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From jungles to deserts to mountains, the BBC's epic nature series "Planet Earth II" takes viewers around the world – and around many genres of television.The seven-part series, which begins in the U.S. Saturday, is a spectacular demonstration of how far nature programs have come. No one has been more closely linked to their evolution than 90-year-old naturalist David Attenborough, who narrates "Planet Earth II". A decade ago, the BBC's "Planet Earth" was the first nature series filmed in high definition.Most of the world's population now lives in cities and "Planet Earth II" devotes an episode to urban wildlife – including Mumbai's leopards, Manhattan's peregrine falcons and the pesky raccoons of Toronto among others.Climate change worries Attenborough, who has been exploring the beauty of the natural world for nine decades.
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