A scientist uses lasers to measure a whale shark in a still from BBC’s Blue Planet II. Photo: courtesy of Blue Planet II

David Attenborough talks about the making of Blue Planet II, and the peril of plastic in our oceans

The sequel to the hit 2001 BBC series took film crews around the world, including the frigid waters of the Antarctic and to depths of 1,000 metres. Along the way they filmed previously unseen behaviours and paid witness to the destruction caused by humans

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A scientist uses lasers to measure a whale shark in a still from BBC’s Blue Planet II. Photo: courtesy of Blue Planet II
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