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Scavengers of the Savannah (Wildlife Documentary)

  • Scavengers Season - Full Wildlife Documentary - Mind blowing Documentaries

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  • The Coming of the Rains || The Big Dry - HD.

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    The Big Dry: Series 1- Episode 3of3
    The Luangwa Valley in Zambia is one of Africa’s last great wildernesses. A rich mosaic of ebony forests and grassy plains, it’s home to a vast array of colourful species including carmine-bee-eaters, hyenas, lions, vultures, crocodiles and insects such as praying mantis. This series follows the challenges the valley’s wildlife must overcome during the long dry season as they await the life-giving rains.

    1/ The Drought Begins
    The Luangwa Valley in Zambia experiences one of the toughest dry seasons imaginable. Seven months with no rain and spiralling temperatures. And with this year’s El Nino conditions the drought is threatening to be even more intense than usual.

  • Scavengers of the Seas - Documentary

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    Following the scavenger sharks that live off the remains of their aquatic neighbours, from the remnants of a blue whale to fins and fur. Filmed over four years in New Caledonia.

    Author(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Director(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Year: 2003
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions, Canal+
    Running time: 52 mn
    Distributor(s): Village Distribution

    Awards:
    Japan Wildlife Film Festival
    Japan, 2003
    Best Underwater Film -

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  • Africa Wildlife - Wild Animals in Africa Documentary | Predators

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    Best known are the mammals and the best known of these are the famous Big Five: Elephant Lion Rhino Leopard and Buffalo.

    South Africa's Bushveld (bushland) and savannah regions are still home to large numbers of the mammals universally associated with Africa.
    The Kruger National Park alone has over 9000 Elephants and 20000 buffaloes - in 1920 there were an estimated 120 elephants left in the whole of South Africa.

    The white rhino has also been brought back from the
    brink of extinction and now flourishes with a Kruger population of nearly 3000 and 1600 in the Hluhluwe Umfolozi Park in KwaZulu-Natal. Attention now is on
    protecting the black rhino.

    Both these parks are home to all five of the big ones as are other major reserves in South Africa - such as Pilanesberg in North West - and numerous smaller reserves and private game lodges.

    The lion tops the food chain - and the glamour stakes.
    But it does have one formidable enemy in people who have expelled it from most of the country so that it now remains almost exclusively in conservation areas.

    The beautiful leopard survives in a larger area including much of the southern Cape and far north of the country although numbers are small in some places.

    The third of the famous big cats is particularly fascinating. The cheetah is the speed champ capable of dashes of almost 100 kilometres an hour. However vulnerable to
    the loss of cubs to other predators the cheetah's population is comparatively small and confined mostly
    to the far north (including the Kruger National Park) the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in the Northern Cape and
    reserves in KwaZulu-Natal and North West.

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  • Animal Kingdom - Hyena & Rhino Documentary Series | Real Wild

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    Wildlife expert Steve Leonard brings us the beauty and wonder of life from the Erindi Game Reserve in Namibia.

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  • Be A Predator : Oceans

    51:28

    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

    Oceans

    Sharks or Dolphins, two predators, two morphological responses to the same environmental constraints. Which one is the better adapted to survive ?
    An underwater camera passes swiftly over a coralline sandbank then stops on a black and image of a razor fish lurking in wait. Several bottlenose dolphins forage in this location. The mothers use echolocation to spot razor fish and teach their young how to master this sophisticated sense that we don’t know. Other bottlenose dolphins have developed yet another spectacular application of this sense: they hunt grey mullets in the muddy mangrove waters and strand them on the banks. Other dolphin species use this natural sonar in different ways : some descend in group in the abyss to locate anchovy shoals. They force them up to a lesser depth where they will get stuck by the natural frontier of the water surface. But how is it possible to hunt in the darkness of the abyss without this super-sense? Seals have found an answer to this question, thanks to their vibrissae. These whiskers can detect the movements of prey in total darkness. But what can really be seen with these whiskers and how do they use them? That is what a young sea lioness in Patagonia and a grey seal in Scotland learn… before they suddenly end up in the jaws of a super-predator, a killer whale. How can they resist? To rule over the oceans, this animal an array of senses, a hunting culture transmitted from one generation to the next and an adaptability to changing environmental conditions.

    Author(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Director(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Year : 2006
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions
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  • Our Planet | From Deserts to Grasslands | FULL EPISODE | Netflix

    50:55

    Experience our planet's natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

    In this episode: Cameras follow desert elephants seeking sustenance, bison roaming North American grasslands and caterpillars living the good life underground.

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  • Natgeo Documentary - The Big FIVE Dangerous Animals In Africa ~~ Nat Geo Wild HD.

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  • Sharks : Scavengers of the Seas - Documentary

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    Before being an earthly paradise with enchanting colours, the lagoon of New-Caledonia is above all a paradise for sharks. Usually considered as fierce predators, sharks really are opportunistic scavengers.

    Scavengers that are not too picky when it comes to their menu: feathers, fins or fur, anything will do.


    Amongst the most striking scenes which punctuate this documentary filmed for four years in New Caledonia, is the never-seen-before sequence of the planet’s greatest animal, a weakened blue whale, attacked and cleaned up by hordes of sharks from the surface down to the abyss. High quality images and a dramatic backdrop soundtrack plunge us into the shark's world.

    Author(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Director(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Year: 2003
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions, Canal+
    Running time: 52 mn
    Distributor(s): Village Distribution

    Awards:
    Japan Wildlife Film Festival
    Japan, 2003
    Best Underwater Film


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  • Natgeo Documentary - Worlds Deadliest Animals India - Nat Geo Wild HD

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  • Killer Lion Stakeout | Austin Stevens Adventures | E11 | Free Documentary Nature

    50:01

    Taking on one of his most difficult and dangerous missions yet, Austin heads to Tanzania’s Serengeti Plains in search of lions, and is determined to capture photos of the mighty predator in action.

    Timing his assignment to coincide with the great migration, Austin searches the savannah around Lake Ndutu for water holes fringed with woodlands — the perfect habitat for big cats. But when his vehicle breaks down, he heads out on foot to find a replacement. He eventually comes across a pride of three females and six playful cubs. Sooner or later, Austin knows they’ll have to hunt, but in order to capture it on film he has to be in the right place – at just the right time. Day after day, he finds the pride already feasting on a fresh kill. Until one morning, he spots two lionesses stalking a small herd of wildebeest. And suddenly, the hunt is on... Will he get his photos?

    Also in this episode… Austin encounters vultures and hyenas, giraffes, and herds of zebras and elephants.

    Did you know…?
    • Tanzania is home to 3,000 lions – more than any other place in the world.
    • Working in teams, the execution of a lion’s hunt is deliberate, precise and very fast.
    • Ambush predators who like to sneak up on their prey, lions prefer the cover of wooded areas to open savannahs.
    • With eyes six times more sensitive than humans, lions can see perfectly in the dark.
    • Fewer than one in three lion hunts are successful and, if they don’t make a kill, the pride is just two weeks away from starvation.
    Lion cubs are prevented from eating until the adults have had their fill.
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  • Ocean Documentary HD

    51:28

    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

    Oceans

    Sharks or Dolphins, two predators, two morphological responses to the same environmental constraints. Which one is the better adapted to survive ?
    An underwater camera passes swiftly over a coralline sandbank then stops on a black and image of a razor fish lurking in wait. Several bottlenose dolphins forage in this location. The mothers use echolocation to spot razor fish and teach their young how to master this sophisticated sense that we don’t know. Other bottlenose dolphins have developed yet another spectacular application of this sense: they hunt grey mullets in the muddy mangrove waters and strand them on the banks. Other dolphin species use this natural sonar in different ways : some descend in group in the abyss to locate anchovy shoals. They force them up to a lesser depth where they will get stuck by the natural frontier of the water surface. But how is it possible to hunt in the darkness of the abyss without this super-sense? Seals have found an answer to this question, thanks to their vibrissae. These whiskers can detect the movements of prey in total darkness. But what can really be seen with these whiskers and how do they use them? That is what a young sea lioness in Patagonia and a grey seal in Scotland learn… before they suddenly end up in the jaws of a super-predator, a killer whale. How can they resist? To rule over the oceans, this animal an array of senses, a hunting culture transmitted from one generation to the next and an adaptability to changing environmental conditions.

    Author(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Director(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Year : 2006
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions
    Distributor(s) : Saint Thomas Productions

    See the episode 2here : Be a predaror Poles

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  • Wildlife Icons Story Animal planet Full Documentary Udru/Hindi 2018

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    Wildlife Icons Story Animal planet Full Documentary Udru/Hindi 2018

  • Wild African Diary The Wild Dogs of Luangwa Valley | Nat Geo Documentary HD 1080P

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    [Wild African Diary] The Wild Dogs of Luangwa Valley | National Geographic Documentary HD 1080P (English Subtitles)
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    The Hot Springs Pack

    The wild dogs of Luangwa Valley are organized, tenacious, and strictly hierarchical under the leadership of an alpha pair. While cheetahs sprint and lions ambush, wild dogs rely on their stamina to wear prey out, sometimes running up to 20 miles at a time. But to maintain dominance, they'll need to train their youngest members to hunt effectively as part of the pack-and time is running out.

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  • ▶︎Wild Southern Africa: The Quest for Water | Nature Documentary HD 1080P

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    Wild Southern Africa: The Quest for Water | Nature Documentary HD 1080P (English Subtitles)
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    The Quest for Water
    Follow a route that starts at Victoria Falls, crosses the delta of Okavango, and goes down through the desert of Namib. The goal of this amazing journey is to show the multiple uses of the water that make survival possible for the thousands of animals that call these regions home.

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  • Wildebeest Migration: Deadly Lions And Crocodiles Waiting | National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD

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    The annual Serengeti wildebeest migration is a journey so fraught with peril, it's a wonder they set off at all. For wildlife expert Jean du Plessis, it's a unique chance to see how a new generation of calves, born just months ago, will fare among the predatorial lions and crocodiles that await them. ❤️
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  • Staking Out Killer Lions | Austin Stevens Adventures | Real Wild

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    As a wildlife photographer and documentarian, Austin Stevens travels on assignment, documenting his activities finding and photographing incredible wildlife. This episode he's searching for Lions in Africa, trying to capture the perfect photograph of them on the hunt! Let's hope Austin doesn't get too close...

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  • Animal planet documentary in Hindi LION COUNTRY NIGHT AND DAY full Story HD in Hindi/Urdu

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  • Be A Predator : Poles - Animals Documentary

    49:42

    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

    Poles

    Mirages are shaping over the immaculate ice shelf. Close up shot of a bear inhaling the frozen air. From the bear’s point of view, we understand that… he is smelling a seal. This odour is that of a young ringed seal hidden under a thin layer of snow. A few steps and paw swipes to clear the animal and uncover a young ringed seal snack. Under the ice shelf, protected from bears by several meters of frozen ice, belugas- the white whales- are hunting halibut. In their tridimensional environment, individuals can communicate the good hunting spots while kilometres apart. The chattering of these ghost hunters is continuous. At the South Pole, leopard seals hunt in silence. But they are nonetheless excellent tacticians. Their hunt is based on their excellent sight, experience and a perfect knowledge of their prey’s calendar. When do the parent penguins go off to feed at sea, when do they return, when are the young going to take their first bath and where exactly will they get into the water? The answers to these questions are all part of the leopard seal’s hunting culture. We follow his adventures under the surface of ice-covered bays. When his hunting season comes to an end at fall, the Northern spring wakes the polar bear which goes off to hunt. Our year in the lives of Pole predators comes to a close.

    Author(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Director(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Year : 2006
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions
    Running time : 2x52mn
    Format : Digital Beta Super 16 mm
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  • 5K African Wildlife Documentary Film - Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe, Africa - 1 HR

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    Fabulous and stunning African Wildlife.
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    Our fantastic 5K documentary film was shot in Mana Pools National Park in Northern of Zimbabwe on the border of Zambia in the Zambezi Valley. Mana Pools is an ideal place to enjoy nature and wildlife in close proximity. It a remote park, it is situated far from major towns and settlements. Just nature, animals, birds, serenity and tranquility.
    The park is known for its profusion of wildlife and spectacular scenery. Mana means ‘four’ in Shona (one of the local languages). This refers to the four permanent pools that remain on the floodplain after the rains. These long pools are a remnant of the Zambezi river’s past meanderings, and attract large populations of elephants, buffalo, baboons, impala and other animals during the dry season. Predators and scavengers such as lions, hyena and wild dogs are frequently sighted in the area. Mana Pools is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the few big game areas in Africa that guests are allowed to explore on foot.

    This beautiful video was shot by Robert Hofmeyr.
    Original Music by David Helpling



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    The list of the animals that are seen in the video:
    African Skimmer
    Cape Hippopotamus
    Pied Kingfisher
    Impala
    Chacma Baboon
    Spotted Hyena
    Cape Buffalo
    Red-billed Oxpecker
    African Elephant
    African Wild Dog
    African Fish Eagle
    Marabou Stork
    Yellow-billed Stork
    Great White Pelican
    Little Egret
    Ground Hornbill
    White-fronted Bee-eater
    Burchell’s Zebra
    Great Egret
    African Spoonbill
    Greater Kudu
    Waterbuck
    Lion
    Spur-winged Goose
    Grey Heron
    African Jacana
    White-faced Whistling Duck
    Black-winged Stilt

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  • Makadikgadi: Wild Animals Of Botswana | Predators And Preys Documentary | Real Wild

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    Endless, flat, grassy plains with immense salt pans, parched and inhospitable for months - this is the world of Botswana's Makgadikgadi. Southern Africa's massive herds of zebra and wildebeests move eastwards from the Okavango Delta to the Makgadikgadi grasslands along an ancient route dictated by the unpredictable ebb and flow of water. During the harsh arid months, the conflict between man and wild animals rages on. This is the story of the unforgiving and abundant realities of Makgadikgadi.

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  • ▶︎AMAZING Brazil Wildlife & Nature: Bird Paradise Pantanal National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD

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    AMAZING Brazil Wildlife & Nature: Bird Paradise Pantanal [National Geographic Documentary]
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    In the heart of Brazil lie the immense wetlands of the Pantanal--an area 10 times the size of the Florida Everglades. In the dry season, over 650 species of birds descend onto the shallow marshes to feast, breed, and raise their young, including the regal jabiru, the colorful hyacinth macaw, and the noisy chachalaca. ❤️
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    In a land of dangers, plant-eating animals are always at risk, and never more so than at the time of their birth; out on the open they are vulnerable and there are few places to hide. But luckily some are born to run…
    Out on the African plains life can get off to a shaky start. Millions of baby wildebeests, zebras and antelopes are born at the same time. All of them must struggle to their feet in minutes. They must master their legs and be ready to run with the herd. If they don't they will be picked off by predators like lions, cheetahs, or crocodiles.
    Whatever their role in life, little ones will face one challenge after another, whether it's trying to keep up with the herd during migration, getting stuck in the mud during a drought, being separated from its mother, panicking in bad weather, or even coming face to face with a predator.
    The point will come in every young animal's life when the skills it learned will be put to good use. One of the most powerful wake-up calls to the harsh reality of nature comes to a young wildebeest during its migration. A dramatic river crossing, where there are more than just fast currents and steep banks to deal with - a river teaming with crocodiles. One by one his herd mates are picked off by the great reptiles, but when his time comes he proves he was born to run!

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    The scariest, most dangerous animals in Africa! These are the most lethal beasts roaming the jungles and savannahs found on the African continent.


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    Among the top six largest snakes in the world is the African rock python. Reaching lengths exceeding 20 feet, this great serpent is capable of constricting and eating prey as large as antelopes and even crocodiles. Attacks on humans are rare, but they do occur. As potential pets, they run the risk of mistreatment or malnourishment and will become a danger to humans if they escape captivity. But in the wild, they can be equally vicious as mother rock pythons will behave with extreme aggression against those who wander too close to their nests.
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    Averaging nearly 8 inches in length, the monstrous emperor scorpion is a titan among its kind. Its ominous onyx carapace grant it a natural stealth, making it much harder to avoid the sting of this arachnid in the wild. Fortunately, this species doesn’t pack a punch capable of ending human life in its venom, with emperor scorpion stings being more akin to bee stings: painful, but only lethal to those who are allergic. That doesn’t mean it can’t hurt you though. Between its somewhat mildly venomous tail strike and its huge front claws, the emperor scorpion can easily break skin and draw blood if agitated enough. You’ll be safe, though, as long as you have a black light. The ultraviolet light emitted from such a source will cause emperor scorpions to grow blue or green, revealing their immediate location should you approach them.
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    Monkeys are typically thought of as fun-loving, curious creatures with an intelligence only slightly exceeded by their athleticism and agility. But Africa’s various species of baboon are much more ferocious than their depictions in media may let on. Sporting pointed canines that surpass a lions fangs in size, these primates can shred prey with little difficulty. While they are omnivorous, baboons can subsist on other animals ranging from insects and fish to antelopes and even other monkeys. Some baboons have even shown a versatility in attacking goats and sheep amid farms in rural South Africa. Even more dangerous for any unsuspecting bystanders is the baboon propensity to hunt in groups called troops. If running into just one of these merciless monkeys seems like a nightmare, imagine encountering a dozen of these ravenous creatures on the prowl.

  • Be a Predator - Wild Life Documentary

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    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

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    Mirages are shaping over the immaculate ice shelf. Close up shot of a bear inhaling the frozen air. From the bear’s point of view, we understand that… he is smelling a seal. This odour is that of a young ringed seal hidden under a thin layer of snow. A few steps and paw swipes to clear the animal and uncover a young ringed seal snack. Under the ice shelf, protected from bears by several meters of frozen ice, belugas- the white whales- are hunting halibut. In their tridimensional environment, individuals can communicate the good hunting spots while kilometres apart. The chattering of these ghost hunters is continuous. At the South Pole, leopard seals hunt in silence. But they are nonetheless excellent tacticians. Their hunt is based on their excellent sight, experience and a perfect knowledge of their prey’s calendar. When do the parent penguins go off to feed at sea, when do they return, when are the young going to take their first bath and where exactly will they get into the water? The answers to these questions are all part of the leopard seal’s hunting culture. We follow his adventures under the surface of ice-covered bays. When his hunting season comes to an end at fall, the Northern spring wakes the polar bear which goes off to hunt. Our year in the lives of Pole predators comes to a close.

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  • KENYA – In Your Wildest Dreams – The Great Migration PART 2

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    The Maasai Mara National Reserve is a vast preserved savannah wilderness in southwestern Kenya, along the Tanzanian border. The migration is a spectacle, but the abundant wildlife Kenya offers is too! Lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras, hippo and hyenas, crocodile, wildebeest, eland, vulture, rhino, leopard…the list goes on. Enjoy our travel blog of Kenya’s incredible Masai Mara!

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    We show you beautiful Governors’ Camp Ill Moran and much of the wildlife we witnessed…. charming ALL! Governors’ Camp Ill Moran that puts you right in the heart of the action. We loved that the camp has few tents which makes the environment intimate; it has a rustic, yet luxurious feel. We set off to capture some classic moments of the animal life.

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    We witness the Great Wildebeest Migration, where millions of wildebeest gather in the Masai Mara, it is one of the natural wonders of the world. Some of it hard to watch, your heart is in your throat as you watch the treacherous crossing…some make it to our big relief and others not…you can’t help rooting these resilient creatures on. Watching the crossing of the herd in action is mesmerizing in itself and sometimes horrifying. We have never seen such big crocs anywhere in Africa.

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    You never know what will happen in a day, but it’s sure to be wonderful.
    We’ve been very lucky in witnessing two crossings with very different dynamics.
    Lots of full bellies…the scavengers’ are out, doing a good job of cleaning up the mess left behind. Oh, but the poor babies...gives us separation anxiety.

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    Hanging with the bros…we follow four young male lions on the move…slowly but surely capturing their interactions. As a lovely send off on our last night in the Mara, we observe some of the most tender of moments we have ever witnessed in elephant life.



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    This intriguing documentary studies the harsh, cold water environment off Australia's south coast, home to many unique and fascinating marine creatures found nowhere else in the ocean. These seas are where you find the strangest of sharks including the angel shark which hides concealed beneath the sand to ambush its prey, and the saw shark, a rarely filmed and elusive creature from the deep.

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  • Top 10 Animals Found Only in Africa

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    The Serengeti National Park is located in the eastern region of Africa between the Rift Valley and Lake Victoria, covering an area of 30,000 km2, is the scene of one of the most spectacular migrations on earth.

    Every year, hundreds of thousands of gnus follow the rains in search of pasture, in a cyclical migration which marks the lives of both plants and animals in the regions they cross.

    The government of Tanzania, aware of the importance of this migration, decided to give official protection to 17,000 km2 of this region. And so the Serengeti National Park was born

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    There are six different species of vulture in the Serengeti. The bearded vulture and the white-headed vulture are not only scavengers but also predators, and are capable of eating muscle and hard tissue, thanks to their powerful beaks. They then leave way for the white-back vulture and the roppel who, with their long, featherless necks, can reach right down into the entrails. Finally, the hooded vulture and the Egyptian vulture will clear up anything left on the body or on the ground.

    From a great distance, the vultures can be seen landing, and this helps scavengers on land find the dead bodies.

    Thanks to its tremendous speed, the cheetah is the most successful feline hunter in the Serengeti. However, with the advantage of speed comes the lack of strength to fight off lions and hyenas and, whenever they can, they will snatch his food from him.

    This herbivore, the Thompson's gazelle, makes up 90% of the cheetah’s diet, and he will join them on their annual migration. Wherever they go, he follows in pursuit.

    The gazelles follow the herds of gnus as they cross the savannah. The gnu represents less than 5% of the cheetah's diet, but he is nonetheless very much affected by their migrations.

    Life in the Serengeti is influenced by the migrations of the gnus, but is ultimately determined by the rains.

    In the northern region of the Serengeti, the landscape changes. The vast, open plains give way to trees, and instead of the short, resistant grasses, we find other types, growing up to two metres high.

    The animals, too, are different here.

    A leopard. This cat prefers trees to empty spaces. The trees can be used as watchtowers, and provide shelter and a safe place, out of reach of the lions and hyenas, where he can hide the animals he has hunted down. His rate of success in hunting is much lower than that of the cheetah, and he simply can't afford to have his food stolen.

    On the western edge of the park, the Grumeti river has its own particular ecosystem. This is the land of the hippopotamus. They are nocturnal animals, dozing during the day, and making the most of the cool of night to eat the 60kg of grass they need every day. As the temperature rises, they move and find rest and relief in the water.

    It may not look like it, but the hippopotamus' skin is very sensitive to the sun. When they are not submerged in the water, they have to cover themselves in mud, to protect themselves from the harmful rays.

    Of all the predators in the Serengeti, only one is feared by the hyenas. This is the largest, and most powerful of all - the lion.

    Stealing food is normal in the Serengeti. The lions steal from the hyenas, the hyenas from the cheetahs, and the leopards hide their food in the trees to prevent it from being taken.

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    These wild animals are more than all bark, they bite too.

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  • Giants Of North America That Went Extinct Recently

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    Until the end of the last ice age, many Giants called North America home. It has long puzzled scientists why these animals and other megafauna — creatures heavier than 100 lbs. (45 kilograms) — went extinct about 10,000 years ago.
    Rapid warming periods called interstadials and, to a lesser degree, ice-age people who hunted animals are responsible for the disappearance of the continent's megafauna, according to studies.
    Both research and the debate surrounding the reasons for the extinction of these animals will undeniably continue. In the meantime, researchers continue to find fossils of these massive creatures.
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    When death arrives, the clean up crew is close behind.
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  • What are the secrets of spotted hyenas? Candid Animal Cam meets the mammal with bone-breaking jaws

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    This week Candid Animal Cam takes you back to Africa to meet Disney's character whose laugh became popular through the movie “The Lion King”. Spotted hyenas are opportunistic carnivores who socialize before going off to hunt. These mammals can form clans of 10 to 80 individuals, the largest recording clan had 126 of them!

    Hyena’s loud call carries to up to five kilometers! They are known for stealing food from animals like cheetahs, leopards, and even lions if they can outnumber their enemy’s group. However, human hunting and retaliation for livestock predation are responsible for hyena’s significant declines everywhere outside the protected areas.

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    The increase in grasslands has favoured other species. Chitals and wild boar hide here and feed on the muddy plains, in the same way as the barasinghas.
    Chitals are the most numerous large mammals in Kanha. They are extremely prolific and the adult females give birth to a young animal every six months. Their demographic increase could imply a problem for the Park, but it is curbed by the carnivores. Approximately 40% of tigers’ food is made up of chitals, and they are also an important element in the diet of leopards, wild dogs and jackals.

    Chitals form into groups numbering approximately 15. In their feeding places, it is common to see them accompanied by a group of langurs***, with which they have reached an association which benefits them in a dual sense.

    Langures form troops of between 10 and 20 animals of both sexes and all ages. They feed on a wide variety of fruits, berries, shoots and leaves, but are very selective when it comes to eating. They take a piece of fruit, have one or two bites and then throw it away before taking another. Similarly with leaves, where they only eat the stem. And the remainder is exactly what the chitals enjoy.

    Langurs and chitals cohabit in perfect harmony. There is no mistrust between the females of the two species with offspring and the young play at ease in groups, without showing any fear of the animals of the other species.

    Dholes, or wild dogs, are the second most powerful predators in the Park after the tiger. They hunt in packs of four or six, replacing each other in pursuit of their prey with a co-ordination that transforms them into magnificent hunters.
    Dholes, called sonha kutta by the locals, are great runners that only hunt in the early and late hours of the day. In their chases, they are able to exhaust any animal and even tigers, at times, are wary of them.

    When the remains of a prey are abandoned by the hunters, they are immediately seized upon by different species of carrion scavengers and opportunists. In Kanha there are four species of vulture and a large population of jackals, between which fierce competition is wagered.

    The jackals are stronger and more intelligent than the vultures. In fact they are both carrion scavengers and efficient hunters, although not as well organised as their cousins, the dholes. When they find a carcass or catch a prey, they are the first to eat, despite having to fend off the pillaging assays of the astute vultures.

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    The vast open plains of the Maasai Mara play host annually to the ever unfolding drama of the Great Migration. WE take a closer look at this enormous stage on which both tragedy and triumph play out.

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