Africa's Hunters




These six films follow the lives of some of Zambia's most formidable predators - lions, leopards, hyenas and wild dogs.



  • The Trials of Olimba


    In the heart of Zambia's Luangwa Valley lies one of the best leopard territories going. It's a patchwork of habitats - shady woodland full of comfortable trees for resting in, and short grass plains packed with antelope.

  • Brothers in Arms


    The Nsefu Pride of lions lives on the banks of the Luangwa River in Zambia. Experienced lionesses bring up a family of youngsters. Seven new cubs are born into the wet season - not the easiest time.

  • Kings of Nsefu


    Two big male lions, twin brothers with a powerful bond, have ruled the Nsefu Pride for three years - they're fathers to all the young, and protectors of their territory.

  • The Lost Prince


    The story of a young male hyena, called Mizumu, embarking on the most challenging journey of his life; to find a new clan.

  • The Hot Springs Pack


    A family of wild dogs - the Hot Springs Pack - lives in a pristine corner of Zambia's Luangwa Valley. The alpha female has pups in the den, the latest of several litters she and her lifelong partner have had together

  • Heir to the Clan


    There's a new face in a family of spotted hyenas. Spotty is a princess, the daughter of an alpha female, and destined to be leader of the Chimbwe Clan that live in the heart of Zambia's Luangwa Valley.