Preview – Blue Planet II

Blue Planet II

Tonight David takes us on a journey along the coast meeting fish that live on land, and puffins that must travel 60 miles for a single meal.

In the Galapagos sea, lions feast on tuna, working together to hone in on their food. Across the seas in Brazil lightfoot crabs jump from rock to rock, Moray eels launch themselves from rock pools and even octopuses use the land to hunt their prey.

However, as the temperature of the sea rises, the coasts change with it and as a result, the largest gathering of coastal sharks in Miami is now under threat.

Blue Planet II, Sunday, 8 pm – BBC One

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