This Is The Most Beautiful Thing You’ll Ever See and Hear. I Could Rewatch It Endlessly!

LionsSir David Attenborough and the BBC have put together a stunning montage video featuring breath-taking scenes from the natural world. We see magnificent scenery in spectacular colors from every different environment and zone of the world.

In the montage, all sorts of creatures living in the various habitats are going about their day, or night, just as nature intended. The video is set to the music of that late, great musician, Louis Armstrong’s, “What a Wonderful World”. 

WhalesAnd in a calm and wondering tone, Sir David Attenborough is quietly reciting the classic lines of the song.

“I see trees of green
Red roses too
I see them bloom for me and you
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world

I see skies of blue
Clouds of white
Bright blessed days
Dark sacred nights
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world”

As the footage rolls, we pan across the world’s natural wonders. We are in the sea with penguins and jellyfish, in the Kalahari with a family of meerkats, we see an owl scanning for prey, there are moonlit nights, the Aurora Borealis, lightning and storms, seahorses, orcas, rainbows and butterflies.

The video reminds us of how fortunate we are to live on this beautiful planet that we, and all those other marvelous creatures, call home. It finishes with a delighted laugh from the greatest naturalist the world has ever been blessed with when Sir David sums it all up by saying: “Quite simply wonderful”.

Share this incredibly touching video with your friends because it’s truly a beautiful, inspirational delight that will make their day.

This Is The Most Beautiful Thing You\'ll Ever See and Hear. I Could Rewatch It Endlessly!