Join renowned wildlife filmmakers Dereck Joubert and Beverly Joubert as they capture the drama of Africa's largest free-roaming elephant herds on their timeless journey across the bush country of northern Botswana. Two years in the making, this remarkable documentary reveals extraordinary elephant behavior never before filmed. You'll see the rare adoption of an abandoned infant, the organized rescue of a calf in danger or drowning, and the haunting way bull elephants mourn the death of an aged companion. You'll also witness an encounter between a young elephant and adolescent lions that even surprised the filmmakers. Come with National Geographic on a journey you'll never forget - to a place where nature still rules and the elephant is king.