A spectacular and unforgettable journey into the heart of the remote and far-flung rainforests of Australia, Costa Rica, French Guiana and Malaysia, this globally important adventure explores these disappearing jungle habitats and gives us a rare, intimate look at the lush foliage and incredibly diverse array of inhabitants. Examine the 400 million-year evolution of tropical biology, the rapid and relentless destruction by humans and the scientific urgency to understand the complexity of the forests ... even as they disappear. From extreme close-ups to tree-top panoramas, experience these treasured environments on their own terms—with curious insects, gaudy frogs, startling snakes, vibrant birds, extraordinary animals, exotic plants and dazzling flowers. Will thousands become extinct before they can even be discovered? Narrated by Geoffrey Holder (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with Johnny Depp) and featuring a music score by the famed, Grammy Award-winning South African men's choral group, Ladysmith Black Mambazo.