It’s Madagascar from the BBC, narrated by David Attenborough. Don’t worry, he doesn’t sing “I Like to Move It, Move It.” Here’s what they have to say for themselves:
From the makers of the widely acclaimed natural history series, Life, comes a fascinating exploration of the mysterious island of Madagascar. Intimately filmed like never before, the series brings the weird, beautiful and distinctive qualities of this island to the screen for the first time. Lying just off the coast of Africa, Madagascar is a land of misty mountains, tropical rainforests and weird spiny desert scrub. It is here extraordinary wildlife has evolved in isolation to become bizarre and totally unique. Bonus features include Lemurs of Madagascar: A 40 minute special on the fascinating society of Madagascar’s most famous residents as they struggle for power and survival and Attenborough and the Giant Egg. In 1961, David Attenborough was handed a very special memento while filming in Madagascar: egg fragments belonging to the largest bird ever. Now, he returns to the island and asks whether it holds the clue to saving the country’s remaining wildlife.
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