"Humanist Nature Doc"Content: -2 Extreme caution for older teenagers and adults.
What You Need To Know:ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR is an entertaining nature documentary. The documentary opens by claiming that, 65 million years ago, lemurs left Africa and traveled on little rafts that landed them on Madagascar. Apparently, Madagascar was much more hospitable to these creatures. So, on Madagascar, lemurs flourished, but in Africa, the species died out, probably because of predators. However, about 2,000 years ago, people started coming to Madagascar and lemurs became endangered. Today, these incredibly cute mammals are at risk of dying out due to farming, especially fires that humans use to clear their fields. Enter some scientists who are trying...Full review >>