An orphaned otter learns how to dive, hunt, eat, and fend for herself in the wild, where survival is a long shot at best.
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.
Acclaimed wildlife filmmakers capture the first intimate portrait of the world's most elusive cat.
Most big cats do their best to remain hidden from human eyes, but none are quite as adept at this as the snow leopard. Hard to capture on camera, these rare cats were finally spotted by the filmmakers after over a month of tracking. Watch their tireless efforts in Silent Roar: Searching for the Snow Leopard.
NATURE's Violent Hawaii reveals a tropical paradise shaped by the most brutal forces of the natural world.
A look at the grizzly bear's remarkable recovery and examines the controversy behind the conservation success story.