A world where plants communicate, co-operate and, sometimes, wage all-out war.
Take a fascinating look at one of our most familiar birds.
Filmmakers take us deep into the snowy owl s tundra home.
Ecologist Chris Morgan embarks on a challenge to find and film a wild Siberian tiger.
A romantic adventure becomes something much greater in the River of No Return Wilderness.
The kangaroo population around Australia's capital has exploded to the tens of thousands.
NATURE enters the secret world of the harpy eagle.
The story that changed the way we look at nature.
There is a complex image of the wolverine that is just beginning to emerge.
Uncover the science of some amazing animal engineering hidden deep in the jungle.
New camera technologies reveal what's behind remarkable 'moments of impact.'
In Yellowstone National Park, two predators reign supreme: the grizzly bear and the wolf.
The loneliest animals are the most endangered species on the planet.
In the Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa, eland make a remarkable journey of survival.
Ancient maps and legends tell of dragons in our world. Where did these stories come from?
Among the mountain gorillas of Rwanda, Titus reigns as king.
One of the greatest migration stories of the natural world.
Whitetailed deer are expert jumpers, clearing fences over 8 feet without a running start.
Seasonal rains make home habitable for thousands of zebras in Botswana s saltpans.
Learn about one of our closest neighbors: the white-tailed deer.
Lipizzaner foals begin life far from Vienna before training at the Spanish Riding School.
The rare ghost deer are whitetailed deer, colored completely white.
A behind-the-scenes look at filming whitetailed deer for the PBS Nature film.
For 450 years, Lipizzaner stallions have been performing for audiences in Vienna.
The striking white Lipizzaner stallions have been thrilling audiences for centuries.
Artist and naturalist James Prosek uses an unusual tool to make his art: eels.
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Chris Bowser coordinates a program which trains students to monitor local eel populations.
The remarkable life cycle of the eel, a catadromous fish found all over the globe.
There are some things in nature we just don't understand, and this creature is one of them
The parasitic dodder vine 'sniffs' out plants from which it can draw nutrients.