Africa's Wild Horizons Season 1
S01 E01Mar 12, 2016
The Waterberg Mountains of Life Mar 12, 2016 Take a trip through the spectacularly diverse terrain of the Waterberg - a South African land so old it was formed before terrestrial life itself. Today, its sprawling grasslands are home to some of the most eclectic wildlife on Earth, all sustained by the region's abundant water supply.
S01 E02Mar 19, 2016
Vredefort Dome: Crater of Life Mar 19, 2016 Two billion years ago, a giant meteorite crashed into southern Africa's interior plateau, forming a six-mile-deep crater. Today, the site of this cataclysmic event is the Vredefort Dome -- a dazzling and rich ecosystem of unique plant and animal life.
S01 E03Mar 26, 2016
Africa's Great Oasis: The Okavango Delta Mar 26, 2016 Deep within the arid expanse of the Kalahari Desert lies a true anomaly of nature: a land shaped by the unstoppable flow of inland floods to create one of the greatest wildlife havens in Africa. Experience the life-giving might of the Okavango Delta, in all its lush beauty.
S01 E04Apr 2, 2016
Wild Swaziland Apr 2, 2016 Journey deep into the heart of Swaziland; a wild kingdom of riverine forests and endless savanna. From dominant elephant herds to tiny dung beetles, a number of diverse keystone species are shaping a vibrant ecosystem.
S01 E05Apr 9, 2016
The Kalahari Apr 9, 2016 While the immense ecosystem of the Kalahari is characterized by its harsh conditions, it also offers a wealth of resources to the native wildlife. From the burrows of nocturnal bat-eared foxes to the massive colonies of harvester ants, the region provides habitats for a vast array of life.
S01 E06Apr 16, 2016
Ngorongoro Crater: Cursed Haven Apr 16, 2016 Formed from the remains of a 2.5 million-year-old imploded volcano, the Ngorongoro crater is a study in contradictions: On one hand, it's a self-sustained and plentiful land that provides for the many animals that call it home. Conversely, its isolation threatens the existence of many of its key species. What does the future hold for this unique habitat?