Blue Planet II by James HoneyborneTake a deep breath and dive into the mysteries of the ocean.
Our understanding of ocean life has changed dramatically in the last decade, with new species, new behaviours, and new habitats being discovered at a rapid rate. Blue Planet II, which accompanies an epic 7-part series on BBC1, is a ground-breaking new look at the richness and variety of underwater life across our planet.
From ambush hunters such as the carnivorous bobbit worm to cuttlefish mesmerising their prey with a pulsating light display, Blue Planet II reveals the never-before-seen secrets of the ocean. With over 200 breath-taking photographs and stills from the BBC Natural History Units spectacular footage, each chapter of Blue Planet II brings to life a different habitat of the oceanic world. Voyages of migration show how each of the oceans on our planet are connected; coral reefs and arctic ice communities are revealed as thriving underwater cities; while shorelines throw up continual challenges to those living there or passing through. A final chapter explores the science and technology of the Ocean enterprise – not only how they were able to capture these amazing stories on film, but what the future holds for marine life based on these discoveries.
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It premiered on 12 September in the United Kingdom. It is narrated by David Attenborough. Described as "the first ever comprehensive series on the natural history of the world's oceans",  each of the eight minute episodes examines a different aspect of marine life. The underwater photography included creatures and behaviour that had previously never been filmed. Attenborough narrated this series before presenting the next in his 'Life' series of programmes, The Life of Mammals , and the same production team created Planet Earth
Wildlife documentary series, presented and narrated by David Attenborough, exploring the planet's oceans. All available episodes 7 total. All previous episodes. Main content. Blue Planet II Wildlife documentary series, presented and narrated by David Attenborough, exploring the planet's oceans.
T he life of a conservationist often feels like one long struggle, taking little-known challenges and trying to make them mainstream. How do environmental issues move from niche interests to global concerns? The explosion of action on marine plastics has been a success story on an unprecedented scale. Having worked in conservation for more than 20 years, I was delighted by the sea-change in attitudes. But, like other environmentalists , I am concerned that other challenges are not getting the attention or resources they need. Crucially, all those involved in communicating what is happening to our seas must seek to inspire people as well as alarm them.
The Blue Planet is a British nature documentary series created and produced by the BBC. It premiered on 12 September in the United Kingdom.
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Sign in. The deep sea, which gets darker with increasing depth until no more sunlight penetrates at about a kilometer depth, and ever colder closer to the bottom of the ocean, covers most of the planet and is The ocean's influence dominates the world's weather systems and supports an enormous range of life. This first episode demonstrates the sheer scale, power and complexity of the "Blue Planet". Coral reefs are the rainforests of the sea; fish compete for food, territory and mates within this oasis of life. Incredible time-lapse photography shows the dramatic formation of a coral reef,