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Nature: Extraordinary Animals
Award-winning wildlife cameraman Martyn Colbeck has filmed African elephants for more than 15 year, learning to anticipate their every move as he follows them across plains and deserts and into jungles. In this retrospective of his work, he shares his spectacular footage along with his unique insights about these unforgettable elephants, including their exceptional ability to communicate and cooperate, and their complex emotions and strong loyalty to one another. After years of sharing their company, he earned their trust, and they stole his heart.

Come face-to-face with the world's five species of rhino, each struggling for their continued survival. For some rhinos, the future may rely on breeding programs, such as at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, home to the only Sumatran rhinos ever to be born in captivity. During the past century, the rhinos of Africa and Asia have been pushed out of their habitats and hunted nearly to extinction by poachers fro their horns, which are believed - erroneously - to possess healing properties. The rhino population has declined more than 80 percent over the last 40 years. Now, thanks to the efforts of conservationists and scientists, the rhinos will find a way to survive in the 21st century and beyond.