" This method of animal communication is available to all of us. It works on the same level with every single living being on this planet,from a baboon to a domestic cat to a mouse to a bird even to insects. We can communicate with insects in this way - its all about energy, the physical difference does not matter at all its about energy and telepathic communication and trusting your intuition ".
6. Wide shot lecture house
7. Wide shot class in progress at Animal Talk
8. Tight shot Wynter Worsthorne teaching class
9. UPSOUND: (English) Wynter Worsthorne
"This is Angelina...."
10. Wide shot photos of baboons being passed around in class
11. Tight shot cutaway lady watching photos
12. Tight shot cutaway lady listening
13. Wide shot photo being passed around of baboon
14. Wide shot Wynter taking class on baboon walk
15. Wide shot class on baboon walk
16. Wide shot class on baboon walk
17. Tight shot baboons
18. Wide shot baboons
19. Mid shot class with baboons
20. Wide shot class with baboons
21. Tight shot baboon
22. Mid shot class with baboons
23. SOUNDBITE : (English) Gabrielle Leighton
" I really have a passion for baboons, I think the communication will really help us understand them "
Wide shot baboon eating
24. SOUNDBITE : (English) Joanna van Biljon
" Well although I see them everyday or every week from my home or when I am walking about. There is a lot I don't know, that's why I wanted to speak to Jenny and Wynter ( animal talk teachers) to find out more about what their behaviour patterns are, how to age them, to identify them and get a better understanding of what they do in life and how they are feeling"
25. SOUNDBITE : (English) Charmaine Hoy
" I thought it was an amazing opportunity to be reminded how lucky we are to have these baboons so close to us ,but also to combine it with animal communication, it gets so busy in my world. It is a reminder to take some time to trust one's intuition and to be able to be with nature".
26. Wide shot Class with baboons
27. Wide shot Wynter with class looking at baboons
Pretoria - May 24, 2006
28. Wide shot National Zoo in Pretoria
29. Wide shot Robynn Ingle-Moller talking to black rhino
30. Tight shot Robynn Ingle-Moller up close with black rhino
31. SOUNDBITE : (English) Robynn Ingle-Moller, Research Co-ordinator National Zoo
" We can communicate with animals to such an extent that we build a trust,a bond between animals and humans and the things that we can get animals to do voluntarily is so beautiful To such an extent that you can move animals from point A to point B without using force or aggresion or fear ,animals willingly move just by simply communicating with them ".
32. Wide shot Robynn Ingle-Moller with giraffe at Zoo.
LEAD IN :
Humans have longed to be able to communicate with animals.
Apart from domesticated cats and dogs who let their owners know their mood through a wag of tail, or a purr, the subtleties of animal communication has eluded us.
But on the outskirts of Cape Town in South Africa animal lovers are attending workshops designed to teach them the language of baboons.