When Jack reads his book of adventures with his explorer grandpa (voiced by Chris Packham) his room transforms around him and his adventure begins...
Episode 1: I Want To Fly - Jack sees a blackbird chick fly for the first time and tries to learn to fly from birds too.
Episode 2: Hide & Seek - There's a hungry otter around and Jack discovers some ingenious ways the river animals stay safe.
Episode 3: Hungry Like A Fox - Hungry Jack tries to keep up with a hunting fox, but finding food is not easy.
Episode 4: Sand & Sea - Jack joins a herd of seals and then meets all kinds of scary and enchanting underwater creatures.
Episode 5: Making Friends - Jack tries to join a herd of deer, but quickly learns that only one deer is allowed to be in charge.
5 x 7 min Episodes. Total runtime approx 36 minutes.
Region 0 DVD PAL Formatted - Unrestricted but in countries using NTSC TV signals (eg. America, Canada, Mexico, Japan) please ensure that your DVD player will play PAL DVDs. (if not you can purchase Digital Download Episodes)
Jack is an ordinary boy who lives in the city.
Well, that is until his Grandad opens his magical book and Jack's world transform into an exciting wildlife adventure.
This adventure starts up a tree with Jack eager to learn how to fly after seeing a blue tit fly for the first time...
BY HOLDING HANDS! They're not just being friendly, Sea Otters can be seen holding hands when at sea otherwise if they fell asleep they would drift away from each other. They also do it in large groups, which is called a raft. The otters which we have in the UK are actually a distinct species who usually live in rivers but do sometimes live in sea. Continue Reading →
Their velvety feathered wings and legs absorb sound frequencies, and the broadness of them helps them to fly slowly and flap less, making less noise than other birds. Their soft comb-like feathers allows the air to pass through and muffle the sounds it makes. This helps the owl to sneak up on and catch its prey, making it one of the best bird predators. The design of the owl's anatomy is so good that it has influenced aircraft technology and design to reduce the noise of planes during take off and landing. Continue Reading →