Sunday, January 31, 2010

BBC Natural World - Australia: Taking The Heat

Documentary that looks at how the wildlife of Australia has adapted from living in lush rainforest 20 million years ago to what is now the world's hottest, driest continent. Red kangaroos must keep on the move, frogs lie dormant for seven years, koalas sleep twenty hours a day, crocodiles can go for two years without food, and Aborigines pass on their secrets of survival by storytelling.

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