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Wildest datings 2

With a width of 1 mile and a height of 360ft, the Victoria Falls forms the largest sheet of falling water in the world.

This fertile land is full of wildlife, from cunning hyena and proud lions to vast herds of wildebeest and elephants.

The hardy Masaai tribe use Lake Natron’s salt to tend their cattle, whilst the world’s largest flock of flamingo relax in its almost fail-safe breeding grounds.

It journeys from the cradle of human civilisation to the most awe-inspiring natural wonders of the world by going on safari to see the continent’s Big Five – lion, elephant, leopard, black rhino, white rhino and Cape buffalo.

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The Ruwenzori's glaciers, frozen at some 5,000m (16,500ft) above sea level drip feed bogs which in turn feed mountain streams, rivers and the great African lakes of Victoria, Albert, Edward and George.

This series looks at some of Africa's most spectacular locations and how these natural wonders are being threatened by environmental pressures.

The Zambezi is traversed several times by one of the world’s most epic natural events: the wildebeest migration.