From award-winning filmmakers and National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence Dereck and Beverly Joubert comes Game of Lions. According to Dereck Joubert, there are 20,000 lions left on Earth. Only 3,500 of those are males. We follow the journey of the lives of young males in the African bush and their potential to be king. From the birth of a male to his exile from his pride, our cameras follow along as males roam the jungles in an effort to spread their bloodlines through the kingdom.
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These four titles represent the best of National
Geographic's wildlife programs. Discover the uncanny hunting prowess and uncertain future of the elusive jaguar. Witness the ancient blood feud waged between Africa’s lions and hyenas. Brave the trackless Great ...
After filming one of the most unusual attacks
ever seen in the African savannahfour cheetahs being brutally attacked by two male lionsfilmmaker Reinhard "Leo" Kuenkel joins forces with world-renowned lion expert Craig Packer to decipher what happened during this incredible ...
Naturalist Casey Anderson and cat expert, Tyler Johnerson,
set out to track one of North America’s most elusive ghosts: the mountain lion. Armed with specialized camera technology, Casey and Tyler hope to document "never before seen" footage of mountain lions ...