North America hosts a striking and varied panorama of wild creatures found nowhere else on earth.
Few of Nature’s creatures delight us more than the short-lived Butterfly.
Did you ever wonder why a predator’s eyes are right in the front of its head, while its prey’s eyes are on either side?
Is there a peaceable kingdom? Not really.
Alpine animals are truly the kings of survival.
The Pacific Coast’s various species of Seals and Sea Lions spend most of their lives roaming the ocean, coming ashore only to give birth and to breed.
Did you know that feet do much more than just move animals from place to place?
In the eerie backwater bayous of southern Louisiana’s Atchafalaya Basin, Marty Stouffer poles a traditional pirogue to track the South’s largest animal, a honey-loving legend.
Continuing to search the wild heart of bayou country, Marty finds and follows more clues, meeting creatures both friendly and deadly, before locating the Bear’s feeding ground.
Last but surely not least, tails are a vital and intriguing part of any creature’s anatomy. Animal’s tails come in a fascinating variety of shapes and sizes.