EXPLORE THE WILDLIFE KINGDOM: WILDEBEEST

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Explore the wildlife kingdom wildebeest

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Condition
Brand New
Format
DVD
Region
DVD: 1 (US, CA)
Rating
NR
Genre
Educational
UPC
678570060351DVD
Release Date
03/21/2006
Region Code
DVD: 1 (US, Canada...)
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No
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Sub-Genre
Nature/Wildlife
Leading Role
WILDEBEEST

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EXPLORE THE WILDLIFE KINGDOM:
WILDEBEEST

The great wildebeest migration from the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya to Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park is a spectacle of life and death witnessed by few humans...until now. Baron Hugo van Lawick who has made the Serengeti his home for over 25 years, has filmed this remarkable epic of survival - the greatest migration of land animals on the planet - in vivid, riveting detail. At the start of the migration the wildebeest herd is one and half a million strong. But, the journey is plagued with predators. Cheetahs stalk and chase the strays. Hyenas and wild dogs shadow the herd and attack the calves. Leopards drag their kill into the trees. Lions seem to appear from nowhere - springing from the tall grasses. And crocodiles - monsters over 20 feet long - lurk in the shallows of the Grumeti River waiting for the thirsty herd. But just like every year, the wildebeest complete their great African migration while birthing an incredible half a million young along the way.

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They've been called one the most intelligent species of mammal on the planet, and with this release, animal lovers can find out just how complex our fascinating friends from the sea really are. In addition to being gifted with a startling capacity for language and affection, these good natured ocean dwellers have proven one of the most adept species in the animal kingdom at understanding and working with humans. As viewers travel the globe to see how dolphins interact with humans at a series of different locales, researchers discuss the intelligence and intuition to offer detailed look at the friendly mammals that may be second only to mankind in terms of cognitive ability. ~ Jason Buchanan

Product Details:
Genre: Educational

Release Date: 03/21/2006 
Sub-Genre: Nature/Wildlife
Rating: NR 
Format: DVD
UPC678570060351
Number of Discs: 1
Film Country: USA
Genre: Education/General Interest