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Earth Touch produces and syndicates original nature-inspired shows to major broadcast channels and any connected devices around the globe. Join us in the planet's most inspiring wild places with our original series in full HD.
It’s hard to imagine a more dramatic underwater landscape – spires, canyons and other formations on a grand scale greet the dive crew when they...
Found only in a few estuaries along the South African coast, the Knysna seahorse is the most threatened seahorse species on earth -- which makes...
A huge octopus puts on a show for the dive crew as it raises itself to full height and glides over a reef. After displaying its impressive...
The Earth Touch camera crew captures a behaviour known as 'sailing' that's thought to be unique to southern right whales. With their flukes (tails...
Before setting off for the stormy, frigid waters of Antarctica, southern right whale mothers enjoy a restful stopover in South Africa's Walker Bay...
No humans and no other animals (aside from the odd rabbit) live here -- this rocky island off the South African coast is strictly avian territory...
Our crew observes underwater life play out on a busy Palau reef – from hundreds of tiny fish darting in and out of hiding to the larger predatory...