Park Shin Hye and Dr. Mike Chase visit elephant herds in Botswana, where the severe poaching has taken a toll on the elephant population. Meanwhile, Yoo Hai Jin visits Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai where Lek Chailert takes care of over 100 elephants in a safe environment.
A wildlife conservationist claims the wildlife should be preserved as it is. On the other hand, trophy hunters claim the money they pay to hunt can protect more animals than they hunt and help the local community. But is it okay to tolerate killing just for human pleasure? And does cruel slaughter necessary for coexistence?
Every September and February, there's a shadow of death waiting for dolphins that pass along Japan's southwestern coast. Animals lose their dignity before human pleasure and profit. Do we deserve to live with these animals? Still, we think about solutions to coexistence that we cannot give up.
The king of all beasts, lions are no longer powerful before humans. After numerous conflicts with humans, they had to give up their wild instincts in order to survive. Only two of the northern white rhinos are left on Earth. So the biotechnologists start a project to prevent its extinction. It was the humans that endangered them, but now it's also humans who are trying to save them.
The past year has been the time of laughter, tears, hope, and despair. The crew has visited 4 continents, in a total of 10 countries. We take a look at the past year which the production crew and three presenters have gone through as they think about the ideal way for humans to coexist with nature.
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