No matter how exotic is an animal, when it comes to life saving, Dr. Susan Kelleher is willing to help.
Darwin's Lost Voyage
See how far some cameramen will go to capture jaw-dropping photographs of wildlife in action.
Dr. Pol and the crew are back with tricks and treats, calvings and castrations, kittens and canines, fun and adventure –...
Nothing but dust and sand, these animals face hostile conditions everyday to survive.
Extreme heat, wind and sandstorms make the journey treacherous and have Vágner struggling to push on.
Images of Dr. Susan Kelleher and her patients.
Watch the great hammerhead swims along the ocean floor.
It’s a gruelling expedition, but after days in an extreme environment, Vágner makes the catch of a lifetime.
See the jaw dropping wounds these unfortunate shark attack survivors suffered.
Simon and Nadine Keys must risk their lives to hunt down some of the most dangerous snakes, hidden within their city.
Look at these crocodiles swimming on the surface of the water.
Get a taste of the incredible landscapes Andy sees when he’s shooting out in the field.
Check out these amazing images of some wild animals that live in Spain.
These men and women live free of society, wild with nature, discovering and depending on only their own inner animal selves.
Images following the team as they dissect the largest animals on the planet.
Up to 24 million golden jellyfish of Jellyfish Lake undergo a one-kilometer long daily migration.
At up to 40 feet long and 20 tons, the largest fish in the sea lives entirely on the very tiniest of creatures.
A wave of orange surrounds the trees during the monarch butterfly migration.