Science City director Arijit Dutta Choudhury, said the documentary will generate consciousness among the countrymen about our own flora and fauna.
"We chose the film for screening with the view to create consciousness among our visitors. We have around 12 percent of world's total species of plants and animals in our country along with 102 national parks. We have to conserve and protect them, they are our heritage and pride," he said.
The film, which is made to celebrate 100 years of the US National Park Service Act that was signed on August 25, 1916, will be opened for public screening from July 22 for the next six months with 7 shows daily in English, Hindi and Bengali. The documentary will be the last film that will be screened in the Space Theatre of Science City before it undergoes renovation from February next year for which the Union Government has sanctioned around Rs 30 crore.