This is obviously a German documentary of indeterminate vintage, which has been hastily "converted", by the addition of an English language commentary and a bit of "snazzy" packaging, which grossly oversells the contents.
Leaving aside the quality of the images, what strikes you initially is the dull monotone of the commentary, which may have meant something in German - but here is rendered meaningless and eventually perplexing by the translation. It is quite annoying and makes you want to either fast forward or turn off the sound.
Least bad part of the package was the sound, which was pretty good in Dolby 5.1 surround - some nice music, which worked well, but was mostly covered by the annoying commentary.
Of course most people are going to be drawn into buying this by the promise of : "breathtaking landscapes and astonishing animals" in 3D. Well if this is what you want, then you will have to look elsewhere. There were a few nice images and some decent 3D effects in places. But these were quite rare and drawn out beyond any necessary length.
Mostly, the visuals were distinctly lacking, in comparison with other 3D Blu Ray documentaries - like Flying Monsters (Blu-ray 3D)[Region Free
], Cave Of Forgotten Dreams (Blu-ray 2D + 3D Blu-ray) [Region Free
If you are looking for HD 3D, then this is just not up to the mark and there are far better Blu Ray discs out there. The cover gives a completely misleading impression and this is one to avoid.