The Okavango River is one of Africa’s most important bodies of water.
Instead of flowing out into the ocean, the river flows inland through Botswana and toward the Kalahari Desert. The river creates a virtual paradise for the animals that live in the desert’s hostile environment.
Now in a new episode of Nature, Okavango: River of Dreams, PBS examines the river and its part in the region’s ecosystem. Along the course of the journey along the river, viewers watch an injured lioness left for dead by her pride as she recovers and tries to care for her cubs. Audiences also see warthog families sharing dens, protecting one another from predators, such as lions and leopards.
Nature: Okavango: River of Dreams is retailing for MSRP of $24.99, but can be ordered at a reduced price of $19.99 through PBS’ online store.
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