Produced in collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History, JUNGLE tells the dynamic and fascinating stories of survival of wild animals in their natural habitats.
Comprised of rare black and white films made by animal collectors and explorers in the 1930's, 40's and 50's, JUNGLE is authentic. Filmed in the wild, each unforgettable episode has gripping scenes of gritty animal battles for survival, unbelievable action dramas of cunning and courage, enchanting and delightful close-ups of "family" life in the jungle.
Jungle features unique and absolutely authentic animal adventures of wild beasts in the natural habitats -- the hot steaming wilds of Africa, the silent depths of the seas, the vast sand stretches of the burning desert, and the frozen wilds of the arctic.
Jungle includes 52 quarter-hour programs with such extraordinary subjects as a tiger battling a lion in India's Gir Forest; rattler vs. roadrunner; an encounter between a leopard and a tiger, wolves confronting Himalayan Ibex... and 48 other spellbinding episodes.