Wildlife documentary about the incredible nature of rugged Chile.

Time & Tickets

Chile has an unprecedented wealth of animals and plants. The elongated country – with 6,500 kilometres of coastline – is an area of extremes: from the windy Pacific coast, the very dry Atacama desert, the rugged Andes mountains to the end of the world in Tierra del Fuego. In this documentary, you see a mother puma playing with her cubs, vampire bats and the blue whale. And we see how a bare desert suddenly blossoms and animals benefit directly from this.

Rene Arenada, Chile, 2019, 52 min. English spoken, Dutch subtitles.