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Disney+ Is Releasing Two New Disneynature Films for Earth Month

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by Eben Diskin Mar 27, 2020

Earth Month might look a little different this year, considering most people around the world can’t exactly take advantage of the outdoors, but Disney+ is letting you experience the wilderness from the comfort of your living room. The streaming platform will be debuting two new documentary films on April 3, called Elephant and Dolphin Reef.

Disney+ will also release titles like In the Footsteps of Elephant and Diving with Dolphins, which will give viewers a peek into the behind-the-scenes process of the two films.

Elephant, narrated by Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, follows the journey of an African elephant and her son as their herd journeys hundreds of miles across the Kalahari Desert. Dolphin Reef, narrated by Natalie Portman, focuses on a Pacific bottlenose dolphin named Echo, and the coral reef he calls home.

Beyond simply releasing films, Disney is also working closely with conservation efforts around the world. The Disney Conservation Fund is supporting Elephants Without Borders in Botswana to ensure that elephants are protected in their native environment. Grants from the Disney Conservation Fund have previously helped numerous non-profit organizations to save wildlife and the environment.

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