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    Life in Cold Blood
    by David Attenborough




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    Edition: 2008
    Language: English
    Running Time: 52:47 min. each.

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    This documentary explores the living life of reptiles, the most rare and oldest species on the planet. The cold blood criatures has 200 millions years old and now a day they have 14.000 species living in the planet. Since the biggest and most dangerous criatures to the smallest and most wonderful of the planet.


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