Witness the secret powers of extraordinary animals, experience the world as they do and see the
Super/Natural side of nature as never before.
With the latest filming technology and contemporary style, Animal gets under the skin of eight charismatic families to discover what sets them apart.
Narrated by Paul Rudd, “Tiny World” takes a unique perspective on the natural world, exploring the ingenuity and resilience of the smallest animals on the planet.
When the sun goes down, a new world awakes. New technology reveals the wonders of the planet in a completely new light. Across the globe we discover a hidden side to the world’s greatest landscapes and animals.
Ocean explorer, adventurer and filmmaker Patrick Dykstra sets out on a mission in search of the most elusive ocean giants on the planet.
This 2 part ITV documentary series tells the incredible story of Little Grey and Little White, two beluga whales being released from captivity in China to the world’s first beluga whale sanctuary in Iceland.
Narrated by Angela Bassett, this exhilarating, blue-chip natural history film tells the life story of Malika as she grows from lion cub to lioness in a celebration of female strength and resilience.
This series follows the incredible journey of three very special meerkat families. Rescued from the illegal wildlife trade, they’re being returned to their rightful home: the Kalahari.
Earth may be the only place we know that’s teeming with diverse life but that doesn’t make it a benign planet. Against all odds, species have found ways to survive in the world’s most inhospitable landscapes.
This landmark series reveals nature’s apex predators as you’ve never seen them before. The series is filmed all over the world, from the 40 o heat of the Zambian bush, to the frozen wastes of the Arctic Ocean and the shark-infested waters off South Africa’s Cape of Good Hope. Using
Outnumbering dogs by three to one, domestic cats are believed to be the world’s most popular pets. But unlike dogs, our feline friends aren’t fully domesticated. They’ve only lived alongside us for a relatively short period of time and still share many behaviors and traits of their wild cousins.