Oceans are under the greatest threat in history, warns Sir David Attenborough
The world's oceans are currently facing the greatest threat in history, Sir David Attenborough has warned. In the final episode of Blue Planet II, Sir David issues a warning to viewers over the state of our oceans which are being hugely damaged by climate change, plastic pollution and over fishing. “It is now clear our actions are having a significant impact on the world’s oceans.
Oceans under greatest threat in history, warns Sir David Attenborough" There are so many threats to our survival on Earth yet we behave as if they do not exist. Thank you "Blue Planet 2" for raising the alarm.
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[WP] A passing alien ship receives an errant transmission of a David Attenborough nature documentary. In response, the aliens study the human race for a decade, then broadcast their own Attenborough-style documentary across the stars.
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David Attenborough sailing the seas in 1954.
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Did David Attenborough say that Israelis are more cruel than any animal?
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The greatest threat to our environment is none other than man himself. Do you agree?
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