Episode 7 Added
Title: Blue Planet II
Release Date: 2017 (UK)
Video Format: BluRay 1080p / WEBRip 1080p / WEBRip 720p
Duration: On average, each episode is 58 minutes
Storyline Of Blue Planet 2 Mini Series 2017:
Sir David Attenborough returns to the ocean waters, showing an array of weird and wonderful creatures, some of which have never been filmed before.
There is no more powerful, generous, and more compelling place than the ocean. Join us and watch the biggest less known parts of our planet by downloading the blue planet’s blueprint. This serial documentary was filmed in about 200 locations and revealed the fact that, as most of the oceanic environments in the world have a lot of mysteries, the producer team faced many challenges. In addition to this, we have seen some weird behaviors that have occurred for the first time and have had a lot of scientific achievements. Producers of this documentary have come up with advanced equipment and have been backed up by many networks. The blue whales that were previously unknown to their immigration route were scanned in this document, and a lot of information was obtained by putting radio labels on it. The ocean had a tougher situation than other oceans, and more than 400 days of filming took place, and usually filming was unsuccessful. A group of admirers and residents of the Mexican oceanic coasts has also contributed a lot to the documentary and has witnessed a rapid pace in the production process of this documentary. A large group of hunters, such as sharks and dolphins, was hit by filthy baits, and sometimes these visits are very dangerous.
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Blue Planet II: Part 1 One Ocean
Director: David Attenborough
This part of the documentary depicts a picture of marine life in different environments in the north of the globe, starting with a shot of tropical coral reefs that have medicinal properties for dolphins. These corals are used as an instrument in marine fish. In Japan, there are sabotage ships that are related to Asian forests, and on the beaches, these sexually transmitted corals become sexually transmitted. Meanwhile, in northern provinces, they are trying to find ice floes to keep their puppets away from climate change in the area. These floating boards help the lions themselves to reach the environment.