Planet Earth Episode 5 Deserts | BBC Documentary

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Planet Earth Episode 5 Deserts | BBC Documentary

Planet Earth Episode 5 Deserts | BBC Documentary

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26 thoughts on “Planet Earth Episode 5 Deserts | BBC Documentary”

  1. The ending of this episode left me with foreboding. The plague of locusts, eating machines on a vast scale — never spells anything good for other species. The upsides throughout were the fogs and flash floods that bring the desert back to life. Relief.

  2. I was watching h2o delirious and my uncle saw and he said not to watch gta and he put dis on but I like this a lot! Also subscribe to 'H2o Delirious' πŸ˜β˜ΊοΈπŸ˜„

  3. What can locus do good and brings for human species….??? I know one thing bad those insects destroy human crops…

  4. Snow on the desert, very wierd…we see it a lot outside Primm, Nv, during the winter of course…quit odd to see cactus covered in snow.

  5. The first episode I ever watched, recorded by my dad on VHS for me(although the first 10 or so minutes got cut off)

    It's also my favorite episode. Ah, memories…

    Also, who's excited for Planet Earth 2?

  6. It fascinates me that Gelado Baboons survive mainly on grass. They are going to evolve to look so incredibly different in the next couple million years–Snouts will rearrange themselves as canines turn into molars, eyes will likely begin to creep towards the sides of their heads rather than the front–It's just going to be so interesting.
    Of course, this is given the species survives for that long. With the Ethiopian Wolf being the most endangered large carnivore in Africa as well as a major factor in the Gelado Baboon's population numbers, it will be interesting to see what happens from here. We need conservation efforts in order to see what amazing changes are in store for the animals we witness.

  7. I've watched this about 100 times and it still gives me goosebumps! This looks beautiful already, I can't wait to see the real thing and learn something new too!

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