March 3rd is celebrated ever year as the World Wildlife Day, to raise awareness of issues that impact wildlife. This year celebrate World Wildlife Day by knowing more about the need to conserve wildlife, as these fascinating shows on discovery+ educate the viewers about the cause.
Crikey! It’s the Irwins Season 3
Season three of the award-winning series, CRIKEY! IT’S THE IRWINS, features Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin, and Bindi’s husband Chandler Powell. In Crikey! It’s The Irwins, the members of the world-famous Irwin family deal with various challenges and struggles at the Australia Zoo as they follow their patriarch’s footsteps in taking care of animals.
Jewels of the Natural World
In this insightful series, the host sheds light on the wildlife from different parts of the world while explaining the protective and fierce nature of animals. The episodes highlight Wildebeests that battle predators on their trek for food in the wilds of Africa, Impalas that move with the great migration on the Serengeti plains of Africa, Hippos in Africa that risk everything to keep their new born calves safe and much more.
Big Cat Tales
A journey of motherhood, survival, and territorial battles, with each character facing challenges of life on the African plains. Big Cat Tales documents present-day lives of families of the lions, leopards and cheetahs of the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. Each episode follows individual characters, drawing the viewer in on a personal journey.
Heroes of the Wild Frontiers
The last mile connectivity to conservation in India is the forest Frontline staff. “Heroes of the Wild Frontiers” salutes these brave soldiers in a first ever documentary series. The series includes a tapestry of ecosystems from the trans Himalayan cold deserts to the deep-sea coral systems, from the steaming mangroves to the sprawling grasslands, along with showcasing the rare Indian wildlife.
Natural World: India’s Deadliest Snakes
From the giant King Cobra to the tiny sawscaled Viper, India is home to many of the world’s deadliest snakes. Now a new report has revealed that India is in the middle of a snakebite epidemic of epic proportions, with a loss of human life far in excess of any official figures. Snake expert Romulus Whitaker and his team set out on a journey around India to investigate the natural history behind these chilling new statistics and to see what can be done to help India’s people and ultimately, its snakes.
Produced by award-winning filmmakers Amoghavarsha JS and Kalyan Varma in collaboration with Karnataka Forest Department, Wild Karnataka focuses on the biodiversity that flourishes in the wild, as Karnataka now has some of the best forests in the world. The film shot using 4K Ultra HD technology, by a team of 20 camera persons using drones and 15 stationed cameras across Karnataka over a period of 4 years, is a visual spectacle which