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Lost Worlds: Life in the Balance (2001)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Short | 14 April 2001 (USA)
Lost Worlds takes viewers on a global exploration of the fascinating interconnectedness of all living things. Leap off the top of Angels Falls; the highest waterfall in the world, dive into... See full summary »

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Lost Worlds takes viewers on a global exploration of the fascinating interconnectedness of all living things. Leap off the top of Angels Falls; the highest waterfall in the world, dive into active volcanoes and climb to the top of tropical rain forest to participate in the epic story of biodiversity and its profound importance to human life.

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great expedition
27 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Originally presented in IMAX theaters, LOST WORLDS looks at untouched aspects

of nature in parts of the world where humans rarely tread.

From plants, to animals, to geology,

this artfully photographed documentary presents facets of the biological world that you are not likely to see anywhere else.

What happened here? What keeps all civilizations alive? To find out, join narrator Harrison Ford on a scientific adventure from the arctic to the equator. Tunnel into a metropolis of micro-organisms beneath New York, swim through the underwater forests of the Pacific, and climb to the top of the mysterious mountains in Venezuela that inspired Arthur Conan Doyle's novel The Lost World. Discover the wonders of biological diversity—and its importance to all of us.


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