Madagascar separated from Africa approximately 160 million years ago, so the island is full of unique species. Approximately 95 percent of Madagascar’s reptiles and 92 percent of its mammals exist nowhere else on Earth.
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Life in Antarctica must be incredibly challenging. What quirky behaviors have species developed as a result? We hear quite a bit about the melting of ice sheets but how are the animals adapting to these changes?
N E W Z E A L A N D
The isolated islands of New Zealand are a hot bed of unique biodiversity. Kiwis are the islands’ most famous exotic bird but there are 21 other species of animals that live only in New Zealand.
A M A Z O N
The Amazon inspires the dreams of every animal lover, over flowing as it is with exotic creatures, but how are these animals faring these days? Where are the major areas suffering from human incursions?
G R E A T B E A R R A I N F O R E S T
The intriguing Spirit Bear is another mystery animal that needs to be interviewed for the series, along with it unusual friend, the Coastal Grey Wolf.
M O N G O L I A
Honestly, where is Mongolia?? Let alone the crazy creatures who have adapted to its extreme environments?? The Saiga Antelope is the quintessential International Creature Society member- why did those crazy nostrils evolve?? And what are the causes creating struggles for this endangered Saiga species?
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Is the Arctic leaving us for good? Although the Arctic has been heavily documented, its arguably the ecosystem demonstrating to us most clearly the dire effects of global warming. How are the animals adapting in 2019? Will the Polar Bear be able to adapt quick enough to survive? This appears to be a sad story, but perhaps with sustained intimate documentation of our shared planet’s animals - loved and unloved, feared or admired, unappreciated, unattractive or unknown - all celebrated with documentaries and adventure stories like the International Creature Society, we can influence world populations to recognize and reverse their negative impacts. Let’s save the POLAR BEAR!!!!!!!