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Equator - A new world viewDiversity (eps. 2)

In science, the Equator is known as both the cradle of life and the museum of life, because some 75 per cent of species arose there and most never went extinct.

In the calm, moist, warm equatorial lands, there’s nothing to stress animals to death -- except, of course, humans. Traveling from Kenya to the Maldives to Tiputini, in Ecuador – said to be the most biodiverse place on Earth – this episode looks at how the fabulous diversity of the Equator is being saved.

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Primitive Entertainment and Spiegel TV in association with ZDF, ARTE, NHK, Discovery Canada and ZDF Enterprises
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