15 incredible shots from Netflix's 'Our Planet'

Sir David Attenborough's latest nature documentary delivers a warning for the future of the planet

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Sir David Attenborough's Our Planet was released on Netflix on April 5, an eight-part nature documentary series that examines the toll humans are taking on Earth.

Click through he gallery above to see some of the most stunning shots from the show. 

The series was made in partnership with World Wildlife Fund, and was shot over four years, in 50 countries across every continent.

Netflix has revealed that a crew of over 600 people captured more than three and a half thousand days-worth of footage, ranging from the remote Arctic wilderness, to the depths of the ocean and jungles of South America.

The show acts as a warning for the world, delivered, uncompromisingly, by narrator, Attenborough.

"What we do in the next 20 years will determine the future for all life on Earth", he tells viewers. Adding to Reuters: "Be responsible careful citizens of this planet which is our only home, and for the creatures that live in it."

British royals, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry, attended the premiere with Attenborough.

At the global premiere, which was held in London's Natural History Museum, Prince Charles delivered a speech, saying: "What I want to know is how can we possibly sacrifice our children's and grandchildren's entire future, let alone the future of all life on this miraculous planet by not doing what is required now."

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 04: (L-R) Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Sir David Attenborough, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex attend the "Our Planet" global premiere the at the Natural History Museum on April 04, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by John Phillips/Getty Images)
Prince William, Sir David Attenborough, Prince Charles, and Prince Harry attend the 'Our Planet' global premiere the at the Natural History Museum in London. Getty Images

The streaming service has grated permission for the show to be openly aired in public for educational purposes.

"We know that many of you are as excited about these films as we are; and because of their informational aspects, you’d like to show them in an educational setting," Netflix has said in a statement. "We will permit one-time educational screenings".