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Am I My Keeper's Brother? (©27th August 1970) 27-Minute Colour Screener Tape: Available
35mm English Version.
16mm French Version

An interesting look at the relationship between the animals in a zoo and their keepers. The film also shows how zoos are organized and what happens before and after the visitors arrive.



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The Age of Seaquarium (©7th December 1971) 28 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
A spectacular film which looks at the beautiful and dangerous creatures of the sea. Killer Whales, Dolphins, Sharks and the many varied fish which inhabit our seas are seen here in this magnificent aquarium - one of the largest in the world.



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The Evolution Bit (©21st December 1971) 26 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
This is a fascinating film which looks at Darwin's theory concerning the evolution and behaviour of animals.



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Game Reserve (©4th January 1965) 28 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
Film of the Kruger National Park in South Africa.



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Fine Feathered Friends (©15th January 1959) 19 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: --
Exploring the contrasting lives of birds in their natural habitat and in man-made aviaries.



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The Hagenbeck Story (©9th February 1971) 27 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
Michael Denison and Dulcie Gray visit the Zoological Garden in Hamburg. They tell the story of the Hagenbeck family and the first zoo to be created without bars.



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Animated Animals (©2nd April 1968) 24 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
A look at Who's Who in the Zoo. A hilarious film to amuse all audiences.



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Don't Gape (©31st October 1974) 28 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
This is an enchanting film of monkeys and their antics.



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Itís Magic (©2nd January 1962) 26 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
A wonderfully entertaining magic show which will amuse and surprise all audiences.



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Jugglers and Acrobats (©24th March 1964) 23 Minutes Colour Screener Tape: Available
A very entertaining look at how jugglers train and reach the high standard necessary to perform.



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