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Peru: Extreme Planet / Perou: Planete Extreme / Perú: Planeto Extremo (All Regions, 2DVD)

By: Jean-Thomas Renaud(Author)
2 discs, runtime: 156 min, aspect ratio: 16:9, NTSC
Peru: Extreme Planet / Perou: Planete Extreme / Perú: Planeto Extremo (All Regions, 2DVD)
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Language: Trilingual narration in English, French, and Spanish

Peru: Extreme Planet is a three-part documentary series that follows one of the world’s top wildlife photographers, Cyril Ruoso, and two scientific reporters, on an adventurous journey through Peru as they cross three of the most extreme ecosystems on our planet: the impenetrable rainforest of the Amazon, the skyscraping glaciers of the Andes, and the desert plains of the Pacific Coast.

As they follow the water cycle from East to West, we are given a unique opportunity to discover stunning landscapes and a rich diversity of animal and plant life which have managed to adapt to conditions of extreme heat, humidity, altitude, cold, or drought.

During their search for rare and uncommon species, they meet with scientists to discover what links all three ecosystems together and why it is so important to preserve them when climate change and human activity are threatening their very existence.

Directed by Jean-Thomas Renaud (Wildlife Photographers, The Mists of Mwanenguba), Peru: Extreme Planet is the ultimate miniseries showcasing Peru’s unique nature and wildlife. Experience the beauty and thrill as these explorers capture breathtaking images, access remote sites and encounter exotic species – all in the contagious spirit of discovery!

The 2-disc DVD set includes all three episodes with English, French and Spanish language options, as well as an exclusive 24-page booklet with photos and profiles of the locations, animals and explorers featured in the series.


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By: Jean-Thomas Renaud(Author)
2 discs, runtime: 156 min, aspect ratio: 16:9, NTSC
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