Geologists, ecologists, researchers and adventurers investigate how the changing climate is affecting one of America’s greatest wildernesses.
One of the world’s best known animal researchers surveys the results of more than three decades of painstaking study in JANE GOODALL’S WILD CHIMPANZEES.
This special Web companion to NATURE’S miniseries takes you into the bizarre, fascinating world of insects with amazing graphics. Read the articles to learn more about how insects reproduce, live together in society, migrate, and battle for survival.
Penguins spend most of their lives at sea as fast and powerful predators -- a stark contrast to the clumsy, waddling penguin on land.Ttravel to The World of Penguins to discover the great variety of these aquatic birds.
NATURE’s takes you into the depths of the ocean to discover the secrets of INCREDIBLE SUCKERS. As new machines explore this inner universe and penetrate depths beyond our reach, we are finding creatures — such as cephalopods — that defy our imagination.
An astonishing diversity of life forms find their mates and conceive, raise, and protect their offspring.
Fraser's. Hector's. Spinner. Rough-toothed. Bottlenose. They are just a few of the nearly three dozen species of dolphin that glide through the earth's oceans, at home in a watery world most air-breathing mammals would find hostile. But as NATURE's <em>Dolphins: Close Encounters</em> shows, these small whales have proved remarkably rugged and intelligent.
When it comes to zebras, it's not all black and white. These spirited, striped African horses have rich, complex lives, as NATURE's Horse Tigers shows.