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Into The Wild
 Endangered Animals of The World  (2014)
[Model ITW-DVD-101] [UPC 754311995363]
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Running Time: 43 min

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Into the Wild is going to take a face-to-face look at some of the world’s most endangered animals specifically on the Asian Continent. First we go to India.Today, India’s wild animals are sharing a land that comprises 3 percent of the earth's landmass with 20 percent of the world human population, which continues to grow at an alarming rate. We'll seek out some of the most endangered species on the planet, and find out how these animals, are now faring in the face of severe habitat encroachment. Today, Japan is home to 2% of the world’s population crowded into 3/10 of a percent of the world’s landmass, leaving little space for wildlife.But long ago, the string of islands was teaming with a wide array of animals. Indonesian wildlife in general is enduring problems. The essential mangrove trees on the riverbanks are being burned and cleared by the locals for agriculture, fishing, and housing. There is a connection between animals and people. Many of our basic needs are the same especially the need for a healthy habitat for survival. But only Homosapiens can protect the environment for all animals.
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Video Run Time - 43 min
Video Format - NTSC
Aspect Ratio - 4:3 Standard
Packaging Type - Amaray
Release Date - 2014
UPC - 754311995363
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Travel Video Series > Into The Wild
2014 New Releases
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Asia > India
Endangered Animals of The World
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