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Sir David Attenborough invites us into 'The Green Planet'

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Sir David Attenborough invites us into 'The Green Planet' by Tree Elven on 10/01/2022
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Internationally renowned natural historian and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough, 95, invites us into 'The Green Planet', another of his spectacular documentaries on our natural environment. In conjunction with the British Broadcasting Company (BBC), the news series comes as a welcome distraction for many to get 2022 off to a good start. BBC Earth points out that 'The Green Planet' uses specialist cameras which document more than two decades of new discoveries, allowing the viewer "to travel beyond the power of the human eye, to look closer at the interconnected world of plants.... From deserts, tropical jungles and underwater worlds to seasonal lands and our own urban environment, each episode introduces a set of plants, reveals the battles they face, and the ingenious ways they’ve found to survive." Any of us who has gazed in irritation or wonder at tiny green shoots making their way up between cracks in city concrete will relate to this in different ways, as will those thirsty for relief, optimism and awe after so many months of intense screen-time focus on the Covid environment. What do you think of this trailer for a series throwing new light onto the unseen lives of plants on planet Earth? Some Londoners and visitors to the UK capital will have seen the transformation of Green Park Underground station into Green Planet as part of the promotions.

Keywords: The Green Planet trailer, Sir David Attenborough 2022, BBC Earth documentary, environmental documentaries, plant life on Earth

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