The Living Edens Episodes

1997, TV Show

Episode Detail: Kakadu: Australia's Ancient Wilderness - The Living Edens

“Kakadu: Australia's Ancient Wilderness” surveys the wildlife in this 8000-square-mile national park. The “lord of the wetland,” says narrator Peter Coyote, is the saltwater crocodile, the “largest and most aggressive survivor of the age of dinosaurs.” Crocs and their potential meals are followed for a year's six seasons in this hour, which also checks out boxing wallabies, frill-necked lizards and magpie geese, which mate for life---in threesomes (one male and two females).

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Premiered: February 01, 1997, on PBS
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Premise: Spectacular photography reveals the natural history of some of the world's most fascinating areas, ranging from the Alaskan wilderness to the dunes of Africa's Namib Desert, from southwest Africa to the edge of the Antarctic.

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