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Untamed Albania
Year: 2017
Run-Time: 1 x 52 min.

Directed by Barbara Fally-Puskas

ORF and Epo-Film
Available worldwide

Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (DUBBED) , German (SUB TITLE)
Format: 16:9 , , 16:9
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Untamed Albania

Wildes Albanien

In the southeast of Europe there is a land dominated by high peaks and crystal clear waters: Albania. The porous rocks of its limestone wilderness retain vast quantities of water, that emerge from the ground in breathtaking emerald-green wells and mountain lakes -'Blue Eyes': beautiful, fascinating - and most of them uncharted and inaccessible. The waters feed many larger lakes, two of them especially remarkable: Ohrid is the Methusela of Europe's lakes. Isolated for millions of years, it has hundreds of endemic animals and two kinds of trout that can survive nowhere else. This lake has lived through all of Europe's tectonic and climatic traumas: volcanic eruptions and ice ages - and has never dried up. In comparison, Lake Skadar is a geological infant, the Balkans' largest lake and once part of the Adriatic Sea. Now home to Dalmatian pelicans, the rarest on the planet, it is shallow and hosts a variety of small animals in the marshlands along its shores: enough food for heron, bald ibis and flamingos.

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