Surviving plant and animal species from ancient times

Format: 4K
Duration: 52’
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Available version: French
Rights: All Rights | Worldwide
Director: Franck Decluzet
Production: AMPERSAND


Along Australia’s east coast, facing the Great Barrier Reef, lie vast wetlands occupied by rainforests, swamps, and mangroves.

More than any other region in the country, Queensland is home to exceptional biological diversity, with unique plant and animal species survivors of ancient times.

To enter these primary forests is to travel back in time to the earliest days of the island continent and tropical Australia’s origins.