A National Geographic Explorer special, chronicling the first in-depth study on the mysterious and seldom seen Honey Badger.
Scientists, Keith and Colleen Begg, lived for four years in the Kalahari unmasking the inner secrets of this elusive and surprisingly ferocious animal.
The film, which captures the animal’s incredible hunts, dramatic interactions with other animals and poignant moments of family life, was awarded Best Animal Behaviour at five international film festivals.
“Best Animal Behaviour” 2002, International Wildlife Film Festival (Missoula, USA).
“Best Animal Behavior Program” 2003, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival (USA).
“The Chris Award for Science & Technology” 2002, Columbus Film and Video Festival (Canada).
“Best Scientific Film” 2003, Festival International du Film Animalier (Albert, France).
“Animal Behaviour Award” 2003, Japan Wildlife Festival.