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Go Jetters teams with Planet Earth II

Mash-up video marks the launch of the second series of preschool hit on CBeebies.

BBC Worldwide’s preschool hit Go Jetters has teamed up with Planet Earth II for a special mash-up video.

The new clip showcases Go Jetters through the lens of the BBC’s awe inspiring natural history landmark title Planet Earth II.

It is narrated by Sir David Attenborough and features music by Hans Zimmer.

The video was created in collaboration with BBC Earth to promote the premiere of the second series of Go Jetters on CBeebies on September 18 and will feature on the Go Jetters YouTube channel.

You can view the mash-up clip below:

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