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The executive producer was Christopher Parsons and the music was composed by Edward Williams.
Highly acclaimed, it is the first in Attenborough's 'Life' series of programmes and was followed by The Living Planet (1984).
The Planet Earth II team managed to film golden eagles, which are found throughout the mountain ranges of Europe, Russia, north-west Africa, Asia and North America - and have outstanding aerial speed and manoeuvrability for their large size film golden eagles, which are found throughout the mountain ranges of Europe, Russia, north-west Africa, Asia and North America - and have outstanding aerial speed and manoeuvrability for their large size."Now, over half of us live in an urban environment," Attenborough stated. Looking down on this great metropolis, the ingenuity with which we continue to reshape the surface of our planet is very striking. It reminds me of just how easy it is for us to lose our connection with the natural world." "Yet, it's on this connection that the future of both humanity and the natural world will depend.A record-breaking 10.6million viewers tuned in for the second installment of Planet Earth II on BBC 1 on Sunday night and plenty could not resist ribbing Sir David claiming he pronounced the word as 'averlaunch'.Discarding his scripted speech, he turned to camera and delivered a whispered ad lib: There is more meaning and mutual understanding in exchanging a glance with a gorilla than with any other animal I know.Their sight, their hearing, their sense of smell are so similar to ours that they see the world in much the same way as we do.