A growing number of invasive Burmese pythons have taken up residence in the wetlands of Florida.
Crow experts from around the world present us with captivating new footage of crows as we have never seen them before.
The two-part special "Dogs That Changed the World" tells the epic story of the wolf's evolution, how "man's best friend" changed human society and how we in turn have radically transformed dogs.
These tiny marvels dazzle and delight bird watchers all over the world, and NATURE reveals their stunning abilities as they have never been seen before.
Conservationist Rom Whitaker searches for the last of the supersize crocodiles among the titans of the croc world: Nile crocodiles, saltwater crocodiles, and gharials.
Just how smart are monkeys? Their curiosity leads them to try new things, but it’s their culture that teaches them much of what they know.
It seems everyone has their own skunk story. But what do we really know about these infamous black and white creatures?
A baby humpback enters the world and joins the 3,000 or more whales that congregate in the waters off Hawaii each winter. This is the story of her first year of life.
NATURE takes viewers into the simmering cauldron of one of the world's most extreme environments -- the hottest, driest place in North America.
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