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Blue Planet II review: the ocean as you've never seen it before

Bird-eating fish, surfing dolphins, rafts of sea otters ... there are some extraordinary things going on under the sea, as David Attenborough's brilliant new series revealsA man stands at the front of a ship, looking out. DiCaprio? Soon to be joined by Winslet? And Dion: Every night in my dreams, I see you, I feel you ...Thankfully not, though this will be going the same way - deep down there. This man is older (91) and wiser. He is David Attenborough, of course, and this is Blue Planet II (BBC1). The sequel, 16 years on from the original, now technology has made it possible to go down further, get closer, see clearer, see for the first time whole new worlds. And as the oceans are changing faster than ever before, never has it been more important to understand what's going in them. It has been more than four years in the making, 125 expeditions, 39 countries, 6,000 hours diving underwater. So spit on your TV screen, rub with a squeaky finger to prevent fogging up, rinse and let's go ... Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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