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"Storm Cats" on Nat Geo Wild

 Photo Credit: Nat Geo Wild

Photo Credit: Nat Geo Wild

In a landscape where rain is rare, violent and short-lived, Africa's big cats lead a predictable life, masters of the dry terrain to which they are adapted. But then, for eight intense weeks, violent storms transform their world, shattering their routine. They do not have the luxury to wait out the rain. They must hunt or starve. While the risk of death is as high as ever, so too is opportunity for those that seize it. Storm Cats is an intimate portrayal of leopards, lions and cheetahs pushed to the edge by natures raw power. Only those that can adapt will survive.

Nat Geo Wild is on Starhub Channel 413 and Singtel Channel 207.

Part of Big Cat Week

Magnificent hunters. Ferocious predators. Powerful felines. From lions, tigers and cheetahs to jaguars, cougars and more — incredible big cats are revered around the world. Yet today, these majestic creatures are some of the most threatened species on Earth. During BIG CAT WEEK we will come face-to-face with these iconic animals, as Nat Geo WILD shines a light on their struggle and reminds viewers of their importance in the world.


Earlier Event: February 14
"Soul of the Cat" on Nat Geo Wild