The final film in the series reveals how the reef is crucially connected to the rest of the planet - and how climate change will affect it's future.
Of all continents on Earth, none preserve the story of the formation of our planet and the evolution of life quite like Australia. Nowhere else can you simply jump in a car and travel back through the entire history of the world. Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide takes you on a rollicking adventure from the birth of the Earth to the emergence of the world we know today. Buckle up for a rocky ride down the Road of Time with series host Dr Richard Smith. Over four one-hour episodes, we meet titanic dinosaurs and giant kangaroos, sea monsters and prehistoric crustaceans, disappearing mountains and exploding asteroids.
Catalyst's Mark Horstman investigates the affect of the Snowy Flow Response Program releasing a flood of water in an effort to restore the ecology of the Snowy River.
Witness some of the world's greatest wildlife phenomena and natural wonders through the eyes of birds in this natural history series. Amazing sights from five continents will be revealed in a whole new light as the journeys of snow geese, cranes, falcons, albatross, eagles and other birds are documented using new, cutting-edge filming techniques and state-of-the-art spycams.
Tectonic forces continue to shape the Mediterranean as Greece breaks away from Europe.
In this clip, the past 200 million years of tectonic plate movement is explained in less than four minutes.
From turtles that migrate thousands of miles across the Pacific Ocean, to whales travelling here each year from the Antarctic, creatures cover vast distances to visit the reef.
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On A Wing And A Prayer follows the incredible life cycle of the Carnaby's cockatoo through the engaging story of one small cockatoo family. Capturing a remarkable never filmed before journey of life and love for one of Australia's most loved, but critically endangered birds.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is an icon, one of the natural wonders of the world and the largest living structure on our planet. Stunningly produced by the BBC and narrated by Karl Stefanovic, this fascinating series explores the full 2000 kilometre length of the Great Barrier Reef, capturing all the magic, from its immense scale to the most intimate detail.
In Project Manta, the fourth of The Wild Ones wildlife documentaries series, we meet the Manta ray, one of the largest of all marine animals, and yet one of the oceans' best kept secrets. Weighing up to two tons, these mesmerising creatures glide through the oceans like giant shadows.
In the second of our new strand of Wild Ones natural history documentaries, we meet the mob of 'street smart' kangaroos moving into Australia's capital city and the ecologists following their every move.
The expedition of cameramen, explorers and scientists shifts from their tropical jungle base to high altitude following extraordinary rumours of tigers living in the mountains. They make camp at 300m, wondering if the tigers could possibly have adapted to such an extreme environment.
The tiger-hunting team strike out from their riverbank base camp to track down the animals throughout Bhutan. Explorer Steve Backshall heads to the eastern jungles, on a rafting expedition, stocked with cameras and camping equipment, but the journey along the mighty white water is exhilarating and terrifying.
Sydney, 2009. At the end of an unusually hot summer three terrifying shark attacks in as many weeks caused a wave of panic to sweep through Australia's biggest city. Not since the summer of 1963, when a thirty-two-year-old actress lost her life to a vicious shark attack in knee-deep water, had Sydney been gripped by such collective fear. Shark Harbour follows a specialist 'Shark Research Team' - commissioned by the NSW government in response to the surge in attacks - as they conduct the most comprehensive and technologically advanced study of sharks that's ever been undertaken in Australia.
An expedition team comprising tiger experts, photographers, adventurers, a naturalist and a scientist, venture high into Bhutan in the Himalayas in search of big cats. They are searching for a secret tiger population which could save the magnificent creatures from extinction.
The South American cane toad's unstoppable journey across the Australian continent has long been the focus of great controversy and bizarre fascination. The cane toad was introduced to Australia in 1935 in an attempt to control the greyback cane beetle. Unfortunately, the toads were disinclined to eat the beetles. Instead, they set about doing what cane toads do best - multiplying, migrating and thriving. 75 years later, in a country equipped with unprecedented scientific capabilities and unabated public will to battle the invasion, it seems nothing will stop the march of the toad.
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