Wild Europe is a BBC nature documentary series looking at the events which have shaped the natural history and wildlife of the European continent over the past three billion years. The series uses lots of computer generated imagery to bring to life extinct species and to show how the European cities of today would have looked at various points in the past. The series consists of four episodes: the first episode "Genesis" tells of how Europe's stunning landscapes and wildlife were created; the second episode "Ice Ages" traces Europe's natural history of the Ice Ages; the third episode "Taming the Wild" explores the growing influence of people on the land; and the fourth episode "A New Millennium" features the changes that Europe's natural history has experienced over the past decades.
Episode 1 - Genesis
This episode tells of how Europe's stunning landscapes and wildlife were created, using computer generated graphics and geological evidence.
Episode 2 - Ice Ages
This episode traces Europe's natural history of the Ice Ages - how Europe's landscapes and wildlife were affected by the Ice Ages.
Episode 3 - Taming the Wild
This episode explores the growing influence of people on the land - animals were tamed, seeds were sown, forests decimated and minerals excavated.
Episode 4 - A New Millennium
This episode features the changes that Europe's natural history has experienced over the past decades.
|Europe: A Natural History - wikipedia
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