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There is nothing better than watching a nature documentary narrated by David Attenborough. The graphics delight my eyes and Attenborough’s voice soothes my soul! It’s why I was so excited that Netflix released its Original Series called Our Planet (Available Now!).

I started watching the series and I was quite surprised to see a graphic scene at the end of the second episode entitled Frozen Planet. One of the final scenes showed Walruses falling off cliffs along the Alaskan shores as they were trying to get back in the water. I don’t know Walruses could climb? I definitely didn’t know that they can’t climb back down.

It’s a graphic scene that had me wondering. Luckily, there is an article that explains part of the story. I discuss it in this episode.

Listen to the episode to find out why these animals fall off cliffs.

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