Nature Shock: Lions vs. Giraffes
An African lion's diet is generally less than 1% giraffe, and yet, in Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania, the number has jumped to a staggering 50% almost overnight. Why? Join Wildlife Research Director Dennis Ikanda and a team of lion experts as they investigate why these East African prides are suddenly risking death to attack an animal six times their own size. They need to uncover the reasons, and fast. With African giraffe populations plummeting by a third in just a decade, the future of one of nature's gentle giants is in grave danger.
A Pride of Lions vs. a Two-Ton Giraffe Giant
Lions don't usually attack giraffes - they're too big to be easy prey. But in South Africa's Selous Game Reserve, lions have mysteriously begun hunting colossal, adult giraffes.