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Wild Life on Macquarie Island

Australia (MIFF 1953, Scientific Films)

Director: N. Laird

Deals with wild life of Macquarie Island, 900 miles to the south of Tasmania. Features plants, birds, and mammals which derive a livelihood from the stormy wastes of the south polar and sub-polar regions.

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