The newly released Wild Pacific series, from the award-winning BBC Natural History Unit that brought you Planet Earth, is here (and we're giving away ten free copies of the DVD)! This breathtaking series shows some of the surprising effects that isolation has on life, as animals evolve and adapt to their surrounding environments in unique ways.
Leave a comment for a chance to win the series on DVD. We'll choose and announce ten random winners on August 21. Enjoy the gallery, drop us a line below, and good luck!
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Nice giveaway, but where's the gallery?
Thanks PopSci, you rock.
This series looks excellent! Can't wait to watch it.
Love all of the BBC documentary work. This would make a great addition to any collection!
Cool giveaway, wish the gallery worked! Guess it's good that it doesn't since I'm at work!
seems like the gallery doesn't work. the series looks really cool though!
This series was AMAZING! Mike Rowe was a great narrator. And the cinematography was spectacular. Watching it really made me and my wife want to travel to many of the places featured in the series. I can't believe some of the incredibly beautiful places there are in the Pacific!
I told several friends about the show but I'm afraid most missed it. Hopefully they'll catch it again later.
I agree with the comment above mine, Mike Rowe really surprised me by not adding in too many corny jokes. I'm on my way to becoming a marine biologist and programs like this remind why I chose such a profession.
It's great to see a program that gives us so many reasons why the wild is worth preserving.
Planet Earth was awesome... I'll be looking forward to checking this out.
I didn't get to see this yet...I would love to!
The few episodes I have seen were extremely interesting; it is great to have a wonderful medium such as Wild Pacific to learn about all of the incredible and unique environments of the Earth.
The BBC rocks! I cant wait to see this!
From what I've seen it's pretty good. Trying to go non-cable tv this year and this would definately soften the blow. :)
This looks awesome. There are so many creatures and unique locations in this world of ours, and we only have a lifetime to see them.
I would love to grab a copy of this series! I've seen most of the Planet Earth series in HD and it's very impressive and interesting. They do a great job with the cinematography and the presentation of the facts. Might be dropping the cable for a while so a hard copy would be sweet!
I have yet to see this documentary but own the Planet Earth box set and it is simply amazing. If everyone would simply sit down and watch these films they would finally realize what a wonderfully diverse and beautiful planet we live on. Conservation follows after better appreciation.
they should have a wild atlantic.
This would be way cool for my family.... Get my son more interested in the wonders this word has to offer.
What a fantastic gallery, wish we could make the pictures larger though to see more detail. Good luck everyone on winning the DVD!
Next best thing to diving the pacific!
I missed this? I would love to win a copy.
I can't wait to see this series. It's truly amazing to see the adaptations that species go through in order to survive. Think of the extremophiles found in the abyssopelagic and hadopelagic zone in the oceans and what these species must have had to do to adapt to such intense conditions. Thanks PopSci.
Looks fantastic! Hope it is as good as Planet Earth was!
I loved Planet Earth! I hope I get a chance to enjoy this also.
Hope this one is as good as the others! Love to have a copy!
I saw one episode it was awesome. Can't wait to see the rest!
Generic brown-nosing comment!
Ah you guys should give it away in a Blu-Ray edition also. That would be even beterrrrrrrr
The Planet Earth series was phenomenal and I can only presume that Wild Pacific will be just as fascinating. The biosphere has such wonderful diversity that most people are not able to explore on their own. Shows like this allow us to get a view of this hidden part of the world in an intimate sort of way while staying a safe distance. Excellent!