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Past the white sand beaches and beautiful waters lies some of the world's most unique geological features and wild life...

A unique population of mountain goats live where few other creatures dare, along the vertical walls of Canada's "Grand...

The extraordinary story and legacy of free-diver Jacques Mayol, whose life became the inspiration for Luc Besson's cult...

Biologist Patrick Aryee dives into the science of biomimicracy, investigating whether the unique adaptations of animals...

A Vancouver couple decides to eat only rescued food for six months. What they find is shocking: truckloads of perfectly...

A poem for the planet, Nova Ami and Velcrow Ripper's film bears witness to a moment of profound change - the loss of one...

Two gritty teams of hobbyist cavers attempt to break records for the longest and deepest caves in Canada.

Something astonishing is happening in the city of Vancouver, BC. Largely unnoticed amidst vehicle traffic, industrial...

On the edge of South America is an awe-inspiring land of extremes, home to an incredible diversity of animals and plants...

Korea is a land of stunning beauty and remarkable wildlife, with lush wetlands, soaring mountains and turbulent seas.

Ray visits Galloway, exploring the riches of the stunning coast of southwest Scotland and the hidden treasures that live in Britain's largest forest park - including the rare and elusive pine marten.

There are 25,000 islands in the vast Pacific Ocean. From palm-lined pristine beaches to cold rocky outcrops, each one fosters its own ecology.

Many animals that live in the ocean must go to extraordinary lengths to survive. Using the greatest shipwreck story of all time, the huge challenges are revealed.

Ray explores the wildlife surviving against all odds in the rugged landscapes around Britain's highest mountain range, Snowdonia.

Off the east coast of Australia lies the world's largest living structure - the Great Barrier Reef, home to curious residents and seasonal visitors like the humpback whale.

Patrick heads deep into the jungles of Costa Rica, following squirrel monkeys on the move as he tries to find out why the insect population is in such steep decline.

Ray journeys by canoe along the mighty River Thames from Oxfordshire to London, before setting up camp in one of the world's most precious and exclusive woodlands.

Centuries of seismic activity have lined the Coral Triangle's bays with volcanic ash and mud - "muck zones" that have borne some of the marine world's most bizarre and intriguing adaptations.

Mumbai has more leopards per square kilometre than anywhere else in the world. Niall discovers how human living conditions impact the big cat's choice of prey.

Patrick is in a remote national park in Costa Rica to witness the annual mass nesting of sea turtles - and the predatory jaguars that come in for the kill.

In search of the country's largest ground beetle, Ray travels across Dartmoor's granite peaks and into its mysterious oak forests.

The Coral Triangle, a region spanning Indonesia to the Solomon Islands, is the epicentre of marine biodiversity and home to the world's largest and smallest fish.

Indian elephants are struggling for their lives as their natural habitats keep getting smaller. Niall investigates how communities and the government are managing human-elephant conflict.