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PLANET EARTH II: "CITIES"
March 25, 2017  | By David Bianculli

BBC America, 9:00 p.m. ET

 

MINISERIES FINALE: Two episodes are shown tonight, back-to-back, to conclude BBC America’s powerful presentation of Planet Earth II. First up is this final installment in the series proper, called Cities, which looks at how untamed creatures have responded, and adapted, to their proximity with human civilization. I loved this episode – perhaps, in part, because I live in a New Jersey suburb with just enough woods and nearby woodland to have families of deer treating my yard as a combo shortcut and salad bar, and because I also had to trap and free several raccoons determined to use my home’s dog door to enter the house and eat the dry cat food. Several, as in 31. Thirty-one. So when you watch the Cities segments on urban deer, and on raccoons, think of me…

 
 
 
 
 
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