|From the BBC's internationally renowned, award winning Natural History unit comes the second release in this extraordinarily ambitious undertaking. BBC Atlas of the Natural World is a unique survey of life on Earth in all its remarkable richness an beauty. This twelve-disc set brings together landmark BBC series that combine to give one of the most comprehensive portraits of Africa (Wild Africa and Congo), the Mediterranean (The First Eden), Europe (Europe: A Natural History), the Western Hemisphere (Land of the Eagle, Spirits of the Jaguar, Wild South America) and Antarctica (Life in the Freezer) ever assembled. In over 35 hours of programming reaching back over three billion years, viewers will examine the birth of these vast continents from the dawn of time and examine how the rise of human civilization has forever changed the landscape.|
Editor's NoteTwo programs in the BBC's ATLAS OF THE NATURAL WORLD television series are included on this program. The first title takes a look at developments in Africa and Europe while the second covers the entire western hemisphere.