Bundle up for the planet's most hostile continent, where only the toughest can survive. Elephant seals battle for territory, king penguins gather in massive colonies, colourful starfish carpet the seabed, and great whales feast on krill bait balls.
Trek from the Arctic to the equator in the world's most varied and extreme continent, where brown bears roam remote volcanoes, bizarre snakes bake in desserts, and the last few Sumatran rhinos dwell deep in jungles.
Journey to the most species-rich continent on Earth, where pumas hunt prey three times their weight, rare Andean bears clamber into the canopy for elusive fruit, anacondas stalk capuchin monkeys, and swifts make death-defying flights.
Explore a land cast adrift at the time of dinosaurs, full of weird, wonderful, and deadly creatures unlike species found on any other continent, from desert-dwelling reptiles that drink through their skin to one of the most dangerous birds on Earth.
It may be home to 850 million people, but this crowded continent hides the most surprising animals in pockets of wilderness. Europe's only primate conducts capers above Gibraltar, hamsters rob graves in Vienna, and rare lynx prowl Spanish forests.
North American animals face greater seasonal variation than wildlife on any other continent. From lynx that prowl the Yukon for snowshoe hares to manatees that escape the freeze in Florida hot springs, discover a land where pioneering animals thrive.
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