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This is an adapted and somewhat different version of a documentary which was also broadcasted by the BBC. The idea for 'The Future is Wild ' is very simple. Imagine a world millions of years from now without the dominating presence of humankind. The stories which derives from this world are extraordinary as well as intriguing.
The team from 'The Future is Wild' started their experiment with talking to archeologists. The movements of vast areas from Earth were carefully reconstructed. With these information it was possible to determine the movement of the different continents in the future. After this, climatologists got their chance to compare their calculations with those from the archeologists to place new eco-systems on the future map. All this information was passed through to biologists who, on their turn, occupied this future with animals.
The result is a rich fantasy world, which is even more intriguing because it really could happen. No event or animal-species in 'The Future Is Wild' is really impossible. This world could have never been created by just one person. Experts on geology, neuro-biology, plants, insects, evolution, sea life and many others were asked to share their visions. Their ideas and feedback ended up in a team of price winning nature documentary makers. They brought animals alive by creating stories on the behavior of these new species. The process was now complete, and this simple idea was finally ready to be shared with the world.
On 3 dvds is shown how the world will look in 5,100 and 200 million years from now.