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Lions of Etosha - Region-free wildlife DVD

Lions of Etosha - Region-free wildlife DVD
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“An award-winning film that focuses on the many prides in the Etosha National Park, Namibia”

Nearly 500 lions roam the vast land of Etosha National Park in Namibia, an area twice the size of Switzerland.
Each pride guards its territory, raising young, and feasting on prey. This film follows the Ombika pride, a family of nineteen lions.

The pride, like all prides, is matriarchal, made up of six adult lionesses, their cubs and protected by two huge, resident males. The lionesses are all related to one another; the lions are brothers, although not related to the lionesses. Male lions stay with the pride until they are displaced by other male lions. Lionesses stay forever.

We see how the Ombika pride lives, how it brings up its cubs, and how it reacts with other prides. Lions of Etosha offers a rare glimpse into the pride system - from family interactions and shared responsibilities, to raising cubs and teaching them to hunt.

Watch the pride’s successes and failures, battles and births, and encounters with elephants and the rarely seen black rhino. This documentary tends to focus on the technique of the hunt, rather than the tearing of flesh and isn’t filled with blood and gore.

Lions of Etosha was filmed over a three year period and was originally released as part of the ‘Kingdoms of Survival’ series.

Narrated by Andrew Sachs
Filmed by Des & Jen Bartlett
Produced by Colin Willock for Survival Anglia (1989)

Please note: this is an older title that is no longer commercially available; the plastic case may show minor signs of age, but the disc itself is in superb condition.
This is an older production, with colours not as vivid as the more modern documentaries; this is made up for by being very informative, with lots of facts and interesting footage.


Region:             Region 0 (region-free)

Video format:     NTSC

Sound:              Dolby Digital (2.0) Stereo

Language:         English

Subtitles:          None

Screen size:      Full screen (4:3)

Duration:           51 mins approx



This DVD is produced in NTSC video format and will play in the UK and in any DVD player worldwide. If in doubt, please contact us.

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