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  • SECRETS OF THE WILD

  • Premieres Sunday November 16th at 8:40pm, 7:40pm BKK/JKT
  • Nat Geo Wild

DESCRIPTION

Three one-hour, spectacular high-definition films that take us further into the intimate world of animals than ever before.

Over the last few years technology has brought extraordinary advances in wildlife film-making, allowing us to access the most remote and difficult terrains and to be the uninvited guests in the lives of the most sensitive and reclusive of animals. This series takes advantage of the latest filming techniques to bring us closer to some of the world’s most rare and appealing creatures. 

These three films feature some of the most astonishing wildlife footage ever recorded, revealing what animals really do when they’re alone, in the privacy of their dens, or relaxing away from the rest of the world.  From the extraordinary to the heart-warming, these stories demonstrate wildlife filming at its very best.  Disguised, remote-controlled and miniaturised cameras are just some of the innovative techniques taking us into the heart of wild nature, from thousands of feet above the ground to just as far below the surface of the oceans – and everywhere in between.

EPISODE GUIDE

  • Secrets of the Wild: Exposed
    Across the endless plains of the Serengeti, we spy on wolves and foxes employing novel hunting techniques and hippos foraging at night.
  • Secrets of the Wild: Lost Worlds
    From snow leopard hunts to the complex world of forest insects, clever cameras bring fresh insights from the farthest reaches of the earth.
  • Secrets of the Wild: Going Deep
    The planet’s oceans are home to billions creatures. Special equipment allows us to dive under sheets of ice to discover ecosystems beneath.
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