Wild Argentina: Extreme Earth

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Wild Argentina: Extreme Earth

Synopsis

Few countries in South America have such contrast and variety. Diverse habitats such as Patagonia's bleak steppe, soaring Andean snow caps, vast salt pans, lush rainforest around Iguazu Falls, steamy marshlands of Ibera, and grasslands of the Pampas support an astonishing range of wildlife - from penguins, whales and seals to condors, armadillos and guanacos.

Episodes

  • Feature

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    Argentina has a subtropical north, a polar south, a rain forested east and a mountainous west, creating a country with some of the greatest biological diversity on earth.

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    Argentina has a subtropical north, a polar south, a rain forested east and a mountainous west, creating a country with some of the greatest biological diversity on earth.

  • Dangerous Waters

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    Orcas on the hunt, penguins and right whales protecting their young, foxes patrolling the beaches - Argentina’s Atlantic coastline is as dynamic as it is dangerous.

  • Land of Survivors

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    Towering peaks, vast steppes, huge glaciers - Argentina’s highlands are home to some of the most rugged creatures on the planet, like puma, foxes, vultures, and yes, flamingoes!

  • Land of Water

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    From Anacondas to glow in the dark frogs to the tiny dusky swifts who rule the world’s largest waterfall, Argentina’s water worlds are full of natural wonders.