Watched the second part last night, and as a climber I found the footage of walruses tumbling and falling to their deaths down a cliff face quite disturbing. Even more disturbing was the reason for this brought about indirectly by climate change.
This current series is very hard hitting. Let's hope it will make more people think.
Wasn't that scene part of his Netflix documentary, "Our Planet"?
Does anyone know if it is the same series, or just a bit of recycled footage? I have not had the chance to watch Seven Worlds yet, but might put it on the back burner if it is the same as the Netflix stuff.
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