Watch these curious cubs welcome their mother back to the den.
To survive in the forest, tiger cubs must learn to blend in.
Is expert jungle traveler Alfred destined for life in the orangutan lonely hearts club?
The three-mile-high summits of the Ethiopian highlands are for expert climbers only: Gelada baboons.
Pronk around! Pronk around! Pronk up, pronk up and get down!
90% of Australia’s wildlife is found nowhere else on earth.
What better way to celebrate your birthday than with beluga whales and polar bears?
With a successful mid-air twist, these fish can collect their tasty prize.
As the largest herbavores in the sea, dugons can eat an entire football field’s worth of sea grass in a single day.
With the help of angelfish, this oceanic wanderer rids itself of clingy parasites.
From fifty-feet up in a tree, mandarin ducklings take their first flights!
It’s a seadragon dad’s job to carry the fertilized eggs until they hatch.
This youngster has an important destiny to fulfill on the dangerous surface.
Baby ostriches dodge elephants, giraffes, zebras, and brawling lions while trying to quench their thirst.
This mother bird’s risk paid off — she’s the only resident eagle in this entire forest!
This baby monkey’s ancestors have roamed Earth’s forests for millions of years.
The last hatchling on the beach dodges predators from above and below on her way to the safety of the sea.
Only one hatchling in 1,000 will survive to adulthood, but the ones that do can live over 80 years.
These penguins gather on Deception Island, an active volcano, to breed.
Watch a gangly Guanaco calf take its very wobbly first steps.
When violent storms displace chicks from their nests, they must fight to climb back up to the warmth of their parents.
Tracking Australia’s most elusive predators was the crew’s greatest challenge, but eventually led them to a very special surprise.
Practice makes perfect for these brown bear cubs of Finland.
The jungle is these lowland gorilla’s playground.
At this Florida manatee hangout, youngsters get the chance to meet some unusually chilled-out reptiles.
Seal pups perform a playful dance in front of an audience of very unimpressed penguins.
The ‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’ crew tracked this fearless puma mother for a hundred miles to film her life and death struggle to provide for her cubs.
Otherwise known as “olms”, these creatures can go an entire decade without a meal.
A mother humpback whale must go without food while her calf consumes 500 liters of her milk a day.
An arctic fox must hunt tirelessly to feed her seven pups.
One of only 40 Amur leopards left in the wild, a mother works hard to get her young cub through the winter.
It’s the best way to keep their young safe in busy tropical waters.
Within their first year of life, penguin chicks face many extraordinary hardships in the arctic.
A determined polar bear mother leads her cubs into a dangerous new world.
A monkey nanny-turned-lifeguard has her hands full with the young monkeys of Singapore.
Now she has four babies to fatten up for the winter. Her secret? Pine nuts.
All the baby animals have come out to play.
This mama otter keeps her baby’s fluff on fleek.
There’s food in the tundra, if you know where to look.
It’s easier to hide when there’s only two of you.
How does a rookie bear cub get down from a tall tree?
These 20-day-old chicks must face the first challenge of their lives.
These gray leaf monkeys might appear drab, but their newborns stick out like a (cute) sore thumb!
One male stays behind to watch out for everyone’s tadpoles.
The clownfish male is under constant surveillance by the female to ensure his egg-caring performance is up to par.
This extraordinary cheetah mother managed to get all her cubs through their first year.
Enthusiasm? Absolutely. Technique? Not quite.
Watch and learn, grizzly cubs!
Bulk up, share, mind your manners and work on your speed!
The ‘Planet Earth II’ camera crew releases peregrine falcon chicks into the skies of New York City.
Discover how the ‘Blue Planet 2’ crew filmed a mother walrus and her pup using the UHD Mega-dome.
Tigress Raj Behra’s two week old cubs take their very first steps.
But this Painted wolf mama certainly does!
Like a true star, tigress Raj Behra chose a den no paparazzi could reach by car.
It takes a fearless and patient mother to keep curious cubs safe.
Will this young female rhino fall for a would-be mate’s eccentric style?
A brave chimpanzee uses tools to break into a hidden beehive.
These African birds treat themselves to a bee hive feast on the side of a cliff.
The nickname “Flying Lemur” may be a bit misleading, but these Colugos are the masters of the glide.
Flood waters bring safety to this frolicking antelope family.
White water lilies and spring flowers are reborn as the winter ice retreats.
Saguaro cactus flowers bloom over a period of successive nights in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona.
A seadragon couple shares a graceful dance in the evening light.
This three-toed pygmy sloth is doing his best to find “the one”!
There’s nothing like some Vitamin D to kickstart your morning.
I felt like I wanted to hug him.
No umbrella required.
Lose yourself in the sounds of the forest floor.
Experience the unique sound of wings flapping 15 times per second.
These Antarctic residents get front row seats to one of nature’s greatest light shows.
The signature Spinner dolphin twist: maybe for communication, maybe just for fun.
These busy grasses have their own special music.
Sit back and let the sound of the ocean wash over you.
These bold lizards of the Savannah hunt flies on top of sleeping lions.
The nearer he gets to his skittish prey, the quieter he must be.
Why are cheetahs so fast? Why do tigers have stripes? Habitats force animals to adapt, and the results are fascinating.
Desperate times call for desperate measures.
Each battle has a different ending.
The fastest land animal on the planet, cheetahs can reach 58 mph while hunting.
One lion faces off with an entire herd of buffalo to keep her little ones safe.
When that bamboo diet doesn’t get you fat enough to hibernate…
It’s a fish feast for the ages in Katmai National Park, where grizzly bears eat up to 90 pounds a day.
After seven months of hibernation, it’s ClamFest for these hungry grizzly bears!
Meet the tiny little dung beetle that could.
A whale shark enjoys it’s annual plankton feast while other fish use it as a giant shield.
Isolated for thousands of years, these mysterious creatures have everything they need inside their caves.
For this herd, the grass is always greener on the other side.
A Grévys zebra proves his worth to a mate.
Jump on in, the water’s fine!
It starts with a duet and ends with a frenzied chorus. The message is clear: stay away from our territory!
Here’s how to hunt in the shallowest of waters.
These crab-eating monkeys have found a one-stop-shop to swim, fish, and play.
These highly social boto dolphins use sonar and teamwork to navigate life in the murky water they call home.
The wild dogs of Northern Singapore are no match for this close-knit otter family.
Young stoats learn important life skills during play — plus they get to break out their dance moves.
Everyone wants to wear the crown.
How do emperor penguins survive the cruelest winters on earth?
Which chimps have what it takes to climb the hierarchy?
A gathering of orca whales use fascinating teamwork to hunt herring.
Painted wolf Tait’s pack is surrounded by enemies: lions, hyennas, and her rival daughter, Blacktip.
The Hunt’ producers filmed a wild dog hunt from both land and air — and the results are riveting!
A clownfish family comes together to make home improvements.
Graveside flowers are worth fighting for.
They’re at the top of every predators hit list, except on this very special island.
Pigs can’t fly, but they sure can swim!
It’s an uphill battle to climb this muddy mountain.
So many tunnels, so little time. Will this Marten get lucky and find a mouse?
These inquisitive walruses were eager for some camera time!
What these ping-pong ball-sized moles lack in sight, they make up for in hearing.
In Sing-Sing, New Guinea it’s the most eye-catching who get the most attention.
By carving steps in the ice, the film crew saved part of a penguin colony.
Warning: While washing your shirt, you may share a pool with some interesting friends.
Breakfast is served.
How far will a blenny go for love?
After roaming the earth for millions of years, the Northern white rhino population is down to two.
Few animals can survive in the harshest desert in the world, but these rare Bactrian camels manage just fine.
Love is in the air, and this Arctic ground squirrel doesn’t want to miss his first date!
Male lemurs woo females via the power of pheromones.
A highly endangered hummingbird with an extraordinary courtship ritual.
These giraffe-neck weevils go to impressive lengths to find a mate.
This young male widowbird figures out how to (literally) raise his game.
The river holds a secret for any lizard willing to leap for it.
Young manatees boop noses with alligators in the warm pools off the coast of Florida. Explore North America on an all-new ‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’ this Saturday at 9/8c.
A fascinating look at how creeping plants anchor themselves in the search for sunlight.
Starfish race for the highest point to spawn.
While tracking gorillas in the Congo, a ‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’ camera crew were forced to abandon their shoot and flee through the jungle in the middle of the night.
Watch a opportunistic Photuris firely set a trap behind a spider’s web.
After facing the roughest seas in the world, the ‘Seven World, One Planet’ Antarctica crew found themselves in the middle of an elephant seal duel!
The naturalist recounts the changes he’s witnessed to Borneo’s tropical forests — home to the endangered orangutan.
Elusive Iberian lynx and grey wolves were extremely hard to find — let alone film.
Australia holds the largest concentration of prehistoric images in the world — including those of an ancient Tasmanian devil and the extinct Thylacine wolf.
In these Indonesian waters, whale sharks are protected and thriving.
Painted wolves have an 80% hunting success rate, one of Africa’s very highest.
In this strange forest world, life is built on decay.
In temperate seas, there are even more squid than fish.
A young Alaskan brown bear hasn’t quite mastered the art of catching leaping salmon.
A behind-the-scenes look at how the producers of ‘Planet Earth II’ stumbled upon comedy gold.
It’s every lizard for themselves when a snake interrupts a tree trunk courtship.
The beavers of Yellowstone fell hundreds of cottonwood trees every year as they construct their homes.
This ‘Planet Earth II’ cameraman describes what it was like to camp out in the canopy.