Disneynature’s Born in China Blu-ray & Activity Sheets #BornInChina

Disneynature’s true-life adventure film “Born in China” is now available on Digital, Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray+DVD+Digital) and On-Demand. The breathtaking footage and high-definition quality picture is captivating for audiences of all ages and is a must-add to any families bluray/dvd collection.



I know your families will fall in love with China's wilderness and the three animal families highlighted in the “Born in China”. So I'm sharing these Born in China activity sheets for you to enjoy while watching the film.




Disney's Born In China, narrated by John Krasinski, is the seventh theatrical release from Disneynature, which brings the world’s top nature filmmakers together to share wildlife stories that engage, inspire and educate.

Disney's Born In China transports audiences to some of the world’s most extreme environments of China, where few people have ever ventured, to witness wildly intimate and adorable moments in the lives of three animal families - a doting panda bear mother, a 2-year-old golden snub-nosed monkey, and a mother snow leopard.




And in continued efforts to help protect the wild animals featured in the film, Disneynature through the Conservation Fund has made a contribution to World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to focus efforts that benefit wild pandas and snow leopards.

The in-home release comes packaged with all-new bonus features that take viewers deeper into the film.

The film is directed by accomplished Chinese filmmaker Lu Chuan and produced by Disney’s Roy Conli and renowned nature filmmakers Brian Leith and Phil Chapman. The film features an orchestral score composed by Emmy®-winner Barnaby Taylor that incorporates authentic Chinese flavors.


BONUS FEATURES (Blu-ray & Digital)*Bonus features may vary by retailer:

  • Panda Suits & Bamboo Shoots – Join the team as they struggle through an almost impenetrable bamboo forest in an effort to capture footage of pandas in the wild.
  • Walking with Monkeys – The shivering crew bundles up to film the adorable golden snub-nosed monkeys engaged in a surprisingly human activity. 
  • Masters of Camouflage – Go behind the scenes as the filmmakers set out on a quest never before achieved: to find and film a snow leopard family in the wild. 
  • Wading Through Wetlands – A crew travels to far northeast China to catch the first moments of a red-crowned crane chick’s life. 
  • “Everything Everything” Music Video Performed by American Authors – check out the full music video of American Authors end-credit song “Everything Everything.” 
  • Disneynature: Get Inspired, Get Involved –Join Disneynature and the Disney Conservation as they thank our audiences and the animals who star in the films for helping to make Disneynature and its conservation efforts a success.

To learn more bout BORN IN CHINA,visit - www.nature.disney.com/born-in-china

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ENTER TO WIN THIS GIVEAWAY!

  • (1) of (2) Disneynature’s Born in China Blu-ray
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Entries must be made on or before 11:59 p.m. September 15, 2017.

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59 comments:

  1. I am most interested in watching The Panda story in this movie. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. Bernie W BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

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  2. I think they all would be good but I want to see Walking with Monkeys first.

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  3. The pandas for surer. Patricia

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  4. I love monkeys so it would be the walking with monkeys first.

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  5. I'd love to watch Walking with Monkeys first.
    Thank you!

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  6. I want to see the panda story.

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  7. The Walking with Monkeys for sure

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  8. We are looking forward to watching the pandas.

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  9. I would like to see the Panda story.

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  10. honestly the Panda story, although I watched a clip on-line of the Cranes and the baby looks so cute. So both of those then. :)

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  11. We would like to watch the Pandas story first. TY

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  12. They all sound great, but I want to see Walking with Monkeys first! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  13. That is a hard one--I love pandas and monkeys but I had to choose one, it would be the monkeys!

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  14. I am looking forward to the Pandas. They are so cute!

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  15. I want to see Panda Suits & Bamboo Shoots first

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  16. My daughter is obsessed with Pandas, which is why I entered to win :)

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  17. I would love to see the Monkeys first.

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  18. I can't wait to see some snow leopards

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  19. Interested in watching the Panda story.

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  20. I am looking forward to seeing the Panda family story.

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  21. I want to watch the Panda story. I love those cute little animals!

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  22. I want to see the panda and monkeys!!!

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  23. We love visiting the local wetland, so I think we'd especially enjoy Wading Through Wetlands!

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  24. Definitely the pandas. They are so beautiful!

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  25. As much as I like pandas, I'm also really looking forward to seeing the snow leopards!

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  26. The panda story sounds awesome. Does someone dress up in a panda suit?

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  27. The pandas! I am so interested in pandas.

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  28. Monkeys are always our favorite!
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  29. I can't wait to watch the stories on the pandas!

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  30. Pandas for sure! greaseballs80 at yahoo dot com

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  31. I love the Pandas! They are so cute! (jozywails@gmail.com)

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  32. i love pandas and i would love to check that one out

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  33. "Leave a comment telling me, which Born in China animal family story you look forward to watching?" Pandas, I should think!

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  34. I would like to watch the one about the Pandas first since that is the one most advertised :)

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  35. It would be a split decision at my house. My husband and son would want to see the monkeys, but it is all about the pandas for my daughter and me! The email I check most often is fossil316@aol.com

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  36. Definitely the pandas please! Thanks for the chance to win

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  37. The Pandas hands down. We have a life size panda mask my grandson wears all the time

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  38. The pandas, of course! Got to see them at the Washington Zoo in 1973...

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  39. Walking with Monkeys is what I'd enjoy.

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  40. I'm most looking forward to watching the story of the Leopards. They are such beautiful animals and don't get near enough screen time in many shows. What a great film.

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  41. we love monkeys so where looking forward to seeing the a 2-year-old golden snub-nosed monkey adventure

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  42. I want to see the snow leopard story.

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  43. I would like to see Walking with Monkeys, thanks!

    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  44. My grandchildren would absolutely love the cool panda bear, as an intriguing story to see.

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  45. I have grandchildren that would definitely like to watch the amazing, golden snub-nosed monkey film.

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  46. My nieces and nephews would really like to view the marvelous snow leopard closeup.

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  47. The wonderful panda bear would be just right for all of my grandchildren to watch.

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  48. I have nieces and nephews that would really enjoy seeing a fabulous, golden snub-nosed monkey.

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  49. My many children would always love to see the awesome snow leopard where it lives.

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