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  • Nature: Fortress Of The Bears

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    Alaska?s Admiralty Island is home to an estimated 1800 brown bears, the largest concentration of bears in the world. Nearly 100 miles long and 20 miles wide, it is half the size of Yellowstone National Park, yet it sustains four times more grizzlies. The native Tling?t people call this island ?Kootznoowoo,? meaning ?Fortress of the Bears.? It is a place where bears depend on fish, fish depend on trees, and the trees depend on fish-eating bears to spread the nitrogen rich bodies of salmon throughout the forest. Everything depends on the annual salmon run. When a change in the weather keeps the salmon from arriving, the entire ecosystem is affected. A La Ni?a winter has cooled the water to two degrees below normal, keeping the salmon out of the streams and delaying the run. It?s the worst salmon season in the last 40 years. As the bears wait for the salmon, they hunt and scavenge for anything they can find to supplement their unsatisfying diet of grass. The receding tide offers unique opportunities, and one young bear demonstrates a remarkable talent for clamming. But the feast is short-lived. With the passing season showing no sign of fish, the bears become increasingly gaunt and desperate. Will the salmon finally make their way up the streams of Admiralty Island? And will the bears survive until they do?moreless
  • Nature: Animal Odd Couples

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    Enter stories of the most unlikely cross-species relationships imaginable: a chimp bottle-feeding a tiger cub a giant tortoise snuggling a baby hippo a black crow parenting a meerkat. This film will look at these remarkable relationships first hand, and through caregivers, biologists and animal behaviorists, explore what they suggest about the nature of animal emotions.moreless
  • Season 31 Preview

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    10/18/12

  • Audio Slideshow: A Young Nature Photographer

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    1/26/12

  • Christmas in Yellowstone - Preview

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    12/21/11

  • Echo: An Elephant to Remember - Preview

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    12/7/11

  • Why We Love Cats and Dogs - Preview

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    11/30/11

  • A New Mother

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    11/16/11

  • A Hungry Harpy

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    11/9/11

  • A City of Twelve Million

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    11/2/11

  • A Crystal Chalice

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    11/2/11

  • The Animal House - Preview

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    11/2/11

  • Unintentional Green City

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    10/19/11

  • Radioactive Wolf Pups

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    10/19/11

  • Lions at Play

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  • A White Lion Challenges a Hyena Clan

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  • A Battle for Territory

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  • Preparing for a Eucalyptus Diet

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  • Moment of Impact: "Hunters and Herds" - Preview

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  • Jungle Animal Hospital

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    S 34 : Ep 16 - 5/18/16

    A look at an animal hospital that cares for endangered creatures in the Guatemalan jungle. Included: stitching up a rare baby bird.
  • Nature's Perfect Partners

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    S 34 : Ep 15 - 5/11/16

    A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.moreless
  • Animal Reunions

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    S 34 : Ep 13 - 3/30/16

    Human caretakers reunite with wild animals they raised in refuges and orphanages in order to see whether the interspecies bonds they formed have withstood the test of time.
  • Raising the Dinosaur Giant

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    S 34 : Ep 11 - 2/17/16

  • Moose: Life of a Twig Eater

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    S 34 : Ep 10 - 2/10/16

    A year in the life of a moose calf is chronicled.
  • Natural Born Hustlers: Sex, Lies & Dirty Tricks

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    S 34 : Ep 9 - 1/27/16

    Conclusion. Duplicitous mating techniques that some creatures use are detailed. Included: strategies employed by a low-ranking male in a red kangaroo mob, where only the alpha male has the right to mate with the females; male marsh harriers, which adopts a female look to avoid conflict with the dominant resident male; and brood parasites, which avoid parental duties by having others raise their offspring.moreless
  • Natural Born Hustlers: The Hunger Hustle

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    S 34 : Ep 8 - 1/20/16

    Part 2 of 3. The techniques some creatures use to secure their meals are detailed. Included: the drongo, a South African bird that scams its food from vulnerable social weaver birds; the orchid mantis, which attracts insects by mimicking a flower; killer whales, which manipulate the behavior of herring; and gray squirrels, which sometimes fake-bury nuts to throw off any squirrels that may be spying on them.moreless
  • Natural Born Hustlers: Staying Alive

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    S 34 : Ep 7 - 1/13/16

    Part 1 of 3. A look at creatures that rely on chicanery to survive, including the cuttlefish, which eludes predators by mimicking the physical characteristics of their surroundings; and burrowing owls, which mimics the rattle of rattlesnakes to scare away unwanted visitors.moreless
  • Mystery Monkeys of Shangri-La

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    S 33 : Ep 11 - 4/29/15

    The Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys of the Himalayas are examined through the prism of one group, which consists of eight to 10 families.
  • Animal Homes: Animal Cities

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    S 33 : Ep 10 - 4/22/15

    Conclusion. Communal living arrangements, which can occur out of both necessity and security, are examined. Icelandic puffins, for example, form nesting colonies of more than a million; and share the space with other birds, lessening the odds that individuals will be attacked. Social spiders in Ecuador, on the other hand, band together to subdue large prey. Also: leaf-cutter ants in Costa Rica, which build complex, acre-wide cities and societies.moreless
  • Animal Homes: Location, Location, Location

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    S 33 : Ep 9 - 4/15/15

    Part 2 of 3. The importance of location for a home is explored via the choices made by beavers, tortoises and wood rats. Also: animated blueprints and tiny cameras track the progress of their construction efforts and reveal the technical specs of the structures.moreless
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