All the National Parks Shown in the Barack Obama Narrated Netflix Docuseries ‘Our Great National Parks’

All the National Parks Shown in the Barack Obama Narrated Netflix Docuseries ‘Our Great National Parks’

Netflix is keen to tell its audience that it’s high time we invest in the well-being of Earth. And the first step is to educate the viewers about the surrounding nature. So, a docu-series, Our Great National Parks is already up on Netflix from April 13th, 2022, with five episodes. It explores the world’s most breathtaking national parks and the wildlife that lives there. This show will give us an insight into visits to the wilderness, and how our changing lifestyle is affecting the wild. Did we mention that a special guest will narrate the show? Can you guess? Former President of the United States, Barack Obama will narrate the entire show and also highlight that the wonders of the earth deserve to be preserved.

We can pretend the show is a love letter to all the human beings out there, from all the flora and fauna belonging to the great National Parks. Let’s save our Earth together, and fight just not for human rights, but also for the birthright of all living organisms belonging to Earth. The series consists of scenes with awe-inspiring footage of difficult-to-find animals and gorgeous landscapes. So, let’s get ready on your couch with your family to join the mission of saving Earth.

So, before switching to Netflix, here is a guide to all the national parks mentioned in the series.

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Guide to all the National Parks

  • Loango National Park: This park is on the Atlantic coast of Gabon in Central Africa. It has beaches, forests, savannas, and wetlands, and is known as the land of surfing hippos.
  • Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park: This park is in the Melaky Region of northwest Madagascar. This park shares the home with the rock iguana.
  • Yakushima National Park: This park is on the Kyushu island in Japan. This park shares a home with mountains and the Japanese macaque.
  • Yellowstone National Park: This park is located in Wyoming in the United States. And is very popular for its huge number of the bison population.
  • Manuel Antonio National Park: This one is located on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and is famous for its three-fingered sloth.

Some more:

  • Kakadu National Park: This park is located in the Northern Territory of Australia. And is famous for its elusive crocodile.
  • Great Barrier Reef: Located in Australia, it is the world’s largest coral system.
  • Volcanoes National Park: This park is located in Rwanda, popular for its volcanoes and rainforests. This is also home to the endangered mountain gorillas.
  • Torres del Paine: Located in the Patagonia, and also home to pumas and the guanaco.
  • Cerro Castillo National Park: Located in the Aysén Region, and also home to the endangered Andean condor, the largest prey bird in the world.
  • Conguillío National Park: Located in the Andreas, and home to the Llaima volcano and Araucaria.
  • Laguna San Rafael National Park: Located on the Pacific coast of southern Chile and home to the San Rafael glacier.
  • Diego Ramírez Islands: Located in subantarctic islands, and home to grey-headed and black-browed albatrosses and penguins.
  • Tsavo National Park: Located in Kenya, the oldest and largest park. This park is home to big animals like lions, black rhinos, cape buffalo, elephants, and leopards.
  • Monterey Bay National Marina Sanctuary: Located in California, USA. The most interesting feature of this park is fully aquatic and home to elephant seals, orcas, southern sea otters, gray whales, and sea nettles jellyfish.
  •  Gunung Leuser National Park: Located in northern Sumatra, Indonesia, and home for Sumatran orangutans, Sumatran tiger and the Sumatran rhinoceros.

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