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Life: Private Lives


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Life ...in the animal world of Serengeti
The great Serengeti National Park in Tanzania has the richest and most varied population of large wild animals left anywhere in the world.

Detailed research on individual animals has revealed new facts about rhinos, elephants, and vultures. With the Egyptian vulture, unique tool-using behaviour was filmed for the first time ever.
David Attenborough reports from the Serengeti Research Institute
with contributions from John Goddard, Dr. Hans Kruuk, Iain Douglas-Hamilton, Professor Niko Tinbergen, F.R.S., Dr. Hugh Lamprey, Dr. George Schaller
Introduced by Dr. Desmond Morris.
From the South and West


Reporter: David Attenborough
Speaker: John Goddard
Speaker: Dr. Hans Kruuk
Speaker: Iain Douglas-Hamilton
Speaker: Professor Niko Tinbergen
Speaker: Dr. Hugh Lamprey
Speaker: Dr. George Schaller
Presenter: Dr. Desmond Morris
Produced and directed by: Richard Brock
Editor: Ronald Webster

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