Born to Be Wild: Giraffes on the Move with Joanna Lumley

59 minutes 7.3/10 based on 4 votes

Would you want to stay at a hotel where giraffes wandered free? Would you be brave enough to hold food for a giraffe in your mouth and allow this enormous animal to take it from your mouth? If you were Joanna Lumley, your answer would be yes to these questions. ENJOY! 1 hour long.

What do you know about giraffes and their personalities? Prior to watching this informative documentary about these long-necked animals I knew very little. This BBC documentary takes viewers into the world of beautiful giraffes. Born to Be Wild: Giraffes on the Move with Joanna Lumley opens with her feeding these animals and showcasing their softer side. The soft-spoken sound of her voice is soothing and fitting as she takes viewers on the exotic adventure exploring the world of giraffes.

Born to Be Wild: Giraffes on the Move with Joanna Lumley offers an in-depth look into how these graceful creatures live. Lumley embarks on her adventure by following seven endangered Rothschild giraffes to their new home. Their hope is to create a breeding herd for the endangered animal. A unique look into this beautiful animals journey in the wild.

Will they succeed in breeding these endangered creatures?

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  • lookdeeper

    What’s this? Zsa Zsa Gabor now ‘training’ Giraffes? Leave the lipstick at home lady if you’d like to be compared to Jane Goodall.

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