Europe: A Natural History - Episode 03: Taming the Wild

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Title: Europe: A Natural History - Episode 03: Taming the Wild
Producer: BBC, Klaus Feichtenberger, Sean Pertwee (narrator)
Category: Nature, Europe: A Natural History
Views: 2760
Added: Dec 22nd 2011
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The impact of human activity on the continent's ecology and landscape over the past 10,000 years, during which animals were tamed, seeds planted, forests felled and minerals excavated. Plus, how diseases affected Europe's population, and the importance of coal in the development of modern civilisation.


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