TV Program

Planet Earth

Past Events

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    Planet Earth

    Apr 07, 2013

    Extraordinary animals fight for survival on Earth's tallest and most magnificent mountain peaks, from a family of pumas struggling in the unforgiving weather of the Andes to a never-before-seen snow leopard hunt in the Himalayas.

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    Planet Earth

    Mar 08, 2013

    Animals inhabiting the earth's great plains undergo arduous migrations and daring hunts, from a hungry lion pride hunting massive elephants to Caribou trudging their way across the extensive Arctic tundra on a 2,000-mile migration.

  • Tv

    Planet Earth

    Mar 07, 2013

    Animals inhabiting the earth's great plains undergo arduous migrations and daring hunts, from a hungry lion pride hunting massive elephants to Caribou trudging their way across the extensive Arctic tundra on a 2,000-mile migration.

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    Planet Earth

    Feb 08, 2013

    Sigourney Weaver narrates this insight into the fresh water creatures whose lives often go unnoticed, from the rare species of freshwater seals that inhabit the world's deepest lake to the river creatures that traverse the mountains to the oceans.

  • Tv

    Planet Earth

    Feb 08, 2013

    Sigourney Weaver narrates this insight into the fresh water creatures whose lives often go unnoticed, from the rare species of freshwater seals that inhabit the world's deepest lake to the river creatures that traverse the mountains to the oceans.

  • Tv

    Planet Earth

    Feb 07, 2013

    Sigourney Weaver narrates this insight into the fresh water creatures whose lives often go unnoticed, from the rare species of freshwater seals that inhabit the world's deepest lake to the river creatures that traverse the mountains to the oceans.

  • Tv

    Planet Earth

    Feb 07, 2013

    Sigourney Weaver narrates this insight into the fresh water creatures whose lives often go unnoticed, from the rare species of freshwater seals that inhabit the world's deepest lake to the river creatures that traverse the mountains to the oceans.

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