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Old Saturday 23rd March 2019, 13:55   #1
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Blue Planet Live

Looking forward to this starting tomorrow night at 8pm on BBC1.
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Old Sunday 24th March 2019, 13:51   #2
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Looking forward to it.

There's a related programme Blue Planet UK on in late weekday afternoons. I've got that set to record as I'll be at work.
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I've just watched it. What a programme.
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Old Tuesday 26th March 2019, 16:03   #4
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There's afternnon shows at 4.30PM BBC1.
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Was a great series viewers were left shocked when Liz Bonin's team released Baby Turtles with the presenter facing the screen you could see a Gull grab one of the Turtles.
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[quote=Euan Buchan;3834304]Was a great series viewers were left shocked when Liz Bonin's team released Baby Turtles with the presenter facing the screen you could see a Gull grab one of the Turtles.[/QUOTE

The only shocked viewers haven't been paying attention in every turtle-featuring nature programme since the year dot.

1. Everything is prey for something.

2. Small things are prey for everything.

3. Things that are in this unfortunate circumstance pop out vast quantities of young (e.g. a thousand young turtles) to compensate for the losses on the way to breeding adulthood.

Its nature, not Disney!

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Plus all those hand-wringing people referred to it as a seagull which tells you all you need to know.
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