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Title The Red-Crowned Crane / Director: Ding, Jia
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2014
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Summary This documentary looks at the lives of the endangered red-crowned cranes at two nature reserves in China, plus the difficulties the cranes face as they grow up, and the crisis facing the species. A pair of cranes at Zhalong Reserve is attacked by other cranes as they incubate their eggs. The eggs get cold so the hen has to lay more eggs. At Yancheng Reserve, some crane chicks have mysteriously died. (From China, in English) (Documentary) CC
Event Broadcast 2014-02-01 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: PG
Subject Birds -- Diseases.
Cranes (Birds) -- Habitat.
Endangered species -- Protection.
Japanese crane.
National parks and reserves -- Management.
Cranes (Birds) -- Breeding.
China.
Form Streaming video
Author Ding, Jia, director
Rose, Randall Lee, cast