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  • Arctic Wolf Pack

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    S 36 : Ep 8 - 1/17/18

    Features the white wolf, one of the most hardened predators, in Ellesmere Island's ice and snow.
  • The Cheetah Children

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    S 36 : Ep 6 - 11/8/17

    The life of a cheetah family unfolds through the eyes of conservationist-cameraman Kim Wolhuter. The mother is completely on her own, protecting her five newborn cubs and teaching them how to hunt some of the continent's fastest game. Included: the inquisitive cubs explore the world around them and discover their place in the forests of Zimbabwe.moreless
  • Charlie and the Curious Otters

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    S 36 : Ep 4 - 10/25/17

    Three curious river otter orphans in Wisconsin are followed. The secrets to the otter's survival around the world are uncovered with innovative experiments, cameras and CGI.
  • Fox Tales

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    S 36 : Ep 3 - 10/11/17

    New scientific research offers a fascinating look into the secret life of the red fox, who can change its behavior to thrive in new environments, from urban locales to the Arctic tundra.
  • Naledi: One Little Elephant

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    S 36 : Ep 1 - 10/4/17

    The Season 36 premiere features the story of a baby elephant named Naledi, who was born in a rescue camp in Botswana. After she loses her mother, a devoted team of caretakers and researchers help her to survive and find her place in the herd.moreless
  • Forest of the Lynx

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    S 35 : Ep 10 - 4/26/17

    A look at the remote forests of the Kalkalpen National Park in Austria, which is the largest area of wilderness in the Alps, reveals that the forest's cycle of growth and decay rules the landscape—as does, after a 150-year absence, the lynx. Also featured: pygmy owls; woodpeckers; and colorful insects.moreless
  • Hotel Armadillo

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    S 35 : Ep 9 - 4/19/17

    An exploration of the holes dug by the elusive giant armadillo in the Brazilian rain forest.
  • Viva Puerto Rico

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    S 35 : Ep 8 - 4/12/17

    The efforts to restore Puerto Rico's rich biological heritage, including manatees, parrots and turtles, are examined.
  • Yosemite

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    S 35 : Ep 7 - 3/29/17

    How climate change is impacting Yosemite National Park.
  • Snowbound: Animals of Winter

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    S 35 : Ep 6 - 1/11/17

    A look at how wildlife survives in the Arctic Circle and Antarctica. Among the featured creatures: the wolf; Arctic fox; bison; reindeer; lynx; weasel; polar bear; penguin; Weddell seal; and woolly bear caterpillar.moreless
  • My Congo

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    S 35 : Ep 2 - 10/19/16

    Congo native and cinematographer Vianet D'jenguet explores the beauty of his homeland in this documentary, which finds him visiting the sites of happy family memories, touring a chimpanzee sanctuary and filming the wildlife in national parks. He also meets a forest-dwelling tribe that reveres his great-grandfather.moreless
  • Super Hummingbirds

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    S 35 : Ep 1 - 10/12/16

    An examination of hummingbirds, which possess the ability to fly backwards, upside-down and even "tread" air. Included: How they drink a flower's nectar; why they thrive at high altitudes; and how they mate, lay eggs, fight and raise families.moreless
  • 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
  • Animal Homes: The Nest

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    S 33 : Ep 8 - 4/8/15

    A three-part look at animal homes begins with bird nests, which come in all shapes and sizes. The domiciles are constructed from a variety of natural materials, including grass, leaves, sticks and twigs; and, sometimes, man-made materials, such as twine, wire and plastic bags.moreless
  • The Last Orangutan Eden

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    S 33 : Ep 7 - 2/25/15

    Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.moreless
  • Owl Power

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    S 33 : Ep 6 - 2/18/15

  • Invasion of the Killer Whales

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    S 33 : Ep 3 - 11/19/14

    A look at one consequence of the Arctic ice melt: more killer whales during the summer. The increase may negatively impact the polar bear, as the orca hunts the same prey, including seals, narwhal, belugas and bowhead whales.moreless
  • A Sloth Named Velcro

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    S 33 : Ep 2 - 11/5/14

    The story of an orphaned sloth named Velcro and the journalist who raised it for two years. Also: information about sloths and sloth society; and the increase in sloth sanctuaries and rehabilitation centers throughout the Americas.moreless
  • Wolverine: Chasing the Phantom

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    S 29 : Ep 5 - 11/14/10

    This documentary exposes the nature of one of the most mysterious animals on Earth. The wolverine is known to be solitary and ferocious but this film reveals that it is also one of the most resourceful and efficient meat-eaters. This episode will not only take you to the fascinating world of the largest and most elusive member of the weasel family, it will also divulge the characters of those who investigate it.

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  • A Murder of Crows

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    S 29 : Ep 3 - 10/24/10

    Historically human cultures have largely disregarded the simple crow, but Nature's A Murder of Crows explores how intelligent this creature really is. It has actually earned the title, "The feathered ape." Explore how these birds communicate, nest, travel, and survive, and see a much more complex animal than the dark omen they are often portrayed to be.

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