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Source: BBC Earth Films

New 'BBC' Nature Documentary Showcases 24 Hours On Earth

By Desirée Kaplan

A decade after the hugely successful release of Earth, BBC Earth Films released their anticipated sequel Earth: One Amazing Day on October 6th. The first film was a global hit, bringing in about $112 million at the box office. With the sun guiding the storyline, the film explores nature within the span of a 24 hour adventure, offering both comedy and drama for a family audience.

Earth: One Amazing Day takes a closer look at the complexities of nature around the world over the course of a day. The film takes the viewer on an adventure through jungles, deserts, oceans, and the arctic to unveil how much happens in nature in just a few hours. With a cast of colorful characters, the film explores a day in the life of several wild animals trying to survive in nature. The cast includes baby zebras, sloths, sperm whales, penguins, and even narwhals. 

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Source: BBC Earth Films