Smithsonian Channel: Loose At The Zoo

Genre: Special Interest, Animals/Nature, Smithsonian Channel, Nature
Director: Gail Flannigan, Jody Schiliro, Mike Dolan, Polly Bryan
Country of Orgin: United States
Production Year: 2007
Studio: Smithsonian Channel
Synopsis: Meet the babies at Washington D.C's National Zoo. But it's more than just monkey business for these irresistibly cure and cuddly kids....Even animals have chores!  

Baby New at the Zoo - From Africa to Brazil to India and beyond...Get to know the offspring of four special animals, the Golden Lion Tamarin, Sumatran tiger, Kori bustard (world's largest flying birds) and sloth bear.

Loose at the Zoo: Golden Lion Tamarins - When it comes to monkeying around, few have mastered the skillful agility of this breed.  Dad Eduardo wears a tiny "mokey-cam" to capture all the fun as the family grooms, plays, socializes, and eats lunch.

Tiger Tales - A rare peek into the lives of tiger cubs, from birth to first steps and swim. Did you know that all tigers (an endangered species) have a unique set of stripes, like fingerprints? Or that their tongues are so tough, they could lick the paint off a house?

Available Formats
  • Smithsonian Channel: Loose At The Zoo (DVD)
    • Release Date:
      Oct 16, 2012
      MSRP:
      $9.98
      Catalog #:
      IMG1135DVD
      UPC:
      815300010822
      Runtime:
      79 Minutes
      Color Format:
      Color
      Aspect Ratio:
      1.85:1
      16x9:
      Yes
      Rating:
      NR
      Original Language:
      English
      Subtitles:
      N/A
      Close Captioned:
      Yes
      Audio Format:
      Digital 5.1 Surround
      # of Discs:
      1