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The Blue Planet

  • 2001
  • Season 1
  • 8 episodes
  • Documentary and factual
  • Nature

Summary

Season 1 features dolphins herding mackerel, the fragile marine ecosystem of coral reefs, the effects of tides on marine life and green turtles making their annual egg-laying expedition.

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Episode 5: Seasonal Seas

Summary

An exploration of the world's most densely inhabited waters, where variations in temperature owing to the year-long cycle of the sun encourage a vast array of marine life, from seals and sharks in the winter, to lobster and salmon in the summer, dolphins in the autumn and the walking handfish in spring. Narrated by David Attenborough

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2001-10-10
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NarratorDavid Attenborough
Series producerAlastair Fothergill
ProducerAndy Byatt

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