Wildest Africa

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  • 2013
  • 2 Seasons
  • 8.2  (132)

The television series Wildest Africa looks at the exotic locations in the continent of Africa. The viewer will get to see the native people and the wildlife that are native to this area. They will look at the environment and what is threatening this area.

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Seasons
Ethiopia: Land of Extremes
9. Ethiopia: Land of Extremes
June 6, 2010
Ethiopia's highland wilderness teems with wildlife, including one of Africa's most isolated primate species, gelada baboons.
Lake Turkana: Land of the Crocodile
8. Lake Turkana: Land of the Crocodile
June 5, 2010
Huge, man-eating crocodiles inhabit Lake Turkana in northern Kenya, where temperatures can soar to a searing 120 degrees.
Sahara: Life of the Edge
7. Sahara: Life of the Edge
 
From the world's smallest dog to its largest elephant, animals have found a way to adapt to the Sahara, one of the planet's hottest, driest places.
Congo: The Untamed Heart
6. Congo: The Untamed Heart
June 4, 2010
In the Congo rain forest, we meet antelope-hunting monkeys, western lowland gorillas, and the forest's human inhabitants, the Bayaka pygmies.
Cape Coast: Where Worlds Collide
5. Cape Coast: Where Worlds Collide
June 4, 2010
On Africa's Cape Coast, an array of creatures from penguins to tuna depend on the annual migration of billions of fish, known as the Sardine Run.
Mount Kenya: African Heart of Ice
4. Mount Kenya: African Heart of Ice
June 3, 2010
Mount Kenya's fluctuating temperatures make it one of Earth's most hostile environments, and its melting glaciers could have a far-reaching effect.
Madagascar: Island of Monsters
3. Madagascar: Island of Monsters
June 3, 2010
From chameleons to lemurs to giant bugs, Madagascar is home to more than 250,000 species -- most of which are found nowhere else in the world.
Virungas: Land of Ice and Fire
2. Virungas: Land of Ice and Fire
June 2, 2010
The dense forest slopes of central Africa's Virunga Mountains are home to an incredible array of monkeys as well as the Batwa pygmies.
Nile: An African Odyssey
1. Nile: An African Odyssey
June 2, 2010
The world's longest river, the Nile stretches from the African Great Lakes to the Sahara Desert, nourishing both wildlife and human civilization.
Description

The television series Wildest Africa looks at the exotic locations in the continent of Africa. The viewer will get to see the native people and the wildlife that are native to this area. They will look at the environment and what is threatening this area.

  • Premiere Date
    January 13, 2013
  • IMDB Rating
    8.2  (132)