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Isolated: The Zo'é Tribe

Isolated: The Zo'é Tribe

In this inhabited jungle, the human voice is an ancestral melody and open secret in a silent and forbidden territory. The cellphone fever hasn't reached here yet, but their need for communication is as important as ours. It's 8am and one...

8.30

Tigers Fighting Back

Tigers Fighting Back

Tigers have a right to survive as much as human beings. With fewer than 7,000 of the big cats left, many people think they're doomed to extinction, but some men dare to believe otherwise. The absolute key to saving the wild...

8.63

Tarsier: The Littlest Alien

Tarsier: The Littlest Alien

In the Southern Philippines a new dance celebrates an ancient and secretive animal, a predator that is our primate relative, and whose origins reach back many millions of years. This is unique animal which chooses only one special night of the...

8.62

Nature's War Zone

Nature's War Zone

Out of the sands of a desert island, new life emerges from the remnants of the dead. Birthplace to a race of ancient reptiles, its beaches are an inferno, too deadly to linger on. Where the only escape leads pass the...

8.62

Naughty by Nature

Naughty by Nature

It's time to pull down the blinds because coming up is some of the biggest, hottest, nastiest sex since wild things first did the wild thing. There's no animal more adorable than the cuddly bunny. You may even have had one...

7.61

Mutation: The Science of Survival

Mutation: The Science of Survival

Monster mutants lurk in the myths of many cultures, and we're fascinated yet fearful of nature's mutants. But mutants are closer to home than we think. Often invisible, mutations are happening all around us, in every living thing. They're crucial part...

8.30

Agafia's Taiga Life

Surviving in the Siberian Wilderness for 70 Years

In 1936, a family of Russian Old Believers journeyed deep into Siberia's vast taiga to escape persecution and protect their way of life. The Lykovs eventually settled in the Sayan Mountains. Two children were born during the isolation. They ended up...

8.91

Journey to the Sea of Cortez

Journey to the Sea of Cortez

This documentary is retracing the famous Steinbeck/Ricketts expedition of 1940, when they sailed down the coast of California and Mexico to the Sea of Cortez. "The abundance of life here gives one an exuberance," they wrote, "a feeling of fullness and...

8.89

The Most Extreme Animals

The Most Extreme Animals

Each episode of The Most Extreme series focuses on a specific animal feature, such as strength, speed, behavior, anatomy, or diet, and examines and ranks ten animals that portray extreme or unusual examples of that quality. The rankings serve only to...

6.71

There Is a Rhino In My House

There Is a Rhino In My House

There is a Rhino in my House is a documentary exploring the heartwarming story of John and Judy Travers, a Zimbabwean couple, at the Imire Safari Ranch, who have devoted their lives to saving from extinction one of the rarest mammals...

8.79

Living with Lions

Living with Lions

On the African plains, where only the strong survive, one big cat rules supreme. This is life in the raw: savage, beautiful and unforgettable. During the eight years that Jurgen Jozefowicz filmed a pride of lions in South Africa’s Kruger National...

7.08

The Last Rhino

The Last Rhino

It's a creature from a bygone age, older than mankind itself. Greed and corruption, myth and superstition, had brought the rhino to the brink of extinction. For millenia its best protection, the rhino's horn is now its worst enemy. If the...

8.29