Browse through some beautiful images of our wonderful planet.
Mammals are the only animals who produce milk to feed their young.
All the extraordinarily talented faces of Eden.
Not all birds can fly but all have feathers and can lay eggs.
Dinosaurs lived on land for 160million years, 65 million years ago.
Reptiles are mostly cold-blooded animals with dry, scaly skin.
The natural world is a beautiful and inspiring place.
Eden isn't just a wildlife channel, it is also home to science.
There are plenty of amazing adventures you could be experiencing right now!
There are 1.8 million identified species of animal on Earth! Find out more with Eden.
Don't be fooled into thinking plants are boring - dip into their private world.
It's an extraordinary place to live. Welcome to Planet Earth.
Find out more about our incredible natural world with our fact files!
Making positive changes to preserve and protect the environment.
Fish have been around for an estimated 450 million years.
One amazing year: 52 adventures by Lonely Planet's Travel Editor Tom Hall.
Get on your skis in Canada, try tiger-spotting in India or head to Timbuktu in Africa.
Join the carnival in Brazil, enjoy Tet Nguyen Dan in Vietnam or see orangutans in Borneo.
Join a Saharan expedition, visit the Galapagos Islands or go to Japan for Honshu.
Celebrate Songkran in Thailand, see Victoria Falls in Africa or visit Angkor in Cambodia.
Trek through the jungle in search of gorillas or ride the Trans-Siberian railway.
Get your wellies on at Glastonbury, trek to Machu Picchu or raft the Grand Canyon.
Discover Greenland's icy landscape or brave Spain's running of the bulls.
Marvel at Italy's hilltop towns, dance 'til dawn in Dakar or visit Borobodur in Indonesia.
Venture into the Australian outback, climb Kilimanjaro or visit the wetlands in Botswana
Spot lemurs in Madagascar, have a drink at Oktoberfest or go to Easter Island in Chile.
Enjoy a New York city break, watch the Pushkar camel festival or explore ancient Damascus.
See in the new year in Samoa, dance the Tango in Argentina or see penguins in Antarctica.
All the latest new, views and learnings from your favourite wildlife and science channel.
Zoologist Charlotte Uhlenbroek talks about her encounters with primates.
Invertebrates are some of the most complex and ancient animals on the planet.
Frogs to toads, newts to legless caecilians. Amphibians are weird.
The Solar System consists of the Sun and the astronomical objects orbiting around it.
Studying human societies can be just as intrepid as studying wildlife!
Eden isn't just a wildlife channel, we also showcase the very best in science programming.
Learn all about the natural world with Eden.
Inspired By Attenborough is a series of lessons about the natural world.
Stephen Dunleavy interviewed Sir David on his new series Natural Curiosities.
Revealing the astonishing inner workings of the human body.
Eden showcases some of the very best in adventure and travel programming.
Videos and photos from behind the Scenes of David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities.
Information on current and past Eden competitions and winning entries.
A collection of all the videos on the Eden website.
Earthflight Series Producer John Downer chats about his spectacular series.
All the animals featured in Sir David Attenborough's series Natural Curiosities.
Watch video clips taken from Sir David Attenborough's fantastic series.
Photos from the natural history epic Earthflight. A world as never seen before.
Six-legged insects are everywhere, making up a large volume of the world's animal biomass.
A series of programmes documenting miraculous stories of survival in extreme environments.
A collection of images from Gordon Buchanan's The Bear Family and Me.
The Lost Land Series showcases far-flung expeditions in search of incredible wildlife.
Natural history never fails to inspire, and its communication is all down to these people.
Science is behind everything we know about our world.
There's too much out there to explore in one lifetime, even for the most intrepid.
The natural world is governed by a specific set of laws.
Biological science covers everything from medicine to evolution and genetics.
Geology rocks! Find out more about how the Earth was formed.
Some of the most wonderful imagery has a hidden story to tell.
We've released five free science articles written by some of your favourite experts.
Photos of the astonishing wildlife found throughout our incredible planet.
Explore the world with Eden and our galleries of adventure and travel photos.
Travel the world and witness some astonishing sites, sounds and cultural wonders.
Pop Science is a season of accessible and awe-inspiring science programming.
Greg Foot answers some of the most bizarre science questions, like why is chilli hot?
Photo galleries from our wildlife, science, travel and adventure programmes.
We talk to some of your favourite wildlife and science personalities.
Take a look behind the scenes on some our fantastic programmes.
On-air promo trailers showcasing Eden's brilliant programming.
Watch clips from some of Eden's programmes.
Eden is the home of the very best natural history programming. We love our wildlife!
Join in with our caption game and post your funny comments below our photos.
Behind the scenes of the spectacular human-story documentary series Human Planet.
Reaching towards the sky, mountains are the result of tectonic shifting and erosion.
Explore the regions of our Earth and learn more about our world's incredible diversity.
Antarctica is the coldest place on earth and home to some hardy wildlife.
Africa is the cradle of humanity and wildlife safari destination.
Tour South America and learn more about the wildlife and travel destinations.
Dominated by the USA and Canada, North America is home to iconic landscapes and landmarks.
With deserts, rainforest, mountains Asia is the most diverse continent in the world.
Travel across red deserts, see kangaroos and visit New Zealand, the land of birds.
We associate Europe with romantic city breaks, but it has a wild side too.
Oceans cover two thirds of the Earth's surface, and are a relative enigma.
Find out more about charitable organisations from different sectors.
Michaela Strachan chatted to us about her new programme The Great Penguin Rescue.
Christmas on Eden is going to be something special with some incredible programmes!
Sir David Attenborough's spectacular celebration of the African continent in pictures.
Don't you just wish Professor Brian Cox was your science teacher?
Using a range of innovative equipment to get an intimate view of incredible animals.
Sir David Attenborough reveals more of his Natural Curiosities in this second series.
What intrigues Sir David Attenborough? Find out all about his Natural Curiosities.
Find out what Sir David will be investigating in each episode of Natural Curiosities.
Robots are mechanical operatives driven by an electronic circuit or computer program.
Eden Shorts was a one-minute wildlife film competition run from 2014 to 2015.
Watch the top films from the Eden Shorts 2014 competition.
Want to film wildlife but don't know where to start? Or just want to get better results?
Watch the top films from the Eden Shorts 2015 competition.