Director: Chris Schmid

Duration: 5:57

Africa's Okavango River Basin, which covers 125,000 square miles, is home to the largest remaining population of African elephants as well as significant populations of lions, cheetahs, wild dogs and hundreds of species of birds. It's also a vital source of water for more than 1 million people and feeds Botswana's majestic Okavango Delta, that is now threatened by human activity along the rivers that feed it.

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