Rescue center caregivers in Australia and Costa Rica help wild baby orphans, including a koala bear, a tiny wallaby and a three-toed baby sloth battling pneumonia.
A two-toed baby sloth gains independence in Costa Rica; a young kangaroo learns how to socialize with his mates in Australia; a baby fruit bat needs help when its mother is unable to provide milk.
The lives and histories of flightless birds such as ostriches, emus, rheas, cassowaries and kiwis.
An exploration of the hearts, minds and souls of elephants.
Mini-cameras, moving x-rays and night vision cameras capture the wild behavior of parakeets, hamsters, cats, rabbits and Peruvian dogs.
Moving x-rays, ultraviolet light and doggycams show how pets experience their world through hidden channels of communication.
Animals outwit predators in order to stay alive.
Animals adapt their bodies or behavior to secure their next meal.
Males use size, style and skill to trick the competition.
Exploring the world of moose in the Canadian Rockies, focusing on a calf's first year of life.
Paleontologists bring the largest dinosaur ever discovered to virtual life.
Reunions between wild animals and their caregivers reveal whether interspecies bonds can stand the test of time.
Sea and land animals work together to stay alive and solve complex problems.
A veterinarian and his team encounter dangerous challenges as they care for endangered animals at a hospital in the Guatemalan jungle.