Our Great National Parks: Hey guys, again we are back with something new and interesting stuff for you. Are you bored with reading books and listening to angry and strict teacher’s lectures on science, biodiversity, and preserving the environment? Then “Our Great National parks” documentary is exactly for you guys. To know more details including the release date and where to watch read the article till the end.
Our Great National Park is a documentary series that narrates the details of great national parks across the world. This was narrated by former U.S president Barack Obama. Recently the trailer also aired on famous OTT Netflix.
Great National Parks: Release Date
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Our Great National parks is a documentary series going to be released on April 13, 2022. Many political leaders and Obama fans are waiting for its release. Some are saying it’s a good initiative to save and know more about our national parks across the world. Meanwhile, check out the trailer below.
Where Can You Watch the Documentary?
This documentary will be available from April 13, 2022, on Netflix. Of course, there might be some unofficial platforms where you can also watch after the release date. But we always encourage our readers to follow official sources.
Great National Parks: Brief Description of Documentary
As discussed earlier this documentary featured narration by Obama in addition to this he also appeared in the documentary to explain the importance of natural environment preservation creating opportunities for scientific research. Also said benefits of mankind for preserving national parks.
This documentary explored the national parks across the world that including the waters of Monterey Bay, the terrain of Kenya’s Tsavo National Park, the rainforests of Indonesia, National Park, and the far south landscape of Chilean Patagonia.
Our Great National parks documentary has been made by Wild space in association with freeborn media and the Higher ground production label. Obama is one of the executive producers of the Higher ground production label.
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