In the frigid valleys of Japan’s Shiga Highlands, a troop of snow monkeys make their way and raise their families in a complex society of rank and privilege where each knows their place.
NATURE’s Life in Death Valley takes viewers into the simmering cauldron of one of the world’s most extreme environments. Explore the mystique and the majesty of the largest park in the continental United States.
Underwater cameraman Bob Cranston explores the remarkable world of marine creatures called cephalopods, which include squids, cuttlefish, octopi, and nautili.
More than 250,000 pets — from cats and dogs to parrots and fish — were left stranded by Hurricane Katrina's destruction. NATURE’s Katrina’s Animal Rescue tells the remarkable and heart-wrenching story of those who came to the aid of these abandoned animals. Follow volunteers on NATURE’s Katrina’s Animal Rescue as they rescue animal survivors and reunite them with their families.
During the hours that separated December 2004's cataclysmic earthquake off Sumatra and the devastating tsunami that followed, witnesses reported unusual animal behavior. In the following days, rescuers and surveyors noticed something equally unusual: they found not a single dead animal.
NATURE’s Killers in Eden examines a remarkable and mysterious partnership between killer whales and whalers. In the town of Eden on the southeast coast of Australia, whalers and killer whales engaged in a curious case of interspecies cooperation.
Join filmmaker Hardy Jones in his crusade to protect dolphins
NATURE's The Venom Cure reveals poisonous creatures that may one day save your life.
For nearly 40 years an albino gorilla named Snowflake was adored by people around the world.
Protected by its isolation, the wildlife of Cuba has remained naturally preserved, untouched, and unexplored. Through a special arrangement with the Cuban government, unprecedented access was granted to film the island’s natural riches. Join NATURE in exploring Cuba’s coral reefs, swamps, forests, and caves to uncover the astonishing diversity of life on the island.