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Friday, February 17, 2017

The BBC nature series Planet Earth II doesn't debut on BBC America until Saturday, but one of its scenes has already been viewed online more than 9 million times. The two-minute clip shows a baby iguana running for its life through a pit of hungry snakes. (Does he make it? Watch the clip below to find out ...)

Planet Earth II uses all the narrative devices of narrative film-making -- there's emotional scoring, heavy editing and most crucially, an individual animal's struggle to survive.

Narrated by famed naturalist David Attenborough, Planet Earth was one of the first blockbuster high-definition TV shows a decade ago. Now, it's filmed in ultra-high-def. Drones and light-weight steady cams bring viewers right up next to animals.




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SO looking forward to this! :D

#1 | Posted by SheepleSchism at 2017-02-17 12:57 PM | Reply

Fake news.

#2 | Posted by memyselfini at 2017-02-17 01:25 PM | Reply

Long live David Attenborough! I cherish this BBC series and love his narrations.

#3 | Posted by GOnoles92 at 2017-02-17 05:33 PM | Reply

I don't have satellite anymore or cable either. But I'd love to watch this. I guess I'll have to buy Blu Rays, or pirate....

#4 | Posted by woe_is_W at 2017-02-17 07:46 PM | Reply

Holy sh--! That was awesome!

Definitely will be watching for this.

BTW anyone know where that rock outcrop from hell is?

#5 | Posted by jpw at 2017-02-17 09:32 PM | Reply

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