. Each season is 5 episodes each and has a 43 minute running time.