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? 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 2 0 年前

有人可以幫我翻譯這篇英文Living Eden(人間伊甸園)

The pavement is hot enough to fry an egg and the drudgery of living in a metropolis is getting you down. An escape from the concrete jungle is what you need. You want to find paradise on Earth, but are there any Gardens of Eden left on this slowly dying planet? Yes, and National Geographic Channel has uncovered seven of the most mind-blowing locations in their series Living Eden.

At the end of the Earth lies a world untouched by modern civilization for millennia—Patagonia. Like windowless skyscrapers, the ice-covered Andes loom above creatures that have adapted to the extreme climates of this Argentine landscape. In this unforgiving land, elephant seals, penguins, and a host of other animals dwell in Patagonia: Life at the End of the Earth.

Palau: Paradise of The Pacific focuses on an Eden on Earth that is just east of India and Indonesia. In a secret corner of the ocean, ancient species still thrive and the wild beauty of nature flourishes. Made up of more than two hundred islands, most of which are nearly uninhabited, Palau is a tropical paradise in the Pacific where nature reigns.

As the sun moves across the sky, rich colors spread across the vast land known as the Colorado Plateau. Here, a maze of gorges, canyons, and chasms carved by the force of the Colorado River and millions of years of exposure to the weather are waiting to be explored. In Canyonlands: America\'s Wildwest, explore the untamed magnificence of this spectacular place.

From the Arctic, where spring is just a flicker in time, to India\'s Elephant Mountain, nature\'s handiwork is on display. A trip from the suffering city may not come to pass, but through the cameras of the National Geographic Channel, paradise comes to life on your TV screen.

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