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Nat Geo Wild orders NHNZ’s “Extreme Animals”

Nat Geo Wild International has ordered 12 hours of natural history programming from New Zealand-based indie NHNZ, including the tentatively titled Extreme Animals: Babies. (Pictured: Wild 24)
November 2, 2015

Nat Geo Wild International has ordered 12 hours of natural history programming from New Zealand-based indie NHNZ.

The slate includes two series from the prodco’s Archive Unit, including the tentatively titled Extreme Animals: Babies, an original series exploring extreme juvenile behavior within the animal kingdom.

Nat Geo Wild International has also picked up a second season of Wild 24 (pictured) from the New Zealand indie’s Archive Unitin which every episode spotlights one geographical location over a 24-hour period.

Launched last year, the Archive Unit produces stock footage-based productions, and has had over 30 hours of production greenlit.

The two series will be distributed by Fox International Channels Content Sales.

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