WildMed: The Last Mediterranean Forest

This is one of the most important wildlife sanctuaries on the continent. It's Sierra Morena, and it's under attack. A tree plague blights the forest and the ecosystem is struggling to recover.
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Overview

This is one of the most important wildlife sanctuaries on the continent. It's Sierra Morena, and it's under attack. A tree plague blights the forest and the ecosystem is struggling to recover. Human intervention causes unprecedented damage. Danger looms just ahead, for if we continue to destroy the things upon which we thrive, the next candidate for extinction may be humanity.

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WildMed: The Last Mediterranean Forest

01: WildMed: The Last Mediterranean Forest

This is one of the most important wildlife sanctuaries on the continent. It's Sierra Morena, and it's under attack. A tree plague blights the forest and the ecosystem is struggling to recover. Human intervention causes unprecedented damage. Danger looms just ahead, for if we continue to destroy the things upon which we thrive, the next candidate for extinction may be humanity.

49 min