Life's Story: The One That Hasn't Been Told (DVD)
What does modern DNA research now prove about the theory that simple cells evolved into all life on earth? Simply that evolution is impossible. So why is this information being kept from the general public? Should Darwins theories still be taught as facts in our educational institutions?
In a wildlife program unlike any other seen before, you will journey to discover the story of life itself. This program examines the long held beliefs that have been the foundation of the whole understanding of natural selection for more than 150 years.
How much can animals change? Why do so many species depend upon one another to survive? Where does instinct and intelligence come from? And what do the designs of creatures alive today reveal about their history?
Learn about the abilities of parrot fish and dolphins, the habits of ostriches and wildebeest, and the skills and instincts of cheetahs, giraffes and lions.
Filmed and researched over a five-year period in more than ten different countries, Life’s Story explores all these issues and many more in on the most visually stunning and informative wildlife productions available today.
Running time 56 minutes
Suggested age range 13 yrs - adult
Life's Story 2: The Reason For The Journey (DVD)
A factual and visual feast from beginning to end.
It takes you on an incredible documentary journey of discovery to unravel
some of the most amazing mysteries of the natural world.
From simple cells in the seas to fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals
and eventually humans; this we are told has been the evolutionary tree of
life. So how does this theory fit in with all we see around us?
After thousands of years of observable evidence and advances in biological
research, do Darwin's evolutionary ideas measure-up to the discoveries of
modern science today?
In this program you will learn about the navigation techniques and defense
mechanisms of marine life, the complex behavior of birds, the differences
between apes, monkeys and humans, "ape-men" mixing link hoaxes, and how
some of the large mammals feed and digest their food.
From Egypt and the depths of the Red Sea to the Islands of Malta, the Cape
of Good Hope and the Savannahs of South Africa, now you can see for yourself
and understand the intricate designs of natures vast array of creatures and
our place among them in this wonderfully created world.
Many unusual, rare and endangered species are featured in this program including
animal behavior never filmed before.
Narrated by Nick Jackson - BBC National Radio
Suitable for use in schools. 10yrs - Adult