Islands on the Edge

Scotland's Hebrides are Europe's final frontier against the wild and unpredictable Atlantic Ocean. This 4-part series introduces an unforgettable wild animal cast struggling to survive on these magical islands. From grey seals trying to protect their young from giant waves, to puffins, eagles and basking sharks, this is wildlife at its purest. Filmed over the course of a year by some of the greatest wildlife camera talent in the world, witness a landscape that few of us will ever have the privilege to experience. Narrated by Ewan McGregor.

Year: 2013
Genre: Documentaries, Natural History Docos
Country: UK
Starring: Ewan McGregor
Duration: 236 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Documentary (Natural History)



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