Enjoy 50 Hours of Nature Sounds from BBC Earth

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BBC Nature Sounds

BBC Earth is offering six 10-hour “visual soundscapes” from nature to relax and unwind.

Immerse yourself in some of the most stunning landscapes on Earth combined with accompanying sounds from nature.

Each 10 hour visual soundscape is a combination of natural sounds and stunning video from the BBC Planet Earth II series, melded into a 10 hour treat for the eyes and ears.

According to a study from BBC Earth and the University of California, watching content from Planet Earth II “inspired significant increases in feelings of awe, contentedness, joy, amusement and curiosity, and it also acted to reduce feelings of tiredness, anger and stress”.

I haven't listened to these the whole way through. It's likely that the sound would be looped after a certain amount of time for such a long length video.

The six soundscapes are jungle, island, desert, mountain, grassland, and city.

10 Hours Of Relaxing Jungle Sounds | Planet Earth II | Earth Unplugged

10 Hours of Relaxing Island Sounds | Planet Earth II | Earth Unplugged

10 Hours Of Relaxing Planet Earth II Desert Sounds | Earth Unplugged

10 Hours Of Relaxing Planet Earth II Mountain Sounds | Earth Unplugged

10 Hours Of Relaxing Planet Earth II Grassland Sounds | Earth Unplugged

10 Hours Of Relaxing Planet Earth II City Sounds | Earth Unplugged

All footage used was filmed by the Planet Earth II camera teams while out on location.

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While these are quite stunning, each video one is 30 minutes long looped 20 times to make 10 hours. A short logo is inserted between them. They are not 10 hours of original footage.

Yep I mentioned in the article that I didn't listen or watch any all the way through (I don't have the speed or bandwidth to so) and that they could be looped since the videos are so long. Thanks for paying attention to how long the loops were and mentioning it, I appeciate it.