Sailfish video


This 17 May 2017 video says about itself:

Sailfish Are Master Hunters – Planet Earth – BBC Earth

Stunning footage of Sailfish three metres long closing in on prey. Ever the resourceful hunter, they will only use just enough energy to make their kill, never wasting a fin stroke. What is more remarkable is how they can change colour to warn their companions or confuse their prey.

Strange cave animals


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Troglobites: Strange Cave Specialists – Planet Earth – BBC Earth

31 March 2017

Many caves are like islands, cut off from the outside world and other known civilization. This isolation has resulted in the evolution of various strange creatures. These species range from the blind salamander to the Belizean white crab and are considered cave specialists and are better known as troglobites.

Nature makes people happy, video


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8 March 2017

A new study from BBC Earth and the University of California has revealed that watching nature documentaries can make you happier, so we’re on a mission to bring real happiness to as many people as possible by improving their connection to nature. You can find out more here.

Banded pipefish breeding video


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Breeding Habits Of The Banded Pipefish – Blue Planet – BBC Earth

5 March 2017

A fascinating glimpse into the breeding and courtship habits of the Banded Pipefish. With huge emphasis on shared parental responsibilities, we learn how the Pipefish is able to maximize the number of young it produces over the course of a year.

Humphead parrotfish video


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17 February 2017

A school of Humphead Parrotfish descend on the coral reef to feed and turn the age-old coral into a fine sand that, in turn, forms islands. Fascinating video from BBC natural history show Blue Planet. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough.

Colourful squid mating


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13 February 2017

Strange and unusual life inhabits the plankton rich seas of the underwater kelp forests. Watch this short video from BBC natural history series The Blue Planet to see the mating habits of amazing colour changing squid and the weird movements of the aptly named handfish.

Seabirds, jellyfish feed on plankton


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Weird Ocean Predators Feed On Plankton – Blue PlanetBBC Earth

5 February 2017

In the height of the day, Petrels perform a weird and wonderful dance on the sea surface to feed on yellow-fin tuna eggs and other tiny plankton. Once the sun has set, bizarre glowing jellyfish spring from the ocean depths to feed on the tiny life that floats on the waves.