Filmed in one of the most extreme and hard-to-reach locations in the world, 'Galapagos' explores the unique environments and species of the Galapagos. It will take viewers on a voyage to ... See full summary »
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3D technology reveals a whole new dimension in the lives of plants, from the most bizarre to the most beautiful. In this sensational series, shot over the course of a year, David ... See full summary »
David Attenborough revisits the Great Barrier Reef after nearly 60 years. His visit takes him from the most exposed part of the reef as well as down to 300m below the surface discovering corals never seen before.
When I sat down to watch this movie I thought I would be watching another wildlife programme but how wrong was I.The camera shots were out of this world and how they managed them I cannot imagine.The shots of the killer whales separating the baby whale from its mother defies logic and the Emperor penguins shooting out of the water like mini rockets has to be seen.The highlight of the show to me was the deep sea creatures who can generate their own light and the diversity of them can not be imagined.I thought The blue planet was a classic piece of photography but it has no comparison to this film which has both Aeriel and underwater shots of the highest magnitude.I would say to anyone who enjoys wildlife programmes to watch this film .
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