The major television series is probably one of the most-watched documentary series ever to air on television is a weekly journey of one hour into the animal kingdom, and/or various ecosystems. The world over, each episode may highlight a specific animal species such as howler monkeys and explain their behavior such as the sounds they make for their mating rituals or specifically, what sort of impact they have on their particular environment in another hour may delve into how snakes give birth or how they shed their skin, and the sort of impact that several snake species may have on a given environment for good or ill.
Another episode, however, might simply be discussing a given environment such as the jungle or Arctic as a whole and how each part of the ecosystem interact with one another to show also deals with environmental issues such as global warming or rain forest deforestation or the impact that a certain species being made extinct is going to have on a certain area of the world such as the United States. Brazil Mexico or Africa and the implications of these things happening in one and area and what it means for the world as a whole. The program also deals with the ways that mankind can help to make sure that these ecosystems and animals stay healthy and intact for many generations to come. This show also helps establish a deeper understanding and connection with the world
The program has absolutely stunning cinematography went up close and personal encounters, of all the various animals and environments that will make the viewer feel as though they are front and center for every bit of the action. Whether that is becoming part of a pride of lions , or learning to swing from tree to tree like a chimpanzee the viewer is going to be made to feel a deep connection with whatever environment or animal the show happens to be highlighting for the week so whether the viewer is interested in a specific animal or a region of the world it will not be disappointed when they are watching nature. It will take the viewer on a journey to the ends of the earth and back again each week.
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The Shannon River, Ireland's longest river, splits the country into two distinct landscapes. Wildlife cameraman Colin Stafford-Johnson camps on the river for a year to document the wildlife and other activity.
Get a glimpse at the wild honey badgers of South Africa. Although little is known about the creatures, recent videos of them have gone viral on YouTube. The animals are unique in their ability to confront grown lions, castrate charging buffalo and shrug off the toxic defenses of stinging bees, scorpions and snakes.
Twenty-five years ago, filmmaker Colin Stafford-Johnson travelled to Sulawesi in Indonesia and fell in love with crested black macaques. After learning their numbers have decreased, Stafford-Johnson returns to investigate and to see if he can help.
The coywolf, a mixture of western coyote and eastern wolf, is a new hybrid carnivore that is assuming control over territories once roamed by wolves and slipping unnoticed into our cities. Tag along as scientists study this new top predator, tracking it from the wilderness of Ontario's Algonquin Park, through parking lots, alleys and backyards in Toronto all the way to the streets of New York City.