Southern Africa is a riot of life and colour. But if it was not for two great ocean currents that sweep around and shape the continent's Great Cape it would be a desert.
The final episode explores the Andes - the longest continental mountain range in the world.
The very heart of Africa is covered in dense tropical rainforest. The animals that live here find the most ingenious ways to carve out their space in a claustrophobic landscape.
This episode looks at the Pantanal - a vast, wild expanse in the centre of South America and the world's largest wetland. Every year it's drowned by immense floods, then parched by severe drought.
To survive here, creatures must be able to deal with unpredictable twists and turns - wet turning to dry, famine to feast. But it also supports more large mammals here than anywhere else on Earth.
This series explores Latin America's most iconic and dramatic locations. This episode takes us to Venezuela, exploring the river Orinoco, discovering a delta haunted by pumas and festooned with Scarlet Ibis.
In this blockbuster series, Sir David Attenborough reveals Africa as you've never seen it before. This is a journey through five extraordinarily diverse regions of an amazing continent.
This episode follows a year in Patagonia, the southernmost part of South America, and looks at how animals survive in the most unlikely places.
Trek across the mountainous peaks and volcanic slopes of the Andes; explore the windswept plains of the Patagonian wilderness; journey into the teeming forests of the Amazon, and wade through the giant swamps of Venezuela, as this beautiful five-part series celebrates Latin America's most iconic and dramatic locations.
In the final episode, Chris travels across the world, from Iceland to Brazil, to Bangladesh and the Maldives. His aim: to reveal the secrets of the world's watery habitats - fresh and salty.
Creatures and adaptations of the bathypelagic zone.
Hatchetfish in the twilight zone from Blue Planet
Jacqui Katona and Dave Sweeney describe how Indigenous land rights and environmental activists blocked Jabiluka uranium mine.
Scavengers eating dead grey whale at the bottom of the ocean
Naturalist Chris Packham reveals how animals help balance the ecosystem and contribute towards the survival of the world's plains. He investigates how white rhinos in Kenya create essential nitrogen hotspots by trimming and fertilising grass, how fruit-eating maned wolves control the Brazilian Cerrado, how the Australian outback is managed by rat kangaroos and bandicoots, and how termites are a worldwide source of protein.
Naturalist Chris Packham embarks on a quest to highlight some of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet. Along the way, he details the intricate - and often unexpected - connections between various species that thrive in symbiosis, and showcases the habitats that make life on Earth possible.
When a posse of jumping jack ants stumble across a long-legged green-bellied huntsman, it's a feud with a biting finish. Who will be left standing when a fierce predatory katydid takes on the sharp-eyed green praying mantis?
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