Nature: Season 33 (2014 - 2015)


Season 33
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Air date: Oct 22, 2014

Nature explores the lives of a number of unusual animals found in the wild throughout the world.

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Air date: Nov 5, 2014

The story of an orphaned sloth named Velcro and the journalist who raised it for two years. Also: information about sloths and sloth society; and the increase in sloth sanctuaries and rehabilitation centers throughout the Americas.

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Air date: Nov 19, 2014

A look at one consequence of the Arctic ice melt: more killer whales during the summer. The increase may negatively impact the polar bear, as the orca hunts the same prey, including seals, narwhal, belugas and bowhead whales.

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Air date: Jan 7, 2015

An exploration of the flora and fauna in France, including wolves, wild boar and bears.

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Air date: Jan 28, 2015

A look at a colony of 3000 gentoo penguins that gathers each November near the Port Lockroy post office on the Antarctic Peninsula. The birds find mates, build nests, raise their young-and become a tourist attraction for cruise-ship passengers from around the world.

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Air date: Feb 18, 2015

An examination of owls, including how they hunt; how their vision and hearing work; how they fly so silently; and their influence on aircraft, submarines and hearing aids.

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Air date: Feb 25, 2015

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Air date: Apr 8, 2015

A three-part look at animal homes begins with bird nests, which come in all shapes and sizes. The domiciles are constructed from a variety of natural materials, including grass, leaves, sticks and twigs; and, sometimes, man-made materials, such as twine, wire and plastic bags.

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Air date: Apr 15, 2015

Part 2 of 3. The importance of location for a home is explored via the choices made by beavers, tortoises and wood rats. Also: animated blueprints and tiny cameras track the progress of their construction efforts and reveal the technical specs of the structures.

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Air date: Apr 22, 2015

Conclusion. Communal living arrangements, which can occur out of both necessity and security, are examined. Icelandic puffins, for example, form nesting colonies of more than a million; and share the space with other birds, lessening the odds that individuals will be attacked. Social spiders in Ecuador, on the other hand, band together to subdue large prey. Also: leaf-cutter ants in Costa Rica, which build complex, acre-wide cities and societies.

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