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Scientists discover new species of wildlife in Mt. Mabu, a remote forest region in Mozambique that was, until recently, was one of the few unexplored places left on Earth. Correspondent Jeffrey Barbee follows a research team to Mt. Mabu reporting on their new finds and explaining why this lost Eden is important for conservation. In the Sundarbans of Bangladesh, indigenous people have sustainably harvested mangrove forests for their livelihood for generations. The UK's Ecologist TV investigates how their way of life is now threatened by mismanagement, corruption and overexploitation. And a small group of blind Texans, made birding for the blind a competitive sport by starting the Outta Sight Song Birder Tournament. Filmmakers Ryan Fitzgibbons and Danny Ledonne tell their story in the film Kiskadee. (Earth Focus, Episode 28)
Time | May 9
From rainforests shrinking to cities mushrooming to deserts blooming, a new project from Google and Time magazine allows users to view timelapse im...