Migrating to Mexico
Year: 2020
Run-Time: 1 x 45 min.

Directed by Emiliano Ruprah

Smithsonian Networks, Earth Touch and Oscura Productions Mexico
Available in Eastern Europe and in the German Speaking Territories

Languages: German (ORIGINAL)
Format: 16:9

Migrating to Mexico

Mexikos magische Tierwanderungen

Whether feather-light Monarch butterfly or gray whale weighing tons, whether massive elephant seal or graceful flamingo - they all travel thousands of kilometers to reach a very special destination: Mexico. The USA's southern neighbour is one of the most biodiverse countries on earth, with a place for almost every kind of animal. They come here to escape the cold, to reproduce or to feed and to recharge their batteries. Flower bats land in the cactus deserts of northern Mexico to raise their young, millions of Monarch butterflies winter in the Michoacan mountain forests before flying nearly five thousand kilometers north to Canada. Leatherback turtles lay their eggs on the coast of Oaxaca in the south, gray whales protect their young in the San Ignacio lagoon in the west, flamingos transform the beaches of Ria Lagartos to the east into the largest nursery in Latin America. A pulsating coming and going from all directions - all year round.
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