Birds of paradise are one of David Attenborough's lifelong passions. He was the first to film many of their beautiful and often bizarre displays, and over his lifetime he has tracked them ... See full summary »
Spycams sneak within a paw's swipe of the world's largest land predators - Polar bears. Polar Bear Spy on the Ice gets closer than ever before to these charismatic bears and reveals their astonishing intelligence and curiosity.
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.
I have given my eyes and mind this great opportunity to indulge themselves in this marvelous achievement by the BBC.
The cutting edge technology used for the filming is just breathtaking, revealing the innermost behavior of these gorgeous animals. The scenes are just delights for the eyes to feast on.
Why would anyone want to watch all the wanton violence and gratuitous sex scenes in the ever stacking piles of crummy series churned out to promulgate decadence in the audience when there are rare gems like this to steer our eyes toward the beauties of the world? I also extol efforts of the crew behind creation of this precious gemstone, keep up the great work.
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