Corals build themselves homes of limestone in the warm, clear, shallow seas of the tropics. Their reefs occupy less than one tenth of one per cent of the ocean floor, yet they are home to a quarter ...
Nearly a generation after the acclaimed Blue Planet documentary was released, David Attenborough returns to narrate this groundbreaking sequel/reboot. Blue Planet ll focuses more heavily on mankind's influence on the world's oceans through both global pollution and climate change. This series features a variety of revolutionary segments never before seen in a video documentary, including: cuttlefish that hypnotize crabs to stun them, giant trevally that leap out of the water to catch low flying birds, and newly discovered dancing yeti crabs.Written by
Jakob E. Ferguson
Watching this masterpiece of a documentary, I do believe that, if we all contribute and change our way of life to a more respectful and sustainable way, the oceans and the planet still will have a chance to survive the human species. This documentary it should be shown in every school and broadcasting worldwide, so everyone could appreciate the raw beauty of our planet and that we have to do EVERYTHING in our power to save it, starting from NOW. There is still hope, we just have to believe and fight for it, It is worth it.
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