Walking the Himalayas
Deadly predators rub shoulders in the Peruvian rainforest, in a war of wits, power and poison. From jaguars to snakes, caiman and harpy eagles, who will win this fight for survival?
The Amazon's two million species share one goal: to mate, and pass on their genes to the next generation. But their mating strategies are as diverse as the animals themselves.
There are 300 billion trees in the Amazon, and each one is an individual thriving ecosystem, home to a bustling community of dozens of animal species, from snakes to frogs, spiders and pygmy marmosets
The dry season is the toughest time of the year in the Amazon. Giant river otters must quickly teach their pups to fish. Capybara babies are bite-sized for predators.
This episode follows three young monkeys' struggle to survive on an island refuge for victims of the pet trade. Meanwhile, young turtles, a caiman and sloths also battle for survival.