Meerkat: A Dynasties Special • 2020 • episode "S1E6" Dynasties

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A film following a young meerkat queen living in the harsh beauty of the Makgadikgadi salt pans. If her new pups are to survive, she must unite her family in the face of rivals, predators and immense dust storms.

Dynasties • 2018 - 2022 • 10 episodes •

Chimpanzee

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Meerkat: A Dynasties Special

A film following a young meerkat queen living in the harsh beauty of the Makgadikgadi salt pans. If her new pups are to survive, she must unite her family in the face of rivals, predators and immense dust storms.

2020 • Nature

Puma

A mother puma must battle rivals, tackle prey nearly three times her size and endure the wild mountain weather of Patagonia in her bid to raise four cubs.

2022 • Nature

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In Amboseli, Kenya, a rare event pushes a struggling elephant family to its limits. To save their dynasty, they must work together and overcome the challenge of a lifetime.

2022 • Nature

Cheetah

On Zambia's plains, a cheetah mother must keep her cubs safe, preparing them for life without her. They take on dangerous prey and learn that even tiny neighbours can bite back.

2022 • Nature

Hyena

With the emergence of a young rival, a spotted hyena queen struggles to keep her grip on power - while also trying to raise a family - on Zambia's vast and unforgiving Liuwa Plain grasslands.

2022 • Nature

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