Reenactment: Jim Ritter of the National Transportation Safety Board (played by Aaron Michael Reilly) and another investigator search for metal fatigue on a key piece of wreckage from Atlantic Southeast Flight 2311. This image is from Air Crash Investigation.
Masai Mara, Kenya, Africa: A lioness leading a pride (Panthera leo). When a new male infiltrates the pride, pregnant lionesses can be forced to leave the pride in order to ensure the survival of their cubs. This image is from Deadly Instincts.
Port St Johns, Transkei, South Africa: Cape Gannet (Morus capensis) feeding on sardines. The sardine run attracts many predators, which all compete for food and survival. This image is from Deadly Instincts.
Turkey: The Grey Wolf can operate in packs of up to 36. Rigid discipline is enforced in the Wolf pack to keep subordinates in line. But the pack also share close social bonds and are normally related to each other. This image is from Wild Turkey.
Zanzibar: In Jozani, Red Colobus eat charcoal to aid the digestion of exotic leaves. This learned behaviour is passed down from mother to young through imitation. This image is from Wild Islands: Zanzibar.
South Africa- South African Fur Seals swimming (Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus). These seals follow the sardine run in order to feed, running the gauntlet of great white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias). This image is from Deadly Instincts.