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  • Perpetual Motion show

    Perpetual Motion

    Despite the dangers that await, many species are beginning their instinctual migratory treks through Africa.

    (02:25)
  • Struggling to Mate show

    Struggling to Mate

    Species upon species converge in the Falkland Islands to end their migratory journeys in mating and birth.

    (02:15)
  • Moving in Masses show

    Moving in Masses

    A zebra foal and his father catch up with the herd on its way back to the rich green lands of the delta.

    (01:43)
  • 24-Hour Lifecycle show

    24-Hour Lifecycle

    The mayfly is born, lives through middle-age, and then dies. All in the same day.

    (02:41)
  • Science of Migration show

    Science of Migration

    The Inside Story of the science behind Migrations.

    (01:08)
  • Rhythm of Life 1 show

    Rhythm of Life 1

    Take a breathtaking ride on the tailwinds of billions of creatures marching, swimming and flying across the planet.

    (02:10)
  • Rhythm of Life 2 show

    Rhythm of Life 2

    Take a breathtaking ride on the tailwinds of billions of creatures marching, swimming and flying across the planet.

    (02:01)
  • Growing Up Butterfly show

    Growing Up Butterfly

    Witness the lifecycle of a monarch butterfly - from egg to pupa to adult.

    (03:00)
  • Monarch Mating show

    Monarch Mating

    Monarch butterflies descend to the forest floor in order to mate and begin their migration north.

    (02:13)
  • Butterfly Threat show

    Butterfly Threat

    The final leg of the Monarch's journey is studded by the threatening hungry mouths of praying mantises.

    (02:26)
  • Butterfly Chase show

    Butterfly Chase

    Crew member talks about the plane they used to capture monarchs in flight.

    (02:18)
  • Monarchs and Milkweed show

    Monarchs and Milkweed

    Producer Stephanie explains monarchs and milkweed as she looks for milkweed in a field.

    (01:47)