Animal Atlas

Animal Atlas

Family Time

DVD - 2011
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What's a family? A female elephant herd and its young? A mother orangutan and her baby? A prairie dog town? A troop of chimpanzees led by a single male? Yes! In the wild, every family is different. Naturally! Mammal Jr.: If you as a foal, joey, wolf cub, baby ape, baby water buffalo, or baby owl what they want to be when they grow up, these amazing mammal youngsters will neigh, howl, and hoot that they want to be just like mom and dad.
Publisher: [Dallas, Tex.] : Distributed by NCircle Entertainment, [2011]
Branch Call Number: J 590 ANI 2011 22
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 70 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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ManMachine
Jun 30, 2016

(Even though the narrator's voice in this TV program is on the irritating side) - Whether you're a mature adult, or a curious child - In this "Family Time" nature-DVD from Animal Atlas - You are sure to enjoy seeing and learning all about some of the cutest baby animals who exist on the face of this planet.

From adorable baby lizards, to the sweetest bear cubs, to super-cute baby apes, to precious, little puppy-dogs (and more) - This entertaining, educational and enlightening nature-documentary is a real treat for anyone, of any age, to watch, to learn, and to enjoy the seemingly endless diversity of the animal kingdom from every corner of the Earth.

(*Watch video-clip of a really cute baby monkey*)

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Derringer
Jun 19, 2016

Whether they hoot, howl, neigh, bark, or hiss - When it comes to the "cuteness-factor" of baby animals, believe me, (big or small) they rate as the most irresistibly adorable critters on the entire face of this planet.

In this educational, 3-episode nature-documentary from TV's "Animal Atlas" - The viewer meets all sorts of baby animals (bears, dogs, elephants, reptiles, etc,. etc.). And here (focusing in on a number of wildlife families) we learn many noteworthy facts about the specific roles of the adults in this type of setting.

Of course, it really shouldn't come as any surprise to realize that, time and again, it's the adult female who bears most of the responsibility when it comes to bringing up the young - Though, in many cases, the much-stronger male can certainly be counted on to offer protection should any predators pose a threat to the family.

Anyway - Even though these nature programs may be geared to educating youngsters, they can still be enjoyed and valued by an adult audience, as well.

(*Be sure to watch video*)

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