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VIDEOS

  • 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)
  • Crab Dance show

    Crab Dance

    After mating in the forest, red crab females descend down tall cliffs into the sea where they release their eggs.

    (02:58)
  • Moonlit Crabs show

    Moonlit Crabs

    Producer talks about filming crabs while on locations.

    (02:17)
  • Beastly River Battle show

    Beastly River Battle

    A tragic and violent scene plays out as wildebeest herds attempt to cross a river teeming with crocs.

    (02:59)
  • Wildebeest Death Trek show

    Wildebeest Death Trek

    Young cheetahs wait for newborn wildebeests, stalking them before the wildebeests begin their migration.

    (02:56)
  • Dying of Starvation show

    Dying of Starvation

    As the herd trudges through the Serengeti, some young wildebeests simply cannot survive the scorching journey.

    (02:56)
  • Tragedy show

    Tragedy

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

    (02:54)
  • Left Behind show

    Left Behind

    Poole finds a WB stuck in the river - and it dies sadly.

    (03:19)
  • Slow Drowning show

    Slow Drowning

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

    (01:38)
  • Dying Wildebeest Baby show

    Dying Wildebeest Baby

    Cameraman Benam describes having to film a wildebeest calf being eaten by a crocodile.

    (02:48)
  • Prediction Play show

    Prediction Play

    Building mathematical models to predict the behaviour of predator and prey.

    (02:48)
  • Math in Motion show

    Math in Motion

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

    (02:59)
  • Bat Feeding Frenzy show

    Bat Feeding Frenzy

    After gorging on eucalyptus leaves, these bats begin their long courtship in the trees.

    (02:54)
  • 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)
  • Sudan Kob Singles Bat show

    Sudan Kob Singles Bat

    After a long journey, kobs begin their mating rituals - using their urine as love letters.

    (02:08)
  • Antelope Knock Out! show

    Antelope Knock Out!

    The male kobs race to their breeding grounds in order to begin the violent battle for the right to mate.

    (02:20)
  • Lost Crew show

    Lost Crew

    Crew gets lost trying to drive through Africa to find Kob.

    (03:37)
  • Kob Stalker show

    Kob Stalker

    Bob Poole talks about filming kob while in a special hide.

    (02:04)
  • 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)