BBC: Natural World - Elephant Nomads of the Namib Desert (2008)
48:54 | XviD 1681 kbps | 672x400 | 25fps | MP3 135kbps | 638MBGenre: Documentary
This is the remarkable story of two baby elephants struggling to survive their critical first six months in the oldest desert on earth. The Desert Elephants of Namibia suffered a poaching holocaust in the 1980s. As the most endangered elephant population in the world recovers, every single calf is vital. Himba and Dusty are born in a boom year, but when the short-lived rivers on which they depend disappear underground, their lives depend on the memories, experience and decisions of the females who lead their tiny families.