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Nurturing Nature

It is difficult to see the true nature of...well, nature. The essence of the green oasis on the giant puddle of oceans is often lost in the vast urban jungles. We are typically surrounded solely by human nature which takes us away from the core of what lead us to where we are today. This makes it easy to forget that at one time, our ancestors lived amongst the animals, plants and forests that used to cover all of the land on our planet. If they wanted steak, they had wrangle up the young strapping men in the tribe and hunt their prey. If they wanted salad to compliment the meat, they had to forage the edible veggies from the wild. For every other non-domesticated creature on Earth, this is still the case.

Outside of the cities and far away from any urban sprawl, the green oasis still thrives. Animals of all different breeds and varieties are continually acting as their instincts dictate. Earth Touch Tv not only brings these realities to light, it also reminds us that there is a whole other world outside of car payments, elections and Downton Abbey.

The talented crew scours the globe to give us footage of rarely seen interactions among wildlife. From following prides of lions to highlighting the longest penises in the animal kingdom (Tommy Lee will be sorely disappointed), Earth Touch Tv will bring some fresh air to our nature deprived worlds. 


Get back to your roots

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