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Our Planet | High Seas | FULL EPISODE | Netflix ctm magazine

Experience our planet’s natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

In this episode: Venture into the deep, dark and desolate oceans that are home to an abundance of beautiful — and downright strange — creatures.

For more about the High Seas please visit https://www.ourplanet.com/en/video/how-to-save-our-high-seas

Download free educational resources at https://www.ourplanet.com/en/schools-and-youth

US Rating: TV-PG. Parental guidance suggested.

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Our Planet | High Seas | FULL EPISODE | Netflix



  • Dennis Tafeltennis on January 20, 2022

    We better stop destroying this planet asap or this will all be gone.

  • OneLastWo on January 20, 2022

    I remember as a kid, my favorite animal documentaries are always about the ocean. But every time when they film whales, it is always one or a mother with a cub. 20 years later, I get to see a group of 100 humpback whales.

  • Put greek subs please for our mothers and fathers

  • hannah on January 21, 2022

    i did not expect them to be in the submarine let alone standing like that lol looks cool tho

  • My biggest fear and regret in life is that I shall die without seeing and experiencing all the beautiful places, animals, weather phenomenon, etc, that our world has. I love these documentaries so much.

  • Sarbaz Vatan on January 22, 2022

    Hi , I'm just gave up about the humans attitude. I chose to not have a kid and wife. Humans are the worst deadly creature ever happened to the earth. the way people's breeding there is no hope to the future . Who's gonna fill this mouths. unless the earth reject us like it does , earthquake, tsunami and even covid. We are living on the branch of a tree ,which we already cut down in half. Only solid rules could save us. Like no more than 2 kids allowed in family and death penalty for people who harm the nature and not followed the rules . Also extra help from the governments to whom having less kids and more care about the nature.

  • Carlos Fasano on January 22, 2022

    All man does is simply destroy it ,,

  • SilverSkyCloud on January 22, 2022

    i'll be honest, my enjoyment of documentaries like this depend heavily on whos narrating, i'll still enjoy them but my attention span will drop quite a bit if its not david attenborough
    if i had to decide between two nature documentaries that were showing at the same time i'd watch his first
    one more thing, if you want to keep your sanity intact dont read the comments

  • دال D on January 22, 2022

    Yet, am sure this is only 10% of ocean animals. Deep down is more to discover.

  • Cubic on January 22, 2022

    Who hunted these whales ?

  • Max T on January 23, 2022

    I need a BTS of this, like how on earth did they capture this beautiful footage of the magnificent ocean.

  • DxU GxA on January 23, 2022

    Why all fish is black ?? Where is a white fish??? Wtf ??

  • Andro Coid on January 23, 2022

    ilove island indonesia Nusantara

  • Christel Wilk on January 23, 2022

    This is just so, so beautiful!

  • FarmerHelp on January 23, 2022

    Watching at 2:30 am

  • Jake B on January 24, 2022

    This made incredibly sad towards the end.

  • Patrick Ma on January 24, 2022

    Favourite moments:

    11:49 Rays attack a lanternfish school in formation, like a squadron of jet fighters. Someone has to edit nyooom sounds over these guys.
    23:24 A network of organic tripwires? Seriously? What's next, having giant razorblades for mandibles?
    27:47 In a shocking twist, this adorable worm has a pair of **giant razorblades for mandibles**. Nobody could have seen this coming.
    40:52 A hopeful note 🙂

  • Raptor on January 24, 2022

    we humans are the REAL virus of the plant!!!

  • Chillicothe on January 24, 2022

    Shark fin soup is powerful medicine and it deeply racist that white man keep trying to ban the eating of this powerful medicine for people of color. And whale are potent medcine and cultural meal. Deeply disturbing the west think it can cut off this important cultural tradtional meal and potent life saving source of medicine.

  • burhan arif on January 25, 2022

    Human is the worst animal..

  • Simply Smile on January 25, 2022

    Props to the cameramen ALWAYS

  • KARYOLAZARUS on January 25, 2022

    It’s mesmerising 🫀🫀🫀🍀

  • gunnhaa on January 25, 2022

    the guy who’s talking makes it 100% wayyy better sounds like he’s reading a book

  • heidi engellenner on January 25, 2022

    To be clear. There are 7.3 trillion beings in the universe. 1.3 trillion are animal being, which they go directly into heavens gates. Out of the 6 trillion human beings of earth and the universe combined, we get 3 trillion. god and lucifer get half, satan and levitcus get half.

  • TJCarter _426 on January 26, 2022

    Every time there was a herd of of fish swimming together, I kept expecting the Jurassic Park theme to start playing.

  • Marin Bagaric on January 26, 2022

    the end is almost the best

  • Thomas Dahlström on January 26, 2022

    What can I say, we need more men of hes size… live long….

  • GeorgeTheCat on January 27, 2022

    Respect for the camera man

  • Milo & Cotch on January 27, 2022

    8:48 Breaker Breaker 1-9-67 do you copy

  • ItsCalembtw on January 29, 2022

    this really makes me wanna play subnautica again

  • Allen Culbertson on January 29, 2022

    Thank you Netflix YouTube and Our Planet for educating me on how beautiful our planet is. And more about how we need to as a human species stop the pollution and mass killing of our sea life. Stop Extinctions please thank you

  • CaptainToyota on January 29, 2022

    We r so doomed. We just burn n burn our world w/o actual action just greed. Shortsightedness will be our legacy if our species survives into the future. Generations who COULD have saved so much life chose to be greedy selfish fools. So glad i do not have kids

  • CaptainToyota on January 29, 2022

    We r destroying the oceans amd atmosphere for greed. Pushing 10billion from 3.5 in 1990 we r doomed 2 watch billions starve when ocean fish stocks collapse. 33% of world gets 100% of their protienn from ocean they will starve. WE ARE THE PROBLEM greed and selfishness defines us. We could be 100% green power and manufacturing but we CHOOSE not too. Its not electric cars that are saviors its powerplants, fishing, farming, oil gas, coal, sewage dumping etc etc thats destroying the world. Too many humans selfish greedy humans. Everyone keeps reproducing w/o a thought to if we should. But greed is fueled by consumers same as our destruction. Its pathetic. That will be our legacy if the species survives next 100years. Enjoy life while u can its going to get ugly when natures bill finally comes due. Ill never burden children with failures of past generations to head science and warning signs. The planet is not our to consume its our to protect. We may be only intelligent species for billions of light years we have so much responsibility to perserve life yet we fight each other and consume w/o repurcussions directly. One day it will hit a wall as we have past point of no return decades ago its all going to be ugly and then only then after billions die will we maybe put science and progress over greed and tribal evolutionary b.s. we ignore today

  • Stoney Lonesome on January 29, 2022

    The worm with the teeth in the coral… bruh 😐

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