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The Horse in MotionThe Horse in Motion (1882)
A groundbreaking piece of work from innovative photographer Eadweard Muybridge, The Horse in Motion is a series of stills featuring a galloping...
Mr Delaware and the Boxing KangarooMr Delaware and the Boxing Kangaroo (1895)
Premiering at the first public projection of motion pictures in Germany, Das Boxende Känguruh is one of the earliest examples of animal...
Pelicans, Lion, and Tigers at London Zoological GardensPelicans, Lion, and Tigers at London Zoological Gardens (1895)
The work of pioneering filmmaker Louis Lumière, Pelicans, Lion and Tigers, London Zoological Gardens features a large male as he paces...
Rough Sea at DoverRough Sea at Dover (1895)
Considered by some to be the first natural history orientated film and one of the oldest surviving British films, Rough Sea at Dover dates back...
Elephants at the ZooElephants at the Zoo (1897)
A cheerful account of exercise time at the London Zoological Gardens, Elephants at the Zoo was released in 1897 by the British Mutoscope and...
Pelicans at the ZooPelicans at the Zoo (1898)
An amusing account of feeding time at Regent’s Park Zoological Gardens, Pelicans at the Zoo was released in 1898 by British Mutoscope and...
Fight Between Tarantula and ScorpionFight Between Tarantula and Scorpion (1900)
Released in 1900 by British Mutoscope and Biograph Company, one of the pioneers of early cinema technology, this silent black and white film...
Spiders on a WebSpiders on a Web (1900)
Consisting of a single shot, Spiders on a Web is one of the earliest British examples of close-up natural history photography. Made by one of...
Lion HuntLion Hunt (1906)
Bursting onto the silver screen in a flurry of controversy, Lion Hunt was a huge international success, telling the story of two hunters in the...
In BirdlandIn Birdland (1907)
A groundbreaking production from renowned natural history photographer and filmmaker Oliver Pike, In Birdland was the first British wildlife...
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Life on Earth: The Infinite Variety: Sex under the microscope
Life on Earth: The Infinite Variety: Sex...
The Private Life of Plants: Growing: Pumping 100 gallons of water per hour uphill
The Private Life of Plants: Growing: Pumping...
Look: Foxes: New life in the forest
Look: Foxes: New life in the forest
Animal People: Gerald Durrell: Gerald's human menagerie
Animal People: Gerald Durrell: Gerald's human...