Weird Nature - Netflix

Posted on Fri 03 May 2019 in netflix

An astonishing exploration of nature's strangest behavior. From cartwheeling caterpillars to acrobatic skunks, nature reveals its wondrous, spectacular and undoubtedly bizarre side. In six engrossing episodes, many natural oddities of animal behavior are explored, interpreted and filmed in exquisite detail. Using a unique presentation that combines elements of drama and special effects to explain each amazing subject, Weird Nature delves deep into the every day lives of living things to reveal that the bizarre is commonplace in the natural world.

Weird Nature - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2002-03-20

Weird Nature - Ciarán McMenamin - Netflix

Ciarán McMenamin (born 1 October 1975) is a Northern Irish actor, resident in London.

Weird Nature - Career - Netflix

McMenamin has appeared on various BBC and ITV programmes, including 4:50 From Paddington, an episode of Agatha Christie's Marple (starring Geraldine McEwan), in which he played Cedric Crackenthorpe, and in the Channel 4 comedy series The Young Person's Guide To Becoming A Rock Star. In 1999 he was cast in the title role of the BBC1 television movie David Copperfield. He co-starred in The Golden Hour (ITV, 2005), playing a doctor. In January 2009, he appeared in a one-off special episode (“The Grinning Man”) of the BBC's Jonathan Creek, playing a grounds keeper. He co-starred in the 2001 movie To End All Wars. In 2008, he played the lead role in The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce. He won the role of Matt Anderson on the science fiction television programme Primeval. In 2012 he played leading fireman Frederick Barrett in the docudrama Saving The Titanic. In 2017, McMenamin released his debut novel, Skintown.

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