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Inside Nature's Marvels

5 Episodes

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5 Episodes

Episode 01

49m

Explore the UNESCO World Heritage site of Halong Bay and its spectacular limestone rock formations.

Episode 02 S1EP2

50m

In the Philippines on the island of Palawan, the longest underground river in the world is navigable for six kilometres and flows into the South China Sea.

Episode 03 S1EP3

49m

The Iguazu Falls which straddle the frontier between Brazil and Argentina are among the biggest and most dramatic waterfalls in the world.

Episode 04 S1EP4

50m

The Amazon is the largest river on Earth and at the heart of an extraordinary ecosystem, supporting an abundance of colourful wildlife. The rainforest is still one of the least populated areas in the world, but the greed for more farmland puts pressure on its natural habitat. Nevertheless, the diversity of species here remains unrivalled in the natural world, and includes animals like the Amazon pink dolphins or manatees.

Episode 05 S1EP5

49m

The marine life of the Komodo islands is particularly diverse. In Eastern Indonesia, strong currents between the Indian and Pacific Oceans bring nutrient-rich waters to the area.