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Animal Planet to launch India Revealed

Our Bureau

New Delhi , Nov. 8

ANIMAL Planet too is going Indian. It is launching a special series on wildlife - India Revealed - to be aired in India as well as across the world.

According to Mr Pankaj Saxena, Vice President - Programming, Discovery Networks India, "India Revealed series is a manifestation of the popularity enjoyed by Indian wildlife across the world. With contributions from both Indian and international experts, the series presents a comprehensive picture of the Indian wildlife."

The series features internationally acclaimed wildlife experts, including Mr Valmik Thapar, Mr Jeff Corwin and Mr Mark O'Shea, and their encounters with Indian wildlife. In the series, these experts travel across India to bring viewers absorbing stories of power, fear, distrust and friendship.

Mr Saxena further added that the channel is being promoted in India. It was initially marketed in Bangalore and subsequently in Mumbai and the response has been good, he added.

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