Nature's Weirdest Events

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  • 2014
  • 4 Seasons
  • 6.8  (232)

Nature's Weirdest Events is a British wildlife documentary television series that aired on BBC America. Presented by naturalist and wildlife expert Chris Packham, the show explores some of the most unusual and bizarre events occurring in the natural world today. Each episode is packed with stunning footage and expert commentary, bringing viewers closer to the mysteries of the natural world.

Throughout the series, Packham travels around the world to seek out some of the weirdest and most fascinating stories in nature. From the strange hallucinogenic effects of the African tetrodotoxin pufferfish, to the bizarre starling behavior at Otmoor, Oxfordshire, the show presents a collection of extraordinary phenomena that are difficult to explain.

One of the most incredible stories featured on the show centers on Brian Ladoon, a man who has spent the last 45 years of his life observing and studying the Arctic wolves in Canada. The show's cameras follow Ladoon as he conducts his research and interacts with the wolves, providing a fascinating insight into the behavior and habits of these elusive creatures.

The series also delves into the world of the supernatural, with episodes exploring the mysterious and unexplained phenomena of the natural world. From the strange unexplained deaths of horses in the New Forest, to the eerie glow that can sometimes be seen on the horizon at night in Japan's Sea of Trees, Nature's Weirdest Events uncovers the bizarre and unexplained occurrences that continue to puzzle scientists and experts worldwide.

The show takes an in-depth look at each event and explores a range of theories and explanations that attempt to explain the strange happenings. Presented in a format that is both educational and entertaining, the show is perfect for animal lovers, wildlife enthusiasts, and fans of the strange and unusual.

Nature's Weirdest Events provides a fascinating insight into the world of wildlife, presenting some of the most unusual and mysterious phenomena that occur in nature today. With expert commentary and stunning footage, the show invites viewers to join the journey of discovery, as we explore the weird and wonderful world of the natural world.

Nature's Weirdest Events is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (11 episodes). The series first aired on July 22, 2014.

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Season 4, Episode 3
3. Season 4, Episode 3
May 19, 2015
Chris learns about a monster washed up on a Californian beach that resembled a sea serpent. He also finds out about a yellow slime which seems to have a life of its own.
Series 4, Episode 2
2. Series 4, Episode 2
May 12, 2015
Chris learns about an abandoned island in Japan is home to thousands of rabbits which chase down tourists, some Horseshoe crabs that invade the beaches of New York and the mystery of the stones which move across the desert is finally unravelled.
Series 4, Episode 1
1. Series 4, Episode 1
May 5, 2015
Chris finds out more about swimming pigs in the Caribbean, the giant birds terrorising suburban Australia and a tick that is turning America vegetarian.
Where to Watch Nature's Weirdest Events
Nature's Weirdest Events is available for streaming on the BBC America website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Nature's Weirdest Events on demand at Amazon Prime.
  • Premiere Date
    July 22, 2014
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (232)