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The Real Jungle Book Animals

The Real Jungle Book Animals

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Vast, exotic and awe-inspiring, the Indian Subcontinent stretches from the snowy peaks of the Himalayas to the scorched red deserts of Rajasthan and is home to over a thousand million people, yet still supports a fantastic variety of wildlife. This is the land that inspired Kipling’'s Jungle Book, with bears, elephants, monkeys, crocodiles and cobras, and it is the only place in the world where both lions and tigers live. It offers sights never before captured on film, including a jackal nipping at the heels of a sloth bear.

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Vast, exotic and awe-inspiring, the Indian Subcontinent stretches from the snowy peaks of the Himalayas to the scorched red deserts of Rajasthan and is home to over a thousand million people, yet still supports a fantastic variety of wildlife. This is the land that inspired Kipling’s Jungle Book, with bears, elephants, monkeys, crocodiles and cobras, and it is the only place in the world where both lions and tigers live. It offers sights never before captured on film, including a jackal nipping at the heels of a sloth bear.

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The animals featured in Disney’s The Jungle Book are wild. But wait until you meet the real thing. Go on safari to India for a rare look at the jungle’s most remarkable—and mysterious—creatures. India’s Kahna National Park, the setting of author Rudyard Kipling’'s legendary adventure, is a fabled forest populated by wolves, bears, wild dogs, langur monkeys and snakes. But this is the tiger’'s domain. Watch in amazement as the true “king of the jungle” emerges from the mist to stealthily stalk its prey and battle to survive in a quickly vanishing habitat. Gather the whole family and explore wildlife at its wildest.

In this exciting 50-minute bonus program, travel to one of most remote parts of Tibet where you’ll see the Tibetan fox, rabbit-like pikas and even a rare glimpse at the elusive brown bear, the chiru, and how these creatures survive in such a forbidding environment.

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Format: DVD
Run Time: 100 minutes + Wild China – 50 minute program showcasing the wildlife of China
Region: Region 1
ISBN: 883929535156
Number of Discs: 1 Disc
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