Anglo Filming sent small teams of film-makers into amazing fragile ecosystems all around the world for this series about UN biospheres for National Geographic Channel and Star Alliance.
The actual filming ended up having to take place in a very tight window with Anglo Filming coordinating teams shooting in India, Tanzania and America simultaneously.
Wolves of Yellowstone
Christopher Purcell covered the controversial re-introduction of wolves to the Yellowstone National Park.
Abrolhos Maritime Reserve, Brazil
Director Billy Rich travelled off the coast of Brazil for Anglo Filming tracking whales and interviewing Marcia Engel from the Humpback Whale Institute.
Butterflies in Tanzania
Directed by Nicolai Amter, this film profiles the positive work of small communities in the Amani Nature Reserve at the base of the East Usambara Mountains, north-east Tanzania.
The conservation and restoration of this much loved building at the heart of Istanbul directed by Christopher Purcell.
Chilika Lake, India
Director Roopinder Sood travelled to the East Coast of India in Orissa state to Chilika, India's largest brackish lake and home to one of the country's largest areas of endangered biodiversity.
Producer: Paul Darter
Creative Director: Louise Friend
Research: Frederic Martin
Editor: Simon Ruben