Kalahari

In Africa's ancient southwest corner, water is in short supply. Yet these deserts are somehow full of life because the creatures who live in the Kalahari have become masters at adapting.

Filmed for the first time, clever meerkats are outsmarted by an even more clever bird, which mimics the meerkats' calls and robs their food.

Black rhinos, ordinarily a very stubborn and solitary animal, gather at the last great watering hole for a surprisingly social gathering, shedding new light on one of the world's most endangered creatures.

The extreme danger of the Kalahari manifests itself as we witness the most violent giraffe fight ever filmed.

The animals in this, the world's oldest desert, have gone to the extremes to defend scarce resources and survive.

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