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I can't believe anyone would give this a bad review. It's amazing graphics and so fun to watch. Which I did watch it like three times in a row. I recommend this to anyone who is an animal lover. A lot of fun and a new perspective and filming style. Very expensive to shoot. I believe at the end there is a section where they explain the amount of money and work put in to filming this little treasure. Would recommend 100%.
It shows the African sengi, one of the cutest things I've ever seen. You can watch the dung beetle rolling around his giant turd balls. You actually experienced the life from the little animals point of view. Watch as the giant predator swoops in and the run for their lives to find cover.
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