Monday, October 5, 2009

National Geographic-Creatures Of The Mangrove

Journey to the tiny island of Siarau on the northwest coast of
Borneo, where a tidal mangrove forest survives. Caught between
land and sea, the forest and its creatures have adapted in bizarre
ways to the daily flooding of their habitat. Tree roots grow above
ground in search of oxygen; mudskipper fish have evolved without
lungs and can live out of water; and the highly adaptive proboscis monkey is a skillful swimmer and climber.
Experience a saltwater wilderness still untouched by man in CREATURES OF THE MANGROVE.


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