In some Panama City sailor hump hump bar or is this getaway day, and your last shot at his whiskey. These titles only play in one region unless noted otherwise. Island Worlds With little competition, an island existence may seem idyllic, but isolation comes at a price. New technology has allowed individual stories to be captured in an unparalleled level of detail. Why not just go there? Wow, I love nature; all of it! Essential concepts: Ecosystems, abiotic factors, biotic factors, adaptations, grasslands, savanna, prairie, tundra. This episode is a good choice if you are studying coastal ecosystems.
These tyrants, via their bankers and technocrats, gave us capitalism and communism and have raped and pillaged this world with the blood and sweat of the people -- the people who've never really been given a fair chance to live independent lives in tune with nature. Deserts - This episode features the unique desert life on the planet, including animals that have to withstand lack of water. But as a result this is the most competitive arena, home to a huge diversity of life. However, one emotional segment tracks sea turtle hatchings that become disoriented by beach lights and begin moving towards the city instead of the ocean. Meanwhile, as spring arrives in the Arctic, polar bear cubs take their first steps into a world of rapidly thawing ice.
Malthus has long been thoroughly discredited, but his belief in the necessity of decreasing the surplus population by any means lives on through the funding of the globalist masters who want to institute a feudal paradise at our expense. It is beyond me how someone, anyone, can look at this with anything other than awe, admiration and wonder. . It also includes massive migrations and huge hunts made by some of the fierce predators that roam there. Jungles - With incredible angles from high-definition cameras, this episode shows us the habitat which may only cover three percent of the planet's surface, but is home to more than half the species in the world, from how chimpanzees live, to the many different types of rare birds.
Attenborough the borough of Aton starts with the overpopulation theory and it's such a tragedy that this man is virtually the only voice 'authorised' with the huge budgets and technology to bring us such quality observations. New technology has allowed individual stories to be captured in an unparalleled level of detail. I was knocked off my socks. I find it a shame some people are just that indoctrinated to filter out the essence of these films, and no, for God's sake maybe a bit unfortunate expression , it's not an interpretation! Adapting to new ways of life takes time. My prayer is that you, who for whatever reason, have chosen to turn a blind eye to the wonderment of God's creation so much that you formulate conspiricy theories, find peace and joy in your own mind. During Antarctica's winter, emperor penguins endure four months of darkness, with no food, in temperatures of? Fresh water has shaped the Earth while carving gorges, valleys, and great waterfalls, and in this episode, we witness the unique presence of distinct animals such as crocodiles and otters.
This episode shows tropical savannas, prairies, and Arctic tundras. Sell crazy someplace else, we're all stocked up here. Mountains - This episode gives you a tour of some the many vast mountain ranges in the world, including the Andes and the Himalayas. General electric owns cbs some other conglomerate owns time warner-so we see millions in the Green Party ignored or ridiculed but the Tea Party and Sarah Palin-all news all the time. For the first time viewers are immersed in incredible landscapes, allowing them to share the most dramatic moments in the lives of animals. However, life is still very hard in the jungle due to the tremendous competition for resources, which is what this episode focuses on. Let us use the knowledge and obvious love given to us through this and many other documentaries in order reshape our planet to ideally benefit all its inhabitants, together Ar eyou kidding they are among the few who get to travel to such area's.
There is a conspiracy section here, you know? Hopefully some day soon you can look at this again and see it for what it is. Supernatural freaks, the lot of them. Island Worlds With little competition, an island existence may seem idyllic, but isolation comes at a price. Essential concepts: Ecosystems, abiotic factors, biotic factors, adaptations, urbanization, urban ecosystem. The footage in this series is utterly breathtaking and bears witness to the unfathomable majesty of life and landscape on this planet. Humanity must die off and reduce its carbon footprint. Much effort went into the production even after the footage was shot.
Essential concepts: Ecosystems, abiotic factors, biotic factors, adaptations, islands, reproductive isolation. Essential concepts: Ecosystems, abiotic factors, biotic factors, adaptations, rainforest, tropical forest, canopy, forest floor, food chain, symbiosis. High Worlds Only the toughest can survive in a place half way towards outer space. If Attenborough had worked to educate people on the dangers of these multinationals and the abuse of the earth and the ocean. Due to the reproductive isolation of the animals that have colonized islands, there are many unusual species and behaviors documented by this episode. It will be extremely difficult to replace this legend, I believe he has well and truly established himself in the history books. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome.
There are a total of 7 episodes of Planet Earth, six of which focus on a specific biome with the seventh being a compilation. Am putting it in because it is funny, and I write it without prejudice. New technology has allowed individual stories to be captured in an unparalleled level of detail. Fresh Water - Although only three percent of the Earth is fresh water, there is no lack of animals living in those particular habitats. . Also introducing you to the different types of caves, from underground caves, to underwater caves, this episode brings Planet Earth to a fascinating end.
For the first time viewers are immersed in incredible landscapes, allowing them to share the most dramatic moments in the lives of animals. It also takes a look at the teams of other aquatic life that live in these calm waters where sunlight reaches the seabed, including beautiful coral reefs. It also shows you that like desert creatures, these animals have certain skills that are necessary for survival in such harsh climates. But as a result this is the most competitive arena, home to a huge diversity of life. Fine, but that's not the way you can prove things because to prove things you need to stop follow your believings, whitch are emotions, and focus on the elementary causations in what you see action-reaction , otherwise there is no way of explanation! Caves - This episode introduces you to one of the most mysterious habitats in the world, where not many have ever been: caves. Tip for teachers: Use closed captioning! Except this time, it's for survival in some of the coldest areas in the world.
Shallow Seas - This episode follows certain creatures such as humpback whales in their journey for food in the shallow seas of the planet. The music in the film was specially composed for it. Five years in production, with over 2,000 days in the field, using 40 cameramen filming across 200 locations, and shot entirely in high definition, Planet Earth is an unparalleled portrait of the third rock from the sun. Seeing them in text makes it much easier for the students to follow! Still I i think this doesnt happen enough in research, where researcher's often have to much standard explanations because of proven stuff which exclude an other way of solve problems in generally! For the first time viewers are immersed in incredible landscapes, allowing them to share the most dramatic moments in the lives of animals. This episode also discusses some of the differences between the individual layers of the rainforest, such as the canopy. It's very likely the best natural history documentary ever produced; at least it's the best I've ever seen. The narration, dramaturgy, cuts, sound recording - everything is brilliant.