Meerkat Madness: Walking with Meerkats (also titled Murder, Mayhem and Meerkats when it aired with a program about Banded Mongooses) is a 30 minute documentary made in 2000, featuring the famous meerkat group, the Lazuli. The documentary was never released on DVD or VHS.
Meerkat experts Tim Clutton-Brock and Grant McIlrath explain and research the hardships of meerkat life, as the group fights for territory, avoid flying predators, take on deadly puff adders, raise a litter of pups and co-operate in order to survive in the Kalahari Desert.
- Ziziphus: The dominant female, recognised by the slit on her right ear.
- Belgarion: The dominant male of the Lazuli, he wears the radio collar.
- Figaro: A sub-adult male and the group's main sentry.
- Lulu: A subordinate female who helps teach pups how to hunt.
- Litter of Seven Pups: Unnamed in the film but they were really Grumpy, Sleepy, Sneezy, Doc, Dopey, Happy and Bashful.
The title is a reference to the popular BBC show Walking with Dinosaurs as well as it's sequel and prequel.