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The Hunt
The Hunt is a celebration of nature’s most determined and cunning predators and their equally cunning and elusive prey. Narrated by Sir David Attenbor (more…)
The Hunt
The Hunt is a celebration of nature’s most determined and cunning predators and their equally cunning and elusive prey. Narrated by Sir David Attenbor (more…)
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01:05 — Life Story takes us on the greatest of all adventures – the journey through life.
Alive In the Freezer
09:58 — Cameraman Wade Fairley braved temperatures of minus 50C and near hurricane force winds as he filmed a breeding colony of 20,000 emperor penguins in th (more…)
Trouble In Paradise
09:57 — It took the Planet Earth team over eight weeks in the field to film less than 15 minutes of footage of the beautiful but seldom seen Birds of Paradise (more…)
Shark Quest
09:51 — Great white sharks capture their slippery seal prey by rocketing out of the depths and delivering a massive hit at the surface. To record a breach lik (more…)
Into the Abyss
08:30 — The team spend a month amongst an enormous mound of bat guano in Gomantong Cave as they film the hundreds of thousands of cockroaches and other inhabi (more…)
Eye In the Sky
10:00 — Using the unique overhead heli-gimble camera the crew set out to film a pack of African wild dogs hunting in the Okavango Delta. It came down to the f (more…)
Madagascar Trailer
00:44 — BBC minji-series exploring the amazing diversity of life on Madagascar, and how it got that way.
Nature: Fabulous Frogs Trailer
02:06 — Sir David Attenborough takes us on a journey through the weird and wonderful world of frogs, shedding new light on these charismatic, colorful and fre (more…)
What's the Waggle Dance? And Why Do Honeybees Do It?
02:50 — Honeybees search high and wide for the best flowers. And when they find them, they go back to the hive and "tell" the other bees how to get there. Fr (more…)
This Bug Wears Its Victims' Carcasses as Camouflage
02:02 — The assassin bug is one of the most cunning predators in the micro world, gluing the exoskeletons of its prey to its back as camouflage. While disturb (more…)
Scorpion vs. Centipede
01:55 — Centipedes and scorpions are competitors who hunt for the same prey in the same territory. So when they cross paths, they battle. From: MICRO MONSTER (more…)
Magnificent Leaf Homes Woven by Australian Green Ants
02:50 — Green ants build their grand nests out of leaves, which they pull and join together with silk. Amazingly, this silk is produced by their newborn larva (more…)
Scorpions Choose Their Mates by Dancing With Them
02:12 — Before a female scorpion chooses a mate, she must test the strength of her potential suitor. The only way to be certain it's the right match is to dan (more…)
Female Mantises Eat and Mate With Their Suitors at Once
02:35 — Female praying mantises engage in what's known as sexual cannibalism. They first eat their suitors, then they mate with them. From: MICRO MONSTERS WI (more…)
Will UK Research Vessel Really Be Named ‘Boaty McBoatface’?
01:09 — When scientists in the U.K. asked the public to name their new $290 million polar research ship, they expected the name of an explorer such as Sir Ern (more…)
The Perfect Reptile-Bird Hybrid Definitely Looks the Part
02:11 — Archeopteryx had strong feathers, bony jaws and teeth, and a tail with a line of bone running down its legs. Physically, it was exactly half-reptile, (more…)
Why You Should Know the Prolific Princess of Paleontology
03:49 — Mary Anning was a 19th-century working-class woman from Dorset with no formal education. She became one of the most celebrated fossil collectors in hi (more…)
Wild with David Attenborough
Join naturalist David Attenborough across the globe and into the air as he explores the history of flying creatures.
Wild with David Attenborough
Join naturalist David Attenborough across the globe and into the air as he explores the history of flying creatures.
Stunning Footage of a Kubong Gliding Through the Trees
01:47 — Kubongs, also known as colugos, are by far the most skillful and powerful of the forest gliders. With a single leap, they can travel over 100 meters. (more…)
Here's What Bat Echolocation Sounds Like, Slowed Down
02:04 — Bats use a perceptual system called echolocation that allows them to produce high pitch sounds that bounce off nearby objects and living things. Human (more…)
How the Fastest Animal on Earth Attacks Its Prey
03:43 — The Peregrine falcon is not your average avian predator. When hunting, this remarkable bird will fly to great heights, then dive bomb its prey abruptl (more…)
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  • Birth Name: David Frederick Attenborough
  • Birth Place: Isleworth, England
  • Birthday: May 8, 1926, Taurus
  • Profession: Broadcaster, Writer, Director, Author