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‘Across vibrant coral cities bustling with ingenious inhabitants, to the vastness of the big blue, home to fearless ocean wanderers, and down into uncharted depths where some of earth’s best kept secrets hide, newly-discovered dancing yeti crabs, and landscapes never seen before, coming soon untold stories from magical worlds.This is Blue Planet II.’The spitting dolphins Sir David referred to are Australian snubfin dolphins, which squirt mouthfuls of water in the direction of their prey to disorientate them.
Yet the sight of dancing crabs, which live 1,000 metres below sea level off the coast of Costa Rica, proved one of the most talked-about moments from the teaser, which was released online yesterday. Can’t wait for this to start.’Another commented: ‘I predict the breakout stars of #Blue Planet2 will be the dancing Yeti crabs and their ‘wave your claws in the air’ antics #dancingyeticrabs.’However, fans hoping to discover more about the ‘newly-discovered’ deep-sea creatures are likely to be disappointed to learn that they will not feature in the seven-part series, and were exclusively included in the prequel.It promises to take us deep into the ocean, showing us landscapes we have never seen before and uncovering some of the planet’s best kept secrets.And a first glimpse of the highly-anticipated natural history series Blue Planet II has showcased an array of weird and wonderful sea creatures, from spitting dolphins to ‘dancing yeti crabs’.Blue Planet II is also due to investigate the 'health of the world's oceans', prompting speculation that there could be an episode dedicated to humans' impact on the marine environment.Following the success of Planet Earth II, which drew record audiences for a natural history series, Sir David is showing no sign of slowing down in 2017, which marks his 65th year on TV.Rare footage of sea dragons, giant cuttlefish, sprouting sea cucumbers and walking starfish all featured in a teaser for what is to come in the BBC series, which will be narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
A first glimpse of the highly-anticipated natural history series Blue Planet II has showcased an array of weird and wonderful sea creatures, from spitting dolphins to ‘dancing yeti crabs’.
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James Honeyborne, executive producer of the series, said: 'The Oceans are the most exciting place to be right now, because new scientific discoveries have given us a new perspective of life beneath the waves.'Blue Planet II is taking its cue from these breakthroughs, unveiling unbelievable new places, extraordinary new behaviours and remarkable new creatures.
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