The dry season is now upon the animals of the Serengeti, the toughest of times for some but a food bonanza for others. The increasing drought turns the waterhole into a death trap for the herds, but ...
It's the time of plenty in the Serengeti, with food in abundance, but a series of unexpected events turns families against each other and stretches relationships to breaking point. Emotions run high ...
The incredible anticipation of the annual Great Migration is being felt by all of the Serengeti's families as they wait with great desperation for it to arrive. The land continues to get hotter and ...
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 »
I'm really enjoying this and although some reviewers are not enjoying the storyline type part I actually think it adds a slightly different twist to other animal documentaries. I am a huge David Attenborough fan and you will never beat his programmes but it's more facts and figures which is what makes Serengeti slightly different. The only thing I'm not too keen on is the music they use.
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