“Snow Monkeys” producer and cinematographer Joe Pontecorvo sought to capture the life of Japanese Macaques deep within the snow-covered mountains of Northern Japan, in a valley named Jigokudani, meaning “Hell Valley.” Pontecorvo and his wife Nimmida Pontevorco followed a snow monkey troop, 160 members in all, for nearly two years to truly get to know these fascinating creatures. Go behind the scenes with Nature on PBS to discover how these incredible moments were captured and presented.
available88082365227627cove8808Behind The Scenes: Making of Snow MonkeysGo behind the scenes with Nature to discover how these incredible moments were captured.2014-04-23 20:00:00publishdisabledshowfalse12190Mystery Monkeys of Shangri-La Follow a family of Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys living in the highest forests in the world.2015-04-29 00:00:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/files/2015/04/JP-4-e1429822466616-480x270.jpg2365478612cove12180Mischievious Monkeys Make Trouble Two snub-nosed monkey brothers play in the tree tops, annoying the rest of the troop. 2015-04-29 00:00:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/files/2015/04/NAAT3211_Mystery_Monkeys_of_ShangriLa.mov.01_19_46_01.Still001-480x270.jpg2365476615cove
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