Documentary fanatics rejoice! A new documentary, called "Our Planet," is now available on Netflix. The Netflix original explores the planet's beauty, and juxtaposes this with an examination of "how climate change impacts all living creatures."\nThe documentary is ruthless in its exposé of the devastating effects of climate change. One particular scene shows dozens of walruses plunging to their deaths, a phenomenon that is supposedly linked to climate change.\nThe scene has received a lot of attention online, with many taking to Twitter to express their dismay.\nREAD ALSO: Hydro-Québec Update: No Power For Over 200,000 Customers Until Thursday Morning\nTL;DR People are having strong emotional reactions to a scene in Netflix's new documentary that shows walruses falling to their deaths. The bizarre behaviour has been linked to climate change.\nA clip of the scene gives us a glimpse of the episode. In it, we see walruses climbing to the top of a rocky hill. Because the ice has melted, the walrus have to go far to find food and return exhausted to the only place they can sleep: on a cramped hillside.\nExhausted and very crowded, many walruses slip and fall to their deaths.\nThe camera pans to show hundreds of bruised and bloody walrus corpses. The filmmakers look on in shock. One producer looks on with tears in her eyes. "That's the sad reality of climate change," she says. "It's really hard to witness this."\nHere is the clip. It may be upsetting to some viewers.\nThe episode has shocked viewers. Many are saying that they could not help but tear up watching the scene.\nThe walrus ending of episode 2 of #OurPlanet is the saddest wildlife sequence I've ever seen. Fuck\n— Sam Langford (@scottishscicomm) April 6, 2019\nLiterally full on sobbed to the walrus moment. This whole docu series is so heart breaking. #OurPlanet I wish as humans we can do more.\n— 🌿▪ Jessica ▪ 🌿 (@Fernevie) April 5, 2019\nThe walrus sequence in #OurPlanet is the most heartbreaking wildlife footage I’ve seen. A v hard but important watch from @sajlanfear and @BooMcP @NetflixUK @wwf_uk Walruses plunging to their deaths become new symbol of climate changehttps://t.co/dgVPLpfmAW\n— Damian Whitworth (@Damwhit) April 5, 2019\nIf you’re planning on watching #OurPlanet, don’t. 2 episodes in and I have spent close on 2 hours blubbering. How do I save all the animals @ourplanet? (Especially the walrus’).\n— Megan Murphy (@megmurphy_95) April 5, 2019\nEpisode 1 of @OurPlanet made me want to help save the planet. Episode 2 was so punishingly depressing all I want to do now is hug my dog and lay in bed. My goodness the walrus scene was brutal. #OurPlanet\n— Hondo Chavez (@HondoCz) April 6, 2019\nThe walrus scene near the end of episode 2 of Our Planet on @netflix is one of the most intense, emotional, violently heartbreaking things I have ever witnessed. Absolutely devastating! Fucking hell. Sitting here sobbing my goddamn face off! #SundayMorning\n— The Grimdragon (@the_grimdragon) April 7, 2019\nThe Walrus scene on #OurPlanet pic.twitter.com/A7fWySfbTQ\n— Ric (@rl_0409) April 9, 2019\nSome are saying that the scene is motivating them to do more to stop climate change.\nThe walrus scene on @ourplanet was the most shocking and moving scene I’ve watched in a while 😥 It’s horrible to see how much climate change & us humans are affecting the planet we share with these beautiful creatures! We all need to play a part in trying to save this planet 🌍\n— charlotte (@char_matthews) April 9, 2019\nif you don’t believe in climate change, go watch Our Planet on Netflix and wait for my Walrus scene. Then you can FIGHT me on it.\n— emma (@ermagerbs) April 9, 2019\nMate That Walrus scene in Our Planet is harrowing to watch, and if it doesn’t wake you up to what we’re doing to this planet then you’re lost 😔\n— DC (@alexdafforn98) April 9, 2019\nWatching Our Planet and sobbing over what we’ve done. 🌎 We have to get our shit together. #climatechange #OurPlanet\n— K T (@kateeters) April 7, 2019\nWhat it feels like watching OUR PLANET Show: Look at this amazing creature, and the amazing surroundings planet earth has made.Me: Omg it so beautiful.Show: It will be gone in 20 years if we don't do something. Me: Nooooooo#ourplanet #netflix\n— David D. (@David99361372) April 5, 2019\nIf the Walrus scene in Our Planet doesn’t make you reconsider everything you’re doing to make climate change happen nothing will.They’re doing this because of us. Jesus. pic.twitter.com/x6VcdJP6r4\n— Elliot Hackney (@ElliotHackney) April 7, 2019\nAnybody who doesn’t believe in gloabal warning watch the Walrus scene in Our Planet on @netflix I will never recover tbh\n— Sab (@sabrinailemus) April 9, 2019\nOthers feel helpless in the face of such widespread chaos.\nOk. I need to go sit in a dark quite room now. The walrus sequence was... disturbing. And so important to show. This is what human induced climate change is doing. At the micro scale it’s painful to see. It’s not an abstract concept. #OurPlanet\n— Alexander Georgiev (@alexvgeorgiev) April 5, 2019\nI feel bad for the poor people who took hallucinogens thinking they were in for a good time and had to witness that.\nI really thought I was going to have an enjoyable Bake and Binge session with #OurPlanet ... and then came the Walrus segment. 😭😭😪\n— Bridget Monteiro (@B_Ridge28) April 9, 2019\nI wish Trump would build a wall for the walruses and leave our southern border alone. #OurPlanet\n— Jonathan Van Ness (@jvn) April 9, 2019\nSince the release of the new, 8-part series, the walrus have become the unexpected new face for climate change. The #ourplanet on twitter features a walrus emoji after the hastag.\nIt is clear that this has captured the audience's attention. The new series is a difficult but rewarding thing to watch. I fully recommend it.