The Last Lioness (HD)

A haunting call echoes across the Liuwa Plain. There is no answer, there hasn’t been for years. She has no pride, no support – she alone must safeguard her own survival. Her name is Lady Liuwa, and she is the Last Lioness.Isolated by a scourge of illegal trophy hunting that wiped out the rest of her species in the region, Lady Liuwa is the only known resident lion surviving on Zambia’s Liuwa Plain. For four years, cameraman Herbert Brauer watched [...]

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Serengeti 24

Nature Documentary hosted by Michael Praed and published by BBC broadcasted as part of BBC Natural World series in 2005 – English narration A leopard family and a cheetah family are filmed in this special day, where the horde of wildebeest arrive and settle. But the wildebeest are followed by less welcomed animals. Will all the members of the families survive?

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Cheetah: Price of Speed

The cheetah excels at acceleration, gathering speeds of over 60 MPH in just a few strides. It runs down high-speed prey faster than any mammal on Earth, but its quickness comes at a cost. For one mother raising three cubs, the stakes are especially high. Her lack of stamina results in many failed attempts to capture prey, and as a single parent, hunting means leaving her cubs unattended and vulnerable to other predators of the Serengeti. The race for survival [...]

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Cheetah Kingdom (Full Series Playlist)

Cheetah Kingdom focuses on the rescue, rehabilitation and release of this African big cat and follows the largest cheetah release programme attempted in Namibia, a country that is home to roughly a quarter of the world’s cheetah population, where they’re routinely trapped by farmers protecting their land. The series follows Dave Houghton, an ex-pat Brit and former cameraman turned conservationist, and looks at the incredible work of dedicated staff at the AfriCat Foundation, in the spectacular Okonjima Game Reserve. Viewers [...]

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The Cheetahs Shall Survive

Experts study the cheetahs of the Serengeti plains of Tanzania in order to provide them protection.

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The Leopard’s Son

A complete documentary about the life of a leopard, from cub to adult, and its mother. There are also scenes concerning other wild animals. This documentary is well done and complete.

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