The polar bear rules the north. To the hardy native people who settled the harsh lands of the Arctic, the powerful hunter with the ghostly white coat is known as the "lonely roamer." But most of us know the huge mammal as the polar bear.
Orangutans are our close relatives. It's easy to fall under the charming spell cast by the auburn hair and quizzical expression of a playful youngster -- especially when the child in question is a baby orangutan.
Deep in the thorn forests of Madagascar live troops of ring-tailed lemurs, the most beautiful and most social of Madagascar's extraordinary primates. Our story follows five baby lemurs as they try to make their way in the world. In an intimate portrait never before filmed, we learn of their high times, their sufferings, and the special bonds that hold their unique society together.