The Real Lost World

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The Real Lost World is a documentary, released on December 10, 2006 by Animal Planet, where a team of scientists journey to Monte Roraima in Venezuela, the plateau that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's literary work, The Lost World. They investigate the legend. The film was written and directed by Peter von Puttkamer and produced by Gryphon Productions.

The documentary won awards from WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival for Best Cinematography and from the Accolade Television Awards Best of Show in Directing and Cinematography.

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