The Capybara, the Giant of the Savannah
All Films in the Collection • 22m
The evolutionary adaptation in South America has produced gigantic rodents. Including the largest in the world, the Capybara which may weight 130 pounds. This documentary summarizes over 10 years of research of the natural history of the Capybara and includes unpublished images of the biology and behavior of this South American colossus. The first and most comprehensive audio-visual documentary produced on the Capybara in Venezuela.
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Part 2 of AUSTRALIA'S LAND BIRDS (Passerines only)
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Over 250 species of birds grouped on 14 small video sections, eight of them contains Non-Passerines and the other six Passerines. Each bird is shown in a 30 secs clips, showing fieldmarks and be...
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