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Survivors: Roo's Eye


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View Roo the kangaroo is born in an Australian national park - in a drought. She can survive that but when she leaves her mother and the safety of the park, her problems really begin.
The farmers shoot kangaroos. They see them as being in competition with their sheep - animals that have changed the face of Australia since their introduction by man.
There may be food and water in abundance but will Roo survive in this different, hostile landscape?
Narrated by Rula Lenska and Brian Gear.
Film editor HUGH TASMAN
Series producer RICHARD BROCK
BBC Bristol
* BBC WILDLIFE: the March issue of this bestselling magazine is on sale now. Included are two free colour prints, the first part of three-part collection on a North American theme. £1.60 from newsagents.
(Ceefax subtitles)


Unknown: View Roo
Unknown: Rula Lenska
Unknown: Brian Gear.
Producer: Richard Brock

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Survivors: Roo's Eye

BBC One London, 5 March 1990 20.30

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