Land of the Giants
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Join Lin Sutherland as she journeys to Tasmania, Australia's small southern island in search of the world's tallest and largest trees. Unfortunately Lin is not alone in her search for these legendry giants...it's a race against time and against a giant of another kind the massive and relentless wood chipping industry.
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