Chief vet Dr Paul Calle gives an update on Nadia, the Bronx Zoo's Malayan tiger who tested positive for COVID-19. Experts advise on all things coronavirus and animals.
The dry season is now upon the animals of the Serengeti.
Researchers are uncovering our inner demons, looking for ways to neutralise the source of evil in the brain. But can psychopaths who lack empathy be helped?
Agriculture is facing huge shocks from climate change, and the world's agri-food system is also one of the biggest causes of climate change. How can our food practices become more resilient in the face of climate change?
A thought-provoking and awe-inspiring film that examines not only the practical applications of AI, but also the ethical questions raised by these developments.
Shark experts Brandon McMillan and Jimi Partington return to Guadalupe Island to search for the largest great white in the world, Deep Blue. Can they unravel the mystery?
Examine the story of the eugenics movement and its long history in the US, from its beginnings in the study of heredity, to its rise as a popular movement promising to uplift the human race through state sponsored sterilisation, to its influence on immigration laws designed to close our borders to groups deemed genetically inferior.
Would the skull and upper torso of an ancient child, discovered in the soil of a Moroccan cave, fill up the missing chapters of our history?
As we reach the end of the East Australian Current, its remaining flow mixes into the Antarctic Circumpolar Current and the Indian Ocean. Our whales finally leave Tasmania's temperate waters on their journey to Antarctica.
What if death wasn't the end? To truly live again, we must resurrect our bodies and minds and scientists are now developing ways to digitally preserve the contents of our brains.
This film is the story of the birth, life, and death of one storm: Lucy. Beginning its tumultuous journey as an ominous sandstorm in Senegal, heading west across the Atlantic to toss enormous ships and waves topsy-turvy, then crashing into the jungles of the Caribbean, we live inside this hurricane, and it is truly awesome, scary and incredible.
A documentary exploring how the monthly cycle of the moon shapes life on Earth.
Using cutting-edge science, 3D mapping of the Earth, and CGI reconstruction of past disasters, this captivating documentary unveils tsunamis' complex mechanics in an attempt to predict the future ones. Thanks to exclusive access in Palu, Indonesia - where a violent and very unusual tsunami recently occurred - we follow the UN's hand-picked scientific team of 'tsunami hunters' on restricted areas and into their labs, to determine what exactly caused this tsunami, and why it was so deadly.
For hundreds of years, it was thought dinosaurs ruled the planet as scaly, reptilian beasts. But new findings are proving that theory wrong, and painting an entirely new picture of the dinosaur world.
Ride the East Australian Current through the subtropical marine environments of New South Wales with a pod of migrating humpback whales, as we explore how the warm flow sustains and transforms whole ecosystems.
This episode dissects the fateful 15 seconds of the 1995 Kobe Earthquake through re-enactment drama and scientific analyses.
Can there be such a thing as nothing? The work of scientists may uncover what our cosmos is made of and when it might collapse into an empty void again.
Ecologist Anja Murray meets with scientists and citizen scientists to try and understand why pollinator numbers, including wild Irish bees, are falling so rapidly.
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