The Earth’s Furies: Cyclones

Cyclones are the most powerful natural disasters on Earth. Many coastal regions live under the constant threat of these incredibly powerful surges of energy. Why are they becoming more common, widespread and powerful than ever before? This series focuses on the science behind natural catastrophes and helps audiences to understand these spectacular moments of Earth’s anger.


  • Year: 2018
  • Duration: 52
  • Production: Eclectic
  • Director: Franck Gombert, Richard Poisson
  • Available Versions: ENG, FRA, ESP, GER
  • Country of production: France


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