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|St. Kilda, Its People and Birds (1908)|
An interesting look at life on a remote island, St. Kilda, Its People and Birds explores both the human and animal population of this important...
|Farne Islands (1909)|
Colour film, hand coloured by Pathe Freres, showing the wildlife on the Farne Islands.
|The History of a Butterfly - A Romance of Insect Life (1910)|
Directed by one of the pioneers of the cinematic industry, James Williamson, The History of a Butterfly - A Romance of Insect Life is an intriguing...
|Urban Science : The Birth of a Flower (1910)|
A lyrical record of nature in action, Urban Science: The Birth of a Flower is a very early example of time-lapse photography, exploring a variety...
|With Roosevelt in Africa (1910)|
In the depths of East Africa, hunting enthusiast, keen naturalist and former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt embarks on a specimen collecting...
|The Strength and Agility of Insects (1911)|
A highly entertaining and revealing account of insect ability, The Strength and Agility of Insects presented a view of arthropods quite unlike...
|African Hunt (1912)|
|Jack London's Adventures in the South Sea Islands (1913)|
|Among the Cannibal Isles of the South Pacific (1918)|
|Pin Feather Pickaninnies (1918)|