Wild South Africa

Sunday 08:55 CAT

Promo

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Next trasmissions on tv

  1. Sunday 21 July at 08:55 CAT

    Clash of Currents

  2. Sunday 21 July at 09:45 CAT

    Land of The Giants

  3. Sunday 21 July at 10:35 CAT

    Killers of The Kalahari

Synopsis

Nowhere else can you find heat and cold, desert and tropics, Africa and the Antarctic altogether in a single country: South Africa - as diverse as an entire continent!

Episodes

Season 1
  • Clash of Currents

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    Nowhere else on earth do Africa and Antarctica so impressively come together as at South Africa's Cape! It's a place where cold-loving penguins live alongside desert-dwelling ostriches, and which is similarly home to surfing sea snails and live-bearing chameleons.

    Next Showing
    Sunday 21 July at 08:55 CAT
    On National Geographic
    Next Showing
    Thursday 8 August at 07:50 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Land of The Giants

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    Sunshine, sandy beaches and palm trees - not only does the Caribbean boast them, so too does South Africa's East Coast. Here you are no longer privy to the rocky coastline of the Cape of Good Hope! It is hot and sticky all year round - the mangroves and the bayous in the east of the country present ideal conditions for strange frogs, mudskippers and enormous Nile crocodiles - still, occasionally it's also too hot to handle, even for them!

    Next Showing
    Sunday 21 July at 09:45 CAT
    On National Geographic
    Next Showing
    Thursday 8 August at 11:45 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Killers of The Kalahari

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    From the savanna to the desert, the heart of South Africa is home to the most successful hunters, extremely odd animals, and the setting for one of the most colorful natural spectacles on the planet! Far from the cape and coasts, and beyond the Drakensberg Mountains, lie vast semideserts and dry savannas - a world apart, fit for clever survivalists only!

    Next Showing
    Sunday 21 July at 10:35 CAT
    On National Geographic
    Next Showing
    Thursday 8 August at 08:40 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD