Watch Africa: The Serengeti
- 39 min
James Earl Jones narrates the 1994 documentary Africa: The Serengeti. The film highlights a year in East Africa’s most famous large grassy plain. Zebras, wildebeest, antelope and other animals spend much of the year traveling in search of greener grass and trees as the area cycles through drought and wet weather. Predators wait to take advantage of the large numbers of animals, sometimes numbering in the thousands, passing through their territories.