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'Animal Babies: First Year on Earth' [PBS]
(DVD / PG / 2019 / PBS)

Overview: The first year of life is the toughest. Four cinematographers follow six iconic baby animals as they face the challenges of surviving their first year on Earth.

For these animal babies, this is the story of what it takes to survive in the wild.

DVD Verdict: Here within the luscious 'Animal Babies: First Year on Earth' we meet six baby animals from across the globe. We follow along as they experience joy and hardship, confront near-daily adversities, navigate their habitats, and overcome challenges in their first year of life.

As always with nature shows from PBS, this is a true little darling of an insight into these adorable newborn animals.

Like all babies, young animals can have a first year filled with joy, love and play. To survive, however, they must also overcome threats and challenges, from rivals, from the elements, and predators.

To tell the stories of these magical months, renowned wildlife cinematographers travel the globe to follow the lives of six iconic baby animals as they grow and develop.

So what we get is an intimate look at six iconic baby animals as they grow and develop before our very eyes. Broken up into three parts, 'Animal Babies: First Year on Earth' is the story of what it takes to survive in the wild in this, their first year on earth. This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.78:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.