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Raptor Man Nov 18
Hey can we expect to see any time soon, or is going to take up the documentary spotlight?
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OceanX Nov 14
When a female kobudai reaches a certain size, she can change sex and compete for the right to mate with females. 📷: Tony Wu for the BBC.
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Laurie Winkless Nov 18
28. is a profof polar oceanography . As you might expect, his feed mostly focuses on ice 😊 and he shares really interesting research that I wouldn't come across otherwise. Oh and he worked on & !
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Nadine Dereza Nov 19
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greendaisy Nov 18
Oh dear looks like I'll have to stop shopping with you. Haven't you seen ?
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Lancashire Shredding Nov 19
So nice to see using biodegradable glasses at Kendal Mountain Festival. Tumblers made from renewable cornstarch for other packaging & cups
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greendaisy 7h
so sad to see that yet again your Christmas shelves are stocked with things encouraging people to continue buying heaps of plastic. Haven't you seen or ?
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Nik Nov 19
Replying to @BBCEarth
I realised I could never watch nature programmes again after willing the sea snake to make it out the brine lake during Penguin chicks would have killed me off with my emotional investment - this warms my heart x
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Ha na na na na na Nov 13
I deeply identify with Sea Cucumbers.
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Katrina Borrow Nov 16
Ah yes, bobbit. Still lurking in my nightmares since 😱😱😱 You're right - there are worse things to be than a !
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Gates Underwater Products 5h
Natural History filmmaking at its most creative!!🔥 Jason Isley captured Roger Munns filming clown fish in their tiny habitat for with a custom made slider for their and camera
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Ha na na na na na Nov 13
I’ve said it before and I will say it again. Fish teeth are weird
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Ha na na na na na Nov 13
Cuttlefish are balls to the wall insane.
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Chris Rees Nov 18
Replying to @NespressoUK
Nice but are they still made of plastic or have you decided to change to something I can compost of not change your ways we only have 1 planet and our time is running out. Change your ways
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Gina New Nov 18
Thank you! 👏🏻 For the opportunity to see the world they live in and for saving some of them from a terrible fate. Shows like / show the beautiful & cruel side to nature. We’re very lucky to see this and it’s been an eye opening and gripping documentary!
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PeaceEnvoy Nov 19
Replying to @JimMFelton
Sorry, didn't mean to sound annoyed. Some say Attenborough isn't saying enough on . I'm inclined to agree, but at least with & he seems to be moving in the right direction.
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Diddles Nov 12
is a masterpiece.
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@dawntibble Nov 12
Great news. A good start to ending the illegal trade and protect our wildlife from extinction. Next shark fin , Sun bears, trophy hunting, and habitat destruction!
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Rosson H. Esquire Nov 17
nowadays, with the knowledge of what plastic is doing to our planet and the oceans, shouldn’t you be pushing for your professional athletes to use reusable instead of throw away water bottles?
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Jordan Whitmarsh Nov 13
Presumably the broadcasters are regulated under different rules. Which makes sense because and etc are not trying to sell you anything, their purpose is solely education (and cynically, entertainment).
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