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tea & reverie ☕️ 11h
We watched the first episode of tonight and my new life mission is to ensure that mummy walrus and her pup stay together forever
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asimplerlife Feb 14
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Jarett Hawkins Feb 21
shout out to David Attenborough
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Rachel halverson Feb 14
Watching , I swear I say "...they do not!" and "that is so cool!" every 5 minutes.
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eXXhibition (retweeting Candy Medusa) 20h
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💎Jordy Feb 21
This will not only help fund the prevention of plastics being dumped into our oceans. It also makes us understand where it's coming from and how we can help educate them on how to prevent it.
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andee green 16h
Replying to @TheLastLeg
Octopus puts its tentacles in the sharks gills to stop it breathing. Don’t you lot watch ?
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Alicia Stockman Feb 21
Is there a Bad Lip Reading for ?
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MVH Feb 19
“In the wild, fish are almost constantly mumbling”
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Peter Callaghan 14h
you've probably got loads of tweets, but a shark fights an octopus in blue planet II in the 5th episode.
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Stephanie Schenk Feb 15
NEVER trust an octopus
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MVH Feb 19
“Two separate pods of bottlenose dolphins independently learned to play gin rummy”
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Alex Koza Feb 15
I’m pretty sure all the fish in the dark depths of the ocean were created by mad scientists in heaven and God was just like “no one should ever have to see these creatures. Put them in the dark FOREVER.”
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King Philip Feb 19
I’m watching and there is a whole ass fish that when the female gets to old and big turns into a whole ass male fish 🤯
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sagittarian Feb 14
I hope all those classmates in elementary school who wanted to become a marine biologist rly did that bc im watching and just screaming at every other thing
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Andross Terranova Feb 20
Was watching & saw a bunch of Pennywise-eyed sixgill sharks eat a decaying sperm whale. That was kinda disturbing. Anyway, here's this freakin' guy.
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Richard M. Feb 13
Learning more about biology watching than in any classroom with a teacher and a book.
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Lucy Gilder Feb 13
Kids watching for the zillionth time and are still fascinated and question me every time. My 9yr old now knows more about myoglobin than my A level students! We can’t wait for the next instalment of David Attenborough documentaries!
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Blue Planet II Live Feb 21
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Ina Lefering Feb 20
Great to see so many people invested in protecting our oceans here in Scotland
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Dedridge P.S. Feb 22
Sycamore Class have been learning about plastic pollution and have been making short films using iMovies to raise awareness
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