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1 x 45 min
Parks are not only local recreation areas for human beings, they are also valuable habitats for animals and plants. These green oases make cities worth living in and provide a surprisingly high level of biodiversity. Parks are often the quickest way for us to connect with nature and a great opportunity to get to know our wildlife. This film provides a fresh perspective on some typical and well-known park inhabitants. In interviews, experts give us an understanding of the less familiar attributes of crows, squirrels and many others, and report on their research. This much is already clear: just as city dwellers and country people differ, city animals also have their very unique way of life. You will look at the animals in your park with completely new eyes the next time you go for a stroll!