Africa: Season 1 (2013)


Season 1
Africa

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The extraordinary natural survivors of the Kalahari in Africa's ancient south west corner.

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The constantly changing nature of East Africa's Savannah forces animals to adapt quickly.

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The Congo covers the very heart of Africa, and is the most dynamic habitat on the planet.

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An explosion of life is created by two ocean currents that sweep around Southern Africa.

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North Africa is home to the greatest and toughest desert on Earth, the Sahara.

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What lessons learned from the rest of the world can we bring back to our ancestral homeland?

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Exploring five diverse regions of Africa as you've never seen it before.

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  • May 18, 2016
    One of the best documentary mini-series out there. It's educational, beautifully filmed and oddly enough: funny. While the narrator would explain was happening with an animal, the editors would display a clip of that animal making a certain facial expression that humorously depicted their emotion such as feeling confused, threatened, happy, annoyed, etc. I loved that aspect of this series. Also, the soundtrack/score is fitting, the narrator is easy to listen to, and the information is captivating. It's a great informational series about the different areas of Africa and I couldn't take my eyes away from the screen

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