Oceans (Full Episode) | Hostile Planet

Published 2022-02-26
Dive beneath the surface of Earth’s oceans to discover animals as they fight to adapt.

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0:00 - Intro
3:55 - Title Card
4:31 - Robberg Peninsula, South Africa
9:08 - Reisafjorden, Norway
18:04 - Nine Mile Bank, North Pacific
21:01 - Sipadan, Malaysia
28:51 - Channel Islands, California
35:54 - The Atlantic Coast, Florida
40:13 - New Island (Islas Malvinas), Falklands

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Oceans (Full Episode) | Hostile Planet
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All Comments (21)
  • It's just amazing that a documentary of this quality is uploaded on Youtube for free. My children loves learning about the ocean and the environment, and this channel really gives them something to focus on, rather than their smartphones.
  • Saying just 'thank you' isn't enough for your National Geographic Team. Specially trained passionate individuals are risking their lives to capture the stunning feats of marine creatures (also wild animals on land). In Every Documentary there is so much to learn, I am so impressed, learned and addicted. With your permission, I would like to use some of the clips and images to make a presentation concerning 'Climate Change.' Thank you once again.
  • @adnanraza5764
    Who ever took these wonderful shots truly deserves an Oscar.
  • This episode was by far one of the best documentaries I ever seen! Thank you for uploading this 💕
  • @victoriamarch13
    I absolutely love nature documentaries especially anything narrated by David Attenborough. 2 of my sons have actually began watching them with me. I hope I've passed that love onto them. Thank you Nat Geo for posting this for free. I'd much rather spend my time watching this than anything on cable TV! ❤️
  • @remypz
    I loved how this documentary started and ended in my lovely country Costa Rica. It´s amazing how our little country can be involved in hundreds of lives among the turtles than come here to lay eggs and how they return back as when you return back to the city or place you were borned and raised after a long time. Those memories cannot be erased from us, even in nature.
  • @tomuehrke2782
    NatGeo has been a part of my entire life: the books,the photos,the films have enlightened,educated,intrigued and amazed me for 70 years! I cannot thank all those who who helped make me who I am today enough. Carry On!!!
  • Thank you so much for uploading this. And for free! Incredible documentary. 💗
  • Just a mind-blowing documentary ❤️❤️.... Hat's off to the whole team ❤️❤️🔥
  • @ElementWTF
    what a legendary film ! the quality , the scenes absolutely everything is stunning and the best thing is I LOVE Bear Grylls ❤easily one of the best documentarys ive ever seen ❤
  • @KhiaMcMillan
    One of my favourite documentaries hands down. Such good production, narration and information. Seeing God’s nature is truly a blessing 🙏🏾
  • @marrodger81
    Such a WONDERFUL documentary. Great details and amazing scenes.
  • @thehabbit7918
    The voice, the colour grading, the editing sound everything is way perfect , it's like a movie !!
  • @kylethompson3507
    Nat Geo is something I love watching everyday. The shots, the narrating, the animals, the information like bro. I'm in love
  • @KlaximumSkroeft
    8 years ago on playa hermosa in Costa Rica I volunteered at a turtle reserve during the hatching period. We'd get these little guys from their protected hatching spots, in a fenced off area of the beach. Then we'd just chuck them close to the waterline. Dogs kept the vultures away but apparently they still have a really hard time surviving. Pretty special experience but my favourite was seeing the big turtles come onto the beach and cry when laying their eggs. We'd patrol the beaches with the dogs and dig up their eggs to bury them where the rangers could keep them safe from poachers. I still dream about that week. There was a tropical storm going on the whole week but I absolutely loved it.
  • @ilax6662
    I love seeing that turtle face peeking out of the sand. It's a miracle that they make it to the
    Sea. Wish they all could.
  • @doodsanddudes
    This is a beautiful documentary! Great music and cinematography! 🐋
  • Like always, excellent documentary.
    Those camera persons are the best of the best.
    I love your videos.
    Yes, we are the number 1 predators
    All of this fish are caught in a single ship and many people are hungry. Human greed 😢
    Our oceans, those poorly known habitats, are extremely beautiful and cruel.
    Fascinating 🎉
  • @fchexperience
    How they film that so close without interfering??? Amazed !!!