National Geographic Channel - Secret Life of Predators
Guided by naturalist and big cat tracker Boone Smith, Secret Life of Predators travels to the depths of the ocean, the high forests, the vast open lands and the edge of the earth to capture every strike, chase and kill. In some of the planet’s most unforgiving places, see the world through the eyes of a predator. The four-part special delivers new and astounding stories about 45 different animal species. Wildlife cameramen and crews traveled to 18 countries, immersing themselves in 12 different habitats to capture extraordinary natural history footage and never-before-seen animal behaviors.
FREE education resources are available for science teachers. These resources for K–12 educators include photos and videos, standards-based activities, and reference material on ecology, predator-prey relations and adaptation.
Secret Life of Predators – Simulcast on National Geographic Channel (NGC) and Nat Geo WILD, Friday, September 20, at 8 p.m. ET/PT and Friday, September 27, at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
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