Madagascar DVD

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DreamWorks Animation return with this adventure which centres on four animal friends, a lion, a giraffe, a hippo and a zebra.

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Released
07 March 2011
Directors
 
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
2entertain 
Classification
Runtime
86 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5051561033049 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.   Lying just off the coast of Africa, Madagascar is a land of misty mountains, tropical rainforests and spiny desert scrub – and home to strange wildlife, most of which is found nowhere else on earth.   Madagascar explores this extraordinary wildlife and the dramatic landscapes of one of the world's most bizarre islands.   Using the latest in filming technology, the BBC's Natural History Unit captures the diverse and rare wildlife that inhabits this incredible land, some filmed for the first time, and features surprising stories of the favourite and enduring symbol of the island, lemurs, as well as less familiar creatures.   There are frogs that turn from brown to bright yellow; wasps that pluck tadpoles from tree-nests; fish that swim upside down and the romantic life of the world's tiniest chameleon.   Narrated by David Attenborough, Madagascar is the BBC's ambitious and intimate portrait of a fascinating but perilously fragile island.   Special Features   Attenborough and the Giant Egg documentary

David Attenborough narrates this BBC nature series exploring the diverse and rare wildlife, as well as the dramatic landscapes, of Madagascar. Using the latest in filming technology, the series tells the story of Madagascar's extraordinary wildlife, including frogs that turn yellow when they're ready to mate, wasps that snatch tadpoles from tree-nests, fish that swim upside down and the bizarre sexual habits of the tiniest chameleon in the world.