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    Now what kind of show doesn't tell people that VFT is from North Carolina? Everybody would assume that VFT is from Madagascar since that was the last country stated. Every other animal was clearly labeled except our plant.

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    I loved it... not just cps, but everything in general. The 1 inch rainforest newt bouncing because of the rain was hilarious!
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    i found their to be several wrong facts like the time it takes a vft to close and that multiple trigger hairs must be touched. And that several animals were mis identified, like a turkey vulture that was called a raptor during the basalisks part. Claiming it was a bird of prey and triggerd the basalisk to start springting, when really they are just scavengers. Plant part better be amazing!

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    Oooh... the links don't seem to work for me...but is this the Life series from BBC that is the sequel to PLanet Earth? ooh yeah! I still think the original series with the Dear Sir David Attenborough is the best version:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwNCaYZ9faw

    It is a great series. I am waiting for the original BBC version to be released on Blu ray for region1.

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    MiguelSR1: I agree with you...
    Everyone is talking about the show and I am a nerd when it comes to this type of shows. Does anyone know if they will be selling this show in DVD or something like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dashman View Post
    It seems History channel has been hijacked by it's own version of reality TV. It's been slim pickings for me ever since.
    I'm a historian who hates the history channel. I've seen some very bad history on that channel. Hate it, hate it, hate it.
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    true heremems..im not a historian but they really are filling the ussaully cool line up of shows with that nostradamus and 2012 bullspit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naich View Post
    i found their to be several wrong facts like the time it takes a vft to close and that multiple trigger hairs must be touched. And that several animals were mis identified, like a turkey vulture that was called a raptor during the basalisks part. Claiming it was a bird of prey and triggerd the basalisk to start springting, when really they are just scavengers. Plant part better be amazing!
    First, the turkey vulture could easily have been what scared the basalisk, it would have just seen a silhouette and they are considered "raptors" as its not a very specific term. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bird_of_prey

    Also I'm not sure what you mean by how long it takes to close? It only said the amount of time two trigger hairs must be tripped for it to close. Also I never heard the word "different". Besides, that was an introduction episode, wait until the plant episodic is on to judge.

    As for the history channel, they have no place talking of the future...

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