It's hot. Dang hot. Prepare for the daily struggle of life in America's expansive desert country. For many creatures in the Wild South West, survival means being tough and creative. From the fur-clad bears on the treeless mountain tops of Big Bend National Park, to the twenty million bats that pour out of Bracken Cave every night to form the largest concentrations of mammals on the planet - Wild South West delivers a surprise twist at every turn.
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In Texas and other places in the dry American Southwest, whether you are a bear, a bat, an insect or a coyote, you have to be tough to survive. A narrator full of southern charm, Jay Danner-McDonald, introduces us to this harsh world.
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- Released: 01 Aug 2018
- Runtime: 45 min
- Genre: Documentary, Western
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- Language: English
- Country: USA
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Episode 1x5; Aug 08, 2018
The Texas border hides a desert Eden, where the Rio Grande meets mountains: Big Bend.
1x5: Desert's Edge
1x4: Death Valley
1x2: The Good, the Bad and the Deadly
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