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Wonderful World 3D

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Our world is the home of millions of plant as well as animal species and provides several territories, each with its own geological and climatic conditions: steep mountains, deep forests, wide oceans and arctic ice deserts. The inhabitants have adapted to its different conditions and are still developing new strategies to survive. “Wonderful World 3D” not only takes a look at the interesting creatures of our planet, but also highlights cosmological circumstances, which made our world unique, diversified and above all so adorable.

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Actors: Erik Hansen,

Directors: Kalle Max Hofmann

Release date: Dec. 30, 2014

Country: Germany

Duration: 94 Min.

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