Giant-wave surfers from around the world couldn't walk away from the largest waves ever recorded.
Cracking the Koala Code explores the day-to-day dramas of an extended family of koalas, seen through the eyes of the scientists studying their every move and vocalization. Watch a preview of the film.
The red knot makes one of the longest migrations of any animal. To accomplish this feat, it relies on the eggs of the horseshoe crab. Without these eggs, the red knot is in danger.
(Airs Sunday, August 2) NATURE explores the fascinating world of wildlife-related forensics in Crime Scene Creatures.
(Premieres Sunday, September 26) As the possibility of an end to the U.S. trade embargo looms, Cuba’s wildlife hangs in the balance. Could Cuba set an example for development and conservation around the world?
It may be renowned for its politics and its cigars, but Cuba is home to some of the most unusual creatures on earth.
NATURE's "Deep Jungle: Monsters of the Forest" takes you in depth, home to millions of marvelous species, and be treated to a front-row seat to the Amazon.
We all have a picture in our mind's eye of what Earth's great jungles look like. But you've never seen tropical forests like this before.
Accompany researchers in "Deep Jungle: The Beast Within" as they explore tropical forests for clues about the origins of humans and what our own future might hold.
In the forbidding Namib Desert, along the Skeleton Coast of Namibia, Dr. Philip (Flip) Stander tracks a mysterious and remarkable quarry: lions.
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