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NATURE brings the beauty and wonder of the natural world into your home, becoming in the process the benchmark for natural history programs.

Frogs are going extinct - here's how we can save them.
Basking sharks are typically solitary but large groups have recently been found together.
See the spectacular wildlife of The Burren in Ireland through the eyes of a pine marten.
Major support for NATURE is provided by The Arnhold Family in memory of Henry and Clarisse Arnhold, The Fairweather Foundation, Kate W. Cassidy Foundation, Charles Rosenblum, Kathy Chiao and Ken Hao, Sue and Edgar Wachenheim III, Filomen M. D’Agostino Foundation, Lillian Goldman Charitable Trust, Gregg Peters Monsees Foundation, Koo and Patricia Yuen, Sandra Atlas Bass, The Hite Foundation, Sarah and Sandra Lyu in memory of Seung and Dorothy Lyu, Bradley L. Goldberg Family Foundation, Arlene and Milton D. Berkman, Perpetual Kindness Foundation and Sun Hill Renewal Fund, by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by Viewers Like You.
Brazilian primates face extinction.
These small whales have proved remarkably rugged and intelligent.
Exploration of Puget Sound's ecosystem.
The walls of ice in Glacier Bay surround the most beautiful sights Alaska has to offer.
Researchers and filmmakers produce the first comprehensive film chronicle of the jaguar.
Dogs aid the disabled, do dangerous military work, find humans buried by avalanches
Learn about the incredible wilderness of the Serengeti.
The influence the sun and moon have on the seasons and the tides.
How humans have tried to harness nature, from use of fire to the building of nuclear bombs
Adapting some animal behaviors benefits man in body, mind and spirit.
NATURE follows an extraordinary stallion, whose life has been recorded since his birth.
Explore one of the most sophisticated and intriguing partnerships of human and animal.
Director John Murray takes us inside the making of "Wild Ireland: Kingdom of Stone."
Director Anton Ptushkin discusses his experience working on "Saving the Animals of Ukraine."
Go behind the scenes with Director Anton Ptushkin, as he navigates filming in a war zone.
Two pine marten kits grow up over several months.
The slow worm is neither a snake nor a worm but a legless lizard.
Filmmakers rush to shoot photos of Grizzly 399 and her cubs as they emerge from hibernation.
Ukrainian citizens are coming together to rescue pets left behind by those forced to flee.
Shafa, a cat in Borodyanka, was rescued from a severely war-damaged building.
Meet Patron, the bomb-detecting Jack Russell terrier who has saved countless lives.
As their population expands, some states feel grizzlies should no longer be protected.