A new documentary called "Giraffe Feast" was broadcast on Britain's Channel 5 last night as part of the Nature Shock series, and is currently available online.
The documentary features interviews and footage of Wild Nature institute scientists and our work on giraffe demography in Tarangire, Tanzania.
From the Channel 5 website: "In 2011, something strange began to happen in Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania. Research director Dennis Ikanda discovered a succession of adult giraffe carcasses littered across the landscape. It emerged that the world’s largest population of African lions, who thrive in the reserve and normally hunt game animals like antelope, wildebeest and zebra, were now targeting and taking down one of nature’s giants: giraffes."
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