Learn how rain transforms the area into a lush grazing pasture, creating an abundance of food. Moderate weather makes it harder for predators, as prey can migrate further. With plenty of food available, mating and birthing seasons have arrived.
In the second episode; India is a subcontinent surrounded by mountains. We explore the little-known Western Ghats at the edge India's south. Here are Monsoon hills covered in lush forests and tea gardens which shelter some of the greatest biodiversity in the world. But far to the north lies the mighty Himalayas - so vast they drive the climate by capturing the monsoon winds and protect India from the northern chill. It's a unique world full of life.
Part 2 • Hidden India • 2016 • Nature
David Schwimmer explores the Ethiopian Highlands.
S1E4 • Mysterious Planet • 2020 • Nature
The story of animals surviving one of the harshest seasonal changes on the planet continues. It is summer and the Yellowstone beavers have a new challenge. Will the young survive as the river dries up and the colony is forced to move home? As food becomes scarce, wolves have a surprising strategy to keep their pups fed and grizzly bears are unexpected visitors on a cowboy ranch. By midsummer, the hot dry conditions create a new danger - deadly wildfires burn out of control and threaten to engulf a family of great grey owls. 2016 was the hottest year on earth since records began, and across Yellowstone scientists reveal the effects of rising temperatures on the animals that live here.
3/3 • Yellowstone: Wildest Winter to Blazing Summer • 2016 • Nature
Journey from the lava ramparts to its fiery heart, we'll discover how this place became one of the most important areas of biodiversity in the world
S1E4 • Eden Untamed Planet • 2021 • Nature
An examination of the diverse techniques employed by animals to disperse and protect offspring.
1/12 • Trials of Life • 1990 • Nature
In this first episode, he discovers how the Cape vulture has inspired a flying submarine; how a giraffe's neck can stop a jet pilot losing consciousness; how a woodpecker's skull can safely protect a light bulb dropped from space; and how a South American butterfly holds the secret to making any mobile phone waterproof.
1/3 • Richard Hammond's Miracles of Nature • 2012 • Nature