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NATURE's Summer of Love!
NATURE brings you winning animal relationships both sizzling and sweet all summer long.
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A World Without Humans
This clip explores the 1986 meltdown of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
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Life Goes On
In this clip, biologists monitor how some animal species have been affected by radiation.
Clip | 4m 22s
Education | From Wilderness, to Wilderness
This clip examines the evolution of part of the Pripyat Marshes under Soviet rule.
Clip | 4m 20s
Population Control Controversy
The growing number of kangaroos is beginning to have a negative impact on the environment.
Clip | 3m 57s
Tracking Natural Behaviors
kangaroo, population control, urbanization, Nature, movement pattern
Clip | 4m 45s
Challenges for Urban Kangaroos
Clip | 5m 18s
Cloud Update: 2012
Ginger Kathrens gives us an update on Cloud and his family.
Clip | 10m 7s
Education | Reef Madness
Cuba's corals reefs are thriving. - why?
Clip | 4m 43s
Education | Good Things Come in Small Packages
Cuba's unique wildlife is truly a sight to behold.
Clip | 3m 39s
Education | Which Came First - the Turtle or the Egg?
Cuba's beaches must be preserved so future generations of sea turtles to survive.
Clip | 5m 23s
Education | Extreme Measures
A look at extreme measures to protect salmon from predators.
Clip | 5m 2s
Education | Producing Salmon
A look at how humans are producing salmon in an effort to protect the species.
Clip | 3m 35s
Education | As the Crow Flies
Researchers from the University of Washington conduct a long-term experiment
Clip | 6m 50s
Education | Salmon's Journey
An overview of salmon's journey after being released from the hatcheries into the wild.
Clip | 5m 28s
Education | Restoring Streams
A look at efforts to remove dams and restore streams and salmon runs.
Clip | 6m 54s
Education | Humans and Salmon
An overview of how humans have impacted salmon populations for more than 150 years.
Clip | 5m 41s
Education | Feasting on the Salmon Run
Alaskan brown bears struggle fatten up before winter hibernation.
Clip | 7m 38s
Education | Life and Death of Pacific Northwest Salmon
A brief look into the life and death of wild salmon in the Pacific Northwest.
Clip | 2m 58s
Education | Hook, Line and Sinker
On the remote island of New Caledonia, crows are much smarter than anyone ever expected.
Clip | 6m 25s
Education | Salmon in the Ecosystem
Salmon in ecosystems and current efforts to restore salmon nutrients to streams.
Clip | 6m 15s
Education | A Global Warming Warning
The challenges faced by polar bears as global warming melts the polar ice cap.
Clip | 2m 13s
Education | Urban Bears
How black bears native to Alaska are adapting to the encroaching urban sprawl of Anchorage
Clip | 3m 20s