Greenwash, Explained With Hamsters
NATURE & WILDLIFE
return of the prime predators
Join Adrian Gardiner as he creates a new African Eden in Shamwari, South Africa, where the cattle and sheep are getting a one way ticket out, and the wildlife is moving back in.
1 x 60'
Rock Wallaby Productions
Episode InformationAmongst the wine estates and sheep farms of South Africa, farmers are putting up powerful electric fences. A rumour is spreading around that the predators are back. The rumour is true. Adrian Gardiner is creating an African Eden on land. The cattle and sheep are getting a one way ticket out, and the wildlife is moving back in. And there’s nothing wilder than the big cats! It promises to be one of the most daring conservation projects of all time. But it’s also a great opportunity to film the likes of lion, cheetah, and leopard like never before. All in all it’s a volatile cocktail and anything could go wrong. Will nearby herds of elephant trample the border fences? Will the lion males kill each other fighting over limited territory? Will the fears of locals be realized – their sheep massacred and the farmers’ very existence threatened?