(Wildlife/nature, 2×50 min.) Only clever animals survive in the oldest desert and one of the driest places on Earth, the Namib. Around 150 elephants still roam the desert, covering long distances in search of water. On the coast of Namibia, the Atlantic crashes onto rugged cliffs and vast beaches while fur seals try to escape a dangerous predator—the brown hyena.
Distributor: ZDF Studios
Pitch Perfect: “Namibia is a country of contrasts, from the arid savannahs to flowing rivers and rugged coastlines. This documentary explores the natural wonders of the country in southern Africa. Join us, and let’s discover the beauty and wonders of this remarkable African country.” —Ralf Rückauer, VP Unscripted