Elephants 3D is an epic journey across Africa, Asia, and Australia, getting up close and personal with the largest land mammals on the planet. Elephants are symbols of strength, power, and wisdom, and they have captured our imaginations for centuries.
Sadly, most of the world’s elephants could disappear from much of the wild within a generation. Climate change, habitat loss, human conflict, hunting and poaching have devastated elephant populations, estimated to be down from 1.2 million in the 1970’s to around 500,000 today. But who are these species, how have they adapted to their unique ecosystems, and why must we protect them?
The film traverses the vast plains and rich rainforests of Africa that are home to the Savannah and Desert Elephants, to the grasslands of South East Asia and the Indian Elephants that live there, and finally, to Melbourne Zoo in Australia. It’s in Australia that we meet Luk Chai, the elephant who is helping to secure the genetic future of his species.
The Wonderful World of Elephants 3D is not just an insight into the elephants themselves but the incredible and diverse environments they inhabit and the people protecting them and the future of their species.
14.5 billion years ago, our universe and everything in it appeared out of nothing, zip, zero, zilch – everything, everywhere all in less than a second.
And if you think that’s incredible, wait till you find out what happened next!
The powers that gave birth to everything that has ever been are still at play today.
From the smallest creatures to the largest continents, from monstrous volcanoes to tranquil coral reefs, all are shaped by nature’s amazing forces.
And discovering how they’ve weaved these wondrous creations may well be the greatest story ever told.
Forces of Nature is a surprising and entertaining roller-coaster ride that spans the entire history of time and offers a spectacular sneak peak of what’s to come.
Discover the science behind what made the universe, your planet, and you possible.
Find out how ocean beds became mountains, how fish became cows, why the moon isn’t what you think it is, and how fungi may hold the key to life on Mars.
You may think you know that story of Earth, but do you know the truth?
Find out why we’re missing a billion years from the geological record.
Why Earth was once frozen solid – a giant snowball in space – not once, but twice.
Why one day it started raining and didn’t stop for a million years, and how a simple algae set fire to the entire planet.
This is exhilarating science storytelling on a scale never seen before!
A big story destined for the big screen!
From moon bases and space elevators to asteroid outposts and aerostatic habitats, Planets will profile the dreamers of today, whose proof-of-concept technologies and mind-blowing innovations may one day allow our children’s children to push ever deeper into a solar system both beautiful and bizarre. Co-produced and co-distributed by K2 Studios and Giant Screen Films.