Rivers of Life
S2 Premieres Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 8/7c
Experience the extraordinary animals, epic landscapes, and remarkable people who live alongside three iconic rivers - the Amazon, the Nile and the Mississippi in this landmark three-part series.
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S1 Ep2 | 55m 10s | WETA Passport
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About Season 2
Featuring breathtaking photography, the second season of this landmark series explores Africa's wildest river, the Zambezi; Europe's Danube River, which travels through more countries than any other river; and North America's great frozen river, the Yukon. Journey from source to mouth and travel through awe-inspiring landscapes to discover the spectacular wildlife and fascinating people that thrive along three of Earth's greatest rivers.
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Episode 1 | Zambezi
From surfers riding mysterious waves in deep gorges, to elephants battling rapids above Victoria falls, the largest curtain of water on earth. This is the story of the wildlife and people of the Zambezi, Africa's extraordinary shape - shifting river.
Episode 2 | Danube
Europe's mighty and majestic Danube, a river of glorious riches and magical surprises. As the world's most international river, its epic journey is like no other. Featuring stunning secret tributaries, baby turtles and a waterfall riding kayaker.
Episode 3 | Yukon
Remote and wild, the Yukon is a river of extremes; in summer a restless giant, in winter it becomes a river of ice. Home to bears, moose and salmon, its riches have sustained people for centuries. The Yukon; North America's legendary frozen River.
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