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Nat Geo Wild India
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The battle intensifies as the drought approaches the Savute. Which clan will emerge victorious and have access to the dwindling resources? Find out on Savage Kingdom, a global mini-series, tonight at 10 pm on Nat Geo Wild and National Geographic.
Nat Geo Wild India
01/15/2017 at 03:43. Facebook
Your pets can be in danger, even in your own backyard. Find out how you can protect them on Wild Encounters: Pets vs Predators. Catch World’s Dangerous Animals every day at 8 pm.
Nat Geo Wild India
01/14/2017 at 03:31. Facebook
This critter seems to be on a serious mission. Give us a suitable caption in the comments section below.
Nat Geo Wild India
01/13/2017 at 05:30. Facebook
The Marsh Pride enjoys security within their safe haven but across their border their enemies are planning an attack. Will they be prepared for battle? Find out on Savage Kingdom, a global mini-series, every Monday at 10 pm on Nat Geo and National Geographic.
Nat Geo Wild India
01/12/2017 at 05:30. Facebook
They’re monstrously big and extremely deadly. Join Dr. Zeb Hogan on his hunt for giant freshwater stingrays on Monster Fish: World’s Biggest Stingray, tonight at 8 pm. Catch World’s Dangerous Animals, every day at 8 pm.
Nat Geo Wild India
01/11/2017 at 05:30. Facebook
Catch a battle between two female tigers - one mother, one daughter. Will the lakeside territory have a new queen? Find out on tonight’s episode of Pride: Rulers at Risk. And stay tuned for Jungle Queens every day at 9 pm.
When lionesses are surrounded by predators from all sides with no male lions to protect them, their dwindling pack is in danger of being completely wiped out. Will they be eliminated for good or will they win the struggle to survive? Find out tonight at 10 pm on Savage Kingdom, a global mini-series, on Nat Geo Wild and National Geographic.
Don’t miss tonight’s episode at 9 pm, as we take you into the den of the lionesses. Watch how these queens defend their territory when male lions intrude and start a fight. Jungle Queens, every day at 9 pm.
Saiga antelopes date back to the Ice Age, and were often seen in Central Asia. Despite their awkward running gait and stubby legs that move in tandem, they run at a speed of 80 km per hour.
Nat Geo Wild India
01/10/2017 at 06:02. Facebook
Stingrays cannot see their prey because their eyes are situated on top of their bodies and their mouths are on the underside. So instead, they use their sense of smell and electro-receptors to pick up natural electrical charges of their prey.
He is violent, unpredictable and hungry for power; he is Sekekama: the Colossal King of the Marsh Pride. His kingdom is unending and he must rise to protect it all from the other three rival clans. Watch him lead his pride to the throne on Savage Kingdom, a global mini-series event, Mondays at 10 pm on Nat Geo Wild and National Geographic.
Beavers are capable of felling and gnawing trees with their strong teeth and powerful jaws. They create massive structures from logs, branches and mud to block streams, turning fields and forests into large ponds.
They rule their land, and let nothing come in their way of conquering many more. Join us as we come face to face with the deadliest females in the jungle on Jungle Queens, tonight at 9 pm.
The Red- Lipped Batfish is one of the few 60 species of batfishes that spends their entire life walking on the seafloor walking on modified pectoral and pelvic fins.
Saba, the most feared predator of the Savute, guards her fortress, Leopard Rock. She stands challenged but undefeated.
Don’t miss Savage Kingdom, a global mini-series, Mondays at 10 pm on Nat Geo Wild and National Geographic.
A deadly surprise party of bears
Fishing out of thin air is not an easy task. Grizzly bears use their powerful jaws to catch the salmon fish swimming upstream, when they jump out of the water.
The youngest are usually smartest. Give us a witty caption for the baby Orangutan in the picture.
Watch how fierce female predators protect their young, hunt for survival and rule their kingdom on Jungle Queens, tonight at 9 pm on Nat Geo Wild.
Cape Gannets are seabirds that feed on small fish. After locating their prey, these birds dive in from as high as 300 feet into the water. Their air sacs and fat deposits act as cushioning when they hit the water.
While the Marsh Pride rules the heart of the Savute, the queens of the Northern Pride must gather their leftover resources to rebuild their army before they starve to death. Join the lionesses in their fight for survival against the three other clans as well as the Marsh Pride on Savage Kingdom, a global mini-series event, tonight at 10 pm on Nat Geo Wild and National Geographic.