David Attenborough looks at meat eaters - the hunter and the hunted. Speed, endurance and an ability to manoeuvre have helped these mammals to outwit each other and occupy their own niches.
David Attenborough explores the natural world of mammals. Chisel sharp incisors: from the agoutis of Panama, which chew through the toughest surface as if it was butter, to beavers which fell massive tress with their front teeth.
David Attenborough with the most diverse group of animals on earth. The creatures that eat plants rather than animals are some of the biggest predators on earth. Their prey can be heavily armoured, indigestible and even poisonous.
David Attenborough introduces the most diverse group of animals on earth. Insect eating mammals have thrived since the advent of mammals. Included in this success story are musk shrews, hedgehogs, anteaters, armadillos and bats.
The warm blooded, furry, mammalian body, in all its variations, really is a winning design. Sir David Attenborough introduces the most diverse group of animals on earth, all uniquely adapted to local environmental conditions.
The aftermath of the devastating fire has left a blackened smoking wasteland, but rain soon brings hope to the scorched earth.
Chief vet Dr Paul Calle gives an update on Nadia, the Bronx Zoo's Malayan tiger who tested positive for COVID-19. Experts advise on all things coronavirus and animals.
As once green areas of Australia are increasingly left waterless, we are beginning to see new weather events as a result.
Australian survivors of the deadly Asian tsunami and Krakatoa explosions relive these catastrophic events, while scientists explain the science behind these volcanic occurrences.
The dry season is now upon the animals of the Serengeti.
Researchers are uncovering our inner demons, looking for ways to neutralise the source of evil in the brain. But can psychopaths who lack empathy be helped?
A thought-provoking and awe-inspiring film that examines not only the practical applications of AI, but also the ethical questions raised by these developments.
Shark experts Brandon McMillan and Jimi Partington return to Guadalupe Island to search for the largest great white in the world, Deep Blue. Can they unravel the mystery?
Across six months in 2016, Sydney was hit by extreme and unexpected weather. These are the stories of those who witnessed these events and the science behind what caused it.
From 2011 to 2013, parts of Queensland were slammed by ferocious floods. Now, through footage from those who were there and scientists tracking these storms, the devastation is revealed.
Would the skull and upper torso of an ancient child, discovered in the soil of a Moroccan cave, fill up the missing chapters of our history?
What if death wasn't the end? To truly live again, we must resurrect our bodies and minds and scientists are now developing ways to digitally preserve the contents of our brains.
This film is the story of the birth, life, and death of one storm: Lucy. Beginning its tumultuous journey as an ominous sandstorm in Senegal, heading west across the Atlantic to toss enormous ships and waves topsy-turvy, then crashing into the jungles of the Caribbean, we live inside this hurricane, and it is truly awesome, scary and incredible.
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