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African Lion & Environmental Research Trust

$0.99
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Lifestyle
  • Entertainment
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The World's 1st interactive App dedicated to raising awareness of the plight of the African Lion. Your purchase of this App directly benefits the ALERT Charity and the African Lion with all proceeds going direct to the charity - UK Charity Commission Number 1120572.

Summary:

The African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT), along with its Patron Sir Ranulph Fiennes, is dedicated to the facilitation and promotion of sound conservation and management plans for the African Lion.

For millennia the Lion has been an instantly recognisable symbol of courage, authority and of wisdom for thousand of cultures throughout the world.

Now, this iconic creature is in danger of losing its place as the King of Beasts.

This App uses cutting edge technology to bring you a fully interactive media experience, including almost 1 hour of rich video, interviews, lion facts, extensive extras and multiple subtitle streams.

NOTE: Because of the amount of rich media, this App is over 1GB in size - but worth every megabyte.

Features:
This App can be compared to a DVD full of rich video and audio material, extras and interactive facts and information.

Get a flavour at: http://vimeo.com/7522457

Full DVD Style Motion Menus

Pride - 3 min music video

ALERT - 7 min video outlinig the plight of Lions and the programme that's addressing that plight.

Interviews - 20 min with the founder and lead Lion conservationist

Meet the Lions - 3 min fun music video introducing you to the real cast of the videos

A Day in the Life of an Eco-Tourist - 9 min video insight into being a Volunteer at their African base, including walking with lions and feeding the cubs.

The African Lion
Everything there is to know about Lions, including:
- Anatomy of a Lion
- Lion facts
- Lion behaviour
- Status and distribution

Subtitles:

English
Deutsch
Espanol
Francais
Japanese

The evidence is too great to deny that action must be taken now to ensure the future of the African Lion.