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Cameras capture the beauty and natural diversity of the Canadian wilderness.

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aired 140 days ago
Exploring the extreme wilderness of Canada, from open prairies to the vast boreal forest.
aired 140 days ago
Visiting the extreme landscapes of the Canadian Arctic to witness the wonders of life in the far north.
aired 140 days ago
Journeying across Canada, from humpback whales of Newfoundland to flying squirrels and red-sided garter snakes in the rain forest of British Columbia.
aired 140 days ago
Exploring the amazing wildlife and nature from the coastal rainforests of Western Canada to the Rocky Mountains.

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