Platypus - World's Strangest Animal

Available: SD 1 x 60'

Platypus - World's Strangest Animal

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THE TIMELESS AWARD-WINNING WILDLIFE DOCUMENTARY

One of only two living mammals to lay eggs, the platypus has baffled and inspired the scientific community for hundreds of years. Three years in the making, this stunning natural history film takes us down the East Coast of Australia to the many serenely beautiful habitats of the platypus. Technology specially created for this film captures images from inside the nesting chamber of a wild platypus, and records the extraordinary sounds of the mother suckling her offspring. We watch as they grow from newborns to adulthood. Join renowned documentary makers David Parer and Elizabeth Parer-Cook (Dragons of Galapagos, Wolves of the Sea) on this fascinating journey from the rainforests of Queensland to the frozen mountains of Tasmania, as they reveal new insights into this mysterious creature.

Credits

Dione Gilmour
David Parer, Elizabeth Parer-Cook
An Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Discovery Channel production in association with Telcast International GmbH