Hidden Habitats travels to, arguably, the most famous archipelago on Earth, the Galapagos.
Hidden Habitats takes a look at one of the most famous habitats on the planet, the Serengeti.
Explore the Microworld of the Namib Desert. Discover its key characters and the ingenious adaptations that allow them to cope with the harsh environment.
Journey through the marine ecosystem of Monterey Bay, California, where a giant kelp forest hosts one of the most diverse marine ecologies in the world.
Canada’s Coastal Forest is part of an ancient forest system that stretches along the coast from Northern California up to Southern Alaska.
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest reef on the planet.
The Red Center of Australia is one of the most inhospitable environments on Earth yet it teems with an extraordinary array of wildlife, most of which is found nowhere else.
In 1995 after an absence of 70 years, wolves were released back into Yellowstone National Park.
Steve Backshall investigates what makes the Amazon so diverse, looks at the nutrient poor nature of the rainforest.
Steve Backshall takes a look at the archipelago of Svalbard in the Arctic Circle.
Steve Backsall examines what is by far the largest ecosystem on our planet – the deep sea.
The Scottish Highlands are home to some of the most iconic British wildlife and considered one of the last truly wild places in the UK.
Steve Backshall narrates an investigation into what makes the Okavango such a diverse, wildlife rich place.
Steve Backshall explores the connections and relationship we have with insects and other arthropods.
In the grasslands of South America, the landscape has been created almost solely by one team of insects – the grass-cutter ants.
Insects and their close relatives are the most abundant and diverse group of animals in the world,
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