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حياكم الله تعالى إخواني إليكم السلسلة الرائعة لعام 2012 العوالم الصغيرة للطبيعة من الـ BBC .
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BBC Natures Microworlds 2012
Documentaries exploring ecosystems around the world, It’s unfortunate that this series comes so soon after Secrets of Our Living Planet. Where Chris Packham had an hour to explore small acts of symbiosis within ecosystems, Steve Backshall has to narrate the story of entire ecosystems in half that time.
Part 1: Galapagos
A visit to arguably the most famous archipelago on Earth, the Galapagos. It's home to a myriad of bizarre and unique creatures, endemic to these islands - but how did they get here and what is the key to these extraordinary islands that allows them to thrive? The programme reveals that this key holds not just the secret to life here, but also to how Darwin was able to leave with the ideas that would revolutionise biology.
Part 2: Serengeti
A look at one of the most famous habitats on the planet, the Serengeti in East Africa, a vast grassland that is home to some of the greatest concentrations of herbivores on the continent. But what is the key to this exceptional grassland that allows such density and diversity?
Part 3: Amazon
Steve Backshall lifts the lid on an incredible world of intricate relationships and unexpected hardship in the Amazon rainforest, explores the way that the jungle's inhabitants interact, and reveals a hidden secret that might just be what keeps the whole place alive.
Part 4: Monterey Bay
Monterey Bay on California's coast is one of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the world, its giant kelp forest bursting with life, from microscopic plankton to visiting ocean giants. The secret key to success in such a busy microworld is balance. Steve Backshall guides us through the unique geography of the bay and introduces some of its key characters in a quest to find the one species that keeps life in the kelp forest in check.
Part 5: Okavango
Steve Backshall tries to discover just what makes it possible for a river to stop in the middle of a desert. The Okavango is the world's largest inland delta and home to a one of Africa's greatest congregations of wildlife, and in asking the difficult questions Steve reveals the astounding secret to its existence.
Part 6: Svalbard
In a revelatory look at Svalbard, the most northerly region in the series, Steve Backshall leaves no stone unturned as he unravels the secrets that lie covered in ice for most of each year. Svalbard is cold, dark and foreboding, yet it is home to the world's largest land predator and the most northerly population of large herbivore, but Steve discovers that the real secret to this place comes from a very different world.
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Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG-4
Video Bitrate: 1553 kbps
Video Resolution: 720 x 416
Video Aspect Ratio: 16.9
Frames Per Second: 25
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3)
Audio Bitrate: 128 kb/s AC3 48000 Hz)
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: English
RunTime Per Part: 30.Mins
Number Of Parts: 6
Part Size: 349 MB
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