Wildlife of East Africa

Wildlife of East Africa C3-DVD-WILD

Six years in the making, this stunning, beautifully filmed and narrated DVD showcases one of the most unique and wondrous of the world’s natural resources—the wildlife of East Africa.

East Africa hosts the greatest variety and abundance of wild animals to be found anywhere on earth. And now, finally, a truly comprehensive video guide is available for you to view a spectacular array of wildlife in this amazing place of natural splendor. Enjoy ‘up close’ the famous Big Five: elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard, as well as an impressive number of species including mammals, birds, reptiles and marine life. Witness one of the most exciting natural spectacles on earth, The Great Wildebeest Migration, along with other extraordinary scenes featuring East Africa’s spectacular wildlife in rare and unusual footage gathered from six years of professional filming in the region.

Journey into the world of the Big Cats and their prey as they go about the business of survival. Witness scenes of lions interacting with cubs and pride members, hunting for buffalo and with their zebra kill, cheetah hunting and with kills, and leopard with a meal in a tree. Also be treated to classic safari views of river and water hole scenes of hippos, elephants with babies bathing, dramatic migration river crossings, crocodiles with prey, and numerous species of plains animals in their natural habitats including antelopes, gazelles, buffalo, ostrich, giraffe, rhino, elephant, and warthog. East Africa is a bird lovers paradise and this DVD contains many bird species common to the region.

Feast your eyes on: eagles, owls, water birds, ground birds, migratory species, insect, fruit and seedeaters to name a few. You will also journey to the coastal habitats of Kenya and Tanzania and discover the spectacular marine life found in the Indian Ocean. Enjoy breathtaking underwater footage of sea turtles, brilliant topical reef fish, beautiful corals, dolphins, whales, and the largest fish in the world...the whale shark.

This in-depth wildlife video offers the most complete and professionally filmed collection of East Africa’s wildlife available on a DVD.The wide diversity of wildlife is presented in an informative and visually stimulating presentation with narration that will help you identify and learn about many of the animals seen.

Here is your chance to roam Africa’s wild landscapes and experience the unique and captivating beauty of hundreds of wild animals living free.

Some of the DVD’s wildlife stars include:

Mammals: Lion, Cheetah, Leopard, Elephant, Buffalo, Rhino (2 species), Giraffe (3 species), Zebra (2 species),Striped Mongoose, Hyena, Genet, Jackal, Colobus Monkey, Baboon, Vervet Monkey, Bush Baby, Impala, Klipspringer, Dik Dik, Wildebeest, Topi, Hirola (endangered) Waterbuck, Eland, Sable, Oryx, Kudu, Gerenuk, Thomson’s Gazelle, Grant’s Gazelle.

Reptiles: Crocodile, Savanna Monitor Lizard, Nile Monitor Lizard, Agama Lizard, Puff Adder, Chameleon, Plated Lizard, Green Tree Snake, Rock Python, Gecko.

Marine life: Bottlenose Dolphin, Humpback Whale, Spinner Dolphin, Sea Turtle, Moray Eel, Giant Grouper, Parrot Fish, Octopus, Whale Shark, Lion Fish, various reef fish.

Birds: Martial Eagle, Goshawk, Tawny Eagle, Fish Eagle, Bateleur Eagle, Long Crested Eagle, Vultures, Spotted Eagle Owl, Pearl Spotted Owlet, Ostrich, Ground Hornbill, Kori Bustard, Secretary Bird, Crowned Crane, Superb Starling, Greater and Lesser Flamingo, Pelican, Kingfishers, Sacred Ibis, Lilac Breasted Roller, Black Headed Weaver, Vulturine Guinea Fowl, Red Billed Hornbill, Hammerkop, Hoopoe, Red and Yellow Barbet, Yellow billed Stork, Helmeted Guinea Fowl, Yellow Necked Spurfowl, Golden Breasted Starling, Black Shouldered Kite, European Roller.


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Six years in the making, this stunning, beautifully filmed and narrated DVD showcases one of the most unique and wondrous of the world’s natural resources—the wildlife of East Africa.East Africa hosts the greatest variety and abundance of wild animal
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