Wild Nairobi

1 x 52 min

With a population of around 3 million, Nairobi is one of the largest cities in Africa. However this metropolis is surrounded by wilderness that extends into the city itself. Just a few metres from the airport lies the Nairobi National Park, with its vast savannah and majestic wildlife. Beside the highway, separated only by wire fence, lions, hyenas, giraffes and rhinoceros wander through grassland, while hundreds of marabous breed in the tree-lined streets in the city center. Hordes of apes entertain (and infuriate) picknickers in the city’s parks; leopards hunt pets in wealthy suburbs, while hyenas scavenge in the city’s shantytowns. This is a journey of discovery through a great city full of contradictions and teeming with nature, where humans and animals live together as – sometimes unwilling – neighbours.

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