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Lost Land of the Jaguar – extra clips

Watch exclusive-to-the-web videos from the Lost Land of the Jaguar team.

George watches a butterfly on a beach
Winged messenger
Scientists George McGavin explains why he puts insects first, but is interrupted by a mammal encounter.
Giant lilly pad
Jungle giants
George McGavin and botanist Raquel Thomas visit some huge lily pads and find a secret hidden inside the flower.
Climbing a tree
Tree climb
The canopy is a great place to find plants and animals.
George watches some leaf cutter ants
Ants on the move
In the forest at night, George discovers an insect highway.
 Lost Land of the Jaguar


Meet the Team

Animal Gallery

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Dan's Diaries

Wild Sounds

Guyana's Forest Future

Expedition Discoveries

Filming in Guyana

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Programme 1
Wed 30 July, 8pm

Programme 2
Wed 6 Aug, 8pm

Programme 3
Wed 13 Aug, 8pm

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