This series captures how endangered wolves, bears, falcons, and eagles hunt and raise their young in the unique landscape of Italy, which ranges from the highest Apennine Mountains to the dry canyons of the South, from the brackish lagoons of Venice and Sardinia to the cliffs of small islands, and the worlds best-preserved beech forests.
These films showcase the most spectacular and best-preserved wild places in Italy. Among them the Abruzzi National Park with the most significant population of Brown Bears in Western Europe, the Western coast of Sardinia, which is the second largest and wildest island in the Mediterranean, and the Gran Sasso peak with the endemic chamois, and finally the deep canyon of Southern Italy.
These landscapes were shaped by ancient human populations, but today they belong to the animals living in this wilderness.
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