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Baby Animals in the Omnimax 

When: Mon., April 25 2011

Get your motor runnin' and head out to the Great Lakes Science Center's Omnimax Theater for Born to be Wild, a new cockle-warming flick about orphaned orangutans and elephants and the people who care for them. Narrated by Morgan Freeman, the film details the efforts of world-renowned primatologist Birute Mary Galdikas and celebrated elephant authority Daphne Sheldrick, who rescue, rehabilitate, and return the babies to the wild. (Fun fact: The music is composed by Devo's own Mark Mothersbaugh.) The movie will be playing throughout the summer, but you can catch it today at 11 a. m., 1 p. m., or 3 p. m. Flick tix are $9.95 for adults and $7.95 for kids 2 to 18; snag 'em online at greatscience.com, by phone at 216-694-2000, or at the museum box office at 601 Erieside Ave. — Terry Jozwiak

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