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Source:  Decider

The end of the year is always a stressful time. Not only do you have to worry about the holidays, last-minute gift giving, and the inevitable dread that comes with realizing that next year is just around the corner, but you have to add all that nonsense to the regular drama of everyday life.

It’s all a lot, but this December Netflix has your back. Why? Because one of the most gorgeous documentaries ever created, “Blue Planet II,” is now on the platform.

Originally airing on BBC America in January 2018, “Blue Planet II” takes viewers through the breathtaking universe happening right beneath us.

Each 60-minute episode of the seven part series focuses on a different ocean environment, allowing the series to jump between exploring octopuses and sea otters co-existing on the coasts to great white sharks lurking in the depths.

Naturally Sir David Attenborough is our guide to this undersea world. Would it even be a BBC nature docuseries without him?

Read the story at Decider. 

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