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Gorongosa Park

Episode 6 | Roaring Back

54m 41s

When Bob Poole returns to Gorongosa, he discovers a huge nesting colony of water birds. He resumes his search for the lion cubs that went missing. After many sleepless nights, he finally meets the park’s new cubs — the future of lions in Gorongosa.

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54m 41s

Episode 6 | Roaring Back

TV-PG

When Bob Poole returns to Gorongosa, he discovers a huge nesting colony of water birds. He resumes his search for the lion cubs that went missing. After many sleepless nights, he finally meets the park’s new cubs — the future of lions in Gorongosa.

55m 11s

Episode 5 | Battle Lines

TV-PG

A new lion’s arrival sparks a conflict among Gorongosa’s dominant lions. Joyce Poole has questions about the mysterious behavior of Gorongosa’s elephants, and Bob Poole tastes the danger of crop-raiding elephants.

55m 11s

Episode 4 | Hidden Worlds

TV-PG

Bob Poole and a team of scientists estimate that the park may hold Africa’s largest croc population. Rappelling into deep gorges, they discover forests full of new species and unexplored caves, putting Gorongosa on the map as one of Africa’s last frontiers.

55m 11s

Episode 3 | New Blood

TV-PG

Bob Poole and the lion team find one of the cubs with a grave wound and race to save her. A massive relocation mission is launched to bring back zebra and eland — Africa’s largest antelope. Discover a hero who kept Gorongosa alive after the war.

55m 11s

Episode 2 | Elephant Whisperer

TV-PG

Bob Poole and his sister, Joyce, a renowned elephant expert, face charging elephants to gain insights into elephant behavior. Meanwhile, Mt. Gorongosa is taken over by a group of rebel soldiers, creating a tense air of uncertainty and fear in the park.

55m 11s

Episode 1 | Lion Mystery

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Bob Poole joins scientist Paola Bouley as she tries to solve a baffling mystery: Why isn’t Gorongosa’s lion population growing? By filming the lions, Poole hopes to help, following five cheeky lion cubs on their journey to adulthood.

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