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Following Botswana's most iconic and charismatic creatures as they look to mate and bring up a family in a world full of dangers.

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It takes determination and deceit to win the mating game on the African plains.
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It takes determination and deceit to win the mating game on the African plains.
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From hippo-carved highways through the Okavango Delta to birds' nests built to attract a mate, creatures transform Botswana's landscape each season.

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