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BBC One - Underwater Armageddon

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Take a look at amazing video from BBC One - Underwater Armageddon.
720p & 1080p available, so watch it in HD


"A mighty army of dolphins, sharks, whales, seals and gannets hunt down the billions of sardines along South Africa's east coast each winter. This is the sardine run: an underwater Armageddon, the greatest gathering of predators anywhere on the planet, and the most spectacular event in the world's oceans"

31 comments:

  1. BBC really makes some awesome nature documentaries, will check this one out later

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  2. Nature is beautiful. I didn't know those birds could swim! You can also check out Planet Earth, another documentary of animals and nature.

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  3. But what about sardine rapture?

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  4. watching those birds drop into the water was nuts

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  5. BBC makes the best fucking nature vids

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  6. BBC has made some of the best documentaries in years if only the cbc would smarten up and start making decent programs

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  7. Doesn't South Africa have the great white sharks that jump out of the water?

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  8. I love the BBC documentaries....wish Discovery channel could be as good lol

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  9. I'v seen this one and always enjoyed BBC's nature videos.

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  10. Ugh. I hate deep water. This petrifies me. :S

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  11. Wow. that's a lot of predatory action.

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  12. I like the fact that BBC covers such a large scale topic, nice find.

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  13. njaaamm fishi fishi fishi :P clip rocks dude now I need some more under water footage

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  14. BBC makes best vids :) its awesome!

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  15. I always enjoy documentaries by BBC, this one should be good as well.

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  16. BBC is my favourite TV channel! Love nature and always watch these type of shows.

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  17. taht looks simply aweseome :D niiice

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  18. i like the background on your blog.

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  19. Man the oceans creeps me out.

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