NATURE

Caught In The Act – When the Prey Fight Back

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: 2


Caught In The Act – Chimpanzee Rage

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: 1


Caught In The Act – Meerkat Rescue

The vast Kalahari Desert is home to one of the most endearing creatures on earth, the meerkat. The adorable nature of these animals has put them in high demand in the illegal pet trade, severely threatening their survival in nature.


Episode Length: 00:07:00

Year: 2018

Episode: 9


Caught In The Act – Cape Buffalo Research

Breeding in the South African game industry can be big business. But when you’re dealing with Cape Buffalo, an infamously temperamental member of the Big 5, it can be as deadly as it is lucrative.


Episode Length: 00:07:00

Year: 2018

Episode: 8


Caught In The Act – Elephant Relocation

In Central Malawi, a population of elephants in peril are being given a fresh start as a team of experts relocate the 72 animals in the most challenging translocation population to date.


Episode Length: 00:12:00

Year: 2018

Episode: 7


Caught In The Act – Zebra and Sable Darting

Tranquillising an animal is always a potentially dangerous endeavour. But darting plays a vital role in conservation and species management. Whether it is to perform a check up on a heavily pregnant zebra mare, relocate animals or identify the breeding potential of majestic sable bulls, tranquillisation by a veterinarian is still the best possible option.


Episode Length: 00:06:00

Year: 2018

Episode: 6


Caught In The Act – White Rhino Chipping and Poisoning

As the war against rhino poaching in Africa intensifies, conservationists are being forced to turn to ever more unique methods and innovative technologies in their bid to save the last of these endangered species.


Episode Length: 00:08:00

Year: 2018

Episode: 5


Caught In The Act – White Rhino Dehorning

South Africa’s rhino population is under siege. Over the past nine years, nearly 7 000 of the countries rhinos have been poached and often brutally killed for their horns. In a final and desperate bid to deter rhino poachers, conservationists are now performing dehorning operations to remove the horns and hopefully derail the illegal rhino horn trade.


Episode Length: 00:07:00

Year: 2018

Episode: 4


Caught In The Act – Hippo Translocation

Wildlife veterinarian, Brett Gardner, is called in to translocate two adolescent hippo bulls trapped in a shrinking dam with an overly aggressive dominant male.


Episode Length: 00:06:00

Year: 2018

Episode: 3


Caught In The Act – Giraffe Capture

Game capture is a part of everyday life for game reserves and a vital part of conservation. Yet the process is potentially life-threatening, particularly for the world’s tallest land mammal, a 20 ft giraffe.


Episode Length: 00:06:00

Year: 2018

Episode: 2


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