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Could you be a part of Blue Planet III?

Published: June 19, 2023 - 15:25
Updated: July 23, 2023 - 02:35
Could you be a part of Blue Planet III?

BBC has announced that shooting of the third season of the magnificent underwater series Blue Planet has begun and invites people to help.

Blue Planet III

is the next season of the extremely popular underwater documentary series made by BBC station. Producers have announced that filming of the new episodes has already begun and the search for interesting material is underway. The series will travel through the world’s oceans from the coasts to the sea depths, from the tropics to the poles. And all this on the backdrop of a changing planet.

The filmmakers are counting on viewers
The filmmakers are counting on viewers’ help in making the new series Photo: BBC

We are currently on the lookout for captivating and unusual animal behaviours from the marine world, and would love your help. Some memorable BBC nature sequences began as observations by wildlife enthusiasts from across the globe – including photographers, guides, scientists, birders, fishermen and boat skippers.

That’s why the show’s creators are hoping that lovers of the underwater world will also contribute to the new series once again. So if you think you have witnessed something special that can be captured by the eye of the camera, be sure to write to the BBC.

 

We are interested in both underwater and coastal stories – amazing animal moments that could feature anything from fish to marine mammals, invertebrates to seabirds – even land animals which interact with the ocean in some way. We are looking for visually impressive and novel animal behaviours – whether that’s a fascinating courtship display, a clever feeding technique, impressive aggregations or unusual species interactions.

 

Blue Planet is well-liked documentary series
Blue Planet is an extremely well-liked documentary series Photo: BBC

 

The idea behind the Blue Planet III series is to present a current overview of the oceans and the impact of man’s activity. Therefore, the authors hope for unusual stories about animals that do something surprising or unique as a result of changes in the oceans.

If you have something that you would like to share and you think it could enrich the upcoming series, be sure to let the producers know at the dedicated email address.

Blue Planet

Is a groundbreaking nature documentary series produced by the BBC that explores the Earth’s vast and diverse marine habitats. The series showcases the remarkable variety of life in our oceans, from the shallowest coral reefs to the deepest abysses, and highlights the complex relationships between marine creatures and their environments. The series combines stunning visuals, captivating storytelling, and cutting-edge research to provide a comprehensive and engaging view of the world’s oceans.

The original Blue Planet series, titled “The Blue Planet: A Natural History of the Oceans,” was released in 2001 and consists of eight episodes. It was followed by a sequel, “Blue Planet II,” which premiered in 2017 and comprises seven episodes. Both series were created by the BBC Natural History Unit and were produced in collaboration with various international partners.

Renowned naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough hosts both Blue Planet series. His exceptional storytelling skills, combined with his extensive knowledge of the natural world, bring the wonders of the ocean to life for viewers around the globe. Attenborough’s passion for conservation and education has made the Blue Planet series an influential force in raising awareness about the importance of preserving our marine ecosystems and the challenges they face due to human activities.

Sir David Attenborough

Is a highly respected British naturalist, broadcaster, and television presenter, whose remarkable career spans over six decades. Born on May 8, 1926, in London, England, he is best known for his work on the groundbreaking BBC nature documentary series, including Life on Earth, The Blue Planet, Planet Earth, and Frozen Planet. With his extensive knowledge of the natural world, engaging storytelling abilities, and unmistakable voice, Sir David has inspired generations of viewers to appreciate and protect our planet’s diverse ecosystems.

Throughout his illustrious career, Attenborough has received numerous accolades, including BAFTA awards, Royal Television Society awards, and honorary degrees from various universities. He was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1985 for his services to television and became a member of the Order of Merit in 2005. Sir David Attenborough’s unwavering dedication to conservation and environmental education has made him a global icon, and his work continues to influence both public opinion and policymaking on critical environmental issues.

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Tomasz Andrukajtis
Editor-in-chief of the DIVERS24 portal and magazine. Responsible for obtaining, translating and developing content. He also supervises all publications. Achived his first diving certification – P1 CMAS, in 2000. Has a degree in journalism and social communication. In the diving industry since 2008.
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