This Real Wild compilation shares a detailed looked at wildlife in Botswana. Tswapong is unique in Botswana as its microclimate brings rain clouds and mist to the edge of the Kalahari. The spectacular cliffs of the sacred Tswapong Hills are home to a plethora of wildlife such as baboons, leopards, and hyenas, and, most of all, the rare and majestic black eagles. However, times are changing in the villages - with natives embracing the marvels that technology brings, will Tswapong's wildlife lose their natural habitat? Described as "the jewel" of the Kalahari, Okavango is a tranquil and isolated oasis set in Botswana's unsympathetic desert. Home to many of Africa's big predators and indigenous semi-nomadic tribes, the Okavango Delta is a unique natural resource and one of the largest deltas in the world. Fish, crocodiles, hippos, and antelope coexist in the delta, and the lion rules this kingdom. This is a rich but rare paradise, isolated by the watery wilderness of the delta. But will the recent discovery of tourism endanger the beating heart of Okavango? Botswana's dry salt flats in the middle of the savanna prove to be a tough place to survive, with no water for months on end, massive herds of Zebra and Wildebeests move along an ancient route dictated by the unpredictable flow of water. During the harsh arid months, the conflict between predator and prey rages on. This is the story of the unforgiving and abundant realities of the salt flats of Botswana. 00:00:00 Tswapong Hills Botswana 00:51:40 Chiefs Island Botswana 01:43:01 Makgadikgadi Sea Of grass#RealWild #Documentary