description of how the Eastern water dragon has changed its appearance and behaviours to suit the urban environment
The force of human induced change has been rapid and dramatic, so animal populations have reacted in rapid and dramatic ways. We meet Australia's contemporary success stories, and those being left behind.
A colony of emperor penguins arrive in Atka Bay, after three months at sea, to raise their chicks through the coming winter.
There exists a wild and unsung Paris that we do not suspect. Let's take a walk on the city's wild side, and set off in search of its secret tales.
This program brings together 15 ordinary Australians to take part in a revealing scientific experiment - to see if practicing mindfulness can help treat conditions like chronic pain, anxiety and stress that affect millions of us.
From pouch breeding marsupials, to big birds, to bats and terrifying reptiles, we go deep inside the world's smallest continent to see it's diverse and unique species.
A group of Adelaide students explain how they took out the 2018 F1 in Schools World Championship in Singapore and also won the Fastest Car Award.
We relate the destinies of animals that stroll through town in search of food, love and adventures, while men go about their daily lives.
We move from the continent's snow-covered peaks to its ancient rainforests and tropical savannahs, discovering how it is animals have learnt to thrive across the continent's harsh and beautiful extremes.
The Tasmanian devil is an extraordinary creature. It is the world's largest carnivorous marsupial, with the sharpest teeth, strongest jaws and noisiest shriek of any Australian marsupial. We follow their colourful battles for dominance, displays of aggression and violent disagreements across the generations.
A group of chimps in Senegal is led by an alpha male named Dave.
With Australia in the grip of an allergy epidemic, we set up a pop-up clinic to help understand why so many of us are suffering from these conditions - and to reveal the latest science about what we can do to treat and hopefully prevent them. Hosted by Shalin Naik and Caroline West with expert immunologists Dianne Campbell and Connie Katelaris.
Journeying through Australia's three surrounding oceans and islands, we discover an explosion of life in the spectacular Southern Ocean, the sanctuary of the Pacific, and the Indian Ocean, with its awe-inspiring predators.
Earth has undergone severe changes in temperature since its inception. With the planet facing another change in temperature, dramatic sequences reveal what consequences future generations are in for.
In the second of two episodes, host Paul West challenges four families to successfully keep a honeybee hive, bringing these Australians up close to the science about bee communication and behaviour.
Ten years after Black Saturday, the traumatised survivors reveal how they found the strength to recover from the worst bushfire disaster in Australian history.
In the first of two episodes, host Paul West challenges four families to successfully keep a honeybee hive, bringing these Australians up close to the science about bee communication and behaviour.
Professor Stephen Hawking is going to help you think like a genius, reveal your true potential and answer some big questions about the world around us.
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