Planet Earth 2006

this is the most expensive nature documentary series ever commissioned by the BBC, and the first to be filmed in high definition.Emmy Award-winning, 11 episodes, 5 years in the making

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Planet Earth 2006

Planet Earth 2006

Planet Earth 2006

Planet Earth 2006

Planet Earth 2006

Epsoides

Num Epsoide Date Story
01 From Pole to Pole 25 Mar. 2007 “Planet Earth” travels around the Earth, finding where the sun always shines and where it’s rarely seen. Next, they find where water is abundant and where it’s scarce.
02 Mountains 25 Mar. 2007 Mountains are the most prominent products of the immense forces which shape the living planet: tectonic drift, volcanic activity and erosion by wind, water, frost and precipitation.
03 Fresh Water 15 Apr. 2007 Although merely 3% of water on earth, fresh water plays an important part in the planet’s weather and erosion.
04 Caves 22 Apr. 2007 The Earth’s large, deep calcareous caves are virtually inaccessible and therefore barely explored – requiring expert diving where flooded.
05 Deserts 1 Apr. 2007 A large and growing part of earth’s land mass is covered in desert – each one widely varied in composition and dryness.
06 Ice Worlds 1 Apr. 2007 The polar caps have the most extreme seasonal contrasts, growing and melting vast ice masses, so wildlife adapts by annual migrations. The majority of Antartica is a vast barren permafrost.
07 Great Plains 8 Apr. 2007 A quarter of the earth’s land mass, from arctic to tropical, are open plains consisting of lowland as well as highland plateaus
08 Jungles 8 Apr. 2007 On 3% of the Earth’s surface, the rain forest is the habitat for half our animal species, even 80% of insects.┬áSo its wildlife is most competitive, like the birds of paradise’s mating.
09 Shallow Seas 8 Apr. 2007 Shallow seas cover only 8% of earth’s surface, but contain the richest, most varied maritime life: from plankton and coral
10 Seasonal Forests 22 Apr. 2007 Trees are earth’s largest organisms and are also one of the planet’s oldest inhabitants.
11 Ocean Deep 25 Mar. 2007 Open ocean, a vast biotope covering two thirds of the planet, some shallow, some as deep as the mountain ranges are high

epic documentary series, filmed over four years across 64 different countries.

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