Born in China

Born in China

DVD - 2017
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Venturing into the wilds of China, it captures intimate moments with a panda bear and her growing cub, a young golden monkey who feels displaced by his baby sister and a mother snow leopard struggling to raise her two cubs.
Publisher: [United States] :, Disneynature,, 2017
Edition: Widescreen
Branch Call Number: 591.509 Bor
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 76 min.) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 in
Audience: Ontario Film Review Board - General rating

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ManMachine
May 04, 2019

Yes. The giant "mama" panda bear, and her adorable, little cub, were, indeed, cute and interesting to watch - But, it was definitely the golden monkeys and their social interaction (filmed in this intriguing wildlife documentary) that completely stole the show, by far.
"Born In China's" story takes the viewer to the most remote parts of the China countryside (such as the forests, mountains, and plains) where (thankfully) any evidence of man is, literally, nonexistent.
This beautifully photographed presentation from DisneyNature is certainly a real treat to behold for anyone who wishes to view the fascinating world of animals as they co-exist together in a completely natural environment.

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akirakato
May 03, 2019

Produced for a Desiney NATURE episode in 2017, this 79-minute documentary depicts the lives of the most famous and traditional animals in China.
Beautiflly filmed and action-packed, the film takes you into a remarkable journey into the never-before-seen wonders of secluded areas in China.

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Derringer
Apr 27, 2019

If you like watching wildlife documentaries - Then - This first-rate presentation featuring such untamed animals as panda bears, golden monkeys, snow leopards, and long-horn antelopes (all with their young) should certainly hold your keen interest for its full 80-minute running time.

In this beautifully photographed presentation - Disneynature goes to the most far-off mountain ranges and densest forests of China in order to capture (on camera) these awesome creatures as they socialize, hunt, and survive in the untamed wilderness of the Orient.

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gendalf
Feb 06, 2018

Super cute, somewhat dramatic, for all family.

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orange_owl_449
Dec 02, 2017

this is a wonderful film! funny,sad and interesting! spoiler:the leopord dies :( i recomend this movie!

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