Nature

April 2017
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S35 Ep15: Forest Of The Lynx

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Austria’s Kalkalpen National Park is the largest tract of wilderness in the Alps, but it wasn’t always that way. The park was once the site of major logging and mining operations, but those activities ceased more than two decades ago. Three years in the making, Forest of the Lynx chronicles life in this remote wilderness and the complex partnerships among plants, insects, animals and trees.

Scientists Capture Rare Footage Of Giant Armadillo

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Biologist Arnaud Desbiez and his team have found the burrow of a female giant armadillo that they’ve nicknamed Tracy. Using a new camera rig switched on by the tiniest movements, they record Tracy's nighttime activity.
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S35 Ep6: Hotel Armadillo

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Deep in the heart of the Brazilian wetlands, the mysterious and secretive Giant armadillo digs a new burrow every other night. Once this termite-eater moves on, it leaves behind one of the hottest plots of real estate in the tropical Pantanal for 80 species of diverse and ever-changing animal clientele.
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S35 Ep3: Viva Puerto Rico

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Viva Puerto Rico follows the work of three conservationists and the ways in which each is trying to restore populations of the island’s most endangered species: the Puerto Rican Amazon parrot, Leatherback turtle, and manatee.
February 2017

Reindeer Noses Really Do Glow Red

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Reindeer traditionally pull sleighs and have a popular reputation for red, glowing noses. But behind this folklore there is some surprising truth – an in-genius adaptation which helps them survive the extremes.
January 2017

Snowbound: Animals Of Winter

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The coldest and snowiest places on earth, such as the Arctic Circle or Antarctica, pose a challenge to human visitors. But what about the year-round animal population? How do they cope for many months with life in these frozen wonderlands where temperatures can plummet to as low as minus 50 degrees? Find out how these creature adapt to their surroundings or employ clever tactics to survive.
December 2016

Legendary White Stallions

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The striking white Lipizzaner stallions of the famed Spanish Riding School in Vienna have been thrilling audiences for centuries. During the winter public performance season, the horses execute breathtaking displays of carefully choreographed and synchronized movements known as high classical dressage. This film looks at how horses bred for war developed into living works of art.
November 2016

Honey Badgers: Masters Of Mayhem

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“Honey badger is bad ass.” Those words and corresponding video became a YouTube sensation with 51 million hits. This relentless little creature is renowned for its ability to confront grown lions, castrate charging buffalo, and shrug off the toxic defenses of stinging bees, scorpions, and snakes. Little is known about its behavior in the wild or why it is so aggressive.

The Story Of Cats | Into The Americas

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In this conclusion, we discover how cats first crossed from Asia into North America and how they went on to become the top predators of the continent. Today there are 13 feline species in the Americas – from the mighty jaguar, to the urban mountain lion, to the curious ocelot and from the Canada lynx to the nimble margay.

The Story Of Cats | Asia To Africa

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In the first episode, we discover how the first cats arose in the forests of Asia, how they spread across the continent, and later came to conquer Africa. We reveal how they evolved flexible limbs to climb, giant bodies to survive in the cold, and super senses to catch prey. Ultimately we discover how becoming social made the lion, king of the savannah.
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