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Magical land of Oz.

Across Australia, as the dawn rises the marsupials go to bed except for the ones that don't. Because there are exceptions to every rule in this land of ancient wonders, big skies and jewelled seas. Magic does not have rules. It has splendid dragons, saltwater monsters and dancing spiders. In three stunning episodes, MAGICAL LAND OF OZ offers a blue chip, continent wide series ranging from the lands highest snow peaks to the depths of the frigid and wild southern seas; from its last populations of wild numbats to its largest diorama of giant cuttlefish. Its a land of diverse beauty, that delights and surprises. The series both entertains and deepens our understanding of how the natural world is made up of not just unique species, but distinct individuals, whose lives are far from predictable.

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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
32320004587220 Lifelong Learning
DVD   Maitland library . . Available .  
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Field name Details
Classification Number Lifelong Learning
Title Magical land of Oz. [DVD]
Physical Description sound, colour ;
Series DVD
Lifelong Learning
Note Catalogued from container.
Roadshow Entertainment : R-125288-9.
Originally broadcast in Australia on the ABC television network during February 2019.
Performer Narrator, Barry Humpries.
Across Australia, as the dawn rises the marsupials go to bed except for the ones that don't. Because there are exceptions to every rule in this land of ancient wonders, big skies and jewelled seas. Magic does not have rules. It has splendid dragons, saltwater monsters and dancing spiders. In three stunning episodes, MAGICAL LAND OF OZ offers a blue chip, continent wide series ranging from the lands highest snow peaks to the depths of the frigid and wild southern seas; from its last populations of wild numbats to its largest diorama of giant cuttlefish. Its a land of diverse beauty, that delights and surprises. The series both entertains and deepens our understanding of how the natural world is made up of not just unique species, but distinct individuals, whose lives are far from predictable.
Classification Rated: G.
Subject Natural history -- Australia
Marsupials -- Australia -- Behaviour
Landscapes -- Australia
Australia -- Discovery and exploration
Additional Author Humphries, Barry, 1934-
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