NATURE

Ocean Vet – The Bermuda Turtle Project

Neil deploys his veterinary skills to help save Bermuda’s Green sea turtles and assist with groundbreaking scientific research on their health and populations. Watch as Neil and the Ocean Vet team work alongside the longest standing turtle research project in the world, the Bermuda Turtle Project.


Episode Length: 00:23:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 5


Ocean Vet – The Mighty Marlin

Neil expands his veterinary knowledge and tests his fishing skills to their limit in one of the teams most exciting adventures. Watch as Neil and the Ocean Vet team wrestle a monster blue marlin to the side of the boat to attach a satellite tag that will expand the scientific knowledge of this species by revealing its oceanic migrations.


Episode Length: 00:23:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 4


Ocean Vet – Tiger Sharks

Neil Burnie and the team mark the end of a seven-year study of Bermuda’s tiger sharks by embarking on a dangerous mission to satellite tag one of these giant oceanic predators.


Episode Length: 00:23:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 3


Ocean Vet – Eagle Rays

Neil and the Ocean Vet team are faced with an intense day of veterinary work checking the health of endangered spotted eagle rays. Teaming up with international scientist Dr. Matt Ajemian and eagle ray wrangler Chris Flook the team faces a tricky task to capture one of the most intelligent fish in the ocean in some of the Bermudas most beautiful surroundings.


Episode Length: 00:23:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 2


Ocean Vet – The Galapagos Shark

Neil & the team are on an emergency call out to capture & release a sick Galapagos shark from the Bermuda Aquarium. Follow the team as they risk their lives to transport the shark 10 miles offshore for release in a protected marine reserve. Watch Neil & the team swim with larger wild Galapagos sharks, studying their behaviour to see if there’s any truth behind their reputation as wild man-eaters.


Episode Length: 00:22:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 1


Diving with Aliens

Science fiction buffs have come up with many strange depictions of alien life, but nothing to rival a creature with a beak like a parrot, no bones in its body, and that swallows its food through the hole in the centre of its doughnut-shaped brain. It has three hearts, blue blood, skin that can change colours like a kaleidoscope, and eight arms growing out of its lips. It`s powered by jet propulsion and can transform its body shape to mimic other life forms. This isn’t science fiction – it’s alive and well in our ocean… and it’s known as a cephalopod.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2004

Episode: 1


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Devil Island – Mission Maria Island

In a real-life Madagascar, fifteen mollycoddled Tasmanian devils are hauled from the safety and protection of their Australian animal sanctuaries and cast away like convicts on a remote island to fend for themselves. Little do the lively creatures realize, the Tasmanian devil has fallen prey to a highly contagious cancer that has wiped out 80% of the population. The audacious plan to save them from extinction is to create an “insurance” population on an island off the coast of Tasmania. It’s a risky experiment, as the hand-reared individuals have never hunted for themselves, found shelter or faced a predator in their pampered little lives. Expect mayhem and high jinks as we follow the fortunes of the squad of little devils on this make-or-break trial to save their species – and themselves – on DEVIL ISLAND.


Episode Length: 00:50:00

Year: 2013

Episode: 1


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The Last Dogs of Winter

A story about wildlife, and one wild life. The Canadian Eskimo Dog which was once indispensable to human life in the arctic today faces extinction. Since 1976 Brain Ladoon has stuck to a promise to maintain a viable breeding colony battling chronic underfunding, wandering polar bears, officialdom and a harsh natural environment to keep his word.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2011

Episode: 1 of 1


 

Penguin Island, Western Australia

Just off the coast of Western Australia is an amazing island, Penguin Island. This small limestone island is home to an incredible diversity of natural wildlife. From the smallest species of penguin in the world, to the largest species of pelican, this is truly a unique environment. These varied creatures have chosen to make it nature’s nursery, claiming it as ideal place to raise their young. But what attracts such a diversity of natural wildlife to this picturesque environment and will they survive in this fragile ecosystem?


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2013

Episode: 1 of 1


 

Desert Voyager – Bull Elephants in Namibia

Beautifully filmed in HDR – Ultra High Definition and HD. This episode of Desert Voyager films the great Bull Elephant’s 600km migration across the Namibia Etosha pans uninhabited landscape.


Episode Length: 00:07:01

Year: 2017

Episode: 1


 

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