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Man Hunt: Kalahari Killers

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Uploaded on Jul 26, 2011

The San people of Namibia in the southwest of Africa have hunted the remote Kalahari Desert for over 60,000 years. They have no guns or traps - only ancient weapons, deadly poisons and an astonishing ability to track their prey over huge distances. In a desert that seems to be devoid of life, with temperatures regularly topping 40 degrees Celsius, the hunters have to find food for their village. Hayden Turner is taught by the tribe's best hunters. He witnesses first-hand how to track, stalk and kill ... and deals with some very dangerous situations along the way.

This is the opening title sequence from the Man Hunt: Kalahari Killers, produced by NHNZ for broadcast on National Geographic Channels (NGCI). http://www.nationalgeographic.com

Stock footage from this show is available from Moving Images -- NHNZ's stock footage archive. http://nhnzmovingimages.com

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