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Parents need to know that Wild Kingdom offers a realistic view of life among wild animals in their natural habitats. Ecological and environmental concerns are central to each episode as viewers learn about endangered wildlife and forestland. Some young viewers may be upset by scenes of predators hunting and killing their prey. Be prepared to answer kids' questions about the animals and their behavior.
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MUTUAL OF OMAHA'S WILD KINGDOM is a virtual field trip into the natural habitat of all sorts of wild animals. Beautifully filmed and expertly narrated (most recently by Alec Baldwin), the award-winning show continues to set the standard for wildlife documentaries. Episodes have chronicled topics as varied as wolves' adaptability in areas populated by humans; relationships among killer whales, elephant seals, and king penguins; and the first film footage of the highly endangered and elusive Butaan lizard. The show explains animals' amazing survival tactics, dispels myths about them, and highlights their battles against extinction.
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Families can talk about Wild Kingdom's views on preserving nature. How do animals end up on the endangered species list? What might be the outcome of losing natural forestland? How have humans affected the lives of wild animals? What can we do to ensure their continued existence and the health of their environments?
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