The team explore the phenomenon of the earthquake. Clare and Mike train with one of the top international rescue teams. Leo takes on a dangerous cliff climb with a very special partner.
Witness the daily adventures of the world's largest brown bear population, in the breathtaking habitat of Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula.
Australia has some pretty extreme weather. Jesse explains how taking measures earlier can prevent these extreme weather events from having a catastrophic effects later.
Gordon Buchanan's dream is to get closer to wild wolves than anyone before. He travels to the remote Canadian Arctic in search of wolves that have never seen people.
The Behind the News team reveals some of the characteristics of some of Australia's best known animals and evaluates their reputations.
The Behind the News team reveals some of the unique characteristics of some of Australia's most unusual animals.
Barney and Gemma meet the sports stars of the sea - sprinters, jumpers and even gymnasts!
The Principal had a special mug that was his favourite mug that he used everyday.
Barney and Gemma show that coral reefs are like our cities - and everyone has a job to do.
Barney and Gemma find there is a reason for the riot of colours in the reef's fishy world.
Barney Harwood and Gemma Hunt find creatures that travel amazing distances underwater.
Everyone needs a place to call their own, and the Barrier Reef gang is no different.
Simon Coral and Danni Mantaray search for creatures that have the fishy factor.
Barney Harwood and Gemma Hunt meet extreme recyclers in the Barrier Reef.
Barney Harwood and Gemma Hunt find out about family ties under the sea.
Barney and Gemma investigate creatures with super senses in the Barrier Reef.
Barney and Gemma meet walking sharks, hitchhiking shrimps and squids with jet propulsion.
Barney and Gemma find out what happens in the Great Barrier Reef in the hours of darkness.
Barney and Gemma meet deep diving dolphins and snorkelling trees in the Great Barrier Reef.
Barney Harwood and Gemma Hunt meet creatures with amazing eyesight in the Great Barrier Reef.
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