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‘The Green Planet' shows plants as you've never seen them before

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Plants - without them life on Earth wouldn't be possible. Yet, they have lives of their own that are often beyond human perception, which a documentary series upcoming on PBS aims to bring to light.
“The Green Planet,” a five-part series narrated by David Attenborough that airs Wednesdays beginning July 6 at 8 p.m., goes to varied environs around the world ranging from rainforests and mountains to deserts and frozen poles to reveal the often unseen and unknown world of plants, which much like animals must fight for survival with competitors and predators to gain access to much-needed...
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