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Poonam Singh

London: One of the world’s most famous environmentalists, Sir David Attenborough, who loves discovering remote lands and mysterious species for TV audiences since the 1950s is once again back with a BBC and Discovery series “A Perfect Planet”.

In his trademark voiceovers — warm, calm and full of contagious fascination for the natural world, Attenborough has recorded the five-part series which will premier Sunday 3 January 2021 at 8:00 pm on BBC Earth.

“This year perhaps more than ever, people are finding comfort and solace in the natural world. Whilst we may not be able to travel, we can take a few moments to enjoy our wonderful and diverse planet in this incredible footage, " said David Attenborough to BBC Science Focus Magazine while commenting on the series prequel.

“Oceans, sunlight, weather and volcanoes – together these powerful yet fragile forces allow life to flourish in astonishing diversity. They make Earth truly unique – a perfect planet. Our planet is one in a billion, a world teeming with life. But now, a new dominant force is changing the face of Earth: humans. To preserve our perfect planet we must ensure we become a force for good, ” BBC Science Focus Magazine quoted Attenborough.

According to BBC Science Focus Magazine 'A Perfect Planet' was 4 years in the making, filmed in 31 countries across 6 continents. The crew of over 200 people took over 3,000 hours of footage, witnessing 6 volcanic eruptions at featured locations.

Notably, Attenborough is known for his television series such as Life on Earth, The Secret Life of Plants, Living Planet, and so many more.

Here is the promo of the most anticipated environmental documentary in recent past | WATCH

https://youtu.be/635uup08DLU

 

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