Somewhere on Earth is a documentary series that takes you on a mesmerizing journey to some of the most stunning and inaccessible landscapes on our planet. These are places that have been left untouched by human activity, where nature reigns supreme and has created breathtaking landscapes that leave you in awe.
From the serene North Stradbroke Island in Australia, where Darren Burns teaches the children of the island, to Lord Howe Island, where Lossy Thompson is part of the weed eradication team that has amazingly transformed the natural vegetation, we get an insight into the lives of people who have been living in harmony with nature for generations.
Moving further north on the Australian continent, we reach the mystical Daintree rainforest, where French entomologist Claire Gely is doing her doctorate at the University of Brisbane. Her love for insects has brought her all the way from France to get a closer look at some of the rarest and most unique insects on the planet.
These stories are just a small sample of what Somewhere on Earth has in store for you. The series takes you far off the beaten track, to places that are often forgotten by the modern world. These isolated spots have long been sheltered from the aggressions of human activities, and nature has been allowed to create some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes on our planet.
If you are passionate about nature and how it shapes our world, then Somewhere on Earth is the series you cannot afford to miss. So, sit back, relax, and let us take you on a journey like no other – a journey that will leave you in awe of the incredible power of nature. Watch the documentary now and let yourself be taken away by the stunning visuals and powerful stories that await you.