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Zambia's Luangwa Valley is an untamed wilderness that's home to some of Africa's most spectacular animals.

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Africa's trees provide food, shelter, and opportunities for its creatures.
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Chilema, a young elephant, must learn how to navigate the world without her trunk.
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Modern science explains the evolutionary history behind some of the planet's largest, weirdest and most fearsome animals.
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More than 480 different species of birds spread their wings in the Luangwa Valley over the course of a year.
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Zambia's wildest places are a paradise for the animals that call them home, including the Luangwa River Valley, the Liuwa Plain and the Kasanka National Park.
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A bull hippo, a young lion and a massive buffalo meet their fates in the Zambian wilderness.
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Lions, hyenas and buffalo work together to survive in the Zambian wilderness.
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The wild grasslands are a dangerous place for Africa's smallest monkey.
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Zambia's Luangwa Valley possesses a remarkable ecosystem; home to some of the most iconic African species, it is also teeming with a host of smaller animals.
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A pride of lions roams the Luangwa Valley and encounters honey badgers, warthogs, hyenas, and other fascinating animals.
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Along the bank of the Luangwa River is a troop of eighty or so baboons. This is the story of a family, and a young male baboon who faces difficult choices as he comes of age.
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The Luangwa River belongs to the hippos. The world's largest concentrations of hippos are found here. They spend their days submerged, keeping cool in the hot sun.
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Liuwa Plains is a place of extremes. For half the year, it's a dry barren plain where only the toughest survive and for the other half, it's a paradise of waterholes.
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In the Luangwa Valley, some of the largest animals on earth live side by side; Elephant, giraffe, buffalo, hippo and nile crocodile; They are the heavyweights.
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The Luangwa River winds through the savannahs of Zambia; A family of elephants journeys through the bush; A young calf struggles to master the art of using his unwieldy trunk.

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