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Title Wild Brazil: Facing the Flood - Ep 2 Of 3 / Director: Stevens, Joe
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2014
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Summary Eyes from around the globe have been focused on the vibrant country of Brazil throughout the 2014 FIFA World Cup. But away from the bright stadium lights and passionate football fans is a different side of Brazil, but with just as much action.This four-part documentary series Wild Brazil brings some of the country's most iconic species to the screens in a fresh and exciting way, showcasing never-before-filmed behaviour, and giving amazing insights into their personalities and relationships.Brazil is the wild heart of South America, home to more species than any other country on the planet. But it is also a land of extremes, where animals must learn to adapt to survive. This series follows the intimate lives of an exceptional set of animal characters as time moves from the vast floods of the wet season to the ravaging fires of the dry seasonThis intimate journey to the heart of a Brazil continues, following the animal families as they face the formidable monsoon rains. The giant otter babies must watch out for predatory jaguars and learn to swim before their river floods. The coatis must eat all they can before their world disappears underwater, and the youngest capuchin monkey has to learn some clever survival skills fast. (Part 2 of 3) (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC **New Episode**Follow the conversation on Twitter: #SBSdoco
Event Broadcast 2014-07-23 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Capuchin monkeys -- Behavior.
Floods -- Environmental aspects.
Otters -- Behavior.
Otters -- Infancy.
Predation (Biology)
Form Streaming video
Author Stevens, Joe, director