From rainforests, to savannah, to mountain peaks, to the comfort of our homes, get an in-depth look at what makes a cat, a cat.
NATURE braves the extreme conditions of Earth's southernmost continent for a close-up look at the varied Penguins of the Antarctic.
The history of chimps in our society is a history unlike any other. We have sent them into space, dressed them in costumes and demanded that they entertain us. Some have been adopted into human families until they "outgrew" their cuteness, many have been used to test our drugs or to help develop our vaccines, others have been infected with our most frightening diseases. While we are mesmerized by their likeness to our species and we have continually found uses for chimps, we never considered what they wanted or needed.
Step behind the yellow tape and become prime witnesses to the myriad of ways in which Crime Scene Creatures are making it increasingly difficult for criminals to get away with murder.
Africa's lion population appears to be declining at an alarming rate. NATURE's The Vanishing Lions searches for explanations and solutions to the troubling trend.
NATURE reveals the importance of an unlikely partnership between a regal tree and a tiny wasp in The Queen of Trees.