This has to be a must buy for any person that loves nature and it's amazing discoveries. I love this stuff it's relaxing and for an animal lover I have to turn my head in some parts but mostly it's just like nothing you can't be closer to than watching this stuff upfront seriously. I highly recommend anyone that loves the seas, animals, plants and so much more to buy this you won't regret BBC stuff and it's a guarantee take it from a guy that has tons of BBC Blu Ray's and is never disappointed in any of them.
We seem to be living in a world of major change these days. Not just our world but the whole entire planet Earth. With global climate change quite possibly being one of the greatest global changes to be witnessed by humans it is now more than ever important to realize how things are changing not only for us but for this wonderful one-and-only God-given planet we have been calling home. This series' focus rests on the incredible creatures that inhabit the variety of habitats in bodies of water and the current status of those environments. The depth, detail, and diversity of these episodes makes it well worth.
BBC does it again. If you liked Planet Earth, Blue Planet, Life, Africa, or any other nature series they've championed, it gets even better. The cinematography approach in this sequel to Blue Planet places you alongside the wildlife and right into their environment. The quality of wildlife photography and audiovisual content is superlative. Main themes focus on the struggles of each species and their compromised environment, a focus more glaring since the last series and with the rise in consciousness of climate change and human impact on our oceans.
Blue Planet II is even better than Blue Planet I. The clarity and closeness of all the video scenes of the sea-life is just spectacular. I specifically love the time-lapse and closeups of the sea creatures on the ocean floor (like sea stars, anemones, and urchins).