Pandas in the Wild movie was released Jul 21, 2009 by the Smithsonian Networks studio. Standard Screen; Soundtrack English
While they are a favorite of zoo-goers everywhere, Giant Pandas are only indigenous to a few mountain ranges in central and southern China. Pandas in the Wild DVD for sale This Smithsonian Channel special offers a rare glimpse of Giant Pandas in their natural habitat by traveling to China’s remote Qinling Mountains and observing the eating habits, mating rituals, and survival methods of these beloved but increasingly endangered creatures (of which there are less than 2000 in the wild).
Only about 1,600 Giant Pandas survive in the wild with 200 to 300 in China’s mist-shrouded Quinling Mountains, which extend for thousands of miles and where few people gain permission to enter.
Pandas in the Wild captures the loving warmth between a mother panda and her newborn, the fierce competition among male pandas fighting for females as spring approaches and the harsh struggles pandas endure to survive the snow-buried winter.
It’s a journey into a remote and exotic locale and an up-close look at the secret lives of these rare mammals-an intimate portrait of one of the world’s most treasured animals.
Smithsonian Networks captures the panda in its natural habitat for the first time, behaving in ways you won’t see at the zoo.
Anamorphic Widescreen - 1.85
(unspecified) - English
Subtitles - SDH - English