Animal migration through Mediterranean Iberia and Africa transforms the landscape. Some species make it to the peninsula without crossing the barrier of the Pyrenees, but other African travelers conquer the continent little by little.
Life in the Iberian Peninsula is lush and varied. Learn how two opposing worlds were joined in a single territory that remained isolated by the Pyrenees Mountains. The results are a collection of forgotten places, exciting animals, and unique splendors.
At the edge of the Old World there is a peninsula connecting Europe and Africa. With warm sheltering tropics in its southern regions and a mountainous north of wet and old forests, the Iberian Peninsula contains mystery and diversity.
When the Isthmus of Panama closed 4 million years ago, the two largest oceans of the planet were separated and massive geological events created a unique place. Discover five incredibly diverse regions within Central America and the Caribbean.
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Premise: Nature series examining biodiversity in Central America and the Iberian Peninsula.