Run-Time: 1 x 50 min.
Directed by Udo Maurer, Manfred Christ
Written by Udo Maurer and Manfred Christ
Cosmos Factory for ORF in association with ORF-Enterprise
Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (DUBBED) , French (DUBBED)
Wildes Nairobi - Wo Leoparden durch die Gärten schleichen
With a population of around 3 million, Nairobi is one of the largest cities in Africa. However this metropolis is surrounded by wilderness that extends into the city itself. Just a few metres from the airport lies the Nairobi National Park, with its vast savannah and majestic wildlife. Beside the highway, separated only by a wire fence, lions, hyenas, giraffes and rhinoceros wander through grassland, while hundreds of marabous breed in the tree-lined streets in the city centres and scavenge on rubbish dumps. Hordes of apes entertain (and infuriate) picknickers in the city's parks; leopards hunt pets in wealthy suburbs, while hyenas scavenge in the city's shantytowns. This is a journey of discovery through a great city full of contradictions and teeming with nature, where humans and animals live together as - sometimes unwilling - neighbours.