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Wildlife Safari to The Argentine: To the Falls of Iguazu  (1972)

Also known as: Episode 2

The expedition discovers howler monkeys and colourful toucans in the steamy sub-tropical jungles; water-loving capybaras - the world's largest rodent - with flycatchers riding on their backs through the fresh-water marshes; and stealthy caymans lurking in the Rio Iguazu.  Blizzards of brilliant South American butterflies are matched in variety only by the diversity of night-flying moths.  The falls of Iguazu form the most impressive cataract in the western hemisphere.

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Copyright Holder: BBC - Natural History Unit
Address: c/o BBC Motion Gallery
Room E251
80 Wood Lane
W12 0TT
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 8433 2861 / 2

Film credits

Cameraman: Douglas Fisher
Film Editor: Robin Hellier
Narrator: Jeffery Hugh Richard Boswall
Presenter: Jeffery Hugh Richard Boswall
Producer: Jeffery Hugh Richard Boswall
Production Organisation: BBC - Natural History Unit