Blue Planet

Series 2
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Series 2, Episode 7 - Our Blue Planet

4.0 5 x
The impact of humans on aquatic wildlife, from albatrosses unwittingly feeding their offspring plastic to communications between animals disrupted by noise.
1:00:00

Series 2, Episode 6 - Coasts

3.0 2 x
Footage of animals that live on the coast, including sea lions hunting for tuna, puffins bringing food back to their young, and a strange species of fish that hates water.
1:00:00

Series 2, Episode 5 - Green Seas

4.0 2 x
Footage of wildlife inhabiting underwater kelp forests, including thousands of giant cuttlefish spawning in a rocky reef and tiger sharks hunting for green turtles in seagrass.
1:00:00

Series 2, Episode 4 - Big Blue

4.0 2 x
Wildlife that live thousands of kilometres from land, featuring footage of baby turtles using debris as life rafts and sperm whales hunting for squid deep beneath the surface.
1:00:00

Series 2, Episode 3 - Coral Reefs

4.0 3 x
Creatures that live on coral reefs, including groupers, predators with a grasp of communication that has led scientists to conclude they're as intelligent as chimpanzees.
1:00:00

Series 2, Episode 2 - The Deep

3.0 2 x
Creatures that live in volcanic hot spots on the ocean bed, areas that reach temperatures hot enough to melt lead and which may hold the secrets behind all life on Earth.
1:00:00

Series 2, Episode 1 - One Ocean

3.0 4 x
Marine life around the world, from dolphins and tusk fish in a tropical coral reef to walruses struggling to cope with the impact of climate change on the polar north.
Series 1
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 8 - Coasts

3.0 2 x
David Attenborough explains in his own inimitable way how animals from in and around the sea manage to make use of the constantly changing areas where land meets water.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 7 - Tidal Seas

4.0 3 x
A history of the deep seas, narrated by Sir David Attenborough. How do the tides affect marine life like stingrays, snails and dolphins? Find out here.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 6 - Coral Seas

3.0 2 x
Stunning film sequences and unusual life-forms abound in Sir David Attenborough's natural history of the oceans, which covers the fragile ecosystems of the coral reefs.
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