Discovery Channel's Africa

From Africa is a Country Mon Jan 14 2013, 09:00:03

The Discovery Channel and the BBC have joined forces to produce a new seven part series entitled, Africa. The series is four years in the making and brings together stunning footage of the landscapes and animals within the continent. The first episode focuses on the Kalahari Desert, while later ones will capture the wildlife in [...]

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