The Okavango Delta is one of the world's largest inland deltas and supports a variety of life as rich as any you will see in Africa. Yet this lush wetland of islands and lagoons lies in the middle of the vast, featureless Kalahari Desert. This is the story of how it happens. Following groups of wildlife, including hippos, baboons, catfish, kingfishers, leopards, warthogs and elephants, the film reveals how the yearly flood transforms the landscape and impacts their lives. But more surprisingly, it reveals how, with the help of termites and hippos, the flood actually creates this extraordinary delta in the first place.
Biologist and broadcaster Monty Halls moves with his family to the Galapagos Islands, to experience the wonders and challenges of his favourite place on Earth.
Australia's most famous furry face, the kangaroo, is profiled in this hop-along series, featuring the eastern grey kangaroo colonies. Two kangaroo mothers are spotlighted.
Dr Chris Brown travels to Namibia, where he works with the cheetah population at a sanctuary. He also performs a health check on baby meerkats.
We meet Rebecca White, a laboratory assistant and tutor at the University of Melbourne, who spends her days unravelling the science of plants for students.
Dr Jane Goodall is well known for her research on chimpanzee behaviour in the wild. This documentary showcases her trips to China and introduces some of the fascinating people, places and animals of this ancient country.
Svalbard in the Arctic spends many months of the year in complete darkness, an unrelenting frozen winter with temperatures down to -40 Celsius. But when the sun finally reappears, the landscape magically transforms from an ice world into a rich tundra, full of exotic plants,birds, arctic foxes, polar bears, walrus and reindeer. This film captures the changes in all their glory and reveals how this transformation is only possible thanks to some bizarre micro-organisms that feed on ice and the stunning abilities of migrating birds.
New England is the stage for the most incredible colour change on earth, when the vivid greens of summer give way to the golds and reds of autumn.
A mob of kangaroos, which can consist of two to 100 animals, is spotlighted.
Dr Chris Brown travels to Costa Rica to help a sloth with a life-threatening injury. He also captures and treats a capuchin monkey with an unidentified skin disease.
Dr Chris Brown returns to Australia to investigate a deadly disease that's killing koalas. He also travels to a remote Indigenous town being overrun by dogs.
We discover how Gardening Australia presenter Jerry Coleby-Williams fell in love with plants and gardening.
With their world encased in snow and ice, animals must find inventive ways to survive the cold. Caribou become ice road travellers, and snow monkeys find a warm bath.
The world's most spectacular transformations happen in autumn. While chipmunks and beavers rush to stash their winter supplies, many animals must battle for mates.
Craig Scott is a fourth generation cut flower grower on the NSW Central Coast and is especially fond of using different Australian native plants.
How fast does the Earth spin?
Perhaps Australia's most iconic creature of all, these cuddly looking little characters are as resilient as they are cute, facing an array of challenges as they struggle to live and breed in their ever changing habitat.
Every year, seasons transform our planet. As they sweep across the world, they drive all life on Earth, bringing huge opportunities and great challenges to everything. This episode celebrates summer and the extraordinary challenges it brings.
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