A marine biologist studies octopus behavior, documenting the evolving relationship between a pet octopus named Heidi, himself and his daughter.
A team of naturalists and wildlife filmmakers documents the lives of exotic creatures in the extreme jungle of the Amazon rainforest.
The survival stories of the world's biggest beasts, including the Komodo dragon, whose appetite demands it takes on prey 10 times its weight, and the giraffe, whose long neck presents a challenge with controlling blood pressure.
Eight species of bears across the globe draw on their unique adaptations to survive in a changing world.
Filmmaker Tom Mustill returns to California to investigate whales after a 30-ton humpback whale breached and landed on his sea kayak in 2015; comments from others who have survived near-death encounters.
David Attenborough narrates a look at hippopotamuses as they protect their families, face their enemies, and contend with a drought.
Florida's wildlife faces threats from wildfires, flooding and hurricanes as well as a growing human population and various animal invaders.
A look at the weasel family includes the adventures of a first-time weasel mom, a fearless honey badger, and a tiny orphan weasel.
How the change in international relations may affect Cuba, the largest island in the Caribbean, whose protected habitat features wildlife found nowhere else in the world.
How hares differ from rabbits; how swamp rabbits have managed to survive in an ever-changing landscape; snowshoe hares; progress made by scientists to save rabbit species from extinction.