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  • DVD Review:
    Last Chance to See:
    Animals on the Verge of Extinction

    Join zoologist Mark Carwardine and comedian Stephen Fry in their search for the critically endangered animals featured in the 1989 radio documentary “Last Chance to See” (produced by Mark and Douglas Adams, writer of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Gal

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    In an attempt to see how those animals have fared after all these years, the crew travelled deep into the Amazon jungles where the Amazonian Manatee roams, as well as up icy mountain tops of New Zealand to search for the kakapo, a critically endangered flightless parrot. Other animals featured in this 6-hour documentary include the Northern White Rhinoceros and the Blue Whale. This series is highly informative and provides a rare peek of these amazing creatures we are in danger of losing.

    If you are also interested in reading the accompanying book Last Chance to See, you may borrow the book from our public libraries at call number English 591.68 ADA


    Directors: Tim Green, Ben Southwell, John Paul Davidson
    Presenters: Stephen Fry, Mark Carwardine
    Year of Release: 2010
    Running Time: 360 min
    Call Number: English AV 591.68 LAS

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