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Quality so high you'd think it was a prime time series
By focusing on a small region of the planet, I assumed BBC Earth wouldn't give this series the writing, editing, camera quality, and narrator budgets that it required. That's what happened with Wild North and Wild China, but that certainly wasn't the case with Wild Alaska. The narrator seemed reasonably enthusiastic and entertaining, the writing and editing told a perfect story that seamlessly transitioned between segments, and the shots were just as stunning and beautiful as any of BBC Earth's primary series. I was very pleased with this short series and I recommend it to nature fans.
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