Epic flooding. Communities in ruin. Devastating fatalities. National Geographic takes you into the eye of the New York's superstorm to learn why it happened - and how it could hit again.
Kick off Biodiversity Month by meeting some of Australia's most unique species as they've adapted to humans in their habitats.
A look at the true story of the rise of Ngogo, Uganda's warrior chimpanzees over a 20-year period. How did they establish the largest troop of chimps ever discovered?
Looking at the planet's top predators through the eyes of scientists trying to save them.
A look at predator and prey strategies in the open arenas of desert and grassland.
Predators hunt on the dynamic border between land and sea, where chances are brief.
Revealing the strategies predators use to hunt for prey in the big blue.
Predators and their prey hunt and escape in the dense and complex world of the forest.
How do polar predators face the challenges of hunting in the most seasonal place on Earth?
In this landmark series Sir David Attenborough explores the world of predation as never before. For predators to have a chance of success they must have a key skill like speed or stealth, stamina or strength, teamwork or intelligence.
Vice's Gavin Butler visits the bushfire-ravaged communities of southern NSW to tell the stories of the people still living in the disaster zone who have been forced to take the relief effort into their own hands.
A documentary chronicling the Cocos Keeling Islands - where Muslims outnumber Christians by more than five to one, and the Southern Star and the Islamic crescent moon sit side by side on the islands' flag. As Australian strategists eye up the value of the Cocos as a military outpost, the locals are forced to confront that their lives are in the hands of a government almost 6000km away in Canberra, and they are part of a country that barely even knows they exist. The Cocos Islanders respond by formulating a plan that will ensure they have a voice in determining the future of their homeland. All it requires is for the man who expected to become the next 'King of the Cocos' to collaborate closely with the Malay people whose ancestors treated virtually like slaves. What could possibly go wrong?
A major suspected elephant-killing crew is exposed but sunrise threatens the teams' cover. The VETPAW and rangers start to find weapons, but may have gone too far.
The team hears from poachers that there's a major elephant killing-crew operating in the Rungwa Game Reserve, one of the most dangerous parks in Tanzania.
The VETPAW team navigates red tape to embark on their first mission in Tanzania. They seek ivory at a remote village where the tribe is known to use poisonous arrows.
Everyone who knew Dian was shocked by her brutal murder, but not surprised. Since being arrested for her murder and fleeing the country, Dian's researcher Wayne Maguire has declared his innocence.
Dian Fossey was world famous, but in the remote Rwandan forest where she fought to save mountain gorillas, she'd made dangerous enemies. This is the story of the life that took her there and how it was cut short.
David Attenborough recounts how, just days after the slaughter of Dian's favourite gorilla, together they filmed one of the most famous television sequences ever.
Set in a future where a failed climate change experiment kills all life on the planet, except for a lucky few who boarded the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe, where a class system emerges.
Joy and Mark investigate the reproductive secrets of marine mammals. How do animals that breathe air manage to mate, give birth and raise their young underwater?
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