The Daintree Rainforest

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The Daintree Rainforest is a lush, tropical rainforest located in Far North Queensland, Australia. It is one of the oldest and most diverse rainforests in the world, with an estimated age of around 135 million years, making it older than both the Amazon and the Congo rainforests.

The rainforest covers an area of approximately 1,200 square kilometers and is home to an incredible array of flora and fauna. The area is characterized by its tall canopy trees, tangled vines, and a dense understory of smaller trees and shrubs. The canopy can reach heights of over 40 meters, providing a habitat for a wide range of animals such as birds, reptiles, and mammals.

The rainforest is also home to many rare and endangered species, including the cassowary and the Bennett's tree-kangaroo. In addition, there are over 400 species of birds, making it a birdwatcher's paradise. The area is also home to many species of frogs, snakes, and insects, including the world's largest moth, the Hercules moth.

The Daintree Rainforest is also known for its incredible diversity of plant life. There are over 12,000 species of plants, including 30% of Australia's marsupial species, and 65% of Australia's bat and butterfly species. Some of the most iconic plant species found in the rainforest include the fan palm, the Alexandra palm, the king fern, and the strangler fig.

Overall, the Daintree Rainforest is a truly unique and awe-inspiring ecosystem, with a rich diversity of plant and animal life. It is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and anyone interested in experiencing one of the most ancient and diverse rainforests on the planet.

Daintree Rainforest Documentary

This documentary explores the natural wonders of Australia’s Daintree Rainforest, one of the oldest surviving rainforests on Earth. Narrated by Steve Chambers and captured in Stunning 4K resolution you will see Cassowaries, Crocodiles, Tree Kangaroos, Boyd’s Forest Dragon, Flying Foxes, Turtles, Pythons, Tree Snakes, Nankeen Night Heron, Sacred Kingfisher, Sea Cucumber, Eagle Ray, Black Tipped Reef Sharks. We also explore Cape Tribulation, Mossman Gorge, Coconut Beach and its fringing reefs as well as the Great Barrier Reef and the extensive mangrove systems of the Daintree’s coastal lowlands.