Australia was once part of a super-continent and its deserts were covered in forests. Once joined to Antarctica, it split off and moved northwards into warmer climes, whilst Antarctica became an icy wasteland. Australia's move forced life forms to adapt, evidenced in some of its endemic wildlife. A BBC/Science Channel co-production.
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