Natural World

TV Show (1992 - 2013)

Natural World
Natural history film documenting the habits of wildlife species from all over the world
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Latest Episodes

  • Season 33 Episode 10: Attenborough's Fabulous Frogs

    As a boy, frogs were the first animals David Attenborough kept and today he is still just as passionate about them. In this film, he takes viewers into the weird and wonderful world of the amphibian, shedding new light on the charismatic, colourful and frequently bizarre creatures, and examining their anatomy, extraordinary behaviour and ability to survive in some of the most extreme places on the planet

  • Season 33 Episode 9: A Bear with a Bounty

    Lily is a wild black bear whose life has been documented online since the day of her birth by biologist Dr Lynn Rogers, who has a unique relationship with all the bears in his study, feeding them by hand and walking with them in the woods of north Minnesota. However, his methods have divided opinion and Lily's fame has resulted in her becoming a prime target when the six-week bear hunting season begins. This film follows possibly the most challenging chapter in Lily's remarkable life. Tamsin Greig narrates

  • Season 33 Episode 8: Beavers Behaving Badly

    The Wyoming Wetlands Society is a non-profit organisation that relocates beavers that have been damaging expensive landscaped areas and flooding yards and roads with their dam-building activities in Teton County. This documentary follows the work of Drew Reed as he traps the problem animals and takes them to drainage areas of the Gros Ventre River, where the beavers help to restore and enhance wetland habitats, providing many direct and indirect benefits to both wildlife and people. Rob Brydon narrates

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