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Jungle Jungles are the world’s powerhouses, the most vital habitats on the planet. They only cover 6% of the Earth, but they contain more than half of its plant and animal species living in a complex web of relationships. Without jungles, the planet would grind to a halt.

So what makes them so special? Explore the Virtual Jungle to find out.



Shown in November 2003 on BBC1
Charlotte Uhlenbroek confronted her greatest fears to combine action and adventure with natural history. Sophisticated computer graphics and cutting edge scientific research and gadgetry helped to reveal the intricate workings of the planet's most complex habitat in a unique and comprehensive way.
Charlotte Uhlenbroek penetrates the deepest jungles
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Virtual Jungle
Go on a multimedia exploration of one of the world's last frontiers...

The world in video
Explore the wild wonders of the world in high quality Flash video with the Planet Earth Explorer.
Competition
Congratulations to Chris Wright from Navenby, who won a copy of Charlotte Uhlenbroek's book Jungle.


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