It’s the best way to watch dancing lizards, frolicking mountain gorillas, hungry crocodiles and water-seeking families of elephants without buying a plane ticket and donning your safari hat. Fernbank Museum of Natural History debuts BBC Earth’s Wild Africa at its five-story IMAX® Theatre tomorrow.
Narrated by Helena Bonham Carter, the film was shot in 30 locations in 13 countries over 573 days. Locations include Mount Kenya National Park, the Okavango Delta in Botswana and Lake Bogoria National Reserve in Kenya.
The film runs through May 19. Tickets are $13; $12 for seniors, $11 for children and $8 for Museum members.