Netflix The documentary series premiered this week Fabulous national parks (Our Great National Parks), one of whose chapters focused on Chile.
The project was narrated by the former President of the United States Barack Obama It is considered a natural landmark because it shows the life of Monito del Monte, a small marsupial settlement in the south of the country.
The Chilean episode was made by production company Wildspace, of the United Kingdom, with recordings under the scientific supervision of Dr. Roberto Nespolo, who is leading several investigations at the San Martin Experimental Station, affiliated with the University of Austral in Chile.
In fact, Nespolo made his team They discovered new details of the biology of this marsupial, Such as hibernation in the colder months or regulating their energy consumption based on the amount of food they get.
“This documentary is also fitting because it will present monito del monte with incredible images that have never been seen before. The invitation is to watch the premiere and learn more about the work we’ve been doing for over 12 years,” Nespolo said.
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The documentary consists of five chapters focusing on:
- Amazing World (Trailer)
- Chilean Patagonia.
- Tsavo, Kenya.
- Monterey Bay National Marine Reserve, United States.
- Gunung Lesser National Park, Indonesia.
You can see the preview below:
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