Nocturnal animals have special adaptations that help them survive in the dark.
This video from the Nature miniseries Okavango: River of Dreams illustrates how elephants impact this river delta ecosystem.
This video from the Nature miniseries Okavango: River of Dreams shows how African Jacanas’ unique feet help them search for food and hide from predators.
Naturalists use scientific reasoning to explain unusual behavior in this video from NATURE: Undercover in the Jungle. When a spider monkey climbs down from the treetops, naturalists wonder why it would unnecessarily risk its life for a drink of water.
Learn about the work of naturalists, and how cameras can be a useful tool to help gain a better understanding of nature.
In the 1960s, a young scientist named Bob Paine manipulated the small ecosystems in tidepools of the Pacific Northwest. Learn how this simple experiment led to a revolutionary discovery.
Learn how scientists reintroduced wild dogs to keep overgrazing animals in-check with videos from NATURE: The Serengeti Rules.
From the southern reaches of Patagonia to the islands of the Indian Ocean, students are invited to explore a wide range of stories that showcase why “keystone” is a critical term in understanding how systems function.