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In Wild Australia with Ray Mears, Ray delves into the spectacularly diverse Australian landscape to look at some of the weird and wonderful life forms that are able to live and survive in the land Down Under.From the expansive waters of the Great Barrier Reef and the vast wilderness of Arnhem Land, to the teeming Cooper Creek billabongs and the ancient heartland of the rainforest, each episode sees Mears explore the dramatic physical geography of the region, the extreme weather conditions that occur there and the wildlife species that have adapted to survive in those environments.
In episode one, Ray is off on a marine adventure that promises humpback whales, giant turtles and an abundance of exotic fish and birds, as he explores the Great Barrier Reef.
In episode two, Ray is in the wetlands of the Northern Territory, in Arnhem Land, one of the most remote wilderness landscapes of Australia.
In episode three, Ray is in Victoria, just south west of Melbourne in the You Yangs National Park, where he meets up with researcher Janine Duffy in a dry eucalyptus forest.
In episode four, Ray is in Australia's tropical rainforest, in the Wet Tropics, on the north-eastern coast of Australia. It's the oldest on the planet, so old it stretches back to the time of the great supercontinents.
In episode five, Ray heads along the Great Ocean Road, which runs along the Antarctic-facing coast of Australia, the longest South-facing coastline in the world.
Starting his journey in Port Phillip Bay, Ray takes to the waters in the hope of spotting a creature he has only ever seen in photographs: the weedy sea-dragon.
In the final episode of the series, on his journey to the heart of the country, Ray flies past the Uluru monolith on a chopper; camps under the stars and meets many marsupials including the star of the desert: the Red Kangaroo.
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