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'Planet Earth II' Is Going to Blow Our Minds

The Planet Earth series, originally produced 10 years ago by the BBC, is over 8 hours of the world’s badass natural wonders captured using state-of-art cinematography. You can still Netflix-binge the original show, tears rolling down your cheek while beholding the all-consuming beauty of terra firma, its exotic inhabitants and the voice of legend Sir David Attenborough.
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