“Great Migrations: Born to Move” 7th November 2010 on National Geographic Channel

Stephen Fry narrates a beautifully shot nature documentary full of slow motion filming and time lapse photography showing the great migrations of some of the Earth’s most majestic creatures.

From the monarch butterfly in Mexico, to the sperm whale in the Azores and the wildebeast of the Serengeti, this series for National Geographic Channel brings fans of nature documentaries everything that they could possible want to see.

The red crabs of Christmas Island may well make the audience itch, especially when the yellow crazy ants start eating their eyes. Fans of minutes-old wildebeast, finding their feet after birth, may be dismayed to see the crocodiles make a light lunch of the affair. The camera soon moves on, however, just as the animals themselves.

Family friendly watching, Great Migrations: Born to Move will be aired on Sunday 7th November 2010 at 9pm on National Geographic Channel in the UK.

In This Story: Mexico

Mexico is a country in the southern portion of North America. It is the most populous Spanish-speaking nation. Mexico City is its capital city and largest metropolis.

Mexico became an independent nation state after the successful Mexican War of Independence against Spain in 1821.

Mexico is a developing country, but has the world’s 15th-largest economy by nominal GDP and the 11th-largest by PPP, with the United States being its largest economic partner. Since 2006, a conflict between the government and drug trafficking syndicates has led to over 120,000 deaths.

Mexico receives a significant number of tourists every year; in 2018, it was the 6th most-visited country in the world, with 39 million international arrivals.

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