Nature documentary series. Liz Bonnin leads a team using cutting-edge technology to follow individual elephants as they come together for a crucial annual gathering.
A thousand elephants, from magnificent bulls to vulnerable orphans, come together in a crucial annual gathering in northern Kenya, whilst facing deadly threats from both predators and poachers.
Liz Bonnin leads a team of scientists and film-makers using cutting-edge satellite-tracking technology to follow individual elephants day by day as they cope with their daily challenges. The team capture surprising new behaviour and witness how elephant society is responding to a world changed by poaching, including the remarkable way young elephants are coping with the loss of their parents.
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|Camera Operator||Max Hug Williams|
|Camera Operator||Bob Poole|
|Executive Producer||Tim Scoones|
|Series Producer||Scott Alexander|