Tropical Rainforest – Secrets of World Climate, Episode 1 (New Version)


NEWLY ENHANCED EDITION WITH AN EXTRA MINUTE OF FOOTAGE AND INFO!

The tropical rainforest. When we hear this, maybe we think of steamy jungles of Indonesia and Malaysia, the Amazon, Borneo, Java, Bali, the Congo of Central Africa, or the lush islands of the South Pacific.

See this part of the planet like you’ve never seen it before, in an original new earth documentary, exploring the geography of our planet’s equatorial zone.

I’ll explain how it is that this region experiences huge amounts of rain all year round, the biodiversity that results from the combination of all this rain in this tropical heat, and the countries and cities that lie within its influence.

The first episode in a geography series showcasing our beautiful planet, themed by all its major climate zones, here we show this part of the world in its full beauty, and uncover the secrets of why it is that way.

Countries featured in this climate zone are:
Costa Rica, The Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Congo, Uganda, New Guinea, Fiji, French Polynesia, Palau, Malaysia, Indonesia and The Philippines.

Cities featured in this climatic region are:
Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Hilo.

VIDEOGRAPHY AND PHOTOGRAPHY CREDITS

EXTRA SPECIAL THANKS FOR PERMISSION TO USE FOOTAGE
Milosh Kitchovitch (Congo Gorillas & Indonesia) https://youtu.be/2b9txcAt4e0 https://youtu.be/QyCAVHRiUKs

AND SPECIAL THANKS TO THESE AWESOME
SHARING AND CARING FOLKS IN THE CREATIVE COMMONS
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) – https://youtu.be/cBnbLJ5TzvE https://youtu.be/F3drbGqs3D0
Larry Syverson (Hilo)
Ed Uthman (Big Island Hawaii)
Frank Vassen (Madagascar)

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Narrated, Written and Produced by
B.J.Ranson

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