NATURE

Shark Kill Zone

Sharks may be at the top of the ocean food chain, but catching a meal isn’t always easy. Discover the surprisingly diverse ways sharks hunt and the solutions they’ve found to catching prey. Some wait in ambush, others slowly stalk their prey and still, others chase at high speed. Whatever the technique, all sharks are exquisitely designed for their specialized roles as ocean predators.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2014

Episode: 1


 

Carolina Chaos

The Bahamas is a nation of 700 islands with some of the most biodiverse marine life in the world. Despite being home to nearly 40 species of shark, attacks on humans have historically been fairly rare. But by 2010, the number of vicious encounters had doubled. Between 2010 and 2015, 18 people were left maimed or dead. What has caused this terrifying spike and turned this paradise into a hell?


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2016

Episode: 3


Nightmare Island

The Bahamas is a nation of 700 islands with some of the most biodiverse marine life in the world. Despite being home to 40 species of sharks, attacks on humans are unusual. But in 2002, the number of vicious encounters tripled, leaving many people maimed or dead. What has caused this terrifying spike and turned this paradise into a hell?


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2016

Episode: 2


Cape Jaws

Despite its fame as the filming location for the infamous movie “Jaws,” Cape Cod has long been a peaceful tourist destination with no shark attacks in nearly 80 years. In 2012, all that changed. With shark experts, Dr. Greg Skomal and Dr. Dan Huber, discover the fascinating and unique circumstances that created a predator nightmare, including four attacks and 600 sightings within four years.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2016

Episode: 1


Return of the White Lion

White lions are rare and may be found in only one place naturally on earth–The Timbavati Reserve in South Africa. Their rarity and beauty make them a prime target of trophy hunters endangering the White Lion’s future existence in the wild. But there are people trying to change this — a local Shangaan tribe and Linda Tucker of the Global White Lion Protection Trust.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2008

Episode: 1


Predator Battleground

On Botswana’s Savuti Channel, two armies wage war. The Duma Tau wild dog pack and the Savuti hyena clan compete savagely for territory and prey all in an effort to rear the next generation of warriors. These rivals must also cope with a scavenging resident jackal and their common enemy: the Selinda Lion pride. Then after twenty-five years of drought, heavy rains from Angola floods the battleground, and crocodiles arrive to seize the flowing channel. Old strategies fail, and now hunters must adapt or fall in defeat.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2009

Episode: 1


The Luangwa Troop

Life is hard for inhabitants of Luangwa valley during the dry season with intense competition for food and water supplies dangerously low as well as outwitting their predators.


Episode Length: 01:30:00

Year: 2004

Episode: 1


Lions of Crocodile River

Lazy relatives. Jealous neighbours. Runaway kids. The everyday troubles of one family – except this family is a pride of lions. Shot over three years during the most extreme seasonal changes in Africa, the film follows Mfumu – the pride’s leader – as he struggles to defend his turf, and his mate Chipazuwa as she tries to produce offspring. Among the threats: a river infested with crocodiles that have taken every litter of cubs — and a rival male, bent on taking over the pride.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2007

Episode: 1


Feast of Predators

This is the story of a courageous little seal who braves the ocean and all its perils – a real adventurer at heart who leaves the colony to follow one of the greatest migrations on Earth – the Sardine Run. Each year millions upon millions of sardines leave the waters off the southern tip of Africa to move en masse up the east coast of South Africa. They follow the cool winter currents for almost 1000 kilometres. For the sardines it’s a perilous journey – their migration awakens a great following of formidable predators that attack from sea and air. Huge flocks of Cape gannets pursue the great shoals while thousands of dolphins strike relentlessly from the surface and hundreds of sharks mount the attack from the depths. Among the predators, there are a few adventurous seals that join this frenzied journey. To this day, what makes a seal embark on the sardine run remains a mystery.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2004

Episode: 1


Dolphin Army

Fast and efficient, an ocean legion is on the move. Growing in momentum, single pods congregate to find food. Combining in battalions over 3000 strong, this is the Dolphin Army. Filmed over 3 years during the spectacular Sardine Run along the eastern coast of South Africa, Peter Lamberti and his team have filmed one of the fastest predators in the ocean – the Common Dolphin. Using advanced underwater technology, they follow a small group of female dolphins as they battle shark threats, raise their calves and journey towards the greatest feeding opportunity in the ocean.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2008

Episode: 1


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