PBS Nature: Super Cats Series 1
Everyone loves big cats, but what do we really know about them? There is far more to these charismatic and misunderstood animals than just being the world’s top predators. Cats have their tender side – they are emotional and intelligent while being social and are devoted parents. Filmed over 600 days in 14 countries, featuring 31 species of cats, this ground-breaking three-part miniseries uncovers the secret lives of big cats and introduces behaviors captured on film for the first time, using the latest camera technology and scientific research. From the solitary bachelor snow leopard in the Himalayas, to the elusive swamp tiger of South Asia, to a remarkably efficient Californian bobcat that is blind in one eye, NATURE brings these animal superstars out of the shadows and reveals how cats survive and thrive in all four corners of the globe.
Part 1: Extreme Lives
Uncover the secret lives of big cats who thrive in all four corners of the globe, from the solitary snow leopard to the nimble rusty-spotted cat, seen through the latest camera technology and science.
Part 2: Cats in Every Corner
Discover how cats have conquered the world, thriving in almost every landscape on Earth, from the wetlands of Asia to Africa’s oldest desert, to the shores of California and the tropical beaches of Costa Rica.
Part 3: Science and Secrets
Scientists are studying cats in greater detail than ever before. New approaches and technologies help uncover some of the cats most intimate secrets, including the cheetahs remarkable gymnastic abilities and why lions are able to hunt so cooperatively.