Steve returns to South America. He joins a team trying to save a highly endangered predator, the Orinoco crocodile, and witnesses the ferocious maternal instincts of a female.
This time Steve and the crew travel to Venezuela in search of more lethal animal predators for the Deadly list. First they comb the Venezuelan wetlands looking for the biggest snake in the world, the mighty green anaconda.
It's all about giving into temptation on this sweet episode. From honeycomb to sherbet it's all covered on this sensationally salivating episode.
If it's fun, quirky or cool, we are checking it out in this totally random episode full of chainsaw art, goats and extreme wheelchair sport.
Steve and the crew return to Mexico in search of more animals to add to the Deadly 60. Steve searches a swamp at night for a rare and beautiful crocodile with a nasty bite, before heading to the stunning Mexican coastline.
Get ready to go wild. We're searching for spiny crayfish, plus hanging out with platypuses, alligators and some adorable baby bilbies.
This stunning series delves deep into the heart of these habitats, breaking down each intricate ecosystem, introducing the animals that live there, and revealing the fine balances of its existence.
Steve and the crew head to the mountain kingdom of Nepal to search for more animal predators to add to the Deadly 60. Steve enlists the help of an elephant to track down a very grumpy rhinoceros.
Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia accounting for up to 70 per cent of cases. After the age of 65, the chance of getting the disease doubles every five years. Given there's no cure, it's scary stuff. But mounting research suggests that Alzheimer's can be delayed - and even prevented. In this episode we explore how lifestyle choices today may affect our chances of cognitive decline in the future. From what we eat to how much we move, even how we sleep ... scientists are suggesting that the power to push back the disease is largely in our hands.
Professor Brian Cox travels to Iceland, the Serengeti, Caribbean, Swiss Alps and a volcano to reveal the science behind the colours of the planet.
Science series exploring how the latest scientific discoveries are changing our lives, investigating controversies and celebrating innovation across the world.
This series drags science out of the classroom and takes experiments outdoors. Each episode is hosted by a different child from anywhere in the world, where they do a number of surprising experiments.
No Bunsen burners or laboratories here, this is science for everybody, anywhere. Wherever the kids want to take it, in the garden, in the kitchen or in the shed, this is science by kids for kids.
With footage of earthquakes, engaging graphics and interviews with seismic survey teams, this program provides a fantastic introduction to waves and how they are used.
Steve and his crew are back in the jungles of South America for this adventure. Steve heads into crocodile infested waters for a spooky nocturnal encounter with a truly shocking predator, the electric eel.
Richard Hammond investigates the crucial role water plays, in all its forms. He tries to weigh a cloud, finds out how rain could crush a car and gets involved in starting an avalanche.
Keeping Up with Science Keeping up with science can be tough! Luckily, SCOPE is here to lend a helping hand! We delve into the fascinating sport of drone racing, we learn how dragonflies are helping develop the latest in automated robotics and we explore the bizarre pollinating habits of the blue banded bee! Drone Racing: It's fast, furious, and it's the latest high-tech sport to take the world by storm! Join junior drone racing champion Thomas Bitmatta as he explains the ins and outs of this futuristic fascination! Dragonfly Robot: Dragonflies may be small, but their eyes actually make them one of the most efficient hunters on the planet! Zahra Bagheri from the University of Adelaide is trying to take that natural ability and use it to improve target detection and tracking in robots! DIY Science - Magnetic Slime: Slime is pretty cool on its own, but what happens when you add magnets? Join junior scientist Luci as she makes her very own slime ... that appears to have a life of its own. Chocolate Factory: We go on a tour of a chocolate factory through the eyes of engineer Kirk Jatczak. He shows us all the amazing high tech machinery he gets to work with every single day... and the chocolate. Head banging Bees: Bees play an important role in the ecosystem through pollination. But not all bees pollinate the same way. We join Dr Sridhar Ravi from RMIT as he explains the unique way in which the Australian blue-banded bee extracts pollen! It's all covered on this speedy episode of SCOPE; where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
The team brings you the latest in action, adventure and wildlife from Australia and around the globe.
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