A new documentary about nature, science and spirituality is available for download and online streaming.
Insects, birds and mammals carry out most of their behavior in a predetermined, instinctive way. But where do their mysterious, complicated behavioral patterns come from?
Nature’s I.Q.: Extraordinary Animal Behavior, a book by two young Hungarian scholars, Istvan Tasi and Balazs Hornyanszky, published by Torchlight, was an Award-Winning Finalist in the Science: General category of the National Best Books 2009 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News.
Presenting dozens of behavioral examples and adapting the book’s basic idea to the screen with compelling visuals and footage of animals in the wild, Nature’s I.Q. the documentary entices the audience to question what they thought, and were taught, to be unshakeable truth.
Meet the deceptive hunters, the cunning bluffers, the unlikely partners, the champions of timing, and the remarkable wanderers of the sky, and be prepared to witness that nature can be more unfathomable than contemporary science allows for.
For more information, and to watch the trailer, download or rent the film please visit: www.naturesiqfilm.com