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The Secret World of Bats  (1991)

Importance of bats

An hour long film, The Secret World of Bats follows ecologist, leading conservationist and award-winning wildlife photographer Dr Merlin Tuttle across five continents, exploring the little known world of bat behaviour.

A fascinating and engaging glimpse into the domain of these nocturnal airborne hunters, remarkable slow-motion photography reveals courting techniques, parenting skills and many intriguing symbiotic relationships.

Through the stunning cinematography of Dieter Plage, an alien world of echolocation is brought to life, celebrating these resourceful creatures and exploring various conservation efforts along the way.

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Copyright Holder: ITN Source
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Film credits

Additional Photography: Mary Plage
Dubbing Editor: Richard Osborne
Dubbing Mixer: Trevor Barber
Executive Producer: Graham Creelman
Film Editor: Leslie Parry
Music: Guy Michelmore
Narrator: Andrew Sachs
Photography: Dieter Plage
Producer: Mike Linley
Production Controller: Peter Schofield
Production Manager: Alan Bray
Production Organisation: Survival Anglia Limited
Writer: Mike Linley

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