Nature Wonder Land I
- 13 x 25 min.
- Clean, M/E + English
- English script
- Whales that can dive 3,000 meters down to the depths of the sea. The world's smallest monkeys using wits to survive in the Amazon, which no other monkeys have. Polar bears that run wild in the world's most frigid regions. There are many such surprising stories of these "legends" found in nature. Each one of them has the power to move people and is an important part of natural history that should be passed on to the future. NHK uncovers some of these amazing stories from around the world and presents them in brilliant HD photography and in simple story-telling language. Nature Wonder Land is a family-oriented nature program that will captivate both children and adults alike.
1.Do Animals Talk? -- African Elephants, Africa
2.Giant Whales Roaming the Seas -- Sperm Whales, Japan
3.Magnificent Wings in the Sky -- Golden Eagle, Japan
4.Fateful Journey of the Golden Butterfly -- Monarch Butterflies, Middle-Mexico
5.Eco-life in the Trees -- Russian Flying Squirrel, Japan
6.Startling Underground Life -- Moles, Japan
7.Emperors of the North -- Polar bears, Arctic Ocean
8.Super Small Clever Monkeys -- Pygmy Marmosets, Amazon
9.Flash Dance! -- Banded Blue Sprat, Japan
10.Spectacular Leap of an Ancient Fish -- Arowana, Amazon
11.Search for the Big-city Raccoon Dogs -- Raccoon Dogs, Japan
12.The Power of Honey -- Japanese Honeybees, Japan
13.Giant Plant Blooming Once a Century -- Puya Raimondii, Peru
- [Giant Whales Roaming the Seas -- Sperm Whales, Japan]
"Special Award of Indonesian Embassy"
8th IFF Water, sea and the oceans, 2011 -- Hluboká nad Vltavou, Czech Republic