Seven Worlds, One Planet

Last night’s first episode of Seven Worlds, One Planet was stunningly beautiful. If you missed it, then catch up with it on BBC iPlayer (link above) I recommend.

There was noticeably more in this first episode about threats to the wildlife on which our eyes were feasting than is normal – that’s a good thing, and wasn’t rammed down our throats. At least, that’s how I felt about it.

One of the short stories included in the episode was about Grey-headed Albatrosses – coincidentally a species covered by Tim Melling here on Saturday – click here for more information from Tim on the species.

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1 Reply to “Seven Worlds, One Planet”

  1. I found the fact that they have no sensory connection to their offspring whatsoever extremely interesting - especially given they kept emphasising how 'strong' the bond was. (I mean, how strong can a bond be if you do not recognise your child by sight, smell or sound!)


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