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#SevenWorldsOnePlanet Behind-the-scenes #EarthOnLocation. Share your stories #EarthCapture This is a page from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes.

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It's time for lift off! 🚀Watch The Edge of Science now on BBC Earth@YouTube 

Watch @rickedwards1  as he tries to levitate with the help of @colin_furze  and @thephysicsgirl  in #EdgeofScienceYT . Expect dancing paint, tiny earthquakes and a new world record

Greenland is losing ice seven times faster than it was in the 1990s. ❄️

A report presented at COP25 says that plans are in place for a huge expansion of oil drilling in the upper Amazon.

The date was 25 July 1946. The location - Bikini Atoll. The event - only the fifth A-bomb explosion and the first-ever detonation under water.

Scientists think they can now explain at least part of the recent growth in methane levels in the atmosphere. 🌍

Humans have favoured red apples for generations, but rising temperatures could spell the end of a rosy red treat. 🍎

Did You Know: You can use soundwaves to make objects levitate? Watch#EdgeofScienceYT  to find out how:

US FANS: #SevenWorldsOnePlanet  premieres Saturday, January 18 at 9pm on @BBCAMERICA  Seven continents. Seven weeks. One unmissable event.

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'Never before have we had such an awareness of what we are doing to the planet and never before have we had the power to do something about that. Surely we have a responsibility to care for our blue planet.' - Sir David Attenborough#BluePlanet2 

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With Sefu sleeping on the job, it's up to Kali to protect her cubs from a pack of wild dogs. #Serengeti 

Seals are actually just dogs of the sea 😍 #EarthCapture  by @Sealdiver 

Scientists accidentally grew a chicken with the face of a dinosaur

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Africa's smallest cat is also the world's deadliest! 😼 #BigCats  continues this Thursday 8pm on @BBCOne 

Every turtle that was seen or filmed by the #PlanetEarth2  crew was collected and put back into the sea.

Funny – I also cover myself in shells to hide from people I want to avoid #BluePlanet2 

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