Join an expedition across the 30,000 square kilometres of African savannah that makes up The Serengeti. Observe cheetahs on the hunt, stampeding wildebeest and crocodile attacks with ... See full summary »
2,000 miles of remote African savanna, this ancient land's governed by competing clans of ruthlessly proficient predators. Their survival depends on herds of powerful prey. Each day's a ... See full summary »
Earth's great rivers, from source to sea, make extraordinary journeys carving through continents, nurturing ancient civilizations, feeding and connecting life across our world from the ... See full summary »
Follow the true stories of five of the world's most celebrated, yet endangered animals; penguins, chimpanzees, lions, painted wolves and tigers. Each in a heroic struggle against rivals and... See full summary »
Liz Bonnin meets the animal rogues doing whatever it takes to find food. From kleptomaniac crabs on a stealing spree, tigers deceiving their prey and chimpanzees waging war on their ... See full summary »
For the first ever broadcast on German television in April 2019, the 6-part nature documentary was cut down to three episodes with a runtime of about 44 minutes (2 episodes) and about 58 minutes (1 episode). See more »
Don't believe the negativity, very enjoyable show!
I am really enjoying this series. I think it does a great job of explaining the social structure various animals have and issues within that structure they have to contend with.
The camera work is fantastic, overall the series is a visual delight!
Perhaps the show does stick to what some may refer to as a false narrative but I don't think it claims to be anything other than what it presents itself as. I think the addition of the 2 well known actors as narrators is a wonderful idea and something that may pull kids in to learn about these wonderful animals whereas the more intense documentaries may be too much for them.
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