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Lemurs, this film claims, are the greatest explorers in the history of the natural world. Cast adrift from their home millions of years ago, a family of lemurs landed in Madagascar and thrived to evolve into one of the most diverse species in the world. This eye-popping documentary, narrated by Morgan Freeman, takes us deep into the jungle to meet some of these cute and often hilarious furry creatures. Alongside the funny sequences of lemurs jumping and ‘dancing’ is a serious message about the environmental threats faced by the animals. Leading scientists introduce us to their work, studying the many varieties of lemurs and protecting their habitat for the future.
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5–11 years 82 mins
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All ages 77 mins
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5–11 years 100 mins
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