Biologists are on a mission to save Death Valley’s most precious treasure – the tiny Devil’s Hole Pupfish . From NATURE’s Life in Death Valley airing on Sunday, September 2nd at 8 p.m. (ET) on PBS (check local listings).
Life in Death Valley captures the simmering cauldron of Death Valley; the hottest, driest place in the US, epic in its beauty but punishing in its brutal extremes. In a scorched landscape marked by endless miles of salt flats, molten rock canyons, and lunar craters, survival is a miracle in itself.
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