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.
Everyone loves macaws. Playful, intelligent, beautiful, they are the stars of parrot parks and zoos, and the cherished pets of devoted owners around the world. NATURE’s The Real Macaw offers bird lovers the rare opportunity to enjoy these beautiful birds in their natural habitats rather than in pet stores and cages.
Watch the drama unfold as Cloud struggles to keep his family intact in the face of challenges both natural and man made.
Each year, in the late summer, a region known as the Red Triangle bustles with marine mammal activity--and great white sharks.
The Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa is a world of extremes, its apparent emptiness punctuated by explosions of life. Relentless cycles of dry and wet, scarcity and plenty, dictate which creatures can live here, and which will die. These two remarkable films provide a masterful account of the inner workings of one of the last truly wild places on earth.
While praised as protectors, hippos are often seen as violently aggressive, destroying crops and sometimes harming those who underestimate their surprising speed and agility. NATURE takes you to the sands of the Luangwa River's Hippo Beach to explore these fascinating animals.
NATURE’s The Lost World will take you to the very heart of a world that precious few have visited. This land of incredible beauty and abundance, of harrowing rides and deadly climbs, harbors a journey you will never forget — and a story millions of years in the making.
Thousands of tons of war wreckage sank into the fabled lagoons of the South Pacific islands during the naval and air battles of World War II. But instead of devastating the region’s underwater ecology, the detritus of human conflict turned into artificial reefs, upon which fantastic mini-ecosystems took shape.
Unexplained declines in many wildlife species have created A Mystery in Alaska. The Steller’s sea lions that populate Alaska's coastline are rapidly disappearing from one of the last great wildlife strongholds of the world, and no one knows why. Naturalist filmmaker Shane Moorebrings a sense of urgency and new understanding to this puzzle in this film.
Over a period of six years, Jehan Kumara, a businessman from Sri Lanka’s capital city of Colombo, and Dr. Ravi Samarasinha, a physician from the local countryside, devoted their spare time to tracking leopards in Yala, which contains the largest concentrations of leopards in the world.