Naledi: A Baby Elephant's Tale
This series charmingly explores the wonder of Colombia’s landscape and wildlife, and finds that while many humans are an integral part of the ecosystem, others seem to work tirelessly to undermine it.
1 x 90'
An Off The Fence production
Ellen Windemuth, Francisco Bonell, Martin Nova
Episode InformationFilmed by a team of 87, covering over 85 locations with 150 hours of footage, this ambitious natural history feature documentary showcases 38 different species filmed in 20 documented ecosystems including the jaguar hunting its prey, the silver Arowana fish mouth-brooding its young, the mating rituals of the Orinoco crocodiles, the blue Morpho butterfly emerging from its chrysalis, the hammerhead and their young's migration, the Nazca boobies raising its chicks, and the bright golden dart frog feeding on ants. The film reveals the first ever footage of pictographs thought to be 20,000 years old, sighted between Guaviare and Caquetá, in the Guiana Shield, and was the first time the world’s rarest monkey- the Caqueta titi - has been filmed.