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National Geographic ChannelNat Geo Wild
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  • NATURE UNCUT

  • Wednesday 19 November at 3:00PM
  • Nat Geo Wild
  • Hyena Shoot show

    Hyena Shoot

    At the Mala Mala Game Reserve in South Africa Kim Wolhuter films a clan of wild hyenas on a kill, at night and on foot.

    (03:01)
  • The Nile Crocodile show

    The Nile Crocodile

    Emmy award winners Vicky Stone and Mark Deeble infiltrate a crocodile area in time for their annual wildebeest attack.

    (03:03)
  • Underwater Cave Shoot show

    Underwater Cave Shoot

    Divers enter a watery underworld, once believed to be the gateways to Hell and unexplored for over 18000 years.

    (03:03)
  • Wallace’s Standard Wing Shoot show

    Wallace’s Standard Wing Shoot

    Deep within an Indonesian tropical rainforest hides one of the rarest birds on the planet: Wallace’s Standard Wing.

    (02:51)
  • Humpback Whale show

    Humpback Whale

    Award-winning filmmakers, Sue Flood and Doug Allan, set out to capture intimate footage of humpback mothers and calves.

    (03:03)
  • Whale Shoot Prep show

    Whale Shoot Prep

    The mission: Film a huge predatory whale. The risks: Violent storms, savage seas and hundreds of sharks.

    (02:54)
  • Whales and Sharks show

    Whales and Sharks

    Cameraman Charles Maxwell realizes he is in the middle of a feeding frenzy. The focus shifts from filming to survival.

    (03:06)
  • Alligator Shoot show

    Alligator Shoot

    Free diving cameraman Mark Rackley ventures deep into alligator territory to film the fearsome carnivores.

    (03:00)
  • Leopard Shoot show

    Leopard Shoot

    Filmmaker John Varty searches for one of the most elusive and powerful cats on Earth, the leopard.

    (03:11)
  • Elephant Shoot show

    Elephant Shoot

    Elephants can weigh 7 tons and charge at 25 miles per hour. Ex-special forces soldier Peter Lamberti gets close to the giants.

    (03:04)
  • Attack of the Japanese Giant Hornets show

    Attack of the Japanese Giant Hornets

    Cameramen Alastair MacEwan attempts to capture unprecedented footage of the deadly Japanese Giant Hornets.

    (03:01)
  • Helicopter Crash show

    Helicopter Crash

    When camerawoman Karin Slater sets off to film a buffalo stampede in the African bush, things go terribly wrong.

    (02:59)