VAT2019 N 168
SynopsisDeep in the swampy rainforests of India, live tiny creatures as old as dinosaurs. Sadly, more than 80% of the 400 species of amphibians found in India are endangered. Some have not been seen from years & yet still a mystery to science. A wildlife photographer & filmmaker Vijay Bedi is on a 3 year long quest to capture species that have their own unique behavioral facts hithe unknown to science, documenting for the first time ever.
Ajay Bedi, Vijay Bedi
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Director Bio
"The Bedi Brothers; Ajay and Vijay Bedi are award-winning filmmakers, photographers, and wildlife conservationists, who have been filming, researching and exploring in India for many years. Their mission is the conservation and understanding of key wildlife species that determine the course of all conservation in India. They have made some remarkable films, which have also contributed to the scientific study of understanding animal behaviors and its ecology. They have used their passion for making wildlife films as a powerful tool for inspiring people, spreading awareness and working with policy maker, researchers and local community for a common goal for conservation. "

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