Never before has there been such an insightful and timely wildlife series.
For every species from the venomous scorpion to the high flying raptor, the reproductive season is the most critical. All animals must bear and successfully raise enough offspring to offset the mortality rate or face extinction. So to optimize chances for survival, each species has evolved unique systems for courting, nesting, and raising young. The Asian forest scorpion travels with her large brood clinging to her back protecting them from predators until they’re old enough to survive on their own. The silver breasted broadbill and the village weaver make intricate hanging nests to hatch their eggs and hatchlings.
The cameras of Safari tell a compelling story, never shying away from showing the whole picture. From the endearing and playful, to the unexpected and deadly;Safari provides an unflinching portrait of animals in the wild with emphasis on endangered species.
Safari is hosted by naturalist John Ross, who devoted his life to exploring the natural world and documenting its secret treasures. As a wildlife expert, he provides a unique insider’s look into the lives and behaviors of animals in the untamed reaches of the planet.