Sri Lanka: A flock of Little Egrets on the shoreline of a Sri Lankan beach. The Egrets wade into the shallows of the turquoise water, and spear any fish that they disturb. This image is from Wild Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka: Three infant Toque Macaques huddle together before a bout of spontaneous playing. The macaques are common around Sri Lankaâs cultural triangle, earning them the name temple monkeys. This image is from Wild Sri Lanka.
Las Vegas, Nev: The bride and groom attempt to feed each other cake, despite a 30 degree shift in their perspective, during Perspective Shift Goggles. Will their vows ever hold up? This image is from Brain Games.
When Peregrines dive they can reach maximum speeds of 322 kilometers per hour! They are the fastest animals on the planet - even following pigeons into the heart of the worldâs cities. This image is from Animal Record Breakers.
Perching patiently for hours on a small platform attached to a pole in the surf, traditional stilt fishermen on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka catch mackerel and herring in the shallows at dusk. This image is from Wild Sri Lanka.
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Sri Lanka: Two juvenile male elephants lock trunks whilst play-fighting during "the gatheringâ. Every year during the dry season, hundreds of elephants gather in Minneriya to graze around the reservoir. This image is from Wild Sri Lanka.
Giraffes have the highest blood pressure among mammals, twice that of the average human. A heart the size of a watermelon is needed to pump blood all the way to the brain. This image is from Animal Record Breakers.
Shompole, Kenya: Maasai Warriors. From Montana to East Africa by way of Russia there's a vital new understanding of how predators help the spectacular animals of the great grasslands flourish, and how humans can use this understanding to flourish on the plains as well. This image is from Man and the Wild.
Africa: Two to three million years ago, a massive explosion tore apart an enormous volcano in Eastern Africaâs Great Rift Valley to form the Ngorongoro Crater, one of the true wonders of the world. This image is from Africaâs Deadly Eden.
Palmyra Atoll: Tiger Shark and camerman. Dr. M. Sanjayan dives deep into the oceans to find out how the animals that live here can help save the Oceans from total collapse. This image is from Man and the Wild.