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Film: Meerkats 3D

Meerkats 3D takes audiences into the world of a family of meerkats as they cope with challenges of life in Africa’s Kalahari Desert.

The strength of the tiny meerkat lies in the unique solidarity of the clan, which comes in handy for both hunting and protection. There are actually 30 distinct calls in meerkat “vocabulary,” and their survival hinges on a single rule: Stick together, and keep calling.

Cute, cuddly and full of mischief, meerkats are also tough, tenacious and not to be messed with if their pups are threatened. Their adorable looks belie a strength of purpose and innate intelligence that will amaze audiences of all ages.

Meerkats 3D is showing at Hastings Museum Oct. 14, 2012 through June 4, 2013.

Click here for a full schedule of our showtimes. For more on this film, including educational materials, be sure to check out National Geographic’s website.

Rated: General Audiences. Documentary.
Running time: 42 minutes.

  1. Neil Heckman says:

    I am teaching a class in January on science and film at Hastings College. Would it be possible to bring about 20-25 people to a morning showing of one of the films? Would it also be possilble to get a planetarium show as well. The class is from 9-12 during the month of January and I am very flexible on the dates. Please let me know and let me know the cost.

    Neil Heckman

  2. Visitor Services says:

    It is very possible to schedule all that you have inquired about. I will email you all your info. Thank you so much for your interest in our programming!


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