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  • A Jungle of Aromas

    The eucalyptus forests of Australia, which have adapted to the environments found on Earth's largest island. They are home to koalas, tree kangaroos and flying foxes.

  • The Eternal Swamps

    The Florida Peninsula, dominated by a wealth of woodland, specifically wetlands and swamps, which provide shelter to deer, alligators, storks, eagles and numerous snakes.

  • The Infinite Forest

    The Taiga - the world's largest forest - which occupies the northern regions of North America, Europe and Asia and is inhabited by bears, wolverines, wolves and moose.

  • The Forests of Giants

    The forests of California, notable for their size and diversity. Redwood trees thrive over the mountains while wildlife including black bears and squirrels flourishes.

  • A World of Thorns

    The ecosystem of the Spiny Forest of Madagascar, where almost all plants are armed with thorns like daggers. The fauna includes three-eyed lizards and radiated tortoises.

  • The Rainforest in the Clouds

    The cloud rainforest, a unique ecosystem that grows in equatorial regions where clouds permanently deposit water. It is home to hummingbird species and snakes.

  • The Rainforest in the Clouds

    The cloud rainforest, a unique ecosystem that grows in equatorial regions where clouds permanently deposit water. It is home to hummingbird species and snakes.

  • The Kingdom of the Sun

    The forests that grow in the dry and mountainous regions of Madagascar. They are home to the ring-tailed lemur, pied crow, species of tenrec and unique chameleons.

  • The Kingdom of the Sun

    The forests that grow in the dry and mountainous regions of Madagascar. They are home to the ring-tailed lemur, pied crow, species of tenrec and unique chameleons.

  • The Conquered Forest

    The forests of southern Europe and North Africa, perfect territory for oak trees and more than 300 animal species, including the critically endangered imperial eagle.

  • Forests of Fire

    A forest that grows on top of volcanic cones and is capable of growing after a fire. Among its branches live animals as unique as the blue finch, canary and Barbary falcon.

  • Guardians of the River

    Forests that grow near the rivers of the Northern Hemisphere, and are the hiding places of otters and ferrets, along with heron, deer, wild boar and water voles.

  • Forests on the Peaks

    Forests that grow on the highest mountain peaks of Northern Africa and Southern Europe - unique ecosystems of singular beauty that are home to a variety of wildlife.

  • Forests on the Peaks

    Forests that grow on the highest mountain peaks of Northern Africa and Southern Europe - unique ecosystems of singular beauty that are home to a variety of wildlife.

  • Tiny Forests

    The huge expanses of olive groves around the Mediterranean region, where trees grow in an orderly manner and inhabitants include great bustards, eagles, owls and snakes.

  • Tiny Forests

    The huge expanses of olive groves around the Mediterranean region, where trees grow in an orderly manner and inhabitants include great bustards, eagles, owls and snakes.

  • The Dark Jungle

    African rainforests, which are among the oldest in the world and are inhabited by some of the most legendary animals including gorillas, chimpanzees and okapi.

  • Ephemeral Jungles

    The deciduous forests where leaves change colour throughout the year and are lost in winter. They are home to unique wildlife such as the European bison, lynx and goshawk.

  • A Tropical Eden

    The neotropical forests of South America, which extend across territories with an incredible diversity of trees and plants, and are home to jaguars, monkeys and iguanas.

  • Gardens of the God

    The coastal regions of Europe that are occupied by an evergreen forest reaching to the edge of the sea. The area is inhabited by chameleons, imperial eagles and nightjar.

  • Parched Jungles

    A focus on forests in Central and South America that are adapted to drought, where huge trees dominate and pumas, poisonous snakes and deer inhabit.

  • The Mystical Forest

    Spanish juniper woods, which have some of the most character in the world. Each juniper tree has its own shape, and the woodlands are adapted to cold and dry climates.

  • The Australian Paradise

    A fragile strip of tropical woodland that extends along the east coast of Australia. It is a place of refuge for fauna, including birds of paradise.

  • The Last Forest

    How the conservation of forests and jungles is vital to many species, and the only guarantee for future generations to enjoy these precious treasures.

Episode guide

Jungle Planet

Series 1

Jungle Planet

  • The Mystical Forest

    Spanish juniper woods, which have some of the most character in the world. Each juniper tree has its own shape, and the woodlands are adapted to cold and dry climates.

  • Spectres of the Jungle

    The Madagascan rainforest, which is one of the strangest in the world and is inhabited by lemurs whose howls at dawn and dusk fill the woodland.

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    Not scheduled
  • The Australian Paradise

    A fragile strip of tropical woodland that extends along the east coast of Australia. It is a place of refuge for fauna, including birds of paradise.

  • The Eternal Swamps

    The Florida Peninsula, dominated by a wealth of woodland, specifically wetlands and swamps, which provide shelter to deer, alligators, storks, eagles and numerous snakes.

  • Gardens of the God

    The coastal regions of Europe that are occupied by an evergreen forest reaching to the edge of the sea. The area is inhabited by chameleons, imperial eagles and nightjar.

  • Ephemeral Jungles

    The deciduous forests where leaves change colour throughout the year and are lost in winter. They are home to unique wildlife such as the European bison, lynx and goshawk.

  • The Kingdom of the Sun

    The forests that grow in the dry and mountainous regions of Madagascar. They are home to the ring-tailed lemur, pied crow, species of tenrec and unique chameleons.

  • Life Awakens

    Documentary travelling to some of the world's major forests and jungles, providing a complete view of their wildlife, biodiversity and importance for life on the planet.

    Not scheduled
    Not scheduled
  • The Infinite Forest

    The Taiga - the world's largest forest - which occupies the northern regions of North America, Europe and Asia and is inhabited by bears, wolverines, wolves and moose.

  • Tiny Forests

    The huge expanses of olive groves around the Mediterranean region, where trees grow in an orderly manner and inhabitants include great bustards, eagles, owls and snakes.

  • A Jungle of Aromas

    The eucalyptus forests of Australia, which have adapted to the environments found on Earth's largest island. They are home to koalas, tree kangaroos and flying foxes.

  • Jungles in the Sea

    The laurel forests of the Canary Islands, which are more than 20 million years old and grow in the interior of some islands where winds carry clouds and mist.

    Not scheduled
    Not scheduled
  • Forests of Fire

    A forest that grows on top of volcanic cones and is capable of growing after a fire. Among its branches live animals as unique as the blue finch, canary and Barbary falcon.

  • The Last Forest

    How the conservation of forests and jungles is vital to many species, and the only guarantee for future generations to enjoy these precious treasures.

  • A Tropical Eden

    The neotropical forests of South America, which extend across territories with an incredible diversity of trees and plants, and are home to jaguars, monkeys and iguanas.

  • A World of Thorns

    The ecosystem of the Spiny Forest of Madagascar, where almost all plants are armed with thorns like daggers. The fauna includes three-eyed lizards and radiated tortoises.

  • The Rainforest in the Clouds

    The cloud rainforest, a unique ecosystem that grows in equatorial regions where clouds permanently deposit water. It is home to hummingbird species and snakes.

  • The Conquered Forest

    The forests of southern Europe and North Africa, perfect territory for oak trees and more than 300 animal species, including the critically endangered imperial eagle.

  • The Dark Jungle

    African rainforests, which are among the oldest in the world and are inhabited by some of the most legendary animals including gorillas, chimpanzees and okapi.

  • Forests on the Peaks

    Forests that grow on the highest mountain peaks of Northern Africa and Southern Europe - unique ecosystems of singular beauty that are home to a variety of wildlife.

  • Guardians of the River

    Forests that grow near the rivers of the Northern Hemisphere, and are the hiding places of otters and ferrets, along with heron, deer, wild boar and water voles.

  • Parched Jungles

    A focus on forests in Central and South America that are adapted to drought, where huge trees dominate and pumas, poisonous snakes and deer inhabit.

  • The Ancient Jungle

    The jungles of Borneo and Southeast Asia, which are among the oldest in the world and are inhabited by a unique and exclusive fauna, with its own special characteristics.

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    Not scheduled
  • The Forests of the Moon

    Mangrove forests that grow in the tropics and are magical in appearance, with inhabitants such as proboscis monkeys, langurs, mudskippers and bearded wild boars.

    Not scheduled
    Not scheduled
  • Butterfly Forest

    Exploring the South African Savannah, home to elephants, hyenas and lions, along with colobus monkeys, eagles and mousebirds.

    Not scheduled
    Not scheduled
  • The Forests of Giants

    The forests of California, notable for their size and diversity. Redwood trees thrive over the mountains while wildlife including black bears and squirrels flourishes.