Climate Change Addressed In "Planet Earth II" With Jaw-Dropping Imagery

Wochit Headline News - Friday, 17 February 2017  (1 week ago)
A decade after the original, the BBC is releasing Planet Earth II, which features "jaw-dropping nature footage" along with "an environmental message." The seven-part documentary is narrated again by naturalist David Attenborough and will air on BBC America. The film "spans the globe" with the first five parts divided into "Islands," "Mountains," "Jungles," "Deserts" and "Grasslands.

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