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"A hundred years ago, there were one and a half billion people on Earth. Now, over six billion crowd
our fragile planet. But even so, there are still places barely touched by humanity. This series will
take you to the last wildernesses and show you the planet and its wildlife as you have never seen them

Episode 1 - From Pole To Pole

The first episode illustrates a 'journey' around the globe and reveals the effect of gradual
climatic change and seasonal transitions en route. During Antarctica's winter, emperor penguins
endure four months of darkness, with no food, in temperatures of –70°C. Meanwhile, as spring
arrives in the Arctic, polar bear cubs take their first steps into a world of rapidly thawing ice.


Episode 2 - Mountains

Ethiopia's Erta Ale is the longest continually erupting volcano — for over 100 years.
On the nearby highlands, geladas (the only primate whose diet is almost entirely of grass)
inhabit precipitous slopes nearly three miles up, in troops that are 800-strong: the most
numerous of their kind. Alongside them live the critically endangered walia ibex, and both
species take turns to act as lookout for predatory Ethiopian wolves.


Episode 3 - Freshwater

Only 3% of the world's water is fresh, yet all life is ultimately dependent on it.
Its journey begins as a stream in the mountains, illustrated by Venezuela's Tepui,
where there is a tropical downpour almost every day. It then travels hundreds of miles
before forming rapids.


Episode 4 - Caves

This episode explores the "planet earth's final frontier": the world of caves and tunnels.
Mexico's Cave of Swallows is 400 metres deep and is the Earth's biggest. Diving into it
is akin to jumping off New York City's Empire State Building.


Episode 5 - Deserts

Due to Siberian winds, Mongolia's Gobi Desert reaches extremes of temperature like
no other, ranging from –40°C to +50°C. It is home to the rare Bactrian camel, which
eats snow to maintain its fluid level and must limit itself to 10 litres a day if it
is not to prove fatal. Africa's Sahara is the size of the USA, and just one of its
severe dust storms could cover the whole of Great Britain.


Episode 6 - Ice Worlds

The latter contains 90% of the world's ice, and stays largely deserted until the spring,
when visitors arrive to harvest its waters. Snow petrels take their place on nunataks and
begin to court, but are preyed on by South Polar skuas. During summer, a pod of humpback
whales hunt krill by creating a spiralling net of bubbles. The onset of winter sees the
journey of emperor penguins to their breeding grounds, 100 miles inland.


Episode 7 - Great Plains

Their vast expanses contain the largest concentration of animal life. In Outer Mongolia,
a herd of gazelle flees a bush fire and has to move on to new grazing, but grass can repair
itself rapidly and soon reappears. On the Arctic tundra during spring, millions of migratory
snow geese arrive to breed and their young are preyed on by Arctic foxes.


Episode 8 - Jungles

These environments occupy only 3% of the land yet are home to over half of the world's species.
New Guinea is inhabited by almost 40 kinds of birds of paradise, which avoid conflict with each
other by living in different parts of the island. Some of their elaborate courtship displays
are shown. Within the dense forest canopy, sunlight is prized, and the death of a tree triggers
a race by saplings to fill the vacant space. Figs are a widespread and popular food, and as many
as 44 types of bird and monkey have been observed picking from a single tree.


Episode 9 - Shallow Seas

Although they constitute 8% of the oceans, they contain most marine life. As humpback
whales return to breeding grounds in the tropics, a mother and its calf are followed. While
the latter takes in up to 500 litres of milk a day, its parent will starve until it travels
back to the poles to feed — and it must do this while it still has sufficient energy left for
the journey. The coral reefs of Indonesia are home to the biggest variety of ocean dwellers.


Episode 10 - Seasonal Forests

Conifers begin sparsely in the Arctic but soon dominate the land, and the taiga circles the
globe, containing a third of all the Earth's trees. Few creatures can survive the Arctic
climate all year round, but the moose and wolverine are exceptions. 1600 kilometres to the
south, on the Pacific coast of North America, conifers have reached their full potential.
These include some of the world's tallest trees: the redwoods.


Episode 11 - Ocean Deep

It begins with a whale shark used as a shield by a shoal of bait fish to protect themselves
from yellowfin tuna. Also shown is an oceanic whitetip shark trailing rainbow runners.
Meanwhile, a 500-strong school of dolphins head for the Azores, where they work together to
feast on scad mackerel. Down in the ocean's furthest reaches, some creatures defy classification


Extra Episode 12 - The Diaries




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