Whistling Caterpillars And 5 More Surprisingly Musical Species loading...
Whistling Caterpillars And 5 More Surprisingly Musical Species
The shrill sound has many purposes in nature, from deterring predators to deepening bonds.
12 Penguin Portraits Show Off Big Personalities loading...
12 Penguin Portraits Show Off Big Personalities
Celebrate World Penguin Day, April 25, with stunning pictures of these beloved birds.
How Social Media Saved One of the World’s Last Sumatran Rhinos loading...
How Social Media Saved One of the World’s Last Sumatran Rhinos
The female rhino Puntung was treated for an injury in a daring mission.
Get an Amazing Whale's-Eye View Underneath Antarctica loading...
Get an Amazing Whale's-Eye View Underneath Antarctica
Cameras attached to humpback whales are giving researchers fresh insight into a rapidly changing Southern Ocean.
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Watch This Octopus Use Shells as a Shield
The cephalopod displayed a behaviour that is rarely caught on camera.
This Bug Can Eat Plastic. But Can It Clean Up Our Mess? loading...
This Bug Can Eat Plastic. But Can It Clean Up Our Mess?
Scientists have discovered that wax worms can eat plastic bags. Could that help us reduce plastic pollution?
About the Show

No place on Earth is like Yellowstone – an extraordinary world of fire and ice atop America’s largest volcano. In summer, it’s a wildlife paradise and a time of plenty for grizzly bears, wolves and hundreds of other animals. In winter, it forces them into a struggle for survival. Not all will make it. Situated above the rocky mountains, this extreme wilderness always tests its wildlife. To succeed, every creature has its own survival strategy.

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