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The Blue Planet: Introduction (2001)

Submersible being lowered into the sea for filming of The Blue Planet
Submersible being lowered into the sea for filming of The Blue Planet

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Donor: Nature Picture Library
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Photo credits

Copyright Holder: David Shale
Photographer: David Shale

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The Blue Planet: The Deep (2001)
The Blue Planet: Introduction (2001)
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The biggest animal to have ever lived
The biggest animal to have ever lived
Sardines in a ball of bubbles
Sardines in a ball of bubbles
The diversity of life within the oceans
The diversity of life within the oceans
Arribada
Arribada
Clips
Crew being lowered into sea in submersible for filming of The Blue Planet
Crew being lowered into sea in submersible...
Peter Scoones filming captive bluefin tuna for The Blue Planet
Peter Scoones filming captive bluefin tuna...
Scaffold tower for filming beluga whales for Blue Planet
Scaffold tower for filming beluga whales...
Simon King filming a flatback turtle laying eggs on a beach for The Blue Planet
Simon King filming a flatback turtle laying...
Submersible being lowered into the sea for filming of The Blue Planet
Submersible being lowered into the sea for...
Simon King filming a black-browed albatross nesting colony for The Blue Planet
Simon King filming a black-browed albatross...
Alastair Fothergill and Simon King on location in Russia filming for The Blue Planet
Alastair Fothergill and Simon King on location...
Ben Osborne recording the sound of a flatback turtle returning to sea for The Blue Planet
Ben Osborne recording the sound of a flatback...
Peter Scoones filming underwater for The Blue Planet
Peter Scoones filming underwater for The...