For more than a quarter-century, Nature has brought the beauty and wonder of the natural world into American homes, in the process becoming the benchmark of natural history programs on American television.
Nature: "Animal Homes: Cities"
Wednesday, April 22 at 8pm on WGBH 2
For some animals, living in the midst of huge colonies of their own kind is the most secure and rewarding housing arrangement. Icelandic puffins form nesting colonies of more than a million, providing shared information about food sources and reducing the odds of attacks on individual birds. But colonies are useful for predators, too. Social spiders in Ecuador work together to capture prey 20 times the size an individual might subdue on its own.
Animal Homes: Animal Cities
See how living in huge colonies of their own kind is a secure and rewarding housing arrangement.
Animal Homes: Location, Location, Location
Chart the building plans of various species to gain insight into animal creativity and innovation.
Animal Homes: The Nest
A three-part look at animal homes begins with bird nests.
The Last Orangutan Eden
Follow a band of orangs that use tools, share food, forage together and create a distinct culture.
Owl Power: Preview
Take a detailed look at owls and see how they’re influencing 21st-century technology and design.
Legendary White Stallions: Preview
This story of the world-famous Lipizzaner stallions focuses on the bond between the horses and their caregivers.
4/22/15 8:00 PM
4/23/15 1:00 AM
4/23/15 4:00 AM
4/24/15 12:00 AM
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