World Heritage: Thungyai & Galapagos
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Nice video showing animals in natural habitat. There is a big mistake in the Galapagos section: Darwin did NOT arrive to the islands on 1885 but on September 1835.

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Thanks for your comment, Professor Lehr, regarding World Heritage: Galapagos. Unfortunately we cannot revise the narration on this program at this time. However, we added the following comment to the program description:

"Correction: Charles Darwin arrived in the Galapagos on the ...Read more

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