World's Most Dangerous Animals - Tarantulas details
|Director:||Worlds Most Dangerous Animals|
World's Most Dangerous Animals - Tarantulas
|Run time:||50 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Apr 2005|
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Beautifully filmedBy a customer from Leyton.East London , 27 Oct 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]The best film on Tarantulas I have yet to see.Quality of Dvd is surperb.
Also you can hear all the commentary over the background music.Highly recommended.
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exellentBy pepekh (5 reviews) from Waltham Cross , 06 Jun 2009this is an exellent documentary dvd with amazing photography and video, every detail is explained easily to understand.
Nothing newBy a customer from sheffield uk , 17 May 2006An interesting introduction to the natural history of these large spiders, but it is an introduction/overview.
Fantastic footage, wether acheived in captivity or not as some reviewers were complaining about..
Dumbed down.......By a customer from Devon , 29 Mar 2006The image quality and production is very good. I don't know where some of this was filmed but some spiders turned up in the wrong habitat entirely. Very sparse, general information. The title should have given the game away as tarantulas are pretty harmless.
BrilliantBy asma rahman from Leicester...u.k. , 22 Mar 2006Excellent for nature lovers......Worth wathing
useless American 'I don't know' rubbishBy oj's from berks , 24 Nov 2005I found this DVD awfully dull, I have a keen interest in tarantulas, however this American done DVD was a waste of time and I did not even bother to sit throughout the shortly lengthed 50 mins. It appeared that the commentary person did not know an awful lot about the spiders, it also appeared that some of the footage was not in the wild but filmed on a set! Whilst the DVD plays, the annoying American bloke just rambled on about how these are beasts, and what killers they are. If you wish to see a DVD where you just see tarantulas, and that is about it then this is for you, it was not at all informative! There are however a few good footage shots, but they are not enough to black out the annoying, unsure commentator. This maybe one for young kids, but still would imagine they would know more than what is 'taught'