Meet the lions, hyenas, wild dogs, and leopards of the Savage Kingdom TV series. Producer and cinematographer Brad Bestelink shows clips of the show's top predators battling for survival.
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Game of Thrones meets the African wild—that is the premise for National Geographic's new TV seriesSavage Kingdom. As the main water source for the wildlife of Savute, Botswana, dries up, pressure to survive the coming drought begins to impact the area's top predators as they battle for survival. Savage Kingdom producer and cinematographer Brad Bestelink shares clips of the lions, hyenas, wild dogs, and leopards that call Savute home and are fighting to survive in a land that is quickly becoming inhospitable.
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