The BBC Natural History Collection Featuring Planet Earth includes: "Planet Earth: The Complete Series", "The Blue Planet: Seas of Life" - 5 Disc Special Edition, "The Life of Mammals" and "The Life of Birds" "Planet Earth: The Complete Series" - With an unprecedented production budget of $25 million, and from the makers of "Blue Planet: Seas of Life", comes the epic story of life on Earth. Five years in production, over 2,000 days in the field, using 40 cameramen filming across 200 locations, shot entirely in high definition, this is the ultimate portrait of our planet. A stunning television experience that captures rare action, impossible locations and intimate moments with our planet's best-loved, wildest and most elusive creatures. From the highest mountains to the deepest rivers, this blockbuster series takes you on an unforgettable journey through the daily struggle for survival in Earth's most extreme habitats. "Planet Earth" takes you to places you have never seen before, to experience sights and sounds you may never experience anywhere else. "The Blue Planet: Seas of Life" - Before creating the monumental "Planet Earth", producer Alastair Fothergill and his team from the BBC put together one of the most breathtaking explorations of the world's oceans ever assembled, "The Blue Planet: Seas of Life". The winner of two Emmy(R) Awards, "The Blue Planet: Seas of Life" is the definitive exploration of the marine world, chronicling the mysteries the deep in ways never before imagined. It is now being re-released in an all-new special edition, with an added 5th disc of bonus programming not included in the original DVD release. See it again, like never before. "The Life of Mammals" - In ten parts, the award-winning David Attenborough (2002 Emmy winner for "The Blue Planet: Seas of Life"; "The Life of Birds") introduces us to the most diverse group of animals ever to live on Earth, from the smallest - the two-inch pygmy shrew, to the largest - the blue whale; from the slowest - the sloth, to the swiftest - the cheetah; from the least attractive - the naked mole rat, to the most irresistible - a human baby. "The Life of Mammals" is the story of 4,000 species that have outlived the dinosaurs and conquered the farthest places on earth. With bodies kept warm by thick coats of fur and their developing young protected and nourished within their bodies, they have managed to colonize every part of the globe, dry or wet, hot or cold. Their adaptations for finding food have also had a profound effect on the way they move, socialize, mate and breed. "The Life of Birds" - The definitive series on the most colorful, popular and perfectly adapted creatures on earth, "The Life of Birds" traverses the globe, covering 42 countries and examining over 300 different species. Calling upon the immense skills of many of the world's top wildlife cameramen and women, and pushing filming technology to the limits, new behavior is brought to the screen in staggering detail. Infra-red cameras find oilbirds deep in pitch black caves. Ultra slow motion film unravels the complexities of bird flight and ultraviolet cameras reveal the world from a bird's point of view.