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Earth – Our Precious & Endangered Home | Nature Documentary

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The Canadian documentary filmmaker Rob Stewart wants to save our planet, to save us. Several times a week he dives with sharks that he finds more harmless as us humans. He travels throughout the country to present his underwater films, to prove why our oceans are worth fighting for. A change of scene; in Odisha, India, filmmaker Rita Banerji is busy shooting an impressive spectacle. Thousands of Olive Ridley turtles are making their way from the sea to lay their eggs on the beach. Just six weeks later and baby turtles the size of a human hand will inhabit the entire beach. Rita is ready and prepared with her equipment. But she is afraid that one day, India’s beaches will disappear and with them the turtles…
On the other side of the planet, in Californian Carmel, eco-rebel Mark Shelley and his team have devoted themselves to the survival of sea otters. Her greatest moment arrives when female otter 501 jumps back into the wild. Will she be able to come to terms with her freedom in the Pacific, will she find food? A whole year long, the otter girl regularly swims by the bay – until one day, she brings a surprise with her.
Passion for Planet accompanies three of the best animal filmmakers in the world whilst working. They are all driven by one gigantic force: the love of our planet.

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Sensational documentary!!! If the photographer who said he’s giving up photography in his life he really should reconsider. There are people like myself who are 67 years old, disabled and will never get a chance to see any of the wonderful animals and picturesque forest in the documentaries and films you professionals make in person. All the professional and amateur photographers in this documentary are fantastic and I hope you keep doing the work you do for people like myself as long as you’re physically able. Stay healthy and Thank you!!

The napping Sea Otter stole the show. Thank you so much. I feel alive watching the animals in their natural habitats. This is amazing I can watch it over and over again. Very Good Work!!!👍🏾

This is truly beautiful and loved the photography and the exquisite animals everywhere. Two concerns- the helicopter over Africa seemed to be scaring most of the animals – yes beautiful shots but the animals seemed quite afraid and I know they hurt themselves sometimes in these situations. Also I am truly hoping the photographers of the turtles and their lights weren’t affecting the babies or the mothers- I know nothing of photography so I have no ides but it was a wonderful journey. thank-you.

Many thanks for this amazing documentary. I hope many will watch it and understand how important is preserving our nature. Stay safe!

When the lockdowns first started we saw the earth revitalize. Air, waterways. It shows us the impact we have on the planet for sure, but it also shows us how RESILIANT our planet is. In a matter of weeks or months waterways became clear and active, skies cleared. Quite remarkable actually.

I absolutely love watching documentaries on animals and all things nature and I was enjoying watching this UNTIL I seen that child whacking the cow with a stick and laughing about it. I am absolutely disgusted and it has upset me a lot. I really hope that the person that filmed it had something to say about it to his parents because I know I definitely would have. I hate any cruelty to animals and just because it’s a child it doesn’t mean the poor animal didn’t feel pain. Horrible child.

We must this planet like the precious place it is ! And all life on it, is just as unique and precious!