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World's Last Great Places Islands DVD

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Explore some of the most remote, fascinating, and unspoiled environments on Earth in two episodes from this collection of critically acclaimed National Geographic Specials. Our compelling filmmaking allows viewers to experience the world's last great places. Be captivated by exotic wildlife and see magnificent vistas few humans have ever witnessed.


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  • 1 disc; 100 minutes
  • © 2007

Two episodes:


Galapagos Islands: Land of Dragons - Witness the incredible journey of a land iguana in the remote islands of the Galapagos.


Africa: Wild of Madagascar - Travel to the island of Madagascar to study the exotic animals of this forbidding wildlife oasis.


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        Comments about World's Last Great Places Islands DVD:

        Galapagos part was OK, gruesome in parts appeared older than expected.There are better, more recent Galapagos DVDs available The real disappointment was the Madagascar documentary. The focus of this documentary was an expedition to one particular part of Madagascar,Ankarana,. The photograph on the DVD cover is misleading, a completely different part of Madagascar in the South not covered by the film. The focus was on the expedition itself rather than on the wildlife. The filming and commentry seemed amateurish and dated.

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