Follow the zoo babies as they introduce us to their family, habitat, lifestyle, and appetite, and watch as they discover unique characteristics about their own upbringing. Over 15 animals are featured including the elephant, giraffe, wildebeest, clouded leopard, serval cat, and hippo. The babies are captured wrestling, eating, sleeping, climbing, swinging, and scratching all in an effort to mature.
Each animal has an adventure to share through playful narrative that incorporates both facts and fictional dialogue. What would an anteater have to say about his diet? How would a markhor goat teach his family to climb? In World Wild Web, viewers have a chance to find out.
The DVD-R is a non-rewriteable digital format that is compatible with most commercial DVD players. The DVD-R format is created with MPEG2 Variable Bit Rate Compression with stereo sound.
How our DVDs and DVD-Rs Differ
Customers who purchase programs in the NG DVD-R Library will receive a non-interactive, play only disc. There is no chaptering information on these DVDs, but there are chapter marks approximately every five minutes, which make it easy to fast forward through a program. The DVD-R format provides the digital video and audio quality you expect from all of our DVDs.
NOTE: The NG DVD-R titles are not closed-captioned. We apologize for any inconvenience this limitation may cause.
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