From Lyre Birds mimicking David Attenborough to Baywatch Penguins and what the animals in Planet Earth were really saying! Here's 10 wildlife spoofs worth watching.
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1. The Amazing Lyre Bird
Unseen footage showing us why it's never easy working with animals.
2. The Crazy Nastyass Honeybadger
If you're one of the few people who hasn't yet seen Randall's viral hit, watch it now. If you've seen it before then it's well worth watching again.
3. Frozen Planet Baywatch
Lingering shots of penguins appearing from the surf and running in slow motion. 'nuff said.
4. Serious Spoof - The Plastic Bag
It's the only 'serious' entry on this list but it certainly deserves an honourable mention. Narrated by Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons, this 'mockumentary' video, hammers home the stark reality of California's plastic bag pollution situation.
5. David Attenborough and a night on the town.
Pre-dating YouTube this was one of the first mashups to be created by Casette boy. There's no images - but it's still one of my favourite nature spoofs.
6. Walk on The Wild Side - The BBC's very own wildlife spoof series
Comedians put a voice to wildlife clips unearthed from the BBCs archive. Featuring a ensemble cast which includes the Not-Very-Scary-Sharks, the Scratching Badgers, the DIY Orang Utan, the Vultures Flying School and a Marmot called Alan.
7. I Hate Nature - Warning contains strong language!
If David Attenborough hated wildlife. It's not that funny so if anyone has a better nominee then I'd be happy to replace this.
8. Flying Penguins
Terry Jones discovers a colony of penguins, which are unlike any other penguins in the world. You can watch the making of here.
9. Techno-Bird of Paradise
Turn down the lights, pump up the music and dance.
Last but not least it's...
10. F*** Planet Earth - Warning this video contains Strong Language!!!
Just to finish...
David Attenborough, Jane Goodall & Carl Sagan sing