|The stirring songs that lemurs call across the jungle can carry for miles.|
Here's what the Boston Globe had to say about it:
The IMAX 3-D nature documentary “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar” aims to give us the facts about our most ancient primates. But the animals are so magically entertaining to watch here (helped by some gently mischievous narrative assists), the educational treatment is a fun time in its own right. (Read the full review.)And the Boston Herald writes:
Photogenic, sure-footed lemurs exist only one place in the world — Madagascar. Who knew? This is one of the things we learn in the breezily enchanting IMAX 3-D documentary “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar.” (Read the full review.)These fascinating creatures will warm your heart as they skip, spring and sing through the wilds of this evolutionary hot-spot. With snappy music and unbelievable scenery, you'll be wrapped up in this heart-tugging story of survival. Just watch.
Island of Lemurs: Madagascar 3D gives you an unprecedented look at the life of lemurs, complete with jaw dropping footage of these fuzzy daredevils catapulting themselves from tree to tree or defying gravity as they spring among the baobab trees. Between gasps of amazement you will learn how scientists are hard at work protecting the lemurs of Madagascar as their habitat slowly disappears.
|Ring-tailed lemurs have adapted to living on the island where lemur habitat is disappearing at an alarming rate.|
Morgan Freeman narrates this stunning IMAX 3D film, which includes soaring aerial footage of monolithic rock mountains, majestic landscapes and intimate moments with some of our blue planets most endangered animals—all on New England's largest screen. Come join them in their stunning homeland.
|Lemurs live only on the island of Madagascar—and now you can see them at the Aquarium's IMAX theatre!|