From a promiscuous prairie dog to a kleptomaniac crab and an alpha chimpanzee who reigns with an iron fist, this three-part miniseries explores the most rebellious animals in the natural world.
From the award-winning team that brought us 'EARTHflight' and 'Penguins: Spy in the Huddle' comes a revolutionary look at our pets.
An intimate look into the lives of one of the world’s most intelligent and sensitive animals.
Sir David Attenborough explains how birds evolved and continue to survive despite their inability to soar.
Growing up in the wild is hard enough on young animals when they have parents to rely on for protection and guidance, but what happens when they lose their parents? How do they survive? Over the past few years, great strides have been made in understanding how to rescue and rehabilitate orphaned wildlife. But as the documentary shows, success often comes down to the efforts of individuals at animal rescue centers around the world who devote their lives to saving these vulnerable creatures, getting them back on their feet and, hopefully, releasing them back into the wild.
One of the most overlooked ecosystems on the continent consists of a massive sea of sagebrush that stretches across 11 states in the American West. This spartan yet spectacular landscape supports more than 170 species of hardscrabble birds and mammals, including deer, eagles, hawks, prairie dogs, cranes, songbirds, badgers and rabbits. And among those that have adapted to survive here are birds found no place else – Greater Sage-Grouse. These grouse lead remarkable lives mostly hidden in the sage. But once each year, males emerge for days on end to strut and display as prospective mates for extraordinarily discriminating females, ...