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Researchers collect ancient fables of Daasanach tribe in Turkana – the Cradle of Humankind – and they find out that the tribe is the greatest threat to local nature. Spanish enthobiologist Álvaro Fernandez-Llamazares looks into traditional fables of Turkana, seeing a vivd picture of nature...

In the Iberian Peninsula there have been animals that, due to their great powers and almost supernatural abilities, have provoked the admiration and veneration of different cultures — from prehistory to the present. These animals continue to live in Iberia and are the protagonists of...

In this documentary we will show the different ways of socializing of wild fauna. We will follow a dense colony of European seabirds, we will tell the best-kept secrets of a great male jaguar from the Amazon, we will reveal the dangerous life of a...

According to numerous sociological studies, Spain is the most passionate country in the world. Its wild fauna seems to experience love in the same way. We will show how many animals from the Iberian Peninsula pair with great passion, willing to star in bloody fights...

  The first documentary about the Human-leopard conflict in Sri Lanka, “Man Eaters: A Human Leopard Story” approaches the conflict by analyzing past and present cases of man-eating leopards in Sri Lanka and what led to their strange behavior. Unlike India, man-eating leopards in Sri Lanka...

 The Bucardo, the Pyrenean mountain goat, was a unique animal. For centuries, intensive hunting made it a ghost and forced it to hide in an inaccessible habitat, the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido. During many years, scientists and institutions fought to avoid its...

Chef and culinary anthropologist Nithiya Laila, takes you out of the supermarkets and into Singapore’s Edible Wild to discover an array of unique ingredients that are indigenous to the little red dot. Together with foraging experts, urban gardeners, farmers and green-fingered restauranteurs, Nithiya's journey will...