NATURE

Most Amazing Animals – Fishing Parties

In Zambia’s Luangwa Valley, the dry season has all but drained the life force of the once mighty river. Leaving a trail of isolated oxbows in its wake. The shrinking waters are the last refuge for the plentiful fish left behind. And a buffet offering for the hundreds of Nile crocodiles and various predatory bird species uniquely adapted to exploit this opportunity.


Episode Length: 00:07:00

Year: 2017

Epsidoe: 7


Most Amazing Animals – Cape Clawless Otter

Surviving the first few months of independence represents a steep learning curve for one of Southern Africa’s most secretive creatures, the Cape Clawless Otter. Whether it’s learning how to catch and devour slimy, agile prey underwater or impressing a potential mate- these are all vital skills that must be refined over time and through practice. All whilst avoiding highly adept predator’s intent on turning careless otters into their next meal.


Episode Length: 00:07:00

Year: 2017

Episode: 6


Most Amazing Animals – Desert Chameleon

To survive in the ancient hyper-arid dune fields of the Namibian Desert, life has had to evolve some rather unique physical traits and behaviour. This is most apparent in the lives of smaller and more secretive creatures, like the Namaqua chameleon. Despite being the world’s fastest and most heat adapted chameleon, daily life in the desert cauldron is a constant struggle on the brink of death. Whether it’s ambushing food in the barren dunes or escaping the predators hidden under the sand, each day is a victory hard won.


Episode Length: 00:07:00

Year: 2017

Episode: 5


Most Amazing Animals – Carmine Bee Earthers

Each August thousands of carmine bee-eaters depart their winter feeding grounds in Kenya and fly over 12,000 treacherous miles to be one of the first to arrive at their breeding colonies in the Luangwa Valley in Zambia. Before they migrate, the birds must bulk up on insects and greedily exploit the free meals offered up as large game move through the grassland and disturb the invertebrates. Even after their epic journey the minute carmine bee-eaters are not safe from danger and must square off against hungry baboons and fish eagles.


Episode Length: 00:07:00

Year: 2017

Episode: 4


Most Amazing Animals – Ragged Tooth Shark

Winter storms and turbulent waters trigger an ancient migration instinct in one of Southern Africa’s most mysterious creatures of the deep, ragged tooth sharks. Hundreds gather en mass at the edge of the reef, eager to begin their 3 000 kilometre odyssey to breed and reproduce in the warmer waters towards the tropics. Along the way, they will hardly eat or rest. Many will return unsuccessful, some will not return at all.


Episode Length: 00:07:00

Year: 2017

Episode: 3


Banded Mongoose

In the heart of Botswana’s Okavango Delta, a family of 30 banded mongooses face off against constant dangers and challenges in their daily struggle to survive. At barely half a meter tall, potential predators lurk around every corner and the troop must rely on their collective strength and intelligence to find enough food and safely raise their litter of new pups.


Episode Length: 00:07:00

Year: 2017

Episode: 1


Caught In The Act – Rat Habs Pigeon

Don’t blink, don’t scream and whatever you do, don’t forget to press ‘record’. Whether it’s in the wild or your own backyard, when nature displays her finest, you better be ready and taking notes. Raw, uninhibited and unleashed, this is nature…Caught in the Act.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2010

Episode: 6


Caught In The Act – Leopard vs Porcupine

Don’t blink, don’t scream and whatever you do, don’t forget to press ‘record’. Whether it’s in the wild or your own backyard, when nature displays her finest, you better be ready and taking notes. Raw, uninhibited and unleashed, this is nature…Caught in the Act.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2010

Episode: 5


Caught In The Act – Charge

Whether you’re a wildlife cameraman or a tourist on safari, catching nature’s finest moments on camera means being at the right place at the right time.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2010

Episode: 4


Caught In The Act – Mothers Love

Whether you’re a wildlife cameraman or a tourist on safari, catching nature’s finest moments on camera means being at the right place at the right time.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2010

Episode: 3


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