Wild Hunters

Monday 7 October 14:05 CAT

Promo

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Next trasmissions on tv

  1. Monday 7 October at 13:15 CAT

    Cats

  2. Monday 7 October at 14:05 CAT

    Reptiles

  3. Monday 7 October at 14:50 CAT

    Snakes

Synopsis

Wild Hunters is a spectacular journey around the world in search of nature's deadliest predators. An awe-inspiring close-up of the everyday life in the wild.

Episodes

Season 1
  • Cats

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    From the Eurasian lynx in Europe to the Margay in India: they all have one thing in common; they are deadly killing machines. A true athlete of the hunt!

    Next Showing
    Monday 7 October at 13:15 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Reptiles

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    Despite their ancient appearance, reptiles are creatures full of surprises and sophistication. Much like dinosaurs, reptiles are hugely efficient hunters.

    Next Showing
    Monday 7 October at 14:05 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
    Next Showing
    Tuesday 8 October at 01:15 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Snakes

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    When on the hunt, snakes judge to perfection the very instant that separates life from death. Venomous snakes are one of the most lethal animals on the planet.

    Next Showing
    Monday 7 October at 14:50 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
    Next Showing
    Tuesday 8 October at 02:05 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Wolves And Jackals

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    Wolves are a supreme example of cooperative hunting, their efficiency based on hierarchy within a pack that demands loyalty.

    Next Showing
    Monday 7 October at 15:35 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
    Next Showing
    Tuesday 8 October at 02:55 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Bears

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    Bears are among the most supreme predators on Earth. The turning of the seasons provokes profound changes in bears' bodies, allowing them to endure the harshest conditions.

  • Fish

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    From the depths of the oceans, to the clearest of high mountain rivers, the jaws of fish and their enemies open and close incessantly.