Africa: Eye to Eye With the Unknown
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The BBC Continues Its Stellar Run of Nature Programs with 'Africa: Eye to Eye With the Unknown' | 5 Mar 2013 // 10:10 PM

A magnificent, six-episode series, it uses its breathtaking photography, including time-lapse shots, satellite footage, extreme close-ups and slow-motion to focus on what is arguably the most romantic and beloved continent in terms of wildlife.

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