Kakadu: Australia's Ancient Wilderness


60m 1999

Brief Synopsis

Documentary about Kakadu, a 8000-square mile national park located on Australia's northern coastline. This tropical antipodean wilderness is inhabited by fish that spit to disable their prey, birds that mate in threesomes, kangaroos that box, lizards with frills, green ants and flocks of flying fox.

Film Details

Also Known As
Living Edens (07/14/99), The
Release Date
1999

Technical Specs

Duration
60m

Synopsis

Documentary about Kakadu, a 8000-square mile national park located on Australia's northern coastline. This tropical antipodean wilderness is inhabited by fish that spit to disable their prey, birds that mate in threesomes, kangaroos that box, lizards with frills, green ants and flocks of flying fox. The program focuses on a year in the life of the saltwater crocodile -- the largest reptile in the world and the most dangerous of all crocodiles.

Film Details

Also Known As
Living Edens (07/14/99), The
Release Date
1999

Technical Specs

Duration
60m

Quotes

Trivia