When the Isthmus of Panama closed four million years ago, the two largest oceans of the planet were separated, and massive geological events created a unique place that would grow some of the most fascinating life on Earth.
Central America is home to some of the most breathtaking animals in the world. In vast and dramatic forests, several species of animals cohabitate, from the fierce jaguar to the clever monkey.
This is a long mountainous passage where hundreds of thousands of species of plants and animals live. The umbilical cord that linked the continents also created one of the richest and most diverse places on earth, the Caribbean rainforests.
This program explores the formation of the Iberian Peninsula and its introduction of fascinating plants and animals to the ecosystems of Central America. With warm sheltering tropics and a mountainous north of wet and old Euro-Siberian forests.
From the placid wood grouse to large herbivores like the chamois and the Spanish ibex to dynamic predators like bears and wolves, this program chronicles life in the animal world of this lush and varied region.
The flow of species from Mediterranean Iberia and Africa creates a rich variety of fauna that leaves the land and landscape deeply transformed. During the summer, eagles, vultures, storks, and Passeriformes fly from Africa to Europe.
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