Posted December 14, 2012 by peta2 staff
If you’ve ever struggled with sharing the message of animal rights with your younger siblings, we feel you—and things are about to change!
The new animated movie Delhi Safari teaches children that animals belong in the wild and takes kids on a journey with five super-cute animated animals as they fight to save their forest home from being destroyed by humans!
These lovable characters come together to meet with the Indian prime minister in Delhi, and because animals and humans don’t speak the same language, a parrot named Alex saves the day! Alex is fluent in English! (Fun fact: Many parrots can actually speak human language and can learn words and phrases to communicate with their guardians! Cool, right?!) And did I mention that the movie is in 3-D?
OK, so I’m a huge movie lover, and my close friends know that I don’t like spoilers, so I’ll stop there!
Tell us what your fave animal rights films are in the comments section below!
P.S. Check out our top 12 movies to watch on your holiday break!
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