Ark on the Move was a documentary television miniseries hosted by zoologist Gerald Durrell on location in Madagascar and Mauritius. The series was produced by Canadian company Nielsen-Ferns and aired from January to March 1982 on CBC Television. It was directed by Alastair Brown and produced by Paula Quigley for Nielsen-Ferns, and was a follow-up to the earlier successful series The Stationary Ark. It was a documentary illustrating the work of the Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust overseas and in the field. It illustrated the ideas of captive breeding and the professional life of a naturalist. The primary target audience were children.
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