A CONVERSATION WITH KOKO

The speaking gorilla

52 mn
Meet Koko, an extraordinary gorilla who has learned American Sign Language (ASL) with the help of Dr. Penny Patterson. The ‘couple’ have become science celebrities over the last 25 years. Based on an impressive volume of archives, A CONVERSATION WITH KOKO documents the...
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A HISTORY OF LIFE

Different Mothering from One Species To Another

52 mnHD
After the mating season, comes the time of birth. For the new families, care and feeding go on as the young grow up. Soon, the young become more independent and move away from their parents. They learn to become adults and get ready for childbearing in turn. From one species to another we...
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AGAINST ALL ODDS

A different tsunami story

52 mnHD
Northeastern Japan shelters a fragile treasure: oysters. This sanctuary has been almost wiped out by the tsunami which flooded 600kms of coastline, destroying numerous fishing ports. This is the story of Shigeatsu Hatakeya, called the father of oysters, who has spent all his life trying...
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ANGELS OF THE JUNGLE

Why are primatologists mostly women?

52 mnHD
Numerous scientists around the world dedicate their lives to the study and protection of primates. They have been inspired by Dian Fossey, Jane Goodall or Biruté Galdikas. But why are they mostly women? ANGELS OF THE JUNGLE introduces us to nine remarkable primatologists of our...
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ASIAN WATER TALES

A resource for many human activities

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From the somptuous Mekong to the vast Indian Ocean, water is at the center of an infinity of human activities in Asia, be it fishing, transportation or agriculture. Man has used its ingenuity to make the most of it to the point of sometimes endangering this precious natural resource....
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BANGKOK BITES

Death lurks underground

52 mnHD
Bangkok is a world metropolis. On the surface, the inhabitants of this tropical Manhattan teem furiously under the sun, but, unlike other big cities, below ground, in dark corners and the damp of the canals, death lurks. Millions of snakes and other venomous creatures lie in wait for...
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BLACK VIKING, THE GREAT CORMORANT

Once endangered now a threat

52 mn
An extraordinary diver with a beautiful black coat, is the great cormorant really the ecological disaster that some claim it to be? At the end of the 70’s, there were less that 4,000 cormorants gracing the skies of Europe. Launched in 1979, protection measures insured the surge in...
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BORN AMONG THE ORANG-OUTANS

Back to the wild

52 mn
Birute Galdikas is a world famous primate specialist. She has spent the last 30 years protecting them against the human destruction of their habitat. In order to prevent orang-outans from full extinction, she has opened in Borneo a sanctuary dedicated to young orphans, with the aim of...
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BRAZIL’S BLACK SUN

In Brazil, nothing is ever completely black. Except for oil.

52 mnHD
10 years ago, Brazil was on top of the world with the exploitation of huge underwater gas and oil fields. Today, Brazil’s hopes have been crushed and the national company, Petrobras, is caught in a huge corruption scandal. The market has collapsed and so did the profitability of...
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CLIMATE CHALLENGE

Think global, act local

8x22’
The international community has finally recognized the danger of climate change and its consequences. Scientists the world over agree that only radical cuts in the release of greenhouse gases can save our planet from experiencing unbearable temperatures in the future. However, adequate...
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COSTA RICA NATURE'S ARK

The country that hosts 5% of known species on earth

52 mnHD
Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful sanctuary for biodiversity in the world and its richest. Indeed, this small country hosts 5% of all known species on earth, i.e. one out of twenty. To grasp what it entails one should explore its forests, climb its peaks and walk its shores. Only...
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DIVING WITH CROCODILES

Close encounters on the wild side

52 mnHD
Bernie is a television reporter. He has covered wars, infiltrated jails, shared the daily life of communities totally remote from society and rubbed shoulder with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile...
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DUGONGS AND MANATEES

One species, two destinies

52 mn
Evolution has it that some animals left the firm ground to live in the ocean. Among them were the “sirenians”, more known as the manatees and the dugongs, both cousins of the elephant. The manatee population resides in the warm Gulf waters off the coast of Florida. The dugongs...
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EARTH FROM ABOVE

Aired on Prime Time on France Television national channel

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Hosted by worldwide famous photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand and inspired by his best-selling book, Earth From Above is a prime time documentary series dedicated to confront and explore the major issues currently at stake for the planet. This is the story of our beautiful, alive but...
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EQALUSUAQ, ON THE TRAIL OF THE HIDDEN PREDATORS

The salmon run and those awaiting them

52 mnHD
In July in Alaska, millions of salmon run up the rivers. Many are anxiously waiting for them: grizzlies, sea lions, orcas, eagles, sharks... and young divers/photographers. Paul and Thomas, two marine biologists, are here to live their passion for open spaces and memorable encounters...
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FIELD OF LIFE

The fauna caught between agriculture and nature

52 mnHD
In a typical field of the European countryside, wildlife is much more abundant and diverse that one can imagine and it serves as the backdrop for unexpected survival stories. While the circle of life is at stake for the pheasant, harvest season is coming. How do the animals such as the...
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FISH AMONG THE TREETOPS

The underwater jungle

52 mn
FISH AMONG THE TREETOPS tells the story of the Pantanal, a wildlife sanctuary at the very heart of South America, with its unique ecosystem based around the water cycle. Known as “the green moon”, the Pantanal is the largest flood plain in the world. During the rainy season,...
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FLOOD RESCUE

A modern Noah’s Ark

52 mn
310 square kilometres of Amazonian virgin jungle is about to be flooded… We are in French Guyana, where the construction of a huge dam is directly threatening hundreds of species. A team of veterinarians, biologists and rangers is organized in order to save the incredible animal...
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FLYING WITH GEESE

The bird savior

52 mn
In a French valley with the prophetic name of ‘Geese Valley’, Christian Moullec, a meteorologist and ornithologist, decides to do everything he can to save a race of wild geese from extinction. His plan is to fly with them in his ULM and “hijacked” some geese from...
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HAYA SAFARI

The safaris then and now

52 mn
Calvin Cottar was born in Kenya. He is the fourth generation of a family that came almost 100 years ago from the USA to settle in Africa. Calvin has taken up his father’s farming business and has imagined a new concept of Safari. With the help of his father’s guide, he goes to...
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IGUAZU FALLS: BEHIND THE SCENES

Balancing nature and onlookers

52 mnHD
Bordering 3 countries, Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina, the Iguazu Falls are considered the most breathtaking in the world and the Iguazu National Park has been designated one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. But with nearly 1 million yearly visitors, it faces quite an ecological...
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INTO THE WILD OF BORNEO

The jungle album

52 mnHD
Borneo is an island shared by Brunei, Malaysia and Indonesia but, most importantly, part of it is a wildlife sanctuary. Jorge Camilo Valenzuela, a National Geographic animal photographer, is about to explore it to capture the various endemic species in all their splendor. With over 10...
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INVESTIGATION IN THE LAND OF THE ELEPHANTS

The protector of the Sri Lankan elephant

52 mn
Taya Diaz is a journalist who knows more about Sri Lankan elephants than just about anyone else in the world. He could go on for hours about their history, their mythology and their role in Hindu and Buddhist religious ceremonies. But the species is threatened with extinction by poachers...
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ISLAND OF THE SUNKEN CITY

An underwater mystery

52 mn4K
Yonaguni is one of the smallest inhabited islands and the most western point of Japan’s archipelago. Its history is closely intertwined with abutting Taiwan which proximity helped Yonaguni’s residents enriched themselves through smuggling while sending their children there to...
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JAMY’S EXTRAORDINARY JOURNEYS

Exploring the world

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This is the first of the great challenges of humanity, explored by Jamy. From the glowing slopes of Kilauea in Hawaii, to the Erta Ale lava lake in Ethiopia, the deck of a ship which bores into the Earth’s crust off Japan, the crater of Vesuvius or the ruins of Montserrat, Jamy takes...
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KIONAING’S ELEPHANT

A bigger bond

52 mn
In the heart of the Burmese jungle, the elephants are government employees. Without them, the forest would not be exploitable. Their humans masters are called ‘’oozies’’. From one generation to the next, they have become masters in the art of elephant training. An...
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LIBYA’S SAHARA

The English Patient’s desert

52 mn
The Sahara, one of the world's most hostile regions, is the paragon of a desert. It was therefore a shock when, in 1933, Austrian adventurer Ladislaus Almásy discovered in the heart of the Lybian Sahara some rock paintings showing a paradisical world populated by big animals...
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LORDS OF THE LAKE

Swans’ stories

52 mn
Swans are creatures with strong characters. They can be calm, serene, attentive and curious; yet their relationship with humans is nearly always aggressive. Filmed on two European mountain lakes over a period of twelve months, LORDS OF THE LAKE shows how two different families of swans...
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LORDS OF THE OCEANS

A tribute to the seas most magnificent creatures

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Whales, sharks, walruses or dolphins. Be they marine mammals or fish, they reign over the world’s oceans. They are not afraid of storms, cold waters, isolation and predators. In fact, for them, the main danger is us, the Human. Everything seems to have been said on these big...
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MAN VS ANIMAL

A world too small for both

25 mn
In Africa, wildlife conservation is a hot issue subjected to diverse policies. In the Republic of Congo, poaching is rife and animals are on the brink of extinction. In Kenya, however, wildlife protection is an old tradition: reserves are overcrowded and animals are invading residential...
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MANIMALIA

When two worlds come together

5x52’
It is often said that the Human World and the Animal Kingdom have nothing in common. But sometimes this invisible frontier seems to blur. Unexpected situations emerge, unnatural behaviors are established. Composed of five landmark films, MANIMALIA is an exceptional collection illustrating...
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MISSIONS OF HOPE

Change actors

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From Asia to Latin America, this series takes us around the world to encounter actors committed to a sustainable development in their countries through active associations or innovative ideas. Meeting these unique characters give us the opportunity to experience their lifestyle and...
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MOSQUITO: THE ULTIMATE VAMPIRE

The greatest serial killer of all times

52 mn
From the swamps of the Everglades to the African savannah and the humid cities of South East Asia, the mosquito reigns supreme. An irritating pest to some, a malaria-ridden killer to others, this tiny blood-sucker is one of humankind’s worst enemies and has killed more humans than...
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MY TREE FOR INDONESIA

A story of friendship and environment

52 mn
Martin, 13, lives in Paris. Reza lives 10,000 km away, in Sumatra. Because of the distance, language and lifestyle, the two boys’ paths should have never crossed. Yet… Anggun, the Indonesian pop star now living in Paris, is the connection between them. She wants to bridge two...
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NATURAL WONDERS OF AFRICA

The treasures of a continent

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Africa is a continent which mixes the spectacular with the unusual. From North to South it offers such a variety of landscapes that a single life wouldn’t suffice to explore them all. On top of the scenery, one can’t escape the rich and vivid wildlife which thrills and...
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NATURAL WONDERS OF EUROPE

The wild side of the old continent

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When one thinks of Europe, the first images to come to mind are those of cities rich in history and monuments attracting tourists from all over the world, a small continent densely populated and with a rich cultural and architectural heritage But away from these clichés, from the...
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NATURE INC

Can we put a price on Nature?

17x22’
Tired of the same depressing green programs? It is time to see environmental issues in a whole different angle. We all know Nature is priceless but what if we could actually to put a price on it? What’s the cost, in cold hard cash, not to preserve the ecosystems and what kind of...
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NATURE’S CLASSROOM: AN AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK ADVENTURE

52 mnHD
Esther and Myrdhin are the daughter and son of film-making couple, Myriam and Luc. Mum is a biologist and an ethologist. Dad has been filming wildlife all over the planet for more than 20 years and, one day, realised that he couldn't enjoy his profession and see his kids growing up...
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NORIN'S ARK

The wildlife veterinarian

5x52’HD
Norin Chai, a brilliant veterinarian, has been working for more than twenty years to protect wildlife all over the world. In each episode, he comes to the rescue of an endangered animal in a critical situation: in Central America an infectious disease is spreading through a population of...
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OCEAN ACROBATS, THE SPINNER DOLPHINS

Swimming with the most magnificent sea creatures

52 mn
Glide along through the sparkling blue waters of the South Pacific with the ocean's greatest performers: the Spinner dolphins. Dive underwater where Spinners stay together to eat, sleep and keep each other safe from predators. Join scientists in Hawaii and Tahiti on a journey of a...
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PEREGRINE FALCONS: RETURN OF THE PHARAOH’S HUNTER

Beauty in the air

52 mn
For centuries, the Peregrine Falcon has been the bird of Europe’s kings, whereas in ancient Egypt it was revered as Horus, a wise and powerful god. Its universal appeal is understandable as no other bird of prey combines such aesthetic and sensory perfection. This film closely...
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RWANDA, LAND OF A THOUSAND HILLS

A condensed version of the African continent

52 mn4K
Today, finally at peace and willing to turn the page on the horrors of the past, Rwanda, also known as “the Country of the Thousand Hills", offers a condensed version of the African continent. There is the usual wildlife with zebras, elephants, giraffes, etc… roaming the...
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SECRETS OF THE ADRIATIC

Wildlife beyond the beach life

52 mn
For a long time, the Adriatic Sea was Central Europe's only link to the Orient. Thus, that small sea became a symbol of a great, big and exotic world, enabling the town of Venice to call herself "Queen of the Seven Seas". Cultural riches are embedded on the Adriatic's...
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SHARING THE EARTH

An odyssey to rediscover nature

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Veterinarian, biologist and adventurer Mannaïg de Kersauson travels the world in search of men and women who work to repair the damages inflicted upon the environment. She is on the lookout for ways, new and old, mankind has found for living in harmony with nature. She talks to...
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SHARK SEX

For grey sharks, sex is anything but bliss

52 mn
At the heart of the Pacific Ocean lies the atoll of Rangiroa. There lurks one of the world’s greatest concentrations of gray reef sharks, a fascinating species that arouses within us fear and curiosity. The place is a gift to any scientist wanting to observe these super predators...
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SHUKLAPHANTA, THE OTHER WILD NEPAL

A successful coexistence between man and animal

52 mn4K
The Shuklaphanta Reserve is the first national park created in Nepal in 1973. This area is exceptional on many accounts including its diverse landscapes, hundreds of animal species - 22 of which are critically endangered. It may look like a mix of Europe and Africa yet we are truly in the...
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SICHUAN, THE HEAVENLY LAND OF PLENTY

Pandas, Buddhism and pepper

52 mn4K
Crossed by the Yangtze river, Sichuan is known as the land of the iconic pandas dawdling in its endless forests of bamboos. This mountainous region located in Southwest China is also the center of a rich and sophisticated culture. Led by the much celebrated Chengdu, its millenary cities...
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SKY TRAVELERS

Take off to the skies with Europe's most seasoned travelers

2x52’
Will their grueling voyage end in a sunny winter holiday ? Or a deadly detour ? As summer draws to a close, Finland prepares for a long dark winter. And the local birds prepare for a long dangerous journey. Selma, a greylag goose, is molting. In a few weeks, she'll have brand-new...
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SLEEPING IN NATURE

52 mnHD
Sleeping upside-down, on one leg, lying down, standing up, buried, eyes wide open, fists clenched, floating like a buoy, or taking it in turns. In nature, every species has its own technique for taking a nap without becoming a snack!
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SOMEWHERE ON EARTH

Produced & aired by France Television

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“Somewhere on Earth” brings us to timeless and beautiful places, untouched by man, where the daily lifestyle of women, men and children unwinds around a strong and harmonious journey spared by the time that goes by… far, far too quickly. This series is a portrait of the...
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STRANGE ENCOUNTERS IN THE SAVANNAH

We thought we had seen it all...

52 mnHD
A baboon hunting a gazelle. Crocodiles eating another crocodile. A carnivorous giraffe. Zebras without stripes. Turtles jumping on buffalos. These are exceptional scenes captured thanks to hundreds of hours spent filming in the savannah. Animals with unusual characteristics. Unheard of...
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TARA OCEANS

A scientific odyssey

4x52’HD
TARA OCEANS is an exceptional 3-year marine expedition around the globe gathering an unprecedented international scientific team under the auspices of the United Nations Environmental Program. Boarding expedition schooner Tara, researchers from all fields will study crucial yet still...
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THE ALPS: REALM OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE

Wilderness in the heart of Europe

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The Alps are often wrongly perceived as being only a vast sports arena with great ski slopes. In fact, these mountains are also home to a specially adapted population of wild animals living in a spectacular area right in the heart of the world’s most densely populated continent....
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THE FORGOTTEN FOREST

A mammoth reforestation endeavour

52 mnHD
In the beginning, the green Atlantic Forest stretched from Northern Brazil to Argentina. Then settlers came and trees toppled before an onslaught of stone, concrete, steel and plastic. Finally, only isolated patches remained. Now, all that is changing thanks to women and men of good will...
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THE FRENCH OUTBACK

3x52’HD
A trio of documentaries that takes viewers to exotic destinations without ever going outside France. The series explores the country’s national and regional parks, offering a bird’s-eye view of their breathtaking scenery.
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THE INCREDIBLE HULIK AND HIS BEAVERS

Tale of a peculiar friendship

52 mn
Watching wild beavers requires much luck: during summer they spend their days sleeping and in autumn they become active but only at night. If anything unusual happens, they flee and stay away for days. Subsequently there are very few films scenes that show anything but beavers swimming....
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THE LAND AND THE SACRED

The spiritual dimension of natural elements

3x52’
Through time and across civilizations, Man has always given a spiritual dimension to Earth and Nature. For instance, water has been the source of numerous legends and rituals while animals have been assimilated as divinities or messengers of the gods. Even landscapes, with the mountains,...
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THE LAND OF THE GIANT BATS

They can colour the sky black

52 mn
The Comoros form an archipelago of four small islands that lie between the Coast of East Africa and the northern tip of Madagascar. With very little influence from the outside world, the wildlife on these islands has been left to evolve freely and they now harbour many unique species. One...
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THE LAST SEAL OF MEDITERRANEAN

One of the 10 most endangered species in the world

52 mn
The monk seal is the oldest representative of its species. For twelve million years, it has been the only one living in the warm waters of the Mediterranean. Hunted over the centuries for its oil and fur, it has become the rarest mammal in the world and is on the list of endangered...
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THE MAGIC TREES OF ASSAM

Secrets of the killer bees

52 mn
In the north east corner of India, there is an animal so fierce that it is feared as much as the tiger. Yet it is little known. Its life, to this day, is surrounded by mystery. The creature is an insect, a honeybee, but it is no docile domesticated bee. The giant honeybees of Assam are...
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THE MONSTER SHARK OF MALPELO

A gigantic and unknown species

52 mn
On an ordinary dive at the National Malpelo Park, in Columbia, Sandra Bessudo, biologist and the park director, suddenly comes face to face with a gigantic and unknown species of shark. Completely bewildered by the beast, she nicknamed “The Monster”, Sandra decides to launch a...
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THE PHANTOM RIVER

Nature’s amazing capacity to adapt

52 mn
The Hoanib River flows in Namibia. However, it only fills up during the rainy season and never flows far from its source. The river is host to an incredibly complex food chain which begins with insects and continues right through to larger animals such as baboons and elephants. Life in...
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THE PLANET OF TREES

Man's roots

24x26’HD
From the venerable oaks in Western forests to the emblematic baobabs of Africa, from the olive trees of the Mediterranean to the exotic palm trees, each species of tree is unique. Trees have accompanied man since the dawn of time providing food, healing, shelter as well as wood for fire...
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THE POACHING OF AFRICAN WILDLIFE

Story of a mass murder

52 mn
The story of Man and the African fauna dates back to the circus games in Rome and the sacrifice of an incredible number of animals. Later on, animals will become prey to white colons trophy hunters and then victims of the African themselves when the demographic explosion will lead to the...
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THE SEED WAR

Fighting for food independence

52 mnHD
Are seeds a commodity or a vital resource to be shared for the benefit of Humanity like the water we drink or the air we breathe? In the near future, farmers might lose the right to plant their own seeds. Indeed, in Europe, a regulation is emerging which will impose strict controls on the...
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THE SILENCE OF THE GORILLAS

Ebola also strikes wildlife

52 mn
In 2004, Ebola ravaged a wildlife sanctuary in Congo. At this time a film was shot, following the desperate efforts of a primatologist to find surviving gorillas and try to learn about this gruesome virus. 10 years later this film is now a unique testimony on the early appearance of a...
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THE STORKS OF THE LUANGWA

The power of togetherness

52 mnHD
The yellow billed storks are an African species of, usually, solitary birds. However, once a year, towards the end of the rainy season, they congregate along the banks of the Luangwa, Zambia. They’ve chosen this place because it lies at the heart of a network of lagoons that are...
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THE SUNKEN FOREST

The distress of dry land animals

52 mnHD
Once a year, while the waters of the Amazon are at their lowest, a deluge of unprecedented violence falls on the forest. Within a few months it will be drowned under almost 30 meters of water, with only the top of few trees poking out. The forest animals’ survival is at stake. Some...
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THE TREE AND THE ANTS

A tropical love story

52 mn
In the tropical rainforest, trees and ants coexist in an unlikely, symbiotic friendship. Researchers are now convinced that each other could not survive without the other. The ants protect the trees against their many enemies, such as leafeating insects and suffocating lichens. In...
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THE UNTAMED LOIRE

The river and its wildlife

52 mnHD
From a tiny mountain stream to the open estuary, the Loire river reveals many faces along its 1000 km course. Now better protected than ever, its banks are seing the return of several species long disappeared, such as the beaver or the stork, but also newcomers like the catfish or the...
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THE WEB OF LIFE

Mother nature domino’s game

13x26’
Why do antelopes need lions? What link Atlantic sand eels to Alaskan grizzly bears? How do alligators make life easy for racoons? The answers to these and many other questions are found in THE WEB OF LIFE, a fascinating series that illustrates the oftentimes incredible relationships...
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TOOTHWALKERS, GIANTS OF THE ARCTIC ICE

The walrus enigma

52 mn
With its massive bulk and saber-like tusks, the Walrus is definitely one of the most impressive animals of the North. However, very little is known about this highly recognizable animal. How it eats, mates or socializes. Is he just a curious and harmless animal as some think or a clever...
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TWENTY MASTERPIECES OF NATURE

Unusual guides to the most beautiful natural parks in the world

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TWENTY MASTERPIECES OF NATURE offer us guided tours of the most beautiful natural parks where few people ever get to set foot, such as Brazil’s Iguazu Falls, Canada’s Waterton Lakes or Madagascar’s lunar landscapes. Our guides have distinctive occupations such as...
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UMBRIA

The boat that became a reef

52 mn
On June 10, 1940, the Umbria, a huge Italian battleship, went down in the Red Sea near Port Sudan. With the vessel 10,000 tons of ammunition, 300,000 bombs and air mines, military trucks, motorcycles and 50,000 Austrian silver coins sank to the bottom of the sea. In 1949, underwater...
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VILLAGES ON THE FRONT LINE

The fight against desertification

8x22’
A spectre is haunting the world. The lives of nearly a billion people is at risk. Worldwide, farmlands totalling the size of the United States could turn into dust bowls. Desertification is on the march. Countries are consuming too much water. Land is being overburdened by too many people...
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WAR AGAINST SAND

The merciless progress of the Sahara desert

52 mnHD
From East to West, Niger is crossed by a river of the same name which, until now, provided for those living nearby. Meanwhile, the Sahara desert, pushed by winds from the north, is advancing relentlessly. Sand has been carried as far as the river, engulfing the banks. In just a few...
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WAR AGAINST WATERS

The marshy floodplain city

52 mnHD
In the North-East of Congo is a region known as the "basin". Situated in the heart of a marshy floodplain and stricken by the equatorial climate, this area gets over 150 days of rain per year. Since 1912, the city of Mossaka that lays in the middle of the basin is the main...
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WHALES DANCES

The sea giants’ ballet

52 mn
The Australes, an archipelago in French Polynesia, is the background of an extraordinary underwater ballet. For thousands of years, humpback whales have returned from their Antarctic feeding grounds to spend the winter here. In the shallow waters, they find peace and warmth for timeless...
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WILD AT HEART

A passion for wildlife

52 mn
François d’Elbée has roamed the African savannah for years. In his work as a safari organiser he developed a deep and abiding respect for this vast continent. He has now decided to team up with the Wildlife Management Service and use his knowledge and expertise to help...
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WILD BRITISH COLUMBIA

The grizzly bears kingdom

52 mnHD
Canada is a remarquable land where nature flourishes freely. Located between the Rockies and the Pacific Ocean, Birtish Columbia is the most western province of the country and encompasses mountains as well as a desert. It is also the living ground of an exceptional biodiversity including...
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WILD MEDITERRANEAN

6x52’HD
In the heart of the Europe there is a special world, where bears and eagles still live free among the remains of a distant past. It is a true treasure-trove of biodiversity that, from the Alps to the beautiful islands facing Africa, is home of inestimable richness, thousands of species of...
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WILD OBSESSION

Upclose and personal

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WILD OBSESSION follows brave individuals fulfilling their lifelong dream to come face-to-face with some of the world’s most exotic and elusive animals. Paired with an expert in the field, each episode sees the just-introduced duo travel to remote areas of the world for a glimpse of...
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WORLD CHALLENGE

Make the world a better place

8x24’
Broadcasted on BBC World, this series features projects or small businesses from around the world that have shown creativity and innovation at the grassroots level. With very modest means but a lot of enthusiasm and know-how, one can improve the situation of one’s community or the...
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ZOO STAR ANIMALS

Remarkable VIPs and their celebrity lifestyles

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In Scotland, the Norwegian Royal Guard regularly visits its Colonel, Sir Nils Olav. But Nils Olav is no run-of-the-mill senior officer, he's a penguin in Edinburgh Zoo. At Washington Zoo, Kandula, a brillantly talented elephant, satisfies his hunger for hanging fruit by setting up a...
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