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Earth's Greatest Rivers

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Old Thursday 3rd January 2019, 09:01   #1
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Earth's Greatest Rivers

This program is on BBC2 for 3 consecutive nights.
The first, on the Amazon, was excellent, but the second on the Nile was superb. One of the best geography/wildlife programs I've seen. Amongst the many amazing things, the team discovered the extraordinary way in which wildlife has taken over the former brutal dictator Idi Amin's lodge and the strange way in which species which you would not normally expect to co-exist peacefully doing so there.
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