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72 cutest animals.

72 cutest animals.

Visually stunning and packed with scientific facts, 72 Cutest Animals is a countdown and investigation into the cutest animals in the world. With explanatory graphics and firsthand accounts from animal lovers and experts, each creature is fully assessed on its cuteness and ranked on a sliding scale to eventually uncover the cutest one in the world. Why do some animals instantly bring a smile to our faces, and although some don’t look so cute, why do we label them so? In this series, cuteness is judged not only on the animals’ looks but also on what they do, think, and how they behave. The human relationship with each animal is investigated along with the science. All this is backed up with stunning footage in the wild and in the home.

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Date Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Reserve
1 May 2017 200106032 SEVE
DVD   Batemans Bay . . Available .  
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Shelf Location SEVE
Title 72 cutest animals (Television program)
72 cutest animals.
Alternate Titles Seventy-two cutest animals
Publication Details [Australia] Roadshow Entertainment , 2017
©2016
Description 2 DVD-video (approximately 324 min.) : sound, colour ; 12 cm.
Notes Originally televised in 2016.
Series producer: Trish Roberts ; Executive producer: Ray Pedretti.
Visually stunning and packed with scientific facts, 72 Cutest Animals is a countdown and investigation into the cutest animals in the world. With explanatory graphics and firsthand accounts from animal lovers and experts, each creature is fully assessed on its cuteness and ranked on a sliding scale to eventually uncover the cutest one in the world. Why do some animals instantly bring a smile to our faces, and although some don’t look so cute, why do we label them so? In this series, cuteness is judged not only on the animals’ looks but also on what they do, think, and how they behave. The human relationship with each animal is investigated along with the science. All this is backed up with stunning footage in the wild and in the home.
Subject Animal behavior
Animals -- Habitations
Human-animal relationships
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Added Author Roberts, Trish
Pedretti, Ray
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