Upload your video to YouTube. As the architects of this environment, can humans choose to build cities that are homes for both them and wildlife? The fact that it is all so enjoyable just adds to the experience. In the city, acting on instinct will get you killed. The macaque that knows it can reliably steal fresh food from the fruit market in Jaipur is the end-user in an intercontinental supply chain, and its presence will inevitably be factored in to all the transactions that constitute it. I was young, unhappy, and unfree, set half-adrift on a rolling and indifferent city, but the foxes were entirely at home.
Witness the moment four snow leopards come together when a mother and cub become trapped between two rival males. In the flooded Okavango, lions take on formidable buffalo in epic battles, on the savannah bee-eaters take advantage of elephants to help catch insects and, on the freezing northern tundra, caribou embark on great migrations shadowed by hungry Arctic wolves. Cities are incubation chambers for particular kinds of behavior. Step 3: Adding subtitles to a video on YouTube or other Streaming services: 1. But the final episode, showing animals in the city, is spectacular. In Jodhpur, langurs are revered as religious deities and in Harar, locals live in harmony with wild hyenas. We all constructed these things together.
On the sub-Antarctic island of Zavodovski, life gets more extreme still. Their social groups are larger, more complex, and more structured. New technology has allowed individual stories to be captured in an unparalleled level of detail and for the first time viewers will be immersed in incredible landscapes and share the most dramatic moments in the lives of animals. David Attenborough's narration is, as usual, superb. On the Galapagos Islands, young marine iguana must escape an onslaught of deadly racer snakes the moment they hatch from the sand. The rare pygmy three-toed sloth enjoys a peaceful existence on an idyllic Caribbean island, while nesting albatross thrive in predator-free isolation. We want to hear what you think about this article.
This method also works to watch a Youtube video not uploaded by you with subtitles Thank you for reading this tutorial. This is a community managed collection, hosted offshore. In the end, capitalism is entirely indifferent to life and species; it has a logic all its own, and human beings are only elements in its production process. If you're looking for a legal, stable alternative, without annoying pop-ups we recommend. Join grizzly bears as they dance against trees to rub off their winter fur and soar with golden eagles hunting amongst Europe's snow-capped peaks. When I lived, briefly, in Los Angeles, people were astounded to hear that I used to share my streets with the creatures, but not as surprised as I was when I first saw a coyote padding insouciantly down Sunset Boulevard in the pink and bleary dawn.
Leopards prowl the streets of Mumbai, peregrine falcons hunt amongst New York's skyscrapers, and a million starlings perform spectacular aerial dances over Rome. We never invented capitalism; it just happened to us first. Of those undomesticated animals that survive, more and more will—like us—live in cities. From Asia's bizarre-looking Saiga antelope to the giant anteaters of Brazil, grassland animals have adapted in extraordinary ways to cope with these extremes. A city with wild animals in it is always one just on the conceptual edge of being without humans. Move the subtitle file into the same folder as your video file. For those looking for a more permanent keepsake, the Blu-ray is also now officially on sale.
But what the documentary constantly skirts around, what it mentions very briefly and then darts away from, to show us some more pretty creatures behaving oddly, is this: Animals that live in the city are simply not like animals that live in the wildernesses. As Jacques Derrida points out, a dog pissing against a tree is involved in a certain form of writing. These urban populations are exploding, because animals in cities are plugged in to capitalist relations. Living here requires not just intelligence but an ability to pass on information to others and across generations. Acrobatic indri leap through the forests of Madagascar, while the jungle night conceals strange fungi and glow-in-the-dark creatures never filmed before. In Jaipur, the macaques get no such favour, so they steal, darting down into a fruit market and snatching up the produce.
And not just fruit; we see them snatching packaged snacks in their foil wrappers, carrying them up to the rooftops for lunch. The langur-city is dense and wild, the raw information of its material form decoded and recoded in the shifting interactions which which they remake the city every day. The forms of social and biological life, even in the hinterlands, are determined by what goes on in cities: their productions of space, their emanations of power. Shot after shot seem almost impossible yet impossibly beautiful. Many animals, however, struggle to cope in the urban jungle. Not every city has foxes. Up until the last day of November these notices targeted only copies of shows that had already aired, but following the leak of the Blu-ray which contains the season finale , things got more serious.
We learn, for instance, that the greatest concentration of wild leopards is not in some last besieged scrap of pristine jungle, but in Mumbai. Every day, one and a half million penguins risk being battered against the rocks by fierce waves as they try to get on and off the island. And all those factors that make urban wildlife different can only intensify. They may seem an unlikely place for animals to thrive, but they can be a world of surprising opportunity. An urban environment constantly changes, and encompasses far more physical variation in far less space than any other—after all, it incorporates versions all the others; every city has its splinters of woodland and steppe, recreated deserts where industrial areas turned to flat and contaminated concrete, the artificial forest-canopies of smaller buildings and the mountainous skyscrapers. Telephone and power lines, strung between buildings, are passages; the monkeys leap between them or crawl along with their prehensile feet. Animals that live in cities are smarter than their cousins to the point of having measurably larger brains, they have more children, they spend more time at play, they evolve faster.