Blue Planet II continued to make viewers feel horrendously guilty with tonight's episode, especially about all that plastic we use every day that gets dumped in the oceans.
Sir David Attenborough let us know that our oceans are packed with millions and millions of bits of plastic.
A particularly heartbreaking scene showed a plastic bucket getting attached to a sperm whale.
We were also shown the tragic effect some of this dumped plastic has on albatrosses in South Georgia.
When albatrosses travel miles away to find food, they often accidentally bring back plastic bags which the chicks sadly swallow.
a hope people are watching blue planet and realise what damage we’re actually causing to our earth- firth x (@__amyfirth__) December 10, 2017
And it's not just our plastic bags that are killing wildlife.
The episode began in Norway, where the team followed orcas that had learned to start following fishing boats.
As the boats dropped their nets into the sea, the orcas treated it like a dinner bell and would hunt the fish that escaped from the nets.
The Blue Planet team soon realised how dangerous this new tactic could become.
One orca scavenging around the net became entangled. Trying to escape, he panicked and nearly died from exhaustion.
Thankfully the fisherman was able to release his net to let him go. The orca returned to his family soon after.
“Hi, I’m David Attenborough. On tonight’s special episode of Blue Planet II, I’ll be finding dead marine animals, ones you love like penguins and turtles, turning to camera and saying: Look at this. Look at what you did, you little human shits.” pic.twitter.com/KSf4d72zKt- James Felton (@JimMFelton) December 10, 2017
Every single person should be watching this episode of Blue Planet 2 tonight and the damage humans are doing]]>😢🌊😲👏🌍🦋