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High-definition cameras and aerial photography techniques, pioneered in Planet Earth, present the most complete portrait ever of these fascinating islands made famous by Charles Darwin's Origin of the Species.
The BBC crew spent 18 months on the remote Galapagos Islands, which lie in the Pacific. There they witnessed a rare eruption of the Sierra Negra volcano and captured on film incredible animal behaviour – including short-eared owls hunting storm petrels, unique night plankton and deep-ocean fish.
The three-part series explores the islands from the deep, from space, by night and through time – from their volcanic beginnings to the visit by Darwin in 1835, which shaped his theory of evolution, to the islands as they are now.
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