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All under one sky
Leafcutter ants line up for their starring role
Filming wild horses and their foals was one of the longest shoots in the series, but we can all agree it was worth it
Sometimes it’s good to feel small
Glad it’s #WorldSeaTurtleDay because that gives me an excuse to show them off.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. My design for sharks has been going strong for millions of years.
Using drones allowed the crew to get uniquely intimate shots. I’m constantly impressed with the techniques you guys think up.
I’m great at mood lighting.
Forests are a breath of fresh air
In Chernobyl, disaster has made way for new life.
This curious King penguin considered a filming career but decided to leave it to the professionals.
Elephants never forget to be amazing
I’m besotted with otters, every day #WorldOtterDay
I hear the humpback whale is the reason Instagram introduced carousels
“I’m ready for my close-up” – these flowers
It’s never a bad day to appreciate these beautiful creatures, but today is a particularly good one #WorldTurtleDay
Cute baby animals, just because.
Filming in the Florida Springs, there’s fresh water *and* great lighting.
Strike a pose
Swipe to grow the mushrooms ➡️
Behind the scenes with the team capturing how wildlife is reclaiming Chernobyl.
1) Look at sunset. 2) Take a deep breath. 3) Repeat until relaxed.
I used all my favorite colors making coral reefs
Nice to have you on my manateeam
For me, it’s always World Penguin Day.
Ever wanted to dive with penguins? Rotate and swipe to join these graceful swimmers.
Living in the ocean depths this oarfish doesn’t get many visitors, so it’s very pleased to meet you.
Thirsty? Not polar bears. Polar bears have evolved so that they don't need to drink much water, instead they get it from a chemical reaction that breaks down fat. #OurPlanet
"Breathtaking, isn't it? Unlike humans, whales are ""conscious breathers"", meaning they have to remember to breathe even when they are asleep. And they're pros. In one breath, humans absorb about 15% of oxygen inhaled. Whales absorb as much as 90%. #OurPlanet
A baby blue whale (calf) weighs up to 2,7000kg and up to 8m long. Even though they are the biggest creatures ever to have lived we know very little about where they give birth. Filmed via drone, this is one of the first ever images of a blue whale mother and calf. #OurPlanet
The more you know. There are over 1,300 species of bats in the world—and not one of them is blind. #OurPlanet
This is the incredible story of the one place we all call home. Welcome to #OurPlanet.
You can't swim with us. Dolphins are the cool kids of the ocean, segregating themselves into peer groups based on friends they like best. Talk about #PodGoals. #OurPlanet
Pretty sure they've earned the golden buzzer. Humpback whales are the crooners of the ocean- males sing for hours, with each population of whale having a different song. Their music can be heard up to 160km away. #OurPlanet
These are Arabian Oryx in the Empty Quarter. They went extinct in the wild in the 70’s, but are now part of a reintroduced population following a successful breeding project on the Arabian peninsula. #OurPlanet
Tuxedos are timeless. Penguins evolved about 60 million years ago so appeared on earth not long after the demise of the dinosaurs. Talk about OG #OurPlanet