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Discovered by European science a little over 200 years ago, the platypus was first thought to be a hoax - made from skins of different animals sewn together. Today we are on the verge of new discoveries about the life of this little-known creature. We'll journey with the people who are pushing the frontiers of knowledge - getting insights into the way these animals live and how they have their funny looking babies.

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Crew

Writers
Jonathan Holmes
Producer
David Parer  Elizabeth Parer-Cook
Executive Producers
Dione Gilmour

Production Details

Production Completion
2003
Genre
Natural history and environment
Production Company
Discovery Communications Inc  ABC TV Natural History Unit  Telecast International GMBH

Sales

International Sales
Discovery Communications Inc

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • International Wildlife Film and Television Festival - Wildscreen
    (2004)
  • Festival International du Film Animalier
    (2004)
  • Australian Cinematographers Society Awards National
    (2004)
  • Australian Cinematographers Society Vic
    (2003)