The largest natural history survey of Canada ever seen on television.
Nigel Marven likes his snakes - even the deadly ones!
Drawing on the latest science Ice Age Giants explores how these incredible beasts lived.
Great Bear Stakeout watches the every move of a population of grizzly bears.
Looking good! Browse photos of David Attenborough's second series of Natural Curiosities.
The most populous country in the world is also one of the most wild.
Colonising the land, sea and air, could birds be the greatest group of animals on Earth?
Discover what it really means to be a penguin with Spy in the Huddle.
Taking in the scale of Arabia's landscapes and the animals and people who call this home.
You may have some incredible athletes on your TV right now, but how about these wild ones?
The home of incredible wildlife and stunning landscapes; Wild Africa.
As the largest desert in the world the Sahara is one of the most inhospitable of habitats.
The east and west ocean currents off Southern Africa collide to form an explosion of life.
Central Africa and its wildlife is drowned in claustrophobic tropical rainforest.
East Africa is a land of endless change and the savannah wildlife need to be adaptable.
Helping to protect the Siberian tiger is a daunting prospect!
Exploring Africa's southwest corner, two deserts sit side by side; the Kalahari and Namib.
Take a look at some spectacular images from Gordon Buchanan's Polar Bear Family & Me.
A single unbroken chain connects us to all life and the laws of nature that created it.
Christmas is synonymous with snowy animals - just look at the nearest Christmas card!
Feathered and winged, they roam the world's skies. Some have even reverted back to land.
Mammals include the largest and most successful animals on the planet.
They may be spineless, but they're some of the hardiest creatures on Earth.
A gallery of that cold-blooded, scaly group of animals: the reptiles.
A gallery celebrating the fascinating African mammal that is the hippo.
A gallery of all your favourite baby animals from around the world, aren't they cute?
Michaela Strachan and African penguins makes for a great combination.
In Attenborough’s Ark, Sir David explains why the animals he chose are so important.
There were more than just lions in Lions on the Move... There were hyenas too!
Kevin Richardson makes sure his lions and hyenas live as enriched of lives as possible.
The technology used to film this stunning series helped gather some incredible images.
Nigel Marven takes a close look at some of Hainan's amazing wildlife.
Nigel Marven ventures to the Yunnan province in China.
View images of Sir David Attenborough as he presents Gorilla Revisted.
All your favourite animals in one photo gallery. Yours missing? Leave a comment!
A photo gallery of the Eden team's favourite animals!
Leandro is the Jaguar Man, check out our gallery of photos from the programme.
Knut was an incredible polar bear, raising awareness worldwide.
Australian Brolga rescues baby kangaroos from the roadside and nurses them back to health.
The seas around Sulawesi contain some wonderfully creepy wildlife.
Famous for their epic migrations, wildebeest herds are a sight to behold.
Life on the fire of volcanoes can be a struggle, but it finds a way.
Nigel Marven saw some incredible wildlife in Colombia and here's the proof!
With those unmistakable black eyes and ears, pandas are the face of wildlife conservation.
Hedgehogs are renowned for their spiky, modified guard hairs.
Everyone has a soft spot for the iconic orang-utan, the king of the swingers.
Up and down the coastline, Nigel Marven meets whale-watchers, scientists and researchers.
Nigel Marven encounters penguin colonies, birds of prey and swathes of breeding sea birds.
Sir David Attenborough's seminal ocean classic.
The Ganges is one of the most powerful rivers in the world.
Liz Bonnin meets some incredibly intelligent animals.
Cheetahs are the fastest land animal on earth, keeping up with them is a struggle.
Gannets are large, yellow-headed seabirds with a voracious appetite for sardines.
One of the most wide-spread mammals on the planet, they inhabit every ocean.
New scientific discoveries reveal some incredibly improbable connections.
Fly over Africa on the back of a vulture and see the African continent with fresh eyes.
Baby hippos can still weigh around the same as an adult human.
See photos from the landmark series The Life of Mammals.
Stunning pictures from Sir David Attenborough's landmark wildlife series Life.
We soar with cranes and geese over Venice, the white cliffs of Dover and Edinburgh.
This army of 20m sisters thrives by ravaging the forest, killing everything it meets!
The Frozen Planet can be surprisingly full of life.
Frozen Planet heads to the ends of the earth to capture incredible wildlife.
African elephants are even larger than there Asian relatives.
Tigers are the largest of all the cats and one of the most deadly!
Sometimes you need a wide angle lens to fit the world’s tallest land animal into a photo.
Lions are the sociable members of the cat family.
Locked on the island of Madagascar, it's no wonder lemurs are so unique!
The big cats are some of the biggest land predators on the planet!
There are over 470 species of shark. See some of them in action.
Monkeys are incredibly diverse, intelligent primates.
Poison dart frog is the common name of a group of Central and South American frogs.
Penguins are perfectly adapted for an aquatic life.
Baby monkeys can tug at the heart strings of even the sternest of people.
From snow leopard cubs to white tiger cubs, learn more about the big cats' young.
Owls are some of the most widely dispersed birds in the world.
Power, venom, patience; the Komodo dragon has all the virtues of a killer.
Their trunks, tusks and immense size sets elephants in a class of their own!
See all kinds of underwater life with these pictures of fish and sea creatures.
Photos taken from the Nature's Miracle episode of Great Barrier Reef.
Showing the most extreme places on Earth and the animals who live there.
Polar pictures from the programme Vanishing Antarctic.
Images from the North American episode of Earthflight.
There are 70 million specimens to explore in the wonderful NHM.