On the open plains of Columbia, a species of owl lives without trees or nests. They are burrowing owls ? the only owl species in the world to live underground.
Spend a year on the flat savannas of the Colombian Llanos, a vast grassland ruled by seasonal extremes that push existence to the brink. When the wet season hits, savage heat and crippling drought are swiftly replaced by torrential floods. Delve into the lives of the creatures who call this unforgiving arena home, like capybara, caiman, and predatory birds. For these hardened warriors, every day is a constant battle to survive.
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