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7 Million Flock to the Desert's End -- Seabirds, The Sahara
TV Documentary Nature
Africa's Sahara Desert is the biggest desert in the world. At the edge of this desert there is an unusual island to which great flocks of birds from all over the world migrate. Seven million birds of 100 species, including exotic birds like flamingos, gather there. In the harsh desert, where neither grasses nor trees grow, pelicans and cormorants must hunt to find food for their young, widening an intense struggle. Why do they come to this harsh island environment? The key to unraveling this mystery can be found in the sands of the desert.
International sales companyNHK/ NHK Enterprises
RemarksClean, M/E + English
Note: This episode is part of a series.
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