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  • Oulet Glaciers show

    Oulet Glaciers

    Around 1997, there was an abrupt 1.6 degree Celsius jump in coastal water temperatures, exactly when the outlet glaciers began...

    (02:36)
  • Expansion and Contraction show

    Expansion and Contraction

    Over the millennia, the expansion and contraction of ice across the continents has fundamentally altered the planet, gouging...

    (02:54)
  • Solid and Liquid States show

    Solid and Liquid States

    What began as a photographic assignment has become a mind-blowing odyssey into an unpredictable world, where entire landscapes...

    (02:57)
  • The Secret Forest Premiere show

    The Secret Forest Premiere

    In the east, a mysterious place called Ussuriland. Here bizarre turtles dodge the soup dish. In temperate forests, bears hang...

    (01:07)
  • The Secret Forest Amur Tigers show

    The Secret Forest Amur Tigers

    Among the most critically endangered animals in the world - It’s thought about four hundred Amur Tigers remain in the wild....

    (03:10)
  • Siberia Eurasian Wolves show

    Siberia Eurasian Wolves

    As Ravens greet the morning, warmly insulated Eurasian wolves shrug off the cold. These social animals live and hunt in packs,...

    (03:11)
  • Red Fox Mating Ritual show

    Red Fox Mating Ritual

    It’s now time to be social. Males seek out one or more females to mate with. These two have already bonded.

    (00:30)
  • Kamchatka Steller’s Sea Eagles show

    Kamchatka Steller’s Sea Eagles

    Steller’s sea eagles face adversity with grim determination. Only the toughest survive. They find refuge at lake Kuril – a...

    (03:09)
  • The Arctic Snow Geese show

    The Arctic Snow Geese

    Every May one hundred and fifty thousand pairs of snow geese fly in from their North American winter quarters. It’s their...

    (00:43)
  • The Arctic Premiere show

    The Arctic Premiere

    In the North lies the Arctic. A place of extreme hardship, demanding finely-honed survival skills. Where life is precarious...

    (01:07)
  • The Arctic Fox show

    The Arctic Fox

    The Arctic fox can tolerate temperatures down to minus seventy degrees Celsius by shunting blood flow away from its legs to...

    (03:51)
  • The Arctic Harp Seals show

    The Arctic Harp Seals

    The Arctic ice blankets an area twice the size of Australia. Animals have adapted to live above and below its fickle surface....

    (03:02)
  • Never before seen: The Cat Choreographer show

    Never before seen: The Cat Choreographer

    Desi the cat guy talks about his previous life as a famous choreographer in New York City, working with the likes of Jennifer...

    (01:41)
  • Never before seen: Farm Sanctuary show

    Never before seen: Farm Sanctuary

    Joe Panz and Big Ant take the chickens they captured in Queens to a farm sanctuary in upstate New York. While there, they meet...

    (03:16)
  • Web episode: A Lineup of Local Volunteers show

    Web episode: A Lineup of Local Volunteers

    Rescue Ink has a line-up of local volunteers who are ready to help them with their missions. At their Long Island...

    (03:02)
  • Behind the scenes:  That Was A Good Scene show

    Behind the scenes: That Was A Good Scene

    Director of Photography Peter Hutchens and Producer George Kralovansky have some fun with a boom microphone cover.

    (01:21)
  • Weaver ants show

    Weaver ants

    Mike Leahy visits a weaver ants nest in the Borneo jungle.

    (03:13)
  • Mosquitoes, dengue and favellas show

    Mosquitoes, dengue and favellas

    After warning us that Rio has a hidden killer, the dengue virus, carried by mosquitoes. Mike takes one of the city's more...

    (03:09)
  • First dive show

    First dive

    The absence of sharks is a lead that something may be wrong at Flint Island.

    (03:03)
  • Columbia Bay show

    Columbia Bay

    In the shallow waters of Columbia Bay, melting icebergs jam up before being carried away with the tide. This is the end of the...

    (03:00)