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This documentary explores the world of wild elephants in Kenya's Samburu National Reserve. Researchers from the conservation project Save the Elephants, notably the father-daughter team of Iain Douglas-Hamilton and Saba Douglas-Hamilton, follow the intimate stories of individual elephants as they raise their families, forge alliances and fight for survival.

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aired 123 days ago
Hundreds of elephants descend on the reserve for the breeding season; Saba tracks down the biggest land animals on Earth, the bull elephants.
aired 123 days ago
The dry season becomes Baby elephant Breeze's biggest challenge yet.
aired 123 days ago
There is great excitement in one elephant family in Kenya's Samburu reserve when a new baby, named Breeze, is born.

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