Work is poised to commence on the largest and most technically advanced and ambitious conservation project in history, set to cost an estimated 5 billion pounds. The brainchild of British entrepreneur Richard Prinsloo Curson, the state-of-the-art animal and ecological conservation park will aim to preserve every species on the planet. In planning for over four years, the park will cover 100 square kilometres of land in South Africa.
A film crew and photographic team has followed every aspect of their journey from seeking approval from the King of the Zulus, to the development of the ambitious plans, meeting the animals, the obstacles, trials and tribulations the team have faced throughout. The 12 part television series Noah's Ark will be broadcast in the UK and distributed to broadcasters globally, in January 2021 with a second series in the planning.
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