Animal Camera

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English, Chinese Nature Documentary hosted by Steve Leonard and published by BBC in 2004

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Across the world scientists are getting ever closer to wildlife through the magic of modern technology. Animal Camera lets you see the animal world as you've never seen it before. A hi-tech espionage operation answering hitherto unfathomable questions, exploring new areas of animal behaviour and revealing more than we ever dreamt possible...

Exciting and futuristic, this cutting edge technology is helping to provide new insights into the animal kingdom. Many hitherto unfathomable questions are being answered and unseen facets of nature are finally being explored. The secrets of flight are explored as tiny cameras attached to a special lightweight harness are worn by a golden eagle. Miniature radar transponders on the backs of bees help decode their complex journeys from the hive and military sonic equipment takes us on the underground trail of the mysterious golden mole.

We are now able to see animals like never before. Animal Camera is a hi-tech espionage operation on the animal world revealing more than we ever dreamt possible...

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  • VIDEO BITRATE...: 1711 Kbps XviD 1.0.3 at 29.970 Fps
  • AUDIO BITRATE...: 124 Kbps VBR MP3 / 124 Kbps VBR MP3
  • RUNTIME.........: 49m 28s
  • ASPECT RATIO....: 1.85:1
  • RESOLUTION......: 592x320
  • LANGUAGE........: English/Mandarin
  • SUBTITLES.......: English/Chinese

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