Eight stunning videos to celebrate Earth Day

What better way to celebrate the Earth Day than showing the extraordinary variety of landscapes and creatures of the Planet?

Lush, ancestral forests home to extraordinary biodiversity, inaccesible and inhospitable peaks, snowfields and oceans of sand. Our Planet offers us a huge variety of landscapes and environments, each with its own stunning beauty.

Here’s a selection of landscapes – one video for each continent (plus one showing the Earth from space) – that demonstrate the poetry of a wood or the stones in a brook. How can you not love a Planet like this?

North America

Arizona and Utah, United States

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Monte Teide, Canary Islands, Spain

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Drakensberg, South Africa

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Himalaya, Nepal and Tibet

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South America

Patagonia, Argentina and Chile

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Various places

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Various places

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Earth from space

From the International Space Station

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