ABC - Nature of Australia (2003)

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ABC - Nature of Australia (2003)

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Nature of Australia

Nature Documentary published by ABC in 2003 - English narration

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The earliest explorers of Australia felt themselves to be in an alien world of bizarre animals and strange plants, a land left behind by time. That sense of strangeness pervades the perception of Australia to the present day.

This digitally remastered and internationally acclaimed documentary traces the making of Australia and the origins of its most extraordinary inhabitants. This series explores the diversity of the landscape, from the seas to the arid interior, the effects of the extremes of flood, drought and bushfire and examines the impact of two hundred years of European settlement on the land, its plants and animals.


1) A Separate Creation
Traces the rise of the marsupials, from their beginnings in the primeval forest of ancient Gondwanaland to their triumph as the dominant animals in Australia, culminating in the kangaroos.

2) Seas under Capricorn
The story of the seas that encircle Australia with a unique chain of marine environments from icy Antarctica to the marvels of the Great Barrier Reef.

3) The Making of the Bush
Ancient rainforests gave rise to the eucalypt woodlands and heathlands, and remarkable animals, from honeyeaters and possums to numbats and koalas.

4) The Sunburnt Country
Australia's arid interior is often called the dead heart. In fact, it teems with life, supported by a hidden network of buried rivers recharged by rare but heavy rains.

5) Land of Flood and Fire
Where life is governed by monsoonal flood and drought. The first people on the continent arrived here, and used fire to farm and manage the land.

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Video Codec: XviD MPEG-4 codec
Video Bitrate: 2079 KB/s
Video Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Video Resolution: 672 x 368
Audio Codec:FAST Multimedia AG DVM (Dolby AC3)
Audio BitRate: 192 KB/s (CBR)
Audio Channels: 2 Ch
RunTime: 00:55
Framerate: 25 FPS
Number Of Parts: 5
Part Size: 895mb ea (1/5th DVD)
Encoded by: gavin63
Subtitles: Yes English

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1) Related Documentaries
* Queenslands Outback
* Soundscapes Desert Vision
* Australia - Eye of the Storm
* Australia - Taking the Heat
* Australia's Animal Mysteries
* Australia: Land before Time
* Danger Down Under
* Discovery Atlas Australia Revealed
* Kakadu and Arnhem Land
* Kangaroo Comeback
* King Koala
* Lizards of Oz
* Naturally Australia - Treading Water
* Outback Serpents
* Platypus, World's Strangest Animal
* Rare Bear - The Tablelands Tree Kangaroo
* Terrors of Tasmania
* The Life of Mammals
* Wild Australasia
* Wildest Australia
* Wombats - Bulldozers of the Bush
* Wonders of Australia's National Parks

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Nature.of.Australia.1.of.5.A.Separate.Creation.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [895.36 Mb]
Nature.of.Australia.2.of.5.Seas.Under.Capricorn.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [895.99 Mb]
Nature.of.Australia.3.of.5.The.Making.of.the.Bush.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [895.97 Mb]
Nature.of.Australia.4.of.5.The.Sunburnt.Country.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [895.98 Mb]
Nature.of.Australia.5.of.5.Land.of.Flood.and.Fire.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.avi  [895.98 Mb]
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Nature.of.Australia.2.of.5.Seas.Under.Capricorn.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.srt  [44.6 Kb]
Nature.of.Australia.3.of.5.The.Making.of.the.Bush.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.srt  [46.2 Kb]
Nature.of.Australia.4.of.5.The.Sunburnt.Country.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.srt  [40.4 Kb]
Nature.of.Australia.5.of.5.Land.of.Flood.and.Fire.XviD.AC3.MVGroup.org.srt  [44.1 Kb]



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