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"Into the Wild India" provides a journey into India's wilderness highlighting some of its most iconic creatures. India has many diverse habitats ranging from tundra to extreme desert, rainforest to urban jungle which provide varied ecological and geographical areas for many species to survive. Each episode focuses on an individual animal or family group showcasing their amazing lives and what they must do to survive the everyday challenges they face.

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In southern India, the summer is a challenge for Asian elephants who must drink every day; as things dry up, Anura, the matriarch, leads her herd to a distant watering hole.
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A female king cobra searches for a mate, food and a spot to lay her eggs before the monsoon arrives.
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Nestled on the edge of the ancient city of Jodhpur, the luxurious Temple Gardens are home to a huge troop of Hanuman Langurs, who enjoy a peaceful life of bounty; the troop has a strict hierarchy.
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Rajan is the powerful alpha male who sits at the head of an unusually large troop; he has done well to sustain such a big group, but the future doesn't look so bright; there are more mouths to feed, and yet his jungle home is shrinking.
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A young lion cub must survive as his family is torn apart; two adolescent leopard cubs must fend for themselves after they are abandoned; a young adult blackbuck must risk life and limb as he tries to secure his first mating.
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In the grasslands of northeast India, an adult female one-horned rhino teaches her new calf.
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Hoolock gibbons live the high life in the rainforests of northeast India, leaping through the trees in search of the perfect meal.
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An old stallion in India's Ladakh plateau finds a way to stay ahead of his rivals.
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A mother tiger must provide enough food for her family to stay alive.
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A female sloth bear with two cubs searches for food and protects her cubs from leopards in the midst of the summer heat and tropical storms.

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