“Wild Safari Live” Captures Rare Wild Dog Kill

Just over a week ago, on Sunday, November 2, Nat Geo WILD embarked on a three-month safari in Kruger National Park in Africa for Wild Safari Live, bringing viewers a live safari from the heart of Africa everyday in real-time. On Saturday, November 8, at 11:45 a.m. ET, our cameras captured groundbreaking footage of a pack of wild dogs bringing down a pregnant impala in the Djuma Game Reserve. Viewers joining the webcast saw the entire event unfold on Nat Geo WILD’s live stream coverage of Safari Live via wildsafarilive.com. Viewers were transfixed by one of the most primal and powerful scenes in all of nature.

“It’s simply incredible that our WildEarth crew was there to broadcast such an extremely rare and extraordinary event to our audiences around the world,” said Geoff Daniels, executive vice president and general manager of Nat Geo WILD. “To be able to witness the circle of life unfold before our very eyes in such a dramatic way — live — was truly remarkable. It proves how compelling the natural world can be at any moment and why no viewer should miss the Safari Live experience.”

WARNING: What you are about to watch, contains extremely graphic predation footage. Viewer discretion is advised.

WILD Safari Live is available online every day beginning at 9 a.m. ET and in the evenings at 11 p.m. ET until Jan. 31, 2015. Nat Geo WILD will broadcast WILD Safari Live on television beginning Saturday, November 29, at 9 a.m. ET through Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014. For more information about the animals and hosts of Safari Live, or to watch recent safari highlights, go to wildsafarilive.com.

Comments

  1. Messar Ouanas
    Cheria Wilaya de Tebessa Algerie
    November 23, 2014, 9:41 am

    je desire participer au Concour de Nat Géo 2014

  2. joe lockerman
    humble, texas
    December 4, 2014, 12:02 pm

    I saw ware in some locations in Australia they have a over population of kangaroos. was wondering if cheetahs could be moved their and help both species unlike the cain toad disaster cheetah populations could be controlled..

  3. sharon
    FL USA
    October 11, 2015, 10:26 pm

    and we’re still live almost a year now!! come join us live twice a day at wildsafarilive.com. you’ll be glad you did!!

  4. […] year, the cameras captured the birth of a wildebeest. Another broadcast saw a pack of wild dogs killing a pregnant impala in an extremely graphic, but very primal encounter that few had seen […]

  5. […] year, the cameras captured the birth of a wildebeest. Another broadcast saw a pack of wild dogs killing a pregnant impala in an extremely graphic, but very primal encounter that few had seen […]

  6. […] year, the cameras captured the birth of a wildebeest. Another broadcast saw a pack of wild dogs killing a pregnant impala in an extremely graphic, but very primal encounter that few had seen […]

  7. Tams
    New York
    December 2, 2015, 9:15 am

    I just watched the wild dogs and I’m glad to see them back in the wild!! They cannot not eat grass, they have to hunt and kill to live and they endangered…rather watch wild dogs, lions and the like to hunt!! Rather then a human hunter with their big guns kill and eat black bears!!
    And deer for that matter