In the heart of Australia lives the red kangaroo, the largest marsupial on earth and a true master of adapting to the blistering desert heat.
Hitler transformed his Alpine retreat in Bavaria into a fortified fiefdom, home to 2,000 SS troops and protected by a high level security system.
The wildebeest migration promises grand vistas, uncountable numbers and gruesome predations. But this is a personal story: Neo is on his first migration and he’s struggling to make it through his first year.
The story of shelter is also the story of how humans shaped the world, pushed back against nature and customised it to our needs. The result is something uniquely us, uniquely modern and the end result is civilisation.
A squirrel on an obstacle course. This image is from Animal Outlaws.National Geographic Channels