National Geographic Really Wild Animals: Monkey Business and Other Family Fun (1996)

Genres - Children's/Family, Nature  |   Sub-Genres - Animals, Children's Educational, Children's Entertainment  |   Run Time - 54 min.  |   Countries - United Kingdom   |   MPAA Rating - NR
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Synopsis by C. Dwayne Smith

This educational tape is part of the National Geographic Really Wild Animals series for kids aged five through 11. This documentary looks at the contrary parenting techniques of most our simian cousins, including the giant gorillas, the tree-hugging orangutans, and everybody's favorite, the crazed chimpanzee. The young viewer gets a glimpse into their monkey business, the natural existence within their habitat, their families, and the domestic rules that may or may not apply. Narrated by actor Dudley Moore as Spin, the animated talking globe, this around the world expedition is as entertaining as it is educational.

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chimpanzee, habitat [natural], jungle, monkey, primate, zoo