From the award-winning team that brought us 'EARTHflight' and 'Penguins: Spy in the Huddle' comes a revolutionary look at our pets.
In the forbidding Namib Desert, along the Skeleton Coast of Namibia, Dr. Philip Stander tracks a mysterious and remarkable quarry: lions.
In the animal world, looks aren't everything.
Veteran wildlife filmmaker Simon King takes on a new role in The Cheetah Orphans -- that of surrogate mother. After their cheetah mother is killed by a lion, Simon assumes the parenting responsibilities for the cubs, Toki and Sambu -- a life changing experience that Simon describes as "privileged, humbling and enriching."
The epic history of the Druids, one of more than a dozen packs now occupying the 2.2 million acres of Yellowstone, is documented in NATURE’sIn the Valley of the Wolves, was produced and shot in High Definition by Emmy-award winning filmmaker Bob Landis.
The waters off the tip of Southern Africa are a haven for sharks. Roughly 140 different species inhabit the cold waters along the western coast of the continent and the temperate seas along the east--huge, but harmless whale sharks, and predators like the fearsome Great White, 15-foot-long tiger sharks, swift short fin makos, and the sand tiger shark, one of a surprisingly large number of cannibalistic members of the animal kingdom, in which sibling rivalry reaches murderous extremes.