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Video Search for the LION KING!

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  • (dramatic music)
  • - [Coyote] This was an unprecedented level of danger,
  • which meant everything had to go right,
  • because if it didn't, that meant everything
  • had gone horribly wrong.
  • (roaring)
  • (intense music)
  • Sharp rays of sunlight crept up from the horizon,
  • casting a golden radiance across the savanna.
  • Morning has arrived in South Africa,
  • and with it, the beginning of a journey
  • that was soon to become one of the greatest
  • animal encounters I have ever had.
  • Today we are venturing out into the world-renowned
  • Kariega Game Reserve.
  • This wild place spans over 10000 hectares,
  • and the landscape is a splendor
  • unlike anything you have ever seen.
  • Endless rolling grasslands,
  • the perfect habitat to safely house,
  • and keep hidden, one of our planet's
  • most iconic predators, the African lion.
  • (roaring)
  • - [Cameraman] All right, Coyote,
  • about ready to hop in the Jeep?
  • - Yeah, well, the plan today
  • is to track down a pride of lions,
  • but trust me, it's much easier said than done.
  • We've got a lot of ground to cover.
  • You guys ready to track down the pride?
  • - [Cameraman] Let's find those big cats!
  • - Here we go!
  • Tracking lions on foot could take days,
  • if not weeks, so the crew and I teamed up
  • with a secondary team, composed of field veterinarians
  • that had been deployed through support
  • of the Reserve Protection Agency.
  • Led by Dr. Waldo Dreyer, their collective goal
  • from a scientific perspective
  • was to safely tranquilize one of the larger resident males
  • in an attempt to collect biometric data.
  • This important research would help ensure the health
  • and wellbeing of the pride.
  • So, with the plan in place, we parted ways
  • and headed toward opposite ends of the reserve
  • to begin our search for the pride.
  • Feel like luck is on our side today.
  • A lot of ground to explore, but we've got two teams out,
  • and just a matter of tracking down the pride.
  • Since 2004, Kariega has been home to
  • a very healthy population of lions,
  • yet finding and getting these big cats
  • in front of the cameras would be no easy feat,
  • as they are constantly on the move
  • and in search of their next meal.
  • Got an ostrich way off in the distance there.
  • So much open space.
  • And with that open space, the pride could
  • wander out of any one of these clumps of bushes.
  • Really gonna be tough to find these cats.
  • Got some zebras over here.
  • That looks like good prey.
  • As a lion, zebra steak would sound pretty good.
  • Wait, what's this?
  • Oh, I got something cool!
  • Follow me!
  • Look at this!
  • That is a perfect wildebeest skull,
  • and if ever I have seen evidence of a lion kill,
  • this would be it.
  • Look at that!
  • Right at the back of the neck,
  • where the head connects to the neck right there
  • is all snapped off.
  • Wow, well, this is obviously ancient at this point.
  • No skin or flesh on it, but yep,
  • likely fell victim to a lion.
  • All right guys, let's keep searching.
  • Here, come on down, check this out.
  • You know what that is?
  • - [Cameraman] Bones.
  • - Bones, skin, fur.
  • That's a zebra's leg right there,
  • and zebras' legs don't just fall off on their own.
  • That is absolute crystal-clear evidence of a lion kill.
  • It's old though, this is not fresh,
  • so we do know that the pride has been through here,
  • but not recently.
  • All right, well, this is, like I said,
  • gonna be tough to find this pride of lions.
  • Stronger evidence of the pride, and their whereabouts,
  • was necessary if we hoped to have an encounter,
  • so we loaded back into the land cruiser
  • and continued our search deeper
  • into the interior of the reserve.
  • Finding tracks is the most reliable sign
  • of one's quest for locating an animal,
  • and you are always guaranteed to find
  • the freshest tracks near water.
  • Check this out, guys.
  • Completely fresh lion track right there.
  • Like most cats, they try to avoid walking in water,
  • and the cat definitely moved up the side of the road here.
  • That means we are hot on the pride's trail.
  • - [Cameraman] So Jo, what'd you hear?
  • - There's literally lions on top of this hill.
  • - [Cameraman] So the other team's got eyes on the lions?
  • - Yeah, and they're on a kill, so yeah.
  • - [Cameraman] Coyote, Coyote!
  • The other team's got the lions over the hill.
  • - [Coyote] What?
  • - [Cameraman] Yeah, the lions are just over the hill
  • and they're on a kill too.
  • - On a kill?
  • No way!
  • Okay, yeah, climb up, in the Jeep!
  • Aw, man, this is gonna be crazy!
  • They're on a kill?
  • - [Cameraman] Yeah.
  • - All right guys, well, I'm out there
  • picking up pieces of old kills,
  • and apparently the lions have a kill,
  • the other team has spotted them.
  • We're gonna make our way over there now.
  • Here comes a lion episode.
  • Awesome!
  • With lions located on a fresh kill,
  • we quickly moved across the reserve
  • to meet up with the vet team.
  • Dr. Waldo joined our vehicle,
  • which would give us a clear view
  • of the tranquilization process.
  • So, with the darts locked and loaded, it was go time.
  • - This is exciting, I've never seen a lion
  • in the wild before.
  • I know you guys are amped.
  • Oh man, this is gonna be one epic day.
  • Tranquilizing a lion is considered a routine checkup.
  • Once asleep, the biometric data would be collected,
  • and then a reversal serum will be administered
  • for the animal to wake up.
  • Okay, they just radioed from up ahead.
  • The lions are just up over the top of this next hill here.
  • We have found them.
  • All right guys, we are rolling up on the lions right now.
  • I can actually see one of the big males right here
  • off the side of the vehicle.
  • Wow!
  • So impressive!
  • Trying to be really quite right now.
  • We don't wanna startle them.
  • Believe it or not, we don't wanna scare the lions.
  • I'm the one that should be scared right now.
  • Oh, there it is, there it is
  • (roaring)
  • As our land cruiser approached through
  • the flowing savanna grasses, my heart began to race
  • at an incredible speed.
  • This was an unprecedented level of danger,
  • which meant everything had to go right,
  • because if it didn't, that meant everything
  • had gone horribly wrong.
  • (dramatic music)
  • Never before had I seen a pride of lions in the wild,
  • and as they came into view, their primal strength and beauty
  • was a wonder to behold.
  • In total, four lions have been spotted
  • on the fallen carcass.
  • Our primary target was the male,
  • but our team decided that they also wanted
  • to check the health of the females,
  • so if the opportunity presented itself,
  • they would be darted as well.
  • And in that split second that seemed to slow down in time,
  • we all clung to the edge of our seats
  • with focused anticipation.
  • (roaring)
  • Stay tuned for the breathtaking conclusion,
  • as we attempt to get the cameras up close
  • with one of the planet's top carnivores.
  • And don't forget, subscribe so you can join me and the crew
  • on this season of Breaking Trail!

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On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote and crew search for Lions on the African Savannah to help field veterinarians collect critical biometrics and health data on a very specific pride of big cats!

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