Brings us roaring volcanic lightning storms, terrifying firenadoes, extraordinary 600 mile long clouds and bizarre flying foam.
Neil Oliver visits the Buccaneer Archipelago to learn how Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm cultivates and harvests pearls.
In the upper reaches of this vast continent, survival is a daily battle. From avalanche-dodging grizzlies to head-bashing big horn sheep, from diving bears to cunning coyotes, we witness the extremes and the wonders of North America's mountains and forests.
Narrated by David Attenborough, this remarkable documetary uses footage from a remote camera that was disguised as a rock to observe cubs growing up into adult lions. Get closer to these beautiful cats like never before.
The beautiful and dramatic Scandinavian coastline is an ever-changing world of extremes with a dazzling variety of life. This episode looks at the animals which live literally on the edge.
The Indian desert is a breathtaking but inhospitable place to live. The lions, leopards and desert cats that call it home must endure sandstorms, droughts and relentless heat.
To fly like a bird, Earthflight not only captured remarkable images of wild flocks but also relied on some extraordinary relationships between people and birds. Filmed over four years, in six continents and more than 40 countries, the Earthflight team used many extraordinary techniques.
The jungles of India are battlefields ruled by tooth and claw, where species fight for space, food and water. Dominated by the Bengal Tiger and Indian Wild Dog, this world knows nothing of compassion.
A world of extreme storms and unpredictable blizzards, this land tests all those who set foot on it. From bunker building prairie dogs to the fastest land animals on the continent, the fight to survive shapes all who dare call this place home.
Narrated by David Attenborough, this film follows biologist Mat Pines who studied and lived with the wild Hamadryas baboons of Ethiopia for five years. In his final year we follow the fortunes of his favourite baboon Critical as he tries to find a family and fend off his aggressive male rivals. The local gun-toting Afar tribe have a traditional hatred of the baboons and before Mat leaves, he hopes to broker a peace between the baboons and the tribe.
Architect Stephen Cassell outlines the risk to New York City of rising sea levels and storm surges, and proposes a solution in the form of wetlands.
Winter has held Scandinavia prisoner for many months, locked in ice and silenced by bitter arctic winds. As the cold season comes to an end, longer days and warmer weather transform the land, uncovering a whole new world. But for countless new arrivals, the race for life is just beginning.
Trevor Long from Seaworld and Janet Lanyon from The University of Queensland team up to study the elusive dugong off the coast of Stadbroke Island. The groundbreaking research includes capturing the massive mammal for sampling and study.
Richard Hammond concludes his look at miracles in the natural world by discovering some incredible animal super-powers. Creatures that can create slime as strong as steel, survive massive extremes of temperature or even turn invisible.
How does a hurricane come to be? What impact do these giant whirlwinds make on the global climate? It has only recently been established that over 80 percent of the hurricanes that slam the East Coast of the United States are first formed above the African savannah. In recent years researchers have uncovered increasing numbers of mysterious interactions between different natural phenomena
Take an extraordinary journey through North America and meet the incredible array of exotic wildlife that lives there. Through epic cinematography and compelling storytelling, experience their struggle for survival in this land of extremes.
Sir David Attenborough discovers two examples where Nature has tinkered with the aging process to a different effect. The first grows old while trapped in a young body and the second looks old from birth but may hold the key to a long life.
The unique features of the single spiral tusk of the narwhal has inspired tales of unicorns, and the twist of the snail shell has delighted and fascinated naturalists and artists since the dawn of civilisation.
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