LOVE NATURE

LOVE NATURE

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00:00-00:10 Guardians Of The Wild 1

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

00:00-00:10 Guardians Of The Wild 1

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

Animal Senses 1

00:10-00:35

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

00:10-00:35 Animal Senses 1

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

Animal Senses 1

00:10-00:35

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

00:10-00:35 Animal Senses 1

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

Animal Senses 1

00:35-01:00

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

00:35-01:00 Animal Senses 1

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

Animal Senses 1

00:35-01:00

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

00:35-01:00 Animal Senses 1

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

Ocean Parks 1

01:00-01:50

In the Florida Keys, mangrove swamps serve as nurseries for fish and hunting grounds for endangered waterfowl, seagrass serves as food and shelter for fish and crustaceans, and coral reefs host diverse fish species and endangered sea turtles.

01:00-01:50 Ocean Parks 1

In the Florida Keys, mangrove swamps serve as nurseries for fish and hunting grounds for endangered waterfowl, seagrass serves as food and shelter for fish and crustaceans, and coral reefs host diverse fish species and endangered sea turtles.

Ocean Parks 1

01:00-01:50

In the Florida Keys, mangrove swamps serve as nurseries for fish and hunting grounds for endangered waterfowl, seagrass serves as food and shelter for fish and crustaceans, and coral reefs host diverse fish species and endangered sea turtles.

01:00-01:50 Ocean Parks 1

In the Florida Keys, mangrove swamps serve as nurseries for fish and hunting grounds for endangered waterfowl, seagrass serves as food and shelter for fish and crustaceans, and coral reefs host diverse fish species and endangered sea turtles.

Great Blue Wild 1

01:50-02:40

More than 200 caves play host to an unmatched array of marine life and coral formations in an underwater kingdom 40 kilometres from Belize City. Here, a deep blue wilderness brims with rare fish, eagle rays, sharks, and huge green morays.

01:50-02:40 Great Blue Wild 1

More than 200 caves play host to an unmatched array of marine life and coral formations in an underwater kingdom 40 kilometres from Belize City. Here, a deep blue wilderness brims with rare fish, eagle rays, sharks, and huge green morays.

Great Blue Wild 1

01:50-02:40

More than 200 caves play host to an unmatched array of marine life and coral formations in an underwater kingdom 40 kilometres from Belize City. Here, a deep blue wilderness brims with rare fish, eagle rays, sharks, and huge green morays.

01:50-02:40 Great Blue Wild 1

More than 200 caves play host to an unmatched array of marine life and coral formations in an underwater kingdom 40 kilometres from Belize City. Here, a deep blue wilderness brims with rare fish, eagle rays, sharks, and huge green morays.

Brazil Untamed 1

02:40-03:30

Track a young jaguar as he practises hunting the way his mother taught him to. Watch him take on a caiman, who tests the inexperienced cat's skills with quick moves and surprising power. Then follow the jaguar mother on her prowl for a new mate.

02:40-03:30 Brazil Untamed 1

Track a young jaguar as he practises hunting the way his mother taught him to. Watch him take on a caiman, who tests the inexperienced cat's skills with quick moves and surprising power. Then follow the jaguar mother on her prowl for a new mate.

Brazil Untamed 1

02:40-03:30

Track a young jaguar as he practises hunting the way his mother taught him to. Watch him take on a caiman, who tests the inexperienced cat's skills with quick moves and surprising power. Then follow the jaguar mother on her prowl for a new mate.

02:40-03:30 Brazil Untamed 1

Track a young jaguar as he practises hunting the way his mother taught him to. Watch him take on a caiman, who tests the inexperienced cat's skills with quick moves and surprising power. Then follow the jaguar mother on her prowl for a new mate.

Amazing Animal Friends 1

03:30-04:20

This episode of Amazing Animal Friends features a duck that won't go in the water without a ride from her pooch pal, an elephant that thinks she's a buffalo, and a herd of cows that adopt an orphaned deer.

03:30-04:20 Amazing Animal Friends 1

This episode of Amazing Animal Friends features a duck that won't go in the water without a ride from her pooch pal, an elephant that thinks she's a buffalo, and a herd of cows that adopt an orphaned deer.

Amazing Animal Friends 1

03:30-04:20

This episode of Amazing Animal Friends features a duck that won't go in the water without a ride from her pooch pal, an elephant that thinks she's a buffalo, and a herd of cows that adopt an orphaned deer.

03:30-04:20 Amazing Animal Friends 1

This episode of Amazing Animal Friends features a duck that won't go in the water without a ride from her pooch pal, an elephant that thinks she's a buffalo, and a herd of cows that adopt an orphaned deer.

Amazing Animal Friends 1

04:20-05:10

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

04:20-05:10 Amazing Animal Friends 1

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

Amazing Animal Friends 1

04:20-05:10

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

04:20-05:10 Amazing Animal Friends 1

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

Guardians Of The Wild 1

05:10-06:00

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

05:10-06:00 Guardians Of The Wild 1

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

Guardians Of The Wild 1

05:10-06:00

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

05:10-06:00 Guardians Of The Wild 1

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

Animal Senses 1

06:00-06:25

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

06:00-06:25 Animal Senses 1

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

Animal Senses 1

06:00-06:25

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

06:00-06:25 Animal Senses 1

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

Animal Senses 1

06:25-06:55

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

06:25-06:55 Animal Senses 1

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

Animal Senses 1

06:25-06:55

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

06:25-06:55 Animal Senses 1

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

06:55-07:00 Wild Moves 1

The red-eyed tree frog is only 2 inches long, yet it can cross three feet in a single leap. That's 20 times its body length! However, they're not strong enough to produce such powerful hops. In this episode of Wild Moves, super slow motion footage reveals the secret to their gravity-defying feats.

06:55-07:00 Wild Moves 1

The red-eyed tree frog is only 2 inches long, yet it can cross three feet in a single leap. That's 20 times its body length! However, they're not strong enough to produce such powerful hops. In this episode of Wild Moves, super slow motion footage reveals the secret to their gravity-defying feats.

Ocean Parks 1

07:00-07:50

In the Florida Keys, mangrove swamps serve as nurseries for fish and hunting grounds for endangered waterfowl, seagrass serves as food and shelter for fish and crustaceans, and coral reefs host diverse fish species and endangered sea turtles.

07:00-07:50 Ocean Parks 1

In the Florida Keys, mangrove swamps serve as nurseries for fish and hunting grounds for endangered waterfowl, seagrass serves as food and shelter for fish and crustaceans, and coral reefs host diverse fish species and endangered sea turtles.

Ocean Parks 1

07:00-07:50

In the Florida Keys, mangrove swamps serve as nurseries for fish and hunting grounds for endangered waterfowl, seagrass serves as food and shelter for fish and crustaceans, and coral reefs host diverse fish species and endangered sea turtles.

07:00-07:50 Ocean Parks 1

In the Florida Keys, mangrove swamps serve as nurseries for fish and hunting grounds for endangered waterfowl, seagrass serves as food and shelter for fish and crustaceans, and coral reefs host diverse fish species and endangered sea turtles.

Great Blue Wild 1

07:50-08:40

More than 200 caves play host to an unmatched array of marine life and coral formations in an underwater kingdom 40 kilometres from Belize City. Here, a deep blue wilderness brims with rare fish, eagle rays, sharks, and huge green morays.

07:50-08:40 Great Blue Wild 1

More than 200 caves play host to an unmatched array of marine life and coral formations in an underwater kingdom 40 kilometres from Belize City. Here, a deep blue wilderness brims with rare fish, eagle rays, sharks, and huge green morays.

Great Blue Wild 1

07:50-08:40

More than 200 caves play host to an unmatched array of marine life and coral formations in an underwater kingdom 40 kilometres from Belize City. Here, a deep blue wilderness brims with rare fish, eagle rays, sharks, and huge green morays.

07:50-08:40 Great Blue Wild 1

More than 200 caves play host to an unmatched array of marine life and coral formations in an underwater kingdom 40 kilometres from Belize City. Here, a deep blue wilderness brims with rare fish, eagle rays, sharks, and huge green morays.

Guardians Of The Wild 1

08:40-09:30

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

08:40-09:30 Guardians Of The Wild 1

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

Guardians Of The Wild 1

08:40-09:30

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

08:40-09:30 Guardians Of The Wild 1

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

Animal Senses 1

09:30-09:55

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

09:30-09:55 Animal Senses 1

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

Animal Senses 1

09:30-09:55

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

09:30-09:55 Animal Senses 1

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

Animal Senses 1

09:55-10:20

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

09:55-10:20 Animal Senses 1

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

Animal Senses 1

09:55-10:20

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

09:55-10:20 Animal Senses 1

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

Brazil Untamed 1

10:20-11:10

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

10:20-11:10 Brazil Untamed 1

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

Brazil Untamed 1

10:20-11:10

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

10:20-11:10 Brazil Untamed 1

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

Baby Animals 1

11:10-11:35

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

11:10-11:35 Baby Animals 1

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

Baby Animals 1

11:10-11:35

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

11:10-11:35 Baby Animals 1

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

Baby Animals 1

11:35-12:00

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

11:35-12:00 Baby Animals 1

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

Baby Animals 1

11:35-12:00

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

11:35-12:00 Baby Animals 1

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

Wildest New Zealand 1

12:00-12:50

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

12:00-12:50 Wildest New Zealand 1

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

Wildest New Zealand 1

12:00-12:50

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

12:00-12:50 Wildest New Zealand 1

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

12:50-13:40

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

12:50-13:40 Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

12:50-13:40

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

12:50-13:40 Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

Amazing Animal Friends 1

13:40-14:30

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

13:40-14:30 Amazing Animal Friends 1

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

Amazing Animal Friends 1

13:40-14:30

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

13:40-14:30 Amazing Animal Friends 1

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

City Wildlife Rescue 1

14:30-14:55

A curious raccoon sticks his head a little too far into a peanut butter jar on a sweltering summer day in Toronto. See how the team gets him out of this sticky situation. Then cheer on a painted turtle who needs emergency eye surgery.

14:30-14:55 City Wildlife Rescue 1

A curious raccoon sticks his head a little too far into a peanut butter jar on a sweltering summer day in Toronto. See how the team gets him out of this sticky situation. Then cheer on a painted turtle who needs emergency eye surgery.

City Wildlife Rescue 1

14:30-14:55

A curious raccoon sticks his head a little too far into a peanut butter jar on a sweltering summer day in Toronto. See how the team gets him out of this sticky situation. Then cheer on a painted turtle who needs emergency eye surgery.

14:30-14:55 City Wildlife Rescue 1

A curious raccoon sticks his head a little too far into a peanut butter jar on a sweltering summer day in Toronto. See how the team gets him out of this sticky situation. Then cheer on a painted turtle who needs emergency eye surgery.

14:55-15:00 Wild Moves 1

The sugar glider lives in the forest canopy. To adapt to its arboreal life, it developed the ability to fly without wings! This gliding membrane produces some wild moves – ones that can only be seen in super slow motion in this episode.

14:55-15:00 Wild Moves 1

The sugar glider lives in the forest canopy. To adapt to its arboreal life, it developed the ability to fly without wings! This gliding membrane produces some wild moves – ones that can only be seen in super slow motion in this episode.

Guardians Of The Wild 1

15:00-15:50

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

15:00-15:50 Guardians Of The Wild 1

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

Guardians Of The Wild 1

15:00-15:50

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

15:00-15:50 Guardians Of The Wild 1

Meet timid, young, orphaned elephant Tafika as he reaches a big choice in his training: stay with his siblings in the safety of camp, or join the older orphans living in the semi-wild around camp. Is he brave enough to make the move towards freedom?

Animal Senses 1

15:50-16:15

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

15:50-16:15 Animal Senses 1

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

Animal Senses 1

15:50-16:15

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

15:50-16:15 Animal Senses 1

The first sense to evolve in the first animals was chemoreception. It means being able to detect chemicals in the animal's environment. This helps animals find prey and mates, and to sense predators from a distance.

Animal Senses 1

16:15-16:40

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

16:15-16:40 Animal Senses 1

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

Animal Senses 1

16:15-16:40

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

16:15-16:40 Animal Senses 1

The sense of touch is useful to feel physical forces such as bites, changes in temperature, texture, etc. Some animals have become extra sensitive to feel very faint vibrations, which give them a lot of information about their environment.

Brazil Untamed 1

16:40-17:30

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

16:40-17:30 Brazil Untamed 1

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

Brazil Untamed 1

16:40-17:30

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

16:40-17:30 Brazil Untamed 1

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

Baby Animals 1

17:30-17:55

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

17:30-17:55 Baby Animals 1

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

Baby Animals 1

17:30-17:55

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

17:30-17:55 Baby Animals 1

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

Baby Animals 1

17:55-18:20

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

17:55-18:20 Baby Animals 1

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

Baby Animals 1

17:55-18:20

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

17:55-18:20 Baby Animals 1

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

Wildest New Zealand 1

18:20-19:10

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

18:20-19:10 Wildest New Zealand 1

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

Wildest New Zealand 1

18:20-19:10

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

18:20-19:10 Wildest New Zealand 1

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

19:10-20:00

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

19:10-20:00 Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

19:10-20:00

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

19:10-20:00 Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

Amazing Animal Friends 1

20:00-20:50

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

20:00-20:50 Amazing Animal Friends 1

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

Amazing Animal Friends 1

20:00-20:50

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

20:00-20:50 Amazing Animal Friends 1

Meet more Amazing Animal Friends including Charlotte, a schnauzer who enjoys bath time with her guinea pig pal Wallace, and a randy ram called Hamish who likes to sneak off to live with a herd of dairy cows instead of his own kind.

Brazil Untamed 1

20:50-21:40

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

20:50-21:40 Brazil Untamed 1

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

Brazil Untamed 1

20:50-21:40

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

20:50-21:40 Brazil Untamed 1

Join a group of wildlife scientists tracking the comeback of the ocelot in the Pantanal. Check in on their network of trail cameras, which capture the movements of this elusive spotted cat, and see the perils it faces, including giant anacondas.

Baby Animals 1

21:40-22:05

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

21:40-22:05 Baby Animals 1

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

Baby Animals 1

21:40-22:05

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

21:40-22:05 Baby Animals 1

Elephants, gorillas, rhinos, and bison are among the largest and most imposing land-dwelling mammals, but they all start out as helpless infants. See how babies from each species find their way to becoming giants.

Baby Animals 1

22:05-22:30

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

22:05-22:30 Baby Animals 1

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

Baby Animals 1

22:05-22:30

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

22:05-22:30 Baby Animals 1

Not all infants in the animal kingdom get to have a good mother. But these are the stories of the lucky ones, from a ring-tailed lemur who learns everything from its mom to a tiny orangutan that receives a constant supply of motherly cuddles.

Wildest New Zealand 1

22:30-23:20

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

22:30-23:20 Wildest New Zealand 1

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

Wildest New Zealand 1

22:30-23:20

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

22:30-23:20 Wildest New Zealand 1

Spring on the east coast is a time of promise for two iconic island species: the New Zealand fur seal and the northern royal albatross. Both have returned to the land of their birth to breed.

Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

23:20-23:59

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

23:20-23:59 Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

23:20-23:59

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

23:20-23:59 Secrets Of Wild Australia 1

Descended from the Asian wolf, dingoes have been in Australia for over three thousand years. As apex predators, they keep feral animal numbers in check, but the introduction of non-native sheep and cattle has caused them problems.

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