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The day-to-day lives of majestic animals, including lions, zebras, baboons and cheetahs, over the course of a year in Tanzania are documented in "Serengeti." As the season of plenty starts to come to an end, food is harder to find and the animals are put to the ultimate test. There are new arrivals and unexpected problems, as well as danger at almost every turn. These animals do anything they can to survive and protect their offspring, and they stop at nothing to prove their worthiness to their tribe. Each animal has a unique story, and many of the stories come to the surface.

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It's time to close another chapter in the lives of the animals of the Serengeti; first, all around is a blackened wasteland, the aftermath of the huge fire.
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The dry season is now upon the animals of the Serengeti, turning the waterhole into a death trap for the herds, but for some this season is a gift.
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The long-awaited arrival of the Great Migration brings opportunities and food in abundance, but it also increases conflict as every one of the Serengeti's families is put to the test.
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The anticipation of the annual Great Migration is being felt by all of the Serengeti's families as they wait with great desperation for it to arrive; the land continues to get hotter and hunger starts to bite as food becomes even more scarce.
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As the Serengeti starts to dry out, competition heats up between the families; the strong females take center stage, dealing with headstrong males and fighting for the survival of their kin.
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With food in abundance it's a time of plenty in the Serengeti, but a series of unexpected events turns families against each other and stretches relationships to breaking point.

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