Ants - Nature's Secret Power

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Nature Documentary hosted by Howard Nightingall, Martin Mészáros and broadcasted as part of ORF Universum Series in 2006 - English narration

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In this documentary we will be transported into the world of ants through the eyes of Bert Hoelldobler, a world authority on these amazing animals.

What animal has achieved immortality? What animal is the most warlike? What animal has the greatest supercity on the planet? Not man but ants. They are the real success story. It is only their tiny size and our vanity that allows us to hold onto the myth of our supremacy. Ants rule the planet. They are found in more habitats from far northern Finland to the sweltering tropics.
The largest colony known of these insects is in Japan, where 306 million ants, with 1 million queens, in 45,000 colonies spread over 270 hectares.
The fiercest warriors on earth are the slave maker ants. Other ants have barracks and sentry posts to protect themselves against surprise attack.

Bert Hoelldobler, friend of world renowned scientist Edward Wilson, is a world authority on these amazing animals. He has dedicated his life, travelling around the world, to understand these. Through his eyes and his words we will be transported into the world of the ants. A world more wonderful and bizarre than any science fiction. "Ants" will reveal this alien world for the first time, in the company of a true authority and enthusiast.

Winner of: International Wildlife Film Festival Missoula (USA): "Best TV-Program" and "Best Educational Value" & NaturVision 2005: Best International Contribution / Best Camera

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Video Codec: Xvid
Video Bitrate: 1740 kb/s
Video Resolution: 640 x 352
Video Framerate: 25 fps
Audio Codec: ac3
Audio Bitrate: 192 kbps / 48khz
Audio Channels: 2
Runtime per Part: 55 minutes
Part Size: 740mb (1/6th DVD)
Ripped by: Corax

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