Power of Nature: Elephants & Making an Ancient Forest

  • POWER OF NATURE Elephants: Mega-gardeners of the Forest POWER OF NATURE Elephants: Mega-gardeners of the Forest
  • Making an Ancient Forest - Kalkalpen National Park Making an Ancient Forest - Kalkalpen National Park

Showings

The Roxy Theater Screen 2 Sat, Apr 23, 2016 3:30 PM
Film Info
Series:39th International Wildlife Film Festival

Description

Power of Nature: Elephants
Elephants play a crucial role in the forests of central Africa. They are expert gardeners, spreading more seeds further than any other animal. Some seeds are so big that only elephants can swallow them, and some only germinate if they have been through an elephant. So forests need elephants in order to stay healthy, productive and diverse.


Making an Ancient Forest - Kalkalpen National Park
Unmanaged for over a quarter century, the forests of the Kalkalpen National Park (Austria) have relied on natural dynamics that are far more intricate and ingenious than previously imagined, luring even the lynx to return home after 115 years of absence.

Included Shorts

POWER OF NATURE Elephants: Mega-gardeners of the Forest (5min) More
Making an Ancient Forest - Kalkalpen National Park (52min) More