Join us for a special screening of the seventh episode of the BBC Natural History Unit’s “Seven Worlds, One Planet” documentary series. This 60-minute episode takes viewers on a captivating journey through the diverse continent of Africa, showcasing its stunning landscapes and incredible wildlife.

From the vast Sahara desert to the bustling cities of South Africa, Africa is home to a rich variety of species and ecosystems. Through the lens of renowned naturalist David Attenborough, this emotional and thought-provoking documentary brings attention to the challenges and dangers faced by animals in our world today.

Presented by the Animal Welfare Department of Animals Asia, the screening will feature English audio with Vietnamese subtitles. Don’t miss this opportunity to witness the captivating beauty and critical conservation message of “Seven Worlds, One Planet.”

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Time: 4 p.m.

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Spanning seven continents, this groundbreaking documentary series delves into the unique ecosystems and wildlife of each region. Narrated by the iconic David Attenborough, the series showcases the incredible dedication and efforts of over 1,500 individuals who worked on the series. Filmed over nearly 1,800 days in 41 countries, this visually stunning series is a must-watch for nature enthusiasts and conservationists.