Filming in water can be challenging, but Nigel Marven has got some hints and tips for you!
Sir David Attenborough's Wild Canada comes to Eden!
Eden's Charlie Williams chats to Sir David about his series.
Singing animals? We'll let our stars impress you with what shows we have coming up.
Producer Stephen Dunleavy quizzed Sir David Attenborough on his new series.
Facts about everyone's favourite wildlife presenter.
Looking good! Browse photos of David Attenborough's second series of Natural Curiosities.
How did a female Komodo dragon give birth when she had never had contact with a male?
Aphids reproduce like tiny Russian dolls with multiple generations inside each individual.
The thick, folded skin of the rhinoceros looks almost like armour plating.
The hedgehogs spiky armour would put off any prospective mother-to-be.
What kind of animal would wrestle a sperm whale in the deep?
Just how are owls able to turn their head almost all the way round?
Cuckoos trick other birds into raising their young for them. But how?!
The death's head hawkmoth may look freakish but it prefers to slip by unnoticed.
The discovery of a new powerfully built ape fuelled stories of savage beasts.
A vampire bat feeds on the blood of a pig after opening a wound in its leg.
Plants are able to utilise electric fields to attract pollinating insects.
Electric eels were a sensation when they were first brought to this country!
Wood frogs can withstand the closest thing to death without actually dying.
Would a study of emperor penguins reveal an evolutionary link to dinosaurs?
No bird nest matches the complex intricacy of the weaver birds exquisite creation.
Spider silk is the toughest natural material known to man.
Male seahorses really are a fish like no other, keeping their young in a special pouch.
Could the hyaenas adult physiology explain their complex sexual behaviour?
The mystery of the painted lady butterfly migration confused naturalists for years.
Sir David Attenborough talks about the history of swift and swallow migration.
Colonising the land, sea and air, could birds be the greatest group of animals on Earth?
Watch a clip from Sir David Attenborough's spectacular series Africa.
Sir David Attenborough has seen and done some incredible things.
In Attenborough’s Ark, Sir David explains why the animals he chose are so important.
South Pacific captured some incredible imagery for the series.
"There might be something in the abominable snowman mystery."
Sir David Attenborough admits that there could be something in the yeti mystery.
Jarvis Cocker interviewed and then led a Q&A session with Sir David Attenborough.
We've uncovered even more of Sir David Attenborough's best lines.
There are as many species of coral in deep sea reefs as in their warm water counterparts.
A world of wildlife beneath the waves.
Exploring the deep blue sea's weird, wonderful and creepy inhabitants.
The seas around Sulawesi contain some wonderfully creepy wildlife.
Nigel Marven sets out on another adventure, this time focusing on grey whales.
Up and down the coastline, Nigel Marven meets whale-watchers, scientists and researchers.
Sir David Attenborough chats to a tawny owl during filming of the second series.
Simon Reeve’s voyage of discovery takes in the natural as well as the human world.
Trevor Hutton is self-trained but South Africa has always cautioned against the sport.
One of the most wide-spread mammals on the planet, they inhabit every ocean.
Eden is home to some of the world's greatest storytellers.
Sir David Attenborough on the gigantic blue whale.
See all kinds of underwater life with these pictures of fish and sea creatures.
Photos taken from the Reef to Rainforest episode of Great Barrier Reef.
What lies at the bottom of the oceans? What would happen if the planet lost them?
See Sir David Attenborough on Eden every night at 7pm.
The Frozen Planet showcases some of the world's harshest environments.
See the trailer for Sir David Attenborough's groundbreaking wildlife series Life.
Sir David Attenborough discusses flight in birds.
Sir David Attenborough talks about the lifestyle of worms.
Sir David Attenborough talks about giant underground caves.
Producer Stephen Dunleavy on working with Sir David Attenborough.
Cameraman Rod Clarke on working with Sir David Attenborough.
A question and answer session with Sir David Attenborough.
The crew from Natural Curiosities talk about working with Sir David Attenborough.
Sir David Attenborough talks about his encounters with elephants.
Sir David Attenborough talks about interacting with gorillas.
Find out why Sir David Attenborough thinks our generation has been so privileged.
Sir David Attenborough talks about Madagascan lemurs.
Sir David Attenborough discusses the need to preserve our environment.
Sir David Attenborough talks about the adaptability of plants.
Steve Backshall talks about his admiration for naturalist David Attenborough.
A long spiral tooth sticking out the front of your face must be quite cumbersome.
Counterintuitively, the zebra's stripes acted as camouflage on Victorian England streets.
Who would have thought that naked mole rats would have something in common with termites?
Watch highlights from our live Ask Attenborough event with Sir David.
Sir David has had a distinguished natural history career, and here's the proof!
See photos from the landmark series The Life of Mammals.
Life in the Undergrowth explores the creepy crawly side of life.
Showing the most extreme places on Earth and the animals who live there.
Stunning pictures from Sir David Attenborough's landmark wildlife series Life.
Tiger: Spy in the Jungle captures the day-to-day lives of four tiny tiger cubs.
Photos from Sir David Attenborough's exploration of nature’s evolutionary anomalies.
A collection of images from the filming of the Stretched to the Limit episode.
A collection of images from the filming of the A Curious Twist episode.
A clip from the Natural Curiosities episode A Curious Hoax.
Some of Sir David's most inspirational material has not been the film but the narration.
Sir David Attenborough talks about his exciting new series Natural Curiosities.
The movement of the tides is caused by rotation of the Moon and the Earth.
Read Eden's interview with Britain's favourite naturalist Sir David Attenborough.
Cargo vessels are the closest you can get to recreating the golden age of sea travel.
No visit to New Zealand is complete without spotting its spectacular marine life.
How big is the world's biggest iceberg? How deep can you dive without oxygen?
Learn about the life of the presenter who has brought wildlife to the mainstream.