Wildlife and Nature Shorts

Wildlife and Nature Shorts

Take a deep breath, escape to beautiful natural destinations and experience some of the wildest corners of the earth. An incredible collection of High Definition and 4K/Ultra HD natural history videos ad-free bring our natural wonders closer than ever before!

Wildlife and Nature Shorts

    Desert adapted Lions and desert-dwelling Giraffe meet in the Hoanib desert, Namibia.

  • The Desert Voyager

    Living in the heart of the Kaokoland and Damaraland regions in the far north of Namibia, one will find herds of desert-adapted Elephants that survive in the harsh climate of the desert with very little water.

    The Desert Voyager follows the great Bull Elephant’s 600km migration across the Namib...

  • Africa in 4K

    Fabulous African scenery and majestic wildlife. The video was shot in South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. This part of the world is a prime wildlife destination; most of all the wonderful safari animals are easily found here. Enjoy the closeness of the wild animals; take in their power and beauty!

  • African Cats

    Magnificent hunters. Ferocious predators. Powerful felines. From lions, cheetah and leopards to serval, caracal and more — incredible cats are revered around the world. Yet today, these majestic creatures are some of the most threatened species on Earth.

    For more information on the Big Cats I...

  • The Secret Life of Vultures

    Have a bone to pick with the scraggy vulture? Just remember they’re vital as nature’s waste disposers – which is why their decline is very bad news…

    Vultures, with their big, ungainly wings, beaky faces and fondness for scavenging on dead meat, have a terrible reputation. They are seen as harb...

  • Endangered Species Day

    We live in a world full of many animals, insects, plants and creatures which are approaching the risk of extinction – or are so close to extinction, that their species needs help immediately.

    When a species is defined as endangered, its numbers are especially low – in the last few thousands, h...

  • International Polar Bear Day

    Sea ice loss from climate change is the single biggest threat to polar bears. No matter where you live or what you do, you can play a role in turning this around.

    As well as reaching speeds of up to 6mph in the water, polar bears can swim for long distances and steadily for many hours to get f...

  • The Elephants that came to Dinner

    At a five-star lodge in Zambia, a bizarre phenomenon is stumping wildlife experts and delighting tourists. An elephant family, led by a matriarch named Wonky Tusk, is overtaking the lobby. Though elephants can be violent in the wild, here they climb the stairs of Mfuwe Lodge and grace past recept...