Humpback whales were once hunted to the verge of extinction, but have bounced back from a population of just five thousand to over now over sixty thousand worldwide. Jonathan Clay, BBC Earth's "Wild Pacific"
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.
The Pacific is the most volcanically active region on Earth. Islands emerge from beneath the ocean’s surface without warning. Time lapse and aerial shots, as well as detailed images of animals taken with Wild Pacific‘s high-definition cameras, reveal the processes of life and death in the Pacific and on its magnificent islands.
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