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Follow lifelong animal conservationist Marlice Van Vurran and her doctor husband, Rudie, and son Zacheo, as they care for and take in wild animals at their wildlife sanctuary in Namibia. Looking after some of the most endangered and sometimes even dangerous species in Africa, Marlice channels her special connection with animals into her work. In the first episode fourteen wild dog pups arrive at Naankuse wildlife sanctuary and Marlice and Zacheo meet the challenge head-on. Meanwhile, an injured baby baboon needs to be treated urgently and Marlice wonders if the Leopard cubs are becoming a danger to Zacheo.
Is there a snakelike fish in New Zealand that could devour you? Or a fishlike being in Japan that stalks children? In this River Monsters Special, Jeremy Wade untangles fact from fiction as he re-lives the beasts that lie behind lethal legends.
Bjork - The Inner or Deep Part of an Animal or Plant Structure (2004) English | 48mn | XviD | 640x368 | 1739kbps | 29fps | MP3 | 256kbps | 699 MB Genre: Documentary
The Inner or Deep Part of an Animal or Plant Structure is an official DVD released by Bj÷rk on August 31, 2004. It is a 45 minute film about the making of the Med˙lla album. The DVD features clips of the studio performances by Dokaka, Shlomo, Rahzel and Mike Patton that formed the beats for many of the songs on the album.
Why do some animals build structures and others don't? And how do animals decide where to build? Animal homes need to be safe and secure, protection from predators and the weather. An eagle's nest can weigh up to one ton, a termite mound can stand eight feet tall, and some falcon nest sites have been around for centuries. Going above ground and under, we will investigate just what goes into making a home when you're wild and cost is not a factor.