A look back in time to find out how plants have been essential to the development of all life on the planet
For hundreds of years' scientists have preserved plants in herbariums. Join junior scientist Jayden as he learns how to make his very own.
Duane Strauss helps build a frog pond and learns they're a good thing to have in your garden, helping to control pests and revive habitats.
In this Australian production, Nat Geo Wild reveals the secret lives of a small group of dolphins in Shark Bay, WA. We follow their triumphs and tragedies as they live alongside their nemesis, the tiger shark.
Join an aerial odyssey across Australia's iconic landmarks of Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef, and Lake Eyre as we reveal how these unique environments affect the creatures who call them home.
Liz and Martin investigate Mount Vesuvius only to discover that the people of Naples live under the shadow of another more deadly super volcano.
Liz and Martin visit Japan, to witness the battle that rages between the people and the land they live on.
An active volcano with the power to plunge the whole world into a brutal dark age is rising for the sea in the heart of Asia.
Liz and Martin travel to the tropical paradise of Hawaii to investigate how evidence of catastrophic events in its geological past revealed a pattern of destruction.
Scientists research coral reproduction, known as spawning. Spawning happens at certain times of the year according to the lunar cycle.
Today, Alex reports on controlled burns in the bushland. We learn it's a twopronged rejuvenation process to protect our native flora. Disproportionate growth of some tall trees blocks the sunlight needed, while fallen leaves smother new native growth. Burnt down to ash, the forest floor turns to fertile soil!
Mangroves are the home to many different animals and sea creatures and play the crucial role of protecting coastlines against erosion during big storms. Unfortunately, due to the impact of climate change, mangroves are under threat and as we're taught all of the important roles mangroves play in nature, we also reflect on how important it is to preserve them for the future.
Microplastics make up the vast majority of plastic on the planet and they can pose a real threat to ocean life that mistake the little specks of plastic for food. As we discover the effect this can have on the fish and other sea creatures consuming the microplastic, it becomes clear the impact of this pollution is far reaching and we have a responsibility to make some changes.
The Great Barrier Reef is known for its great beauty and is depicted in films like Finding Nemo full of colourful, vibrant ocean life. As we look towards the future, coral bleaching and other effects of climate change are a real concern and this video addresses them as well as possible solutions for the future.
Stacey chats with Tom Coughlin, FBA operations manager. She notes that farms hundreds of kilometres inland still affect the sea, and are connected to the Great Barrier Reef. Tom explains the impact of a herd of cows walking the same track down to the creek, to drink each day. A look into the daily life of farmers Steve, Claire, and their kids practising sustainable farming leaves the viewer with great hopes for the Australian ecology!
For turtles, gender is decided by the temperature of an egg rather than by genes, which means that turtles are one animal being noticeably effected by climate change. Scientists have noticed an increase in the number of girl turtles being born and are exploring what they can do to slow down this trend and what impact it may have down the line.
Stacey gives us all another think about what art is, and how to create it! She talks with Christine Holden, an environmental artist who uses only recycled materials in her work and especially targets marine debris. Items such as fishing nets, fishing line, lures, sinkers, pieces of thong, tennis balls ... as long as it's safe and nontoxic. We feel part of a classroom experience in which Christine has the young students construct a big sea turtle all to promote environmental awareness and fun!
A show about mindfulness and nature, featuring Scout; a curious mouse who leads the Gumboot Kids through a series of clues that take them outdoors to solve nature mysteries.
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