Earth: One Amazing Day – BBC Earth

From BBC Earth Films, the studio that brought you Earth, comes the long-awaited sequel – Earth: One Amazing Day, an astonishing journey revealing the awesome power of the natural world, narrated by the Oscar-winning American movie icon, Robert Redford.

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20 thoughts on “Earth: One Amazing Day – BBC Earth”

  1. Is it really a lucky planet? I think this is like a false advertisement in which only the good things are exaggerated and bad things are hidden. When I see the animal kingdom, I feel sorry for them. I think they just keep living because death is just too more painful. Would you live in the wild where you have to constantly watch your surroundings and run for your life, or get bitten by insects and internal parasites, or may starve to death unless you spend most of your time on searching and eating food?

  2. I wouldn't call this the lucky planet if I were earth I'd get rid of humans I mean it must be annoying to have people Polluting you and drilling holes into you and constantly destroying you

  3. I saw several shots from Planet Earth 2… if they take the same footage and put it in this I will be disappointed .

  4. I think it's a shame that people are looking for heaven after death, why don't you see what we've got here is heaven. No ones seen the promised land yet most of humans are looking for a place which no ones seen.

  5. I love earth I love plants I love sun I love moon I love animals I love fishes I love lions I love birds I love pandas I love flowers 😙😙😙😙😙

  6. how much lucky we are to get a chance to witness something so beautiful and experience Life its beauty diversity.


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