If you think Planet Earth II was the best thing that happened to you in 2016 and your senses are still feasting on the awesome footage of nature combined with David Attenborough’s dulcet tones, we have good news for you.
Creators of the six-part BBC documentary that aired in November are releasing hours and hours of filming on YouTube as 10-hour-long “visual soundscapes” of each of the areas visited in the series.
The latest, the mountain sounds, allows you to “fly above the peaks and immerse yourself in the elevated, sky-kissing habitat,” says the description.
There’s also stunning footage of desert landscapes, lush jungles, and jaw-dropping island hideaways.
It’s part of what the BBC calls the Real Happiness Project, based on a study released earlier in the year in conjunction with the University of California, Berkeley.
Needless to say, it’s the perfect antidote to stress and your next work soundtrack.
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