Sea • 2018 • episode "S1E2" Wild Chile

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See many of Chile's varied marine animals as a group of dedicated filmmakers tries to have a close encounter with the largest animal to ever live on Earth, the blue whale.

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Wild Chile • 2018 • 3 episodes •

Land

Journey through Chile on a quest to find its elusive Pumas. On the way, discover the wondrous creatures that inhabit this beautiful country.

2018 • Travel

Sea

See many of Chile's varied marine animals as a group of dedicated filmmakers tries to have a close encounter with the largest animal to ever live on Earth, the blue whale.

2018 • Travel

Behind the Scenes

Join the team from Wild Chile on their adventure as they get up-close and personal with some of the country's most magnificent wildlife.

2018 • Travel

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