Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Science: Natural & Physical

Animal Safari for Children Series

Animal Safari for Children Series

"Highly Recommended.This is an exemplary series, showing some of Africa's most common wild animals. The narrator's gentle voice and the straight-forward yet informative script will appeal to young children." -NAMTC/NMM Review
A series produced especially for children to give them the opportunity to get to know some of Africa's most common wild animals. Filmed on location entirely in Kenya, each program contains 3 segments per program with footage that shows the animals' behavior in their natural habitat. Produced by RSI, Inc. - Swiss Television. Series: 4 x 22-minute programs.

List of Titles


African Animals 1: Lion; Elephant; Flamingo

African Animals 1: Lion; Elephant; Flamingo

Lion - The lion, known as the "King of Beasts," has a splendid mane and lives in Africa in the tall grasses of the savannah. Lions spend most of the day resting in the shade. The female lion hunts during the night and brings her catch back to the family. A lion eats every 2-3 days and eats only meat. Elephant Click for more


African Animals 2: Giraffe; Warthog; Leopard

African Animals 2: Giraffe; Warthog; Leopard

Giraffe - The giraffe is the tallest animal in the world; their varieties are identified by their patterns. Giraffes eat leaves from trees reaching with their long necks and using their tongues that can be as long as 18 inches. Their horns really aren't horns, but bone covered by skin and hair. Warthog Click for more


African Animals 3: Hippopotamus; Zebra; Antelope

African Animals 3: Hippopotamus; Zebra; Antelope

"Highly Recommended. The visual quality is excellent. The female narrator has a spledid voice, and it is refreshing that the program is uncluttered with special effects. Diet, physiology, habits and other characteristics of the animals are discussed." -School Library Journal
Hippopotamus - Hippos Click for more


African Animals 4: Ostrich; Cheetah; Rhinoceros

African Animals 4: Ostrich; Cheetah; Rhinoceros

Ostrich - Ostriches are the biggest bird in the world, but cannot fly. They have a long neck and legs and each foot has two toes. They are very fast and can run up to 50 miles an hour. Their eggs are big and heavy and their chicks are as big as chickens when born. Cheetah - A cheetah is a carnivore that Click for more


Animal Safari for Children Series (4-Disc Set)

Animal Safari for Children Series (4-Disc Set)

A 4-Disc Set of African Animals 1: Lion; Elephant; Flamingo; African Animals 2: Giraffe; Warthog; Leopard; African Animals 3: Hippopotamus; Zebra; Antelope and African Animals 4: Ostrich; Cheetah; Rhinoceros is available.
African Animals 1: Lion; Elephant; Flamingo
"Lion" - The lion, Click for more





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