Wild Life

Wild Life

5 Episodes

This breathtaking series aims at discovering why two very different regions of the planet, very far away from each other, are so rich in biodiversity. Central America is a strip of land connecting two large land masses, a small region with an extraordinary natural richness. The Iberian Peninsula is the most bio-diverse region in Europe, acting as an umbilical cord between Africa and Europe.

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Wild Life
  • Ocean's Border

    Episode 1

    Central America is a strip of land connecting two large land masses, a small region with an extraordinary natural richness. The Iberian Peninsula is the most bio-diverse region in Europe, acting as an umbilical cord between Africa and Europe. Both places are defined as "biological bridges."

  • Central America

    Episode 2

    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.

  • Caribbean Rainforest

    Episode 3

    Central America is home to some of the most breathtaking animals in the world. In vast and dramatic forests, several dynamic species of animal cohabitate - from the fierce jaguar to the clever monkey.

  • Iberian Europe

    Episode 4

    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.

  • Iberian Peninsula

    Episode 5

    A long, mountainous passage connects North and South America. Here, hundreds of thousands of species live in one of the richest and most diverse places on earth - the Caribbean rainforests.