Four years in the making, this is the earth celebrated as never before.
Scale majestic mountains, explore waterways and caves, starlit deserts and spectacular ice-worlds. See awe-inspiring landscapes from all across the globe and incredible footage of the rarely spotted, almost mythical creatures that live in these habitats.
The Blue Planet blew audiences away with its footage of the alien-like depths of the ocean. Now track great migrations, witness split-second actions, and watch amazing footage of land-based animals in their natural habitats, whether on a mountain top, in the remotest of deserts, or the darkest depths of the forest floor.
This is the definitive look at the diversity of our planet, narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
Prepare to be overwhelmed by the beauty of Planet Earth.
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Planet Earth takes you on a tour of its mightiest ranges, from the birth of a mountain at one of the earth's lowest places, and ending at the summit of Everest.
Take an epic journey and follow the descent of the planet's mightiest rivers from their mountain sources to the sea.
Deserts cover a third of the earth's land surface, and despite appearing lifeless from space, a closer look reveals a very different picture.
A journey to the polar extremes of our planet, where for most of the year the Arctic and Antarctic are locked in ice.
The vast open wildernesses of African savannah, Asian steppe, Arctic tundra and North American prairie are the great plains of the planet.
Jungles cover roughly three per cent of our planet, yet contain a staggering 50 per cent of the world’s species.
The newly discovered coral reefs in tropical Indonesia are home to fantasy-like creatures, such as the head-butting pygmy seahorse, the flashing electric clam and bands of 30-strong sea snakes, using cunning strategy to hunt in packs.
From the evergreen forests of the frozen north to the deciduous dry forests of the equator, Seasonal Forests reveals the greatest woodlands on earth.
Oceans cover two thirds of the planet, yet remain largely unexplored. For animals that dwell on the surface or within the deepest abyss, finding food and conserving energy is paramount.