Seven Worlds, One Planet (BBC) Rated NR

The Earth has seven continents, each with its own climate, terrain, and unique animal life. This series showcases each of the continents’ unique characteristics. Starring David Attenborough and Peter Drost.

The program showcases the wildlife living and surviving in the wilderness. Its brilliant cinematography showcases the animals. It also highlights how animals are adaptable, as are humans. It’s true Attenborough, claiming we are destroying the Earth. Although, the animals are amazing as they try to survive with our help. I did notice that they used the same footage over and over again – not much new footage. It’s a show that has its drawbacks but is beautifully shot and worth a watch.

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1 Response to Seven Worlds, One Planet (BBC) Rated NR

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