Next Episode of Destination Wild is
Season 8 / Episode 18 and airs on 25 June 2017 21:00
On Nat Geo Wild, Sunday nights has something for everyone in the family, offering an adventure of a lifetime every week on Destination Wild! Viewers will travel to the four corners of the earth and back, experiencing wildlife in its natural habitat from locations around the world that are sure to bring "wow" moments to every home. Full of awe-inspiring scenery and wildlife, these specials feature the best, most innovative wildlife storytelling from some of the greatest filmmakers in the world. Sundays are one night of the week we guarantee you and your family's jaws will drop.
Explore how animal mothers teach their young how to communicate, behave and find food. Also, witness a group of super-surrogate moms that are vital in preserving the future of various species.
Namibia was once a haven for Africa's wildlife. Now, properties and industries are slowly swallowing the land where these animals used to roam safely and freely, while poaching continues to be on the rise. Discover the incredible story of a group of dedicated people working to protect one of the planet's last refuges for Africa's iconic wildlife.
The Congo river is the crux of central Africa. Incredible species share its bounty, including fruit bats, elephants, great apes, and more.
With three hearts, blue blood and eight tentacles each with neurons of its own, octopuses seem as alien as any sci-fi creation. Join us as we investigate the mysterious lives of these unique creatures.
Polynesian explorers discovered New Zealand less than 800 years ago before the Europeans reached it in the 17th Century. The human settlers brought a host of new animals and plants with them, including New Zealand's famous sheep. Follow the changing fortunes of this spectacular landscape and witness how the wildlife has evolved.
Discover New Zealand's most ancient and interesting species as we explore how this spectacular land was formed and how it's extreme isolation both protected and transformed these native creatures.
In Northern Australia, two salt water croc brothers are born into a 50 year battle for swamp supremacy to determine who will become boss croc.
Antarctica. The coldest, driest, most remote continent on earth. Its isolation and extremes of temperature make it unlike any other place on the planet. The animals that survive here are superbly adapted to Antarctica's treacherous conditions. But existence in this frozen continent will always be marginal for a living creature. To survive Antarctica, the animals that inhabit this land of extremes have developed extraordinary behaviors to meet the continent's extreme conditions head on.Witness what it takes to survive in this land of snow and icebergs.
Botswana is home to more African elephants than anywhere else in the world. Every year, thousands of elephants trek over 7,000 miles in search of food and life-giving water. The desert is a hostile place, especially as the dry season takes hold, so the elephants must use their strength and wit to survive.
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