UPCOMING nature documentary Predators will delve into the life of six apex hunters – and it’s certainly not one for the faint-hearted.
The six-part series, which uses cutting edge new filming techniques, will follow the deadly animals as they fight to survive in their rapidly changing habitats.
Viewers will be whisked around the world, with countries on display such as Canada, Zimbabwe, Chile, Botswana, Russia and Tanzania.
First look images reveal the task the predators face to survive as their rapidly changing world impacts both their own lives and that of the wild kingdoms over which they rule.
In the revealing one-minute clip, fearsome grizzly bears can be seen viciously fighting one another as they try to cement their dominance over one another.
Elsewhere, nature is seen taking its course as big cats – including pumas, lions and cheetahs – are seen hunting wild boar to feast on.
In this ever-shifting landscape, each predator must overcome new challenges and grasp new opportunities.
For Polar Bears in Canada, Wild Dogs in Zimbabwe, Pumas in Chile, Lions in Botswana, Brown Bears in Russia, and Cheetahs in Tanzania, this is the ultimate
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The stakes have never been higher – who will win and who will lose?
The documentary follows the stories of these six apex predators at a critical moment in their lives as they attempt to secure the future for the next generation.
Grappling with multiple responsibilities these are deadly hunters, caring parents, and cunning survivors who hold secrets and thrilling stories in their quest to survive.
Predators will be available to watch on Sky Nature and NOW this winter.