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NATURE brings the beauty and wonder of the natural world into your home, becoming in the process the benchmark for natural history programs.

Two pine marten kits grow up over several months.
See the spectacular wildlife of The Burren in Ireland through the eyes of a pine marten.
Basking sharks are typically solitary but large groups have recently been found together.
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See the spectacular wildlife of The Burren in Ireland through the eyes of a pine marten.
Witness a moving view into the effects of war on animals and the humans who help them.
The most famous grizzly bear in the world attempts to raise cubs amid conflicts with people.
See the extreme ways in which raptors conquer the toughest habitats on Earth.
From giant eagles to miniature falconets, meet the many species of raptors.
Patrick Dykstra has a life-changing encounter with a sperm whale and uncovers their world.
Sir David Attenborough and experts unearth the fossil of the largest Jurassic predator.
Follow scientists racing against the clock to save the world’s migratory shorebirds.
Get an intimate look at a silverback family in Gabon’s Loango National Park.
A Madagascan chameleon and a Scottish water vole travel to secure their bloodline.
A Taiwanese Pangolin and a Brazilian Lion Tamarin family travel to a strange new world.
A baby turtle in Canada and a young bushbaby in South Africa search for a safe new home.
Spy creatures showcase the challenges of ocean life.
Spy creatures uncover surprising undersea relationships.
Spy creatures explore animal emotions and the deep feelings we share.
Spy creatures reveal an ocean full of startling ways of thinking.
A Tasmanian man befriends a platypus while protecting the species from urban development.
David Attenborough presents seven of the most remarkable animal songs found in nature.
A Caribbean coral reef discovery marks a new chapter in understanding and saving corals.
Embark to Niagara Falls and witness its amazing beauty and the wildlife that call it home.
Discover the powerful effect hummingbirds have over their wild neighbors in Costa Rica.
Join scientists as they go to extraordinary lengths to understand wild dogs.
How do wild dogs survive and thrive in the wild?
Meet the many species of canids, the family of wild dogs.
Experience the soul of the ocean in a never-before-seen look at life underwater.
Immerse yourself in Scotland with its magnificent 500-year-old Scots pine tree.
Dive deep into South Texas to meet one of America’s most endangered cats: the ocelot.
Get an intimate look at what makes woodpeckers so special. Narrated by Paul Giamatti.
Journey from Canada’s Arctic to the boreal forest and discover how animals survive.
Follow the great wildebeest migration in East Africa, one of nature’s most amazing events.
Discover the wildlife and landscapes of Portugal, from its forests to coasts.
Follow the planet’s longest land-animal migration in Alaska.
Discover the true character of one of the planet’s largest land mammals, the hippo bull.
Meet the uniquely American horse breeds that helped shape our nation.
The story of South Africa’s sardine run is brought vividly to life on camera.
Meet all 18 species of penguins from around the world.
Australian animals take cameras into their secret world.
Get a first-person look at the lives of ocean creatures like sharks, turtles and gannets.
Young animals face new challenges as winter envelopes the Rocky Mountains.
From spring to summer, follow new animal mothers through the trials of raising a family.
The slow worm is neither a snake nor a worm but a legless lizard.
Witness a moving view into the effects of war on animals and the humans who help them.
Ukrainian citizens are coming together to rescue pets left behind by those forced to flee.
Meet Patron, the bomb-detecting Jack Russell terrier who has saved countless lives.
Shafa, a cat in Borodyanka, was rescued from a severely war-damaged building.
Go behind the scenes with Director Anton Ptushkin, as he navigates filming in a war zone.
Crowds await the arrival of Grizzly 399, the most famous bear in Grand Teton National Park.
The most famous grizzly bear in the world attempts to raise cubs amid conflicts with people.
As their population expands, some states feel grizzlies should no longer be protected.
Filmmakers rush to shoot photos of Grizzly 399 and her cubs as they emerge from hibernation.
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