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Filmed in IMAX-3D, this documentary follows Dr. Birute Mary Galdikas and Dame Daphne Sheldrick along with their remarkable teams as they rescue orphaned elephants and orangutans. Working to rehabilitate these animals, they attempt to return them to the wild.
Why Is Born To Be Wild (2011) Rated G?
Born To Be Wild (2011) is rated G
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Violence: A baby elephant is briefly shown standing beside his dead mother. A young animal charges at a human caregiver. Poaching and other illegal practices that result in the death of animals is discussed infrequently.
Sexual Content: Affection is shown between two orangutans.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
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Steve Irwin was the director of the Australia Zoo in Queensland, Australia and hosted Crocodile Hunter on Animal Planet before his accidental death in 2006. Since his passing, his wife Terri and daughter Bindi Sue have continued to be involved with Queensland’s reptiles. Steve and Terri starred together in the film Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course. Irwin also voiced the character of Trev in Happy Feet and appeared as The Crocodile Hunter in Dr. Dolittle 2.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Details on home video releases of Born To Be Wild (2011)...
Born to be Wild releases to home video on April 17, 2012.