Natural World: Wild Indonesia
Strung out along 5000 kilometers of the Equator, between Asia and Australia, Indonesia's 17,000 islands make up the largest and most varied archipelago on Earth. From freezing glaciers to coral reefs, orangutans to Komodo dragons, the sheer diversity of landscapes and life defies the imagination. This 3-part series tells the story of one of the world's most fascinating regions and its magical wildlife.
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