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 WILD PLACES  (2016)
[Model SFA-DVD-618] [UPC 766194207969]
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In Stock $14.95

Running Time: 21 Minutes

Closed Captioned Dolby Analog
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Never before has there been such an insightful and timely wildlife series.

Tropical forests are the richest terrestrial ecosystems on earth, containing thousands of species that have yet to be studied, and undoubtedly thousands more remain undiscovered. You will learn of how the Macaques came to exist in Japan, and of the evolvement of their social rituals and survival as deforestation and development threaten their continued existence. Travel to the exotic land of Morocco, and join John Ross as he takes a close-up look at – in addition to the Bald Ibis and the Barbary sheep – the wide variety of other animals occupying this beautiful, yet sometimes unforgiving, North African country. Ranging from freezing to well above 120 degrees Fahrenheit, the desert is populated by some of the most amazing plants and animals that have ingeniously adapted to the environment.

The cameras of Safari tell a compelling story, never shying away from showing the whole picture. From the endearing and playful, to the unexpected and deadly;Safari provides an unflinching portrait of animals in the wild with emphasis on endangered species.

Safari is hosted by naturalist John Ross, who devoted his life to exploring the natural world and documenting its secret treasures. As a wildlife expert, he provides a unique insider’s look into the lives and behaviors of animals in the untamed reaches of the planet.

Product Details
Video Run Time - 21 Minutes
Video Format - NTSC
Aspect Ratio - 4:3 Standard
Region Code - Worldwide
Packaging Type - Amaray
Audio Languages - English
Subtitle Languages - English
Release Date - 2016
UPC - 766194207969
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Travel Video Series > Safari
Special Interest > Wildlife
Travel Video Producers > Associated Television Internatio
Africa > Morocco
Asia > Japan
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