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Here is my Top 10 of the Most Memorable Moments from Episode One. Attenborough hasn’t worked in television making these programmes without knowing how to make an entrance. Planet Earth II opened with a stunning shot: a white sea of snowy mountain peaks with a black dot floating across it far away like a child’s balloon. This was our hero, flying in a hot air balloon two miles in the air – as you do. https://eastcountymagazine.org/comment/38536Or as he does anyway... Dramatic opening: Planet Earth 2 opened with a stunning shot: a white sea of snowy mountain peaks with a black dot floating across it far away like a child’s balloon Even at the age of 90, he had no hat or scarf, just an ordinary blue anorak as a token concession to the cold, as nonchalant as if he had gone to walk the dog, rather than introduce his new series like a cross between Darwin and the Milk Tray Man. ‘Looking down from two miles above the surface of the earth it’s impossible not to be impressed by the sheer grandeur, splendour, and power of the natural world,’ he announced. He was still impressed. And thanks to him and Planet Earth II we would be too. Our first island was Escudo off the coast of Panama, where a pygmy three-toed sloth was feeling frisky. Unfortunately with only a few hundred sloths still in existence, his opportunities were limited – which he seemed to know, judging by his reaction to the cry of a female out somewhere on the island. ‘This, for a sloth, is a quick reaction,’ Attenborough remarked drily as the green mossy monster headed off to find her. Frisky: In Escudo, off the coast of Panama, a pygmy three-toed sloth was seen feeling frisky With the tangled mass of the mangroves and a channel of deep water in the way, the sloth had no choice but to swim: a surprisingly graceful, beautifully buoyant, doggy paddle. Sadly, it was all in vain. The female he had heard already had a baby.
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