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Lake Baikal: Blue Eye of Siberia, pt.1. ©Cicada productions, UK 1990
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Lake Baikal: Blue Eye of Siberia, pt.1

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Part one of a two-part documentary about Lake Baikal, the oldest (25 million years) and deepest (1,700 m) lake in the world. The film aims to raise awareness of the fragility of its ecosystem.

(Part 2 (available here)

Place/Country: Lake Baikal, Russian Federation
Type: Documentary
Credits: Yuri Beliankin, director. Brian Cox, participant ; Lev Nikolaev, participant. Cicada Productions, UK, producer ; W.G,B.H, Boston, producer ; Soyuztelefilm, Gostelradio, USSR, producer. Jakov Lisnyak, producer ; Valentin Volosatov, producer ; Frances J. Berrigan, producer. Television Trust for the Environment, co-producer ; UN Environment Programme, co-producer ; Centre for International Projects, USSR, co-producer ; UNESCO, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: Channel Four Television Co. Ltd., United Kingdom

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