NATURE & WILDLIFE
march of the elephants
March of The Elephants is an epic journey of a herd of elephants migrating from their homeland Xishuangbanna, travelling northward over 1,300 kilometers for almost a year and half.
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China Review Studio and Colorful Nature Films
Episode InformationMarch of The Elephants is a documentary that chronicles an elephant herd's incredible journey over 1,300 kilometres for almost a year and a half, from their homeland Xishuangbanna in Yunnan, China, to the north. This film reflects the complex relationship between humans and elephants as locals guide and support the majestic creatures through forests, farms, roads, viaducts, and the boundaries between nature reserves and human settlements. The elephants' responses and behaviour provoke contemplation about humanity's responsibility to protect wildlife and biodiversity. We witness humans expressing goodwill and building trust with the elephants as they help them find food, water, shelter, and survival. This documentary underscores the importance of coexisting with nature and respecting the creatures that share our planet.