Living Edens: The Lost World – Venezuela’s Ancient Tepuis explores a remote corner of the world — a land that time forgot.
“The eighth wonder of the world.” “An exotic, other-worldly landscape.” “It’s unlike anywhere else on Earth.” To explore it is to “walk on the moon.” The ancient tepuis of Venezuela, with their gravity-defying rock formations, thundering falls, and singular flora and fauna, deserve every note of praise and wonder they receive. Hailed as the land that time forgot, this virtually unexplored corner of South America hides record-breaking and breathtaking landscapes and evolutionary marvels.
NATURE’s The Lost World will take you to the very heart of a world that precious few have visited. Still only marginally explored, it has inspired several books, including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous The Lost World, and remains a source of awe and humility for all who visit it. This land of incredible beauty and abundance, of harrowing rides and deadly climbs, harbors a journey you will never forget — and a story millions of years in the making.
Production Credits Print
MARY HOPE GARCIA
Thirteen Online is a production of Thirteen/WNET New York’s Kravis Multimedia Education Center in New York City. Anthony Chapman, Director of Interactive & Broadband. Bob Adleman, Business Manager. Carmen DiRienzo, Vice President and Managing Director, Corporate Affairs.
ANN F. KIM
Location Assistant and Sound
Production and Post Manager
Series Associate Producer
LEIGH HARRISON HELBERG
JIMMIE ANGEL ARCHIVE
EVERSOLE RESEARCH COLLECTION
The Producers Gratefully Acknowledge the Assistance of:
VENEZUELA NATIONAL PARKS
VENEZUELA FILM COMMISSION
DR. JOHN HUGHES
SUSAN LE JEUNE
INSTITUT DES WISSENSCHAFTLICHENFILMS, GOTTINGEN
ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY
For Devillier Donegan Enterprises:
Executive In Charge
A production of Last Refuge Films in association with Devillier Donegan Enterprises. A special presentation of NATURE.
This program was produced by Thirteen/WNET New York, which is solely responsible for its content.