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VIDEOS

  • NeedToBreed_VIRAL show

    NeedToBreed_VIRAL

    GM_NeedToBreed_VIRAL_023559_High.mp4

    (00:49)
  • Moving in Masses show

    Moving in Masses

    A zebra foal and his father catch up with the herd on its way back to the rich green lands of the delta.

    (01:43)
  • Growing Up Butterfly show

    Growing Up Butterfly

    Witness the lifecycle of a monarch butterfly - from egg to pupa to adult.

    (03:00)
  • Millions of Crab Babies show

    Millions of Crab Babies

    Red crab larvae hatch and head for dry land, covering Christmas Island's shores in delicate little crablings.

    (02:22)
  • Tragedy show

    Tragedy

    Cameraman Benam describes having to film a wildebeest calf and his bleating mother lose a battle against a croc.

    (02:54)
  • Slow Drowning show

    Slow Drowning

    Cameraman Bob Poole could only watch as a wildebeest became stuck in the river and drowned.

    (01:38)
  • Math in Motion show

    Math in Motion

    Discover how mathematical patterns unlock the key to wildebeest survival and migration.

    (02:59)
  • The Bats Come Out at Night show

    The Bats Come Out at Night

    Mother bats prepare for migration, giving their young as much milk as they can and oiling up their wings.

    (02:55)
  • A True Sea Monster show

    A True Sea Monster

    Whale sharks gracefully gobble down the fish eggs released in a timely spawn.

    (02:56)
  • Searching for Whales show

    Searching for Whales

    Producer Katie Bauer describes the arduous process of finding sperm whales in the middle of open ocean.

    (01:31)
  • Fish Finder show

    Fish Finder

    Cameraman Rick Rosenthal talks about finding fish and then diving into the water to film them in a bout of chaos.

    (01:55)
  • Replenish show

    Replenish

    After the zebra's seemingly mysterious journey lies a gigantic source of needed minerals - the Salt Pans.

    (01:45)
  • Huge Seal Harems show

    Huge Seal Harems

    Elephant seal bulls leave females alone long enough for them to give brith to super cute pups -- then back to work.

    (02:03)
  • Beach Battles show

    Beach Battles

    Producer Katie Bauer describes the seals battling on shore.

    (01:43)
  • Nomadic Elephants show

    Nomadic Elephants

    The oldest female elephants lead their tribes in an ancient circular migration following the water's path.

    (02:32)
  • Iced Camera show

    Iced Camera

    This camera crew grabs some amazing walrus shots -- before getting stuck in the ice.

    (03:26)
  • Juan Restrepo show

    Juan Restrepo

    RESTREPO was a strategic outpost named in honour of their medic, PFC Juan Restrepo, who was killed in action.

    (01:54)
  • Fear show

    Fear

    "The fear is always there, especially at night when you can't see what's coming at you."

    (03:04)
  • Jupiter_MOBI1 show

    Jupiter_MOBI1

    Jupiter, named after the king of the gods, is made of nothing but gas and rotates at breakneck speed.

    (02:52)
  • Jupiter_MOBI2 show

    Jupiter_MOBI2

    Galileo saw the moons orbit Jupiter, and questioned the notion that Earth was the center of everything.

    (03:08)