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National Geographic: Eye of the Leopard
     

National Geographic: Eye of the Leopard

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Experience the cycle of life as seen through the eyes of the African floodplain's most feared predators as National Geographic takes viewers on a spectacular, high-definition voyage the likes of which few humans have ever experienced. For three years scientists tracked the remarkable cat named Legadema through Botswana's Okavango Delta. Acclaimed actor Jeremy Irons

Overview

Experience the cycle of life as seen through the eyes of the African floodplain's most feared predators as National Geographic takes viewers on a spectacular, high-definition voyage the likes of which few humans have ever experienced. For three years scientists tracked the remarkable cat named Legadema through Botswana's Okavango Delta. Acclaimed actor Jeremy Irons narrates as viewers watch the defenseless cub grow into a skilled hunter, and the skilled hunter transform into a predator with the stealth and ferocity needed to survive in one of the planet's most unforgiving climates.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/20/2007
UPC:
0727994751908
Rating:
NR
Source:
Nat'l Geographic Vid
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:30:00
Sales rank:
9,856

Special Features

Behind the scenes with the Jouberts

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- National Geographic: Eye of the Leopard
1. Introduction [4:00]
2. "Legadema" [3:21]
3. Early Instincts [4:40]
4. Nemeses [7:19]
5. Learning to Be Independent [7:41]
6. The Burnt Ebony Male [2:56]
7. The Hallmark of a Leopard [5:56]
8. Becoming Bush Wise [5:34]
9. Passion for the Hunt [3:50]
10. Life As a Predator [6:18]
11. First Running Attack [5:46]
12. A Daughter's Insolence [6:53]
13. The Leopard and the Baboon [3:40]
14. One Final Push [4:07]
15. A Defining Moment [10:14]
16. Final Right of Passage [4:37]
17. Conclusion [3:42]
18. End Credits [:15]

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National Geographic: Eye of the Leopard 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Pontea More than 1 year ago
Beautifully written, with amazing narration by Jeremy Irons, this documentary follows the life a special leopard named Legadema. The Jouberts take us on an unforgettable journey, following this leopard for 3 years, with amazing captured footage since she was 8 days old. One of the most touching, poetic and moving documentaries I have ever seen on a feline. Beautiful narration coupled with a moving musical score along with captivating images and shots, this documentary is like a movie, delineating beautiful emotions like innate maternal instincts, grief, emotional resilience, letting go, moving on. I can watch it over and over again and still get choked up with tears in various scenes. I really do believe Lagadema was a special leopard, with a very different soul than the rest. I own many documentaries on wildlife, but nothing comes close to this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago