Travel south along Mexico's mountain spine, explore the tropical forests of the Maya and journey across the deserts of Northern Mexico to discover its amazing wildlife and culture.
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Episode 1x3; Aug 15, 2018
Journey across the deserts of Northern Mexico, home to a rich community of animals.
1x3: Burning North
1x2: Mountain Worlds
1x1: Forests of the Maya
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