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Monster Hunter: World through the lens of a nature documentary

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You won't catch this on BBC One

Well, someone had to do it!

Monster Hunter: World's lush setting and vicious ecosystem make it an ideal candidate for the faux nature documentary treatment. Here's YouTube user DRBC007 putting on his best David Attenborough impression for an up-close look at the peculiar inhabitants of the Ancient Forest.

I'm a few episodes into Blue Planet II now that it's airing in the United States, so I'm particularly in the mood for this send-up of Monster Hunter right now. If you dig the video, there's more to come.

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