Time has transformed Korea’s demilitarized zone (DMZ) from a bloody battlefield into one of the world’s weirdest wildlife sanctuaries. From giant owls to deer with long teeth instead of antlers, the DMZ provides precious living space for a host of endangered species. Rare cranes keep warm over winter in natural hot pools, wild boar dodge landmines - usually - and there could even be leopards and tigers in a wildlife haven created by barbed wire and landmines.
Duration: 1 hour
Production Deal: Co-produced with Munwha Broadcasting Corporation
HD Version: Yes
3D Version: No
Program Licensing: Available subject to current licenses.