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National Geographic Society
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  • Premieres Thursday April 3rd at 9:35 pm, 8:35pm BKK/JKT
  • Nat Geo Wild


Human beings pride themselves on being the most intelligent species on earth. But many of our base behaviors are the same as a pack of dogs, a flock of geese… even seahorses. No matter how civilized we think we are, behaviors influence everything we do. To prove it, we send a fearless team out on a “human safari” to see how humans interact in the urban jungle. We conduct social experiments in pick-up bars, elevators, skate parks and paintball fields, and shoot compelling footage that mirrors the actions of wild animals. We run our footage by animal experts, biologists, a neurologist, and body language specialists. The results are shocking. From mating rituals to herding instincts to pecking orders, we are all still very much linked to our animal brethren. So the next time someone calls you an animal, thank them! Our primal instincts are what keep the human race alive… and keep us connected to the natural world.


  • How Human Are You?: The Dating Game
    When it comes to mating rituals, the animal kingdom has it all.
  • How Human Are You?: Mob Rules
    Humans are social animals. Like animal herds, packs and schools, we form groups, which provide us with safety and sustenance.
  • How Human Are You?: Follow The Leader
    Are you a leader or a follower? Do you know your place in the pecking order? The animal world holds all the answers.