India is home to over a billion people with one fifth of the world's population on only 2% of the world's surface. Yet India still has a wild side, populated by giants, fierce predators, the rare and beautiful…all wrapped up in a land of extremes.
Hidden away in the shadow of the Himalayas, roam the last great herds of India's giant grazers; one-horned rhinoceroses, wild buffalo and Asian elephants. Through the eyes of a newborn elephant calf, visit a land of unexpected contrasts and variety.
Episode 1x3; Feb 20, 2012
The desert of India's northwest is one of the most challenging environments on the planet, where only the best adapted survive.
1x3: Desert Lions
1x2: Tiger Jungles
1x1: Elephant Kingdom
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