Europe’s nature is subject to dramatic change. On the one hand, biodiversity is sinking, on the other hand there is an impressive comeback in the animal world. The reasons for this are manifold: the EU’s nature conservation policy or the increasing urbanization that creates more space for wild animals in the countryside. But the main reason is probably the successful projects of resettlement on the entire continent.
The series takes a look at newly restored wild areas in the heart of Europe and formerly extinct animal species, which are introduced by biologists back into their natural habitat and thus create scarcely noticed natural treasures.