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  • The Secret Forest Blakiston’s Fishing Owls show

    The Secret Forest Blakiston’s Fishing Owls

    Blakiston’s fishing owls. By day, they enjoy the view, and wait for cover of night. Their fluffy chick secures itself in a...

    (03:16)
  • Siberia Premiere show

    Siberia Premiere

    Siberia. Not only a frozen wilderness, it is a region of incredible diversity. Of precarious beauty and endangered animals,...

    (01:07)
  • Siberia Ants show

    Siberia Ants

    Worldwide, ants are so numerous their total weight is almost as much as the human population. A force to reckon with. Workers...

    (02:59)
  • Siberia Lake Baikal show

    Siberia Lake Baikal

    This is Lake Baikal. This record breaking lake holds twenty percent of the Earth’s fresh water – as much as all five of...

    (03:14)
  • Siberia Musk Deer show

    Siberia Musk Deer

    With a face like a kangaroo and a vampire’s teeth, the musk deer makes his timid way through the woods in search of lichens....

    (03:01)
  • 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 Premiere show

    Kamchatka Premiere

    On Russia’s far Eastern edge is the stark peninsula of Kamchatka. In this surprising place heaven and hell collide. Life and...

    (01:07)
  • Kamchatka Salmon Season show

    Kamchatka Salmon Season

    As day breaks, everything seems normal. But the bears wake to good news. Salmon numbers in the lake have reached a critical...

    (02:37)
  • Kamchatka Bears show

    Kamchatka Bears

    Hungry bears seek the nectar rich flowers. They must eat hundreds to get the equivalent calories of a big salmon. Bears have...

    (03:04)
  • 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 Great Divide Premiere show

    The Great Divide Premiere

    In the far South West lies the Caucasus. A compact region filled with a bounty of wildlife. The great divide between Europe...

    (01:08)
  • The Great Divide Highland European Bison show

    The Great Divide Highland European Bison

    Up above the tree line in the foothills of the Kavkazsky Nature Reserve a rare goliath lumbers across the grassy slopes. A...

    (03:00)
  • The Great Divide Sandstorms show

    The Great Divide Sandstorms

    Twitching grasses spell trouble. Time for birds to hold on as best they can. And for those that can, to hide. In Summer,...

    (03:05)
  • The Great Divide Caucasian Chamois show

    The Great Divide Caucasian Chamois

    Green hills and alpine meadows, arid salt flats, miniature sand dunes give way to ferocious mountains. The landscapes of the...

    (02:58)
  • 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 Polar Bears show

    The Arctic Polar Bears

    Polar bears spend much of the year out on the solid ice, but when the white land cracks, it’s time to move on. Their latin...

    (03:02)
  • The Arctic Fox Kits show

    The Arctic Fox Kits

    In the mountain regions, Arctic foxes aren’t so lucky. Where normally a half a dozen cubs would frolic, only two undersized...

    (02:51)
  • 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)