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Land • 2019 • episode "Part 1" Australia: Earth's Magical Kingdom

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A look at one of the most magical lands on the planet. Its unique wildlife includes tree-dwelling kangaroos, spiders that survives under water and a bird that spreads fire.

Australia: Earth's Magical Kingdom • 2019 • 3 episodes •

Land

A look at one of the most magical lands on the planet. Its unique wildlife includes tree-dwelling kangaroos, spiders that survives under water and a bird that spreads fire.

2019 • Nature

Ocean

A natural history exploration of Australia’s magical coasts and islands, where three oceans create the perfect environment for whales, giant cuttlefish and sharks.

2019 • Nature

Human

An exploration of Australia’s mesmerising wildlife and how they have adapted to survive in the human environment, including a dancing peacock spider in a suburban garden.

2019 • Nature

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