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How Wildlife Overcame South Georgia's Haunting Past — Ep. 5 | Wildlife: Resurrection Island

How Wildlife Overcame South Georgia's Haunting Past — Ep. 5 | Wildlife: Resurrection Island

The crew sailed for six days through some of the roughest ocean on the planet to reach the island of South Georgia in the South Atlantic Ocean.
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About Wild_Life: Resurrection Island with Bertie Gregory:
National Geographic wildlife filmmaker Bertie Gregory takes audiences on an adventure to iconic South Georgia Island. Sailing through the roughest ocean on the planet in a 50-foot boat, his team’s target is the sub-Antarctic island, known for its breathtaking scenery and high concentration of wildlife.

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  1. In response to South Georgia's dark history of excessive whaling and hunting, the island is now a protected area. What are your thoughts on the island's ability to bounce back?

  2. aww im sad this series is over. i love bertie

  3. okey .. i love how to covered it.

  4. This picture at 8:33 melted my heart even more.

  5. But I'm still worried about bears…

  6. "Let's make sure we give more of our wild places a second chance"👌👌

  7. i hate seeing people destroying the earth . that means they r destroying the lovely animals(climate change) So please educate everyone that please stop being selfish and think more about the other creatures!!!!!!

  8. footage of whales mating ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  9. Just to think, a single island, driven animals to almost extinction, and yet it's brimming with life now. Think about the possibility about caring about the whole earth?

  10. My soul is crying and happy now

  11. May favorite doucumentaire legendary is conkett kapten kouk. Jake ive kousteau is legendary science geographique blue planet thank you ⏰⌛⏳♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️🐌🐬🐚🐙🐡🐲🐞🐝🐜🐛🐟🐋🐳🐊🐠🌐🌍🌏🌎🌋🌊

  12. Seafoooooog Love it. He is so good at his job and also funny.

  13. I've just got a lot of very strange birds in Vietnam, can someone help I know it is kind of bird?

  14. That dude has a amazing personality.

    Always happy.

  15. I love his passion and his energetic touch for presenting.

  16. But how they killed all rats??

  17. I cannot begin to describe how amazing this series is … from the breath catching cinematography to the fun yet professional presentation by bertie , he really brings the show to life .. an all in all great topic keep it up NAT GEO

  18. This is just amazing! What a wonderful series!

  19. Looks like we can change after all ❤

  20. I don't think anyone will know this but at 1:59, the vomiting sound is the sound of an enemy taking damage in Sonic the Dark Brotherhood, if anyone realises this too please reply 😀

  21. Earth is so beautiful and we are the number one destroyer

  22. About the mass of 300million people die there… what an atrocity

  23. ********************************

  24. How could people who have absolutely no problem slaughtering hundreds of thousands of beautiful marine mammals build a church?? How could they think that killing so many of God's creatures was OK?? If you believe in a God who would accept the brutal slaughter of hundreds of thousands of whales to the brink of extinction to satisfy man's greed, you may want to find a new God.

  25. But cant u just hunt for 2/3 of the seals or penguin and then leave them for couple of years to reproduce?

    Edit: I mean humans need fish alot too since theres so many of us… 😁

  26. They say “humans are animals”…. but animals are way better and wayyy smarter they could have built a city if they had hands and

  27. Humans stained the earth and one day will be exterminated

  28. This is exactly why in Australia we don’t eat whales. I ate one before in Japan as a school lunch. I didn’t want to. And I didn’t know it was a whale.
    I found out on the loud speaker, I felt ashamed. I told my teacher afterwards that I’m not allowed to eat whale. I don’t think she took me seriously. ;(

  29. I love wildlife bat am sad because some animals are almost extend

  30. Wow this is beautiful

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