In years of heavy rain, the inhospitable Australian outback transforms into a surprising oasis for Australia's pelicans. They leave coastal homes for the outback. The abundance of food and water makes it the perfect place to breed and raise families. But much about their lives and their journey remain a mystery that researchers are only now beginning to unravel.
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Episode #2810 / Length: 56 minutes