Watching ‘Life’ at Its Fullest

Published by PETA.

Have you tuned in to Life yet? Not to be confused with the delicious cereal of the same name or the painfully long bored game, Life is actually a 10-part documentary series that premiered on the Discovery Channel on March 21 and chronicles the complex lives of different species—from komodo dragons to cuttlefish, damselflies to pebble toads. Every episode is narrated by Oprah (could she get any cooler?), and each one has opened my eyes to so many fascinating facts about animals. Last Sunday’s installment featured some aerially and aquatically nimble flying fish and resourceful anchovies. The highlight, though, was this unforgettable sequence of mud-wrestling mudskippers:




The two segments airing this Sunday are “Birds” and “Creatures of the Deep.” I’m willing to bet that after you watch this preview about bowerbirds, you too will be tuning in to see which male’s interior decorating skills are going to win him a mate. I know I will.

Written by Logan Scherer

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