"A one-year-old elephant survived an attack by 14 lions at Zambia's Norman Carr Safaris Chinzombo Camp. The elephant had strayed from its mother, but after a struggle, he managed to safely flee the lions.
Lions rarely hunt baboons. These large monkeys are armed with dangerous teeth, they are hard to catch and usually not worth the risk or effort. But there is one place in Africa‚Äôs Great Rift Valley where baboons are plentiful and lions have learned to catch them.
The leopard of India has many faces. It is feared, admired and leaves no one untouched. A lack of knowledge about the life of this elusive cat adds to the threat of its extinction, as many more people are killed by leopards than by tigers.
In the beautiful town of Pringle Bay, South Africa, the baboons are taking over. Opportunistic and curious, they‚Äôve discovered that hunting and gathering is a lot easier in someone else‚Äôs well-stocked kitchen.
From the majestic tigers of the amazons to the cuddly sharks of the pacific ocean, discover all there is to know about wild animals with this series of cult documentaries.
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Valdez Peninsula, a wedge of Patagonia that juts out into Argentina's Atlantic seaboard is probably the richest area for wildlife in South America outside the tropics, particularly the marine life of sea lions, fur seals and elephant seals.The region comprises the southern section of the Andes mountains as well as the deserts, glaciers, grasslands east of this southern portion of the Andes.
What goes on in the animal kingdom now caught on camera.
A combination of the very best amateur and professional footage, analysed by experts, that reveals more than ever before how unpredictable nature can be