Wild Arabia (2013– )
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The Jewel of Arabia 

Most of the sun-scorched peninsula is arid and almost barren, but not the coastal Dohar mountains at both sides of the Oman-Yemen border. It has a much richer wildlife, including some rare ... See full summary »

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Chadden Hunter
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Episode credited cast:
Alexander Siddig ... Narrator (voice)
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Hadi Al Hikmani Hadi Al Hikmani ... Himself
Mateo Willis Mateo Willis ... Himself
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Most of the sun-scorched peninsula is arid and almost barren, but not the coastal Dohar mountains at both sides of the Oman-Yemen border. It has a much richer wildlife, including some rare species, such as the Arabian wolf and Arabian leopard. The sea is even richer, including the only whale species which doesn't migrate to colder waters. The key are the Indian monsoons, which pull away warm water and thus cause cold to rise from the deep with abundant nutrients. Written by KGF Vissers

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1 March 2013 (UK) See more »

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8 November 2017 | by gian_99See all my reviews

I am interested about nature, but the Arabian peninsula is rarely visited compared to other areas of the globe, mainly because of geopolitical reasons. So, in absence of direct or even indirect experience, I had a very different image of the place. This second episode was especially interesting with images of wild mammals I did not know still existed in Arabia (leopards, hyenas, and wolves). The Arabian leopard is particularly a rarity the existence of which I did not know.

As usual wonderfully filmed. I watched this on one of the digital free channels from Rai (RAI 5). Too bad that I missed the Wild Arabia Diaries part, I was curious about how some of the animals were filmed (some views are really unbelievable).

Nice mind trip to an Arabia different from what I could imagine.


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