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Big Sur: Wild California

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Big Sur: Wild California
California's Big Sur coastline is one of the most pristine wildernesses on Earth. This scenic meeting of land and sea boasts more than 200,000 acres of prime wildlife habitat - almost all of it undisturbed by humans. So why has it been only in the last few years that this rare ecosystem has experienced an explosion in wildlife? As we solve the mystery of why Big Sur is the newest beacon for wildlife in the West, we'll soar over, plunge into and crawl through scenes of spectacular beauty.

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