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The lives of predators in Africa.

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Spotty the hyena must ascend to the leadership of the Chimbwe Clan in Zambia's Luangwa Valley.
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A family of wild dogs living in a corner of Zambia's Luangwa Valley.
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Mizumu, a male hyena, searches for a new clan.
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Twin male lions have ruled the Nsefu Pride for three years.
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The Nsefu Pride of lions hunts by the banks of the Luangwa River in Zambia.
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A female leopard named Olimba in Zambia's Luangwa Valley.
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Spotted Hyenas on the Liuwa Plains in western Zambia.
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Adolescent lions face many challenges.
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A Lion cub runt must survive alone.
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Lions along the Luangwe River raise their cubs.
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An aging leopard in Zambia is challenged by a younger female.
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An old Leopard struggles to find a meal while avoiding a pride of lions.

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