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Santorini, Greece


The Ungasan Clifftop Resort, Bali


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The camera work in Planet Earth II is so good that it makes 2006’s Planet Earth look like it was filmed with a cellphone. The first episode of the six-part series premieres February 18. Like the original, each episode of Planet Earth II gives viewers an intimate look at a specific environment—from islands to mountains to cities—all narrated by 90-year-old David Attenborough and with music from Hans Zimmer. Part of the reason for the ten-year gap between series: it takes an unreal amount of time and logistics to capture shots worthy of what was the most-watched nature documentary when it premiered in the UK in November. The entire Planet Earth II crew shot footage in 40 different countries on 117 different filming trips. The second episode alone, from concept to final product, took more than three years to create. “Mountains” features dexterous ibex prancing on desert cliffs, golden eagles soaring in the Alps, and a scene that’s never been captured on camera before:

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