Trials of The Wild

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Trials of The Wild

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  1. Sunday 8 December at 06:00 CAT

    Falkland Island Invasion

  2. Sunday 8 December at 06:25 CAT

    Monarchs Amazing Journey

  3. Monday 9 December at 06:00 CAT

    The Gauntlet

Synopsis

Some of the greatest natural spectacles in the world are animals on the move. On land, in the air and at sea, many animals must migrate to survive.

Episodes

Season 1
  • Falkland Island Invasion

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    With the arrival of spring, animals from all over the South Atlantic are suddenly converging on the Falklands. The striated cara-cara is one of the few year-round inhabitants of the islands.

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    Sunday 8 December at 06:00 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Monarchs Amazing Journey

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    Each year, monarch butterflies undertake a multi-generational migration from Mexico all the way to Canada and back again.

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    Sunday 8 December at 06:25 CAT
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  • The Gauntlet

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    In Africa's vast Serengeti Plain, one million wildebeest are taking a rare pause for the mothers to have their young in a massive birthing event.

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    Monday 9 December at 06:00 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Night of The Christmas Crab

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    The Christmas Island red crab is a land bound crab that still has strong ties to the ocean, the only place where they can give birth to their young.

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    Monday 9 December at 06:30 CAT
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  • Fatal Attractions

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    Ain't love grand? Well, to many animals in the wild, attracting a mate and getting the chance to breed is more like a blood sport. The mating urge drives animals to make long journeys, to let down their guard in the presence of predators, and even to fight each other to the death

    Next Showing
    Tuesday 10 December at 06:15 CAT
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  • Army of The Ants

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    A deadly predator is stalking the forests of Costa Rica. No, it's not a jaguar, it's a super organism made up of half a million tiny individuals -- an army ant colony.

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    Tuesday 10 December at 06:40 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Elephants On The Edge

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    On the edge of the Sahara Desert in Mali, a society struggles to thrive. This isn't a society of humans but of rare desert elephants. More than just a herd of animals, they are a tribe of extended families and comrades with their own unique culture.

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    Wednesday 11 December at 06:00 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Kings of The Canopy

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    Who says everything happens on the ground? And who says you need wings to fly? Welcome to the canopy of the Borneo rainforest, where the best action is high in the air, swinging from branches and leaping through the treetops. Animals here do everything without ever touching the ground.

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    Wednesday 11 December at 06:30 CAT
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  • Natural Born Fighters

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    Life is risky, and no stage of life is riskier than the very beginning. Most animals are born frail, vulnerable, and with a lot of learning to do. But life doesn't go easy on the newcomers.

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    Thursday 12 December at 06:00 CAT
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  • Deadly Gamblers

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    When you've got it all, why would you give it all up? We expect animals to take the path of least resistance -- choosing the easiest and surest ways to get food, safety and comfort. But animals aren't always so predictable

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    Thursday 12 December at 06:30 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD