Fri, 01 Jun 4.30am
At Chile’s northern edge, the driest desert in the world cuts off the country from the rest of South America. Here, in the Atacama Desert, wildlife has spent millions of years adapting to a life without water.
Thu, 14 Jun 6.30am
From the cold and fearsome waters of Tierra del Fuego and the Antarctic Peninsula to the frozen Patagonian steppe, we follow animals living on the very edge of existence, having to survive in some of the most extreme environments on earth.
Thu, 14 Jun 7.30am
Chile’s Valdivian forests are a unique ecosystem harbouring species of a 'land before time'. The forests of Valdivia represent the unique assemblage of ancient species, both flora and fauna, which persist today as relics of Gondwanaland.
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