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Our Planet on Netflix

Our Planet on Netflix

David Attenborough does a great job with amazing photography. A real education

Mike83 | 22. kan 2019

Watching the changes worldwide is eye opening and pretty sad. We need to switch from fossil fuels to alternatives to avoid this disaster.

carlk | 22. kan 2019

I've watched both Blue Planet and Blue Planet II. Is this worth watching too? I thought there are a lot of common footages. At least that was the impression I got from the trailer.

Mike83 | 22. kan 2019

David Attenborough is 93 years old and puts all things in perspective explaining the web of life. Watching the animals do matching rituals, survival and how the web of life connects things is enlightening.
We are not alone and depend on the smallest of insects. Also watching how a plant traps a bee to attach pollen to it is remarkable. Watching whales roundup krill using bubbles show intelligence.This is better than Sci-Fi

Tesla-David | 22. kan 2019

I also watched and agree outstanding documentaries. David Attenborough is excellent in all his previous documentaries.

Tesla-David | 22. kan 2019

Our Planet stresses how much climate change is impacting our beloved planet, and the urgency for action.

andy.connor.e | 22. kan 2019

The planet doesnt care. If we intend to perpetuate our existence on it, then it is us who must care.

TranzNDance | 22. kan 2019

The planet will survive. Our species' survival is getting more questionable.

Mike83 | 22. kan 2019

Just enjoy what time we have left. Hopefully some sanity will return.

jimglas | 22. kan 2019

the earth will soon be rid of this temporary infestation by humans. We are but a blink of the eye in the life of our planet.

TranzNDance | 22. kan 2019

I didn't watch the whole series, but "Life After People" made me optimistic about the fate of the planet.