Sir David Attenborough talks about Earth's oceans.
Do you have a caption for these mudskippers from Life?
Alice Roberts reveals how our family tree grew and spread out across the world.
The most common African carnivore spotted hyaenas are the hunter-scavenger top dog!
"Mole Rats are long, like a sausage, and they are absolutely naked!"
Spotted hyaenas are far more remarkable than their evil, cackling scavenger label.
"The natural world will start to be seen through the web."
The latest spy cameras give us a whole new perspective on penguin behaviour.
"If I got a film of that…"
Meteorologist Stephanie Abrams and weather-tester Newton Wimer host the eight-part series.
"Chameleons change colour when they are angry"
True virgin birth, called parthenogenesis, is a remarkable adaptation.
"You wouldn't have thought an elephant could swim, but it is amazing."
Sir David Attenborough attempts to get in behind the armour of two incredible animals.
Learn about the life of the presenter who has brought wildlife to the mainstream.
"Elephants can hear through their feet."
Sir David looks at the eyes of squid and owls and how they've maximised their vision.
The world’s tallest land animal, giraffes are one of the most unique species on Earth.
"The flat beak is covered in little sensory spots that pick up electrical signals."
Cuckoos and hawkmoths may just be the most cunning creatures on our planet.
The isolated island of Madagascar is famous for its lemur inhabitants.
"Queen Charlotte ... bought a male donkey and had stripes painted on its skin."
How the gorilla and the vampire bat gained frightening reputations when first discovered.
Sloths have come to symbolise laziness but these magnificent animals aren't boring!
"It is the most wonderful, extraordinary, breath-taking creature I've ever seen!"
Plants and animals have some curious super senses that we find hard to fathom.
Big cats include lions, tigers, leopards, jaguars and cheetahs.
Simians are classified as the higher primates, and include apes and monkeys.
Remarkable adaptations that have evolved to survive the most challenging of conditions.
Can we find answers to questions some of the most famous scientists couldn't answer?
The artistry of weaving and the unique properties of silk.
A 60 minute one-off documentary presented by the brilliant Professor Brian Cox.
Strange Parents asks how we usually recognise animals as either male or female.
Zebras evolved among the Old World horses within the last 4 million years.
Can the human race replicate the power of the sun for our own uses?
Magical Appearances explores how swallows magically appear each spring.
The first period of the Mesozoic and celebrated for the emergence of the dinosaurs.
How have both the chameleon and the giraffe been stretched to extraordinary lengths?
With some notable exceptions, most birds can fly with ease. But how do they do it?
Eden has commissioned a new and exclusive five part series with Sir David Attenborough.
How did two very small animals send shockwaves through the scientific community?
How did the dinosaurs become extinct? We put the top theories to the test.
Scientists strive to understand the forces at work behind the deadly storms.
The elephant and mole rat start their lives looking ancient remaining that way to old age.
Why do elephants favour one tusk? Do they really never forget?
After training in medicine Michael Mosley took the opportunity to move into TV.
Nature has twisted the tusk of the narwhal and the shells of snails and their relatives.
Which snake is the most venomous? And which is the swiftest?
Charlotte Uhlenbroek unravels the complex dynamics of four primate groups.
Why do zebras and butterflies advertise themselves with a patterns of dazzling colours?
Komodo dragons are the heaviest lizards in the world and live on an island in Indonesia.
Charlotte Uhlenbroek explores the Congo, the Amazon and Borneo.
Facts about everyone's favourite wildlife presenter.
How big is the world's biggest iceberg? How deep can you dive without oxygen?
Producer Stephen Dunleavy quizzed Sir David Attenborough on his new series.
The ultimate life swap challenge for six Brits who join remote tribes.
This revolutionary film reveals the predatory killer whale's winning formula.
Learn all about the penguins synonymous with the coldest place on earth.
Six British women trade their modern comforts for tribal life.
Great Bear Stakeout is filmed using a huge team and a range of high-tech cameras.
Find out about British birds, tropical birds and birds of prey with these facts.
Prof Marcus du Sautoy is an expert in group and number theory.
Prof Alice Roberts journeys 40,000 years back in time on the trail of Ice Age beasts.
Find out more about the nature of these biodiverse habitats with our rainforest facts.
Sir David Attenborough discovers the world's best animal architects.
Ever since the turn of the millennium the world has seen its share of "what if" scenarios.
Find out more about the final period in the age of the dinosaurs.
Sir David Attenborough explores the majestic marine world.
These steel vessels are nearly as powerful as the Titanic.
Follow top travel writer Tom Hall's advice on how to get to the Antarctic.
An eight-part series exploring the earth's oceanic geography.
The now extinct Smilodon is one of the most famous of the sabre-toothed cats.
We've effected their habitat to such an extent that animals certainly now need our help.
Unravelling the mysteries of China's beautiful landscapes and diverse wildlife.
Find out more about these magnificent creatures and their behaviour.
Africa's Great Rift Valley is one of the most wildlife-rich landscapes on the planet.
Professor Martin Smith discusses how will robots shape our society in the future.
Learn about the snowy owl's habitat, vital statistics and breeding.
Before venturing into a career in natural history media, Nigel studied botany.
The Arctic Weddell seals were named after British sailor, Captain James Weddell.
Every year thousands of animals embark on an epic 3,000-kilometre journey.
From the makers of Human Planet and Planet Earth, and narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
Learn about different tribes from all over the world with these tribal facts.
David Tennant narrates as we watch the bears up close in Svalbard, Norway.
Capture your wonder of the natural world and see it on TV!
Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall talks about cobras, podcasts and milking goats.
Ultimately, the health of our planet is in all our hands.
Find out the criteria and restrictions for entering the Eden Shorts film competition.
Find out all about TV presenter and human anatomist Alice Roberts.
Flooding in Yorkshire, tornadoes in Shropshire and rivers of hail in London.
Who'll win a Panda Award this year?
Your home might be your castle, but it is also a massive drain on the environment.
Simon King is a wildlife cameraman and prominent naturalist.
Find out more about the line lying equidistant between North and South Poles; the Equator.
Almost everything you do contributes carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.
Terms and conditions for the Eden Shorts competition.
Penguins are a group of flightless birds which are restricted to the southern hemisphere.
Benedict Cumberbatch narrates this real and surprising look at the South Pacific.
Where's easier to film than your own back garden?
Ray Mears explores Canada's inhospitable, but beautiful wilderness.