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David Attenborough is a part of The Year Earth Changed
David Attenborough is a part of The Year Earth Changed
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The Telegraph   |   Published 21.04.21, 05:34 AM

The Year Earth Changed

Showcasing exclusive footage from around the world after an unprecedented year, the documentary special The Year Earth Changed is a timely effort that takes a fresh new approach to the global lockdown and the uplifting stories that have come out of it. From hearing birdsong in deserted cities, to witnessing whales communicating in new ways, to encountering capybaras in South American suburbs, people all over the world have had the chance to engage with nature like never before. In the one-hour special, viewers will witness how changes in human behavior — reducing cruise ship traffic, closing beaches a few days a year, identifying more harmonious ways for humans and wildlife to co-exist — can have a profound impact on nature. The documentary, narrated by David Attenborough, is a love letter to planet earth, highlighting the ways nature bouncing back can give us hope for the future.

Tiny World
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Returning for season two, Tiny World, narrated and executive produced by Paul Rudd (Ant-Man), gives viewers a unique perspective into the natural world, illuminating the ingenuity and resilience of the planet’s smallest creatures. With over 200 species filmed and 3,160 hours of footage, the six-episode docu-series shares surprising stories and spectacular cinematography that spotlight small creatures and the extraordinary things they do to survive. Captured on film for the first time are anemone shrimp, which clap to signal their intent as cleaners of predatory fish; the “biting” behaviour of fang blenny fish, filmed in slow-motion with unprecedented use of phantom high-speed cameras; and Etruscan shrews, known to be the hungriest mammals on earth.

Earth At Night In Color

The groundbreaking original series returns for a second season with six all-new episodes narrated by Tom Hiddleston (Avengers). With the use of cutting-edge cameras and a revolutionary post-production process, Earth At Night In Color presents nature’s nocturnal wonders with striking new clarity.



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