Born to be Wild 3D
Exclusively in IMAX theaters
National Wildlife Federation has teamed up with Born to be Wild 3D as the film’s education partner. Our guide for educators (pdf) and special Born to be Wild 3D poster (pdf) have great information and activities related to the movie.
About the Film
Born to be Wild 3D is a story of the remarkable bond between humans and animals. It is about love, dedication, and saving endangered species one life at a time. In the film, you’ll meet baby orangutans and elephants who have lost their families. You’ll also meet the extraordinary people who rescue these orphans. Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas works with orangutans in the lush rainforests of Borneo. Dame Daphne M. Sheldrick works with elephants on Kenya's rugged savannah. Together, they and their teams are raising these incredible animals and returning them to the wild.
Born to Be Wild 3D - Educators Guide:
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