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.
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.
This excellent wildlife documentary series always offers spectacular photography of the Botswana wilderness.
In the east of the African nation lies a range of hills that is home to some of the region's most striking animals - leopards, black eagles, Cape vultures, and baboons are just some of the creatures that find their home in this wild environment.
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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.
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The award-winning producers of Meerkat Manor and Animals In Love present an enthralling new show that uses bold experiments, and new camera technology to go beneath the surface of extraordinary animal behaviour from across the globe, to reveal what's really going on and why.
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Beginning with dramatic scenes of the awesome Himalayas, this documentary traces the bird and animal life that survives in the harsh conditions of the Quinhai-Tibet Plateau. We see the deep respect of the Tibetian people for nature that has endured for thousands of years and which remains the key to the future of life on the 'roof of the world'.