Nature: Season 3 (1984 - 1985)


Season 3
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Air date: Sep 30, 1984

The volcanic explosion that obliterated Krakatau on Aug. 27, 1883. Since then, the area has enjoyed an ecological comeback. Among the sightings: a Javan rhino, long-clawed fiddler crabs and kingfishers. George Page narrates.

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Air date: Oct 7, 1984

The impact of the Iran-Iraq War on the Persian Gulf.

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Air date: Oct 14, 1984

How flowers engage in "Sexual Encounters of the Floral Kind" with insects that transport pollen from plant to plant. Included: a look at the Australian hammer orchid, which assumes the shape of a female wasp to attract pollen-laden males. Host: George Page.

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Air date: Oct 21, 1984

The Nature series on public television include explorations of some of the more unusual wildlife locales of the world. In Nature: Fragments of Eden, the viewer can travel to the Seychelles off the coast of Africa and encounter highly distinct forms of animal and plant life not seen anywhere else. Its isolated location and strict conservation laws have preserved life forms that are important evolutionary links. Rare birds and mammals can be found here. The underwater sea life also includes several endangered turtles, who thrive in the environment.

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Air date: Oct 28, 1984

"The Face of the Deep" probes the waters of the Sargasso Sea, which harbor an array of odd-looking marine life. Observed: the angler fish, master of camouflage; and the Portuguese man-of-war.

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Air date: Nov 11, 1984

Part of the Nature Series, which transports viewers to exotic locations for an exploration and celebration of each region's wildlife, Nature Series: Yellowstone in the Winter journeys to Yellowstone National Park in the coldest season. Viewers observe the park's animal inhabitants throughout the bitter fall and winter months. Enduring relentless blizzards and below-freezing temperatures, these hardy creatures fight for survival in a land of ice and snow.

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Air date: Dec 2, 1984

Cinematographer Hugh Miles examines ways in which wildlife in the British Isles adjusts to winter. Observed: adder snakes, frogs, dormice and brimstone butterflies, which fatten up before hibernating.

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Air date: Dec 9, 1984

Descending Africa's tallest mountain, "Kilimanjaro" from its summit at 19,340 feet to ground level. Observed: African rosewoods and thickets of heather; evergreen rain forests; and the Amboseli National Park, home to giraffes, elephants, zebras and hippos. Narrator: George Page.

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Air date: Dec 16, 1984

A look at the delta of the Danube River, where the 1800-mile waterway---long celebrated for its beauty---empties into the Black Sea. Observed: the mating and nesting habits of migratory birds such as grebes, terns and gulls.

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Air date: Jan 13, 1985

Cinematographer Simon Trevor films Africa's bateleur eagle, known for its aerobatics and lustrous plumage. A pair of bateleurs are seen courting, building a nest, protecting their egg from predators and nurturing the eaglet.

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