Oceans make up approximately 70% of the planet's surface. Yet the marine world is the least explored and least understood of our planet. Thanks to cutting-edge technology, access has been gained to places never before filmed, surprising animal behaviors have been captured and new species have been discovered. Following in the footsteps of Blue Planet, released in 2001, BBC Earth presents an incredible and updated portrait of the unknown marine world, just when it is essential to take awareness of the critical moment of the ocean ecosystems. Over 4 years of production, more than 125 expeditions have been carried out in 39 countries. The recording teams spent more than 1,500 days at sea recording in all kinds of habitats: from our nearby coasts to the mysterious abyssal depths, from crowded coral reefs to inhospitable submarine deserts. The latest bubble- and noise-free diving technologies have allowed us to be closer to the animals for longer. Ultra-sensitive cameras have captured magical, almost imperceptible situations for the human eye. Probe cameras offer us a new perspective on the life of tiny creatures while high-speed devices to record slow-motion action give us a new perspective of powerful waves. Blue Planet II features Sir David Attenborough as narrator and the series soundtrack has been composed by Oscar winner Hans Zimmer. In addition, the British band Radiohead has collaborated with the German composer with a new version of their song Bloom.
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