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The Last Orangutan Eden

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to the jungles of Northern Sumatra to document the work being done to save its population of wild orangutans. Asia’s most intelligent ape once roamed across the Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Java, but today, fewer than 7,000 Sumatran orangutans remain in the wild. The film cites rapid deforestation — clearing the land for vast palm oil plantations — as the chief reason for the species’ declining population.

Premiered February 25, 2015
Video expires June 4, 2016

Invasion of the Killer Whales

In the last few years scientists and local Inuits have started noting an ever-growing number of killer whales in Arctic waters in the summer months. More and more have been attracted to these huge hunting grounds by the growing expanses of open water. And they are attacking exactly the same prey animals as the polar bears: seals, narwhal, belugas and bowhead whales.

Premiered November 19, 2014

A Sloth Named Velcro

In the year 2000, a young journalist, named Ana, has a chance encounter with a tiny orphaned sloth, which she names Velcro. For nearly two years, the pair is inseparable until Ana reintroduces Velcro back to the wild. This is the story Ana's return to Central and South America to see how much has changed since Velcro came into her life.

Premiered November 5, 2014