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The natural wonders and wildlife of North, Central and South America.

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aired 207 days ago
The battle for survival in the mountains of North and South America, from the Arctic to the peaks of the Andes.
aired 207 days ago
The abundance of wildlife that live along the coasts of the Americas.
aired 208 days ago
The Americas contain the greatest variety of forests in the world.
aired 208 days ago
The hidden world of the desert reveals surprising stories of survival and perseverance.

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