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'Hidden India' is a 3 part BBC series bringing out the unexplored side of natural India to the outside world, with each episode covering various facets of India like its rivers, mountains and vibrant wildlife.
Gordon Buchanan leads a team of camera specialists as they work with scientists to fit specialist cameras to wild animals that will allow extraordinary new discoveries to be made about the lives of these animals.
Liz Bonnin joins the crew of the research vessel Alucia as they embark upon a scientific expedition to the Galapagos Islands to help protect the biological wonderland from the effects of climate change.
I watched a good teaser or trailer on this series and that prompted me to watch. The footage is really good and keep your eyes watching...most times. But then,I dont know what it is,I fell asleep in 2 of 3 chapters. It might be the slow pace of the stories. As a plain simple espectator I would have made the series in just 2 episodes,or even a lonely longer one (maybe 90 minutes). But then,what do I know. Still,good.
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