Rivers are the lifeblood of Africa, running like blood vessels from the heart of the continent. Some rivers flow like veins, smooth and steady. Others pump fast and furiously, like arteries.
The rivers of this great continent spread fresh water and life, through parched desert and scrubland, through grassy savannahs and even through the deepest African jungles. More than just moving bodies of water, they tell stories of the landscape and of the animals that live there. No two rivers are alike in this great continent. They are as different as the landscapes they flow through. Animals that depend on the rivers to survive have their own unique adaptations that are seen nowhere else on the planet.
In this series, we see Africa as we have never seen it before. Experience the natural stories from the flowing lifeblood of Africa.