Arabian Inferno is a five-part nature documentary narrated by Nicholas Gauci, exploring the landscapes and wildlife of the Arabian Peninsula. The parched and barren landscape of the Arabian Peninsula offers a vivid backdrop for life in the harsh desert. Water is scarce and death due to the extreme heat is common, yet a natural world continues to flourish. Follow some of the desert's most iconic creatures and learn the unique ways in which they've adapted to the stark conditions around them.
|Episode 1 - When the Rain Comes|
Episode 1 - When the Rain Comes
For 3 months every year, a remote region on the south west coast undergoes an astonishing transformation into a lush, verdant oasis.
Episode 2 - In Cold Blood
This episode looks at the reptiles of the Arabian Desert, the undisputed rulers of this region.
Episode 3 - Life and Death in the Dunes
This episode follows the rise and fall of the sun over 36 hours in the Arabian desert, and looks at the many challenges it brings to the creatures that live here.
Episode 4 - Wonders of the Wadi
A wadi, which is the Arabic word for valley, is a waterhole, a rare place in the desert where animals must come to drink.
Episode 5 - Aerial Masters
The Arabian Peninsula is the world's transit hub for 3 billion birds on migration to and from Europe, Africa and Asia.
|Arabian Peninsula - wikipedia
The Arabian Peninsula is a land mass situated north-east of Africa. Also known as Arabia or the Arabian subcontinent, it is the world's largest peninsula.
This is a three-part BBC documentary series about the wildlife, people and culture of the Arabian peninsula.
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