Africa's Hunters

Friday 31 May 09.00pm

TPTP
National Geographic
Africa's Hunters

WHEN TO WATCH

  1. Friday 31 May at 09.00pm

    Deadly Rivals (Season 3)

  2. Wednesday 5 June at 08.00pm

    Prides And Prejudice (Season 3)

  3. Sunday 9 June at 08.00am

    Kimba's Rise (Season 3)

Synopsis

Zambia's extraordinary Luangwa Valley is the perfect hunting ground for some of Africa's most iconic predators. Prides of lions, packs of wild dogs, clans of hyenas and solitary leopards vie for the upper hand in a land where the dry season brings prey to their doorsteps.

Episodes

  • Kimba's Rise

    +

    The Mwamba lion pride dominates the west bank of the river in Zambia's Luangwa Valley. But this family is facing an uncertain future.

    Next Showing
    Sunday 9 June at 08.00am
    TPTP
    On NatGeo Wild
  • Prides And Prejudice

    +

    Milo is a young cub in the mighty Mwamba pride, which rules a territory on the west bank of the Luangwa River. But, in lion society, cubs are the glue that binds a pride.

    Next Showing
    Wednesday 5 June at 08.00pm
    TPTP
    On NatGeo Wild
    Next Showing
    Sunday 9 June at 09.00am
    TPTP
    On NatGeo Wild
  • The Misfit Comes of Age

    +

    The Misfit is a charismatic cub who's had a rough ride. A timid oddball once bullied by his big brothers and rejected by his mother, this plucky young lion is now a teenager

    Next Showing
    Sunday 9 June at 10.00am
    TPTP
    On NatGeo Wild
  • The Leopard Who Changed Her Spots

    +

    Zambia's extraordinary Luangwa Valley is the perfect hunting ground for some of Africa's most iconic predators.

  • Deadly Rivals

    +

    Thandi and Lula are two-month-old wild dog pups ? the only females in a litter of six. Lula loves to rough and tumble with her brothers, while Thandi often explors by herself.

    Next Showing
    Friday 31 May at 09.00pm
    On NatGeo Wild
    Next Showing
    Wednesday 12 June at 08.00pm
    On NatGeo Wild
  • Buffalo Showdown

    +

    The Mwamba Pride is one of the strongest lion families in Zambia's Luangwa Valley. At the helm is a trio of strong males, the most powerful lions in the land.