Cities such as Adelaide in South Australia are constructed environments designed to suit the many demands of their human inhabitants. However, we often don’t realise that we share these locations with animals.
Some animals only inhabit very specific locations in part of the house, whilst others are everywhere.
This documentary examines the city as a habitat for animals. It views each component as an ecosystem and exlpores how we share our space with an amazingly diverse array of animals.
Presenter: Chris Daniels, Professor of Urban Ecology, UniSA presents.
Running Time: 50 minutes
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