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Africa's Elephant Kingdom DVD
Africa's Elephant Kingdom DVD

Travel deep into the heart of Africa with a herd of the world's greatest elephants. Our story unfolds through the herd's leader, affectionately named Big Ben. Massive, weathered, craggy... he escorts us along their remarkable journey across vast stretches of land in search of dwindling sources of water and food. Features the same spectacular cinematography and amazing picture and sound quality from the blockbuster IMAX production. Special features include Dolby Stereo and Surround Sound plus a 60-minute "Making of Africa's Elephant Kingdom." Full color.
 

Kandula: An Elephant Story DVD
Kandula: An Elephant Story DVD

On a seemingly ordinary day in November, 2001, something amazing happens at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C. - Baby Kandula is born. His birth marks a rare success and huge scientific milestone for the zoological community: The 320-pound newborn is only the second Asian elephant to be born through artificial insemination.

 

 

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Why Dogs Smile and Chimpanzees Cry DVD
Why Dogs Smile and Chimpanzees Cry DVD

As anyone with a pet knows, the emotional lives of wild and domestic animals are likely to be as developed and as complex as those of humans. Anecdotal stories suggest it; a young elephant displays special attachment to one set of bones among many in a graveyard -- those of its mother; a female gorilla rescues a human child in danger; animals care for disabled individuals of their own species, though the notion of "survival of the fittest" suggests they would not. Scientists in fields as diverse as paleontology, embryology, and neurobiology report evidence to support this unexplored area of animals' lives.
 

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