Recently I've been watching a lot of David Attenborough's documentaries where they film wild animals. They'll show you the life of certain creatures and often follow them to share their story with the viewers. One of the things that was hard for me to watch was starving animals that were really struggling to find food. A story of lions in particular where many of the cubs were left behind and they filmed this. They were very thin and didn't have the energy to carry on so the rest of the lionesses/cubs went on without them. They have stated that they don't like to intervene with nature - no matter what the situation. It has been hard for them to film, especially when they can see an animal is slowly dying. It just upset me to watch because I would have wanted to help them - even if it was just to give them food. My question to you is this - if you were filming a documentary on wild animals and saw one was hurt/hungry/dying etc, would you help it or leave it and let nature run its course?