Why do penguins swim deep into the ocean when their favorite food is right at the surface? What does a lion cub do in its den when no one's watching? How do scientists decode the secret language of whales? Kids will travel the globe to uncover the answers to these and other puzzling animal mysteries with National Geographic's four-episode series Wild Detectives.
With the help of the Crittercam, an ultra-cool spy camera, kids see life through the wild eyes of bears, seals, sea turtles, and other amazing creatures. Featuring a fun, interactive format and awesome undercover filmmaking, Wild Detectives turns kids into super-sleuths and opens them to a world of animal discovery.
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A multigenerational dvd. Grand daughters ages 5 and 9 and grandson age 7. A gift for the 9 yr. old that has been watched repeatedly by all 3 as well as their mom and dad. The 2 eldest even brought it to school for "show and tell" and now have made a game of who has the closest or correct answers. The name Detective is so appropriate. Hoping NG will make a series of these!!!!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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