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  • WORLD'S WILDEST ENCOUNTERS

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Adventurer and wildlife cameraman Andreas Kieling films the most inaccessible species on four continents.

Andreas Kieling has become justly famous for his films about bears. In World's Wildest Encounters he takes up a new challenge: to find and film the rarest, most endangered and elusive animals on earth. Always with the thrill of getting as close as he safely can, and with the goal of filming something never seen before. In every hour Andreas visits four or five locations and species across the globe, alone or with the best local experts. It’s a real test of tracking, survival, fieldcraft and filming skills, and Andreas passes on his secrets to us as he goes.
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