GIANTS OF ETOSHA
We follow a matriarch elephant and her herd of 18, to shed light on how these giants of the savanna communicate, navigate and survive in the unforgiving environment of Africa's Etosha National Park. It has long been a mystery how these giants are able to coordinate their movements over incredible distances. Learn of new research by meteorologists that suggests a link between elephant communication and atmospheric conditions. We journey with the elephants on a quest to unlock their mysteries of movement.
In West Bengal, villagers are waging war with marauding elephants that destroy their homes without warning. Elephants are gigantic and usually docile herbivores but authorities say that wild elephant attacks are increasing. Why? We travel to India and Sri Lanka, teaming up with the courageous "Elephant Squad" and a daring team of local wildlife officials, to explore whether people and pachyderms can live peacefully side by side.
REFLECTIONS ON ELEPHANTS
We capture the drama of Africa’s largest free-roaming elephant herds on their timeless journey across the bush country of northern Botswana. You’ll discover that the lives of elephants have much in common with our own – powerful but tender family bonds, remarkable communication skills and an uncanny ability to cooperate under pressure. Two years in the making, this remarkable documentary reveals extraordinary elephant behaviour never before filmed. Join National Geographic on a journey you will never forget - to a place where nature still rules and the elephant is king.
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