Animals Shows

Animal Clinic

Animal Clinic

Dublin is a bustling capital city with one and a half million inhabitants. Alongside the humans live thousands of domestic animals, birds and wildlife. When they need emergency care, a dedicated team of people are there to help.
18 Episodes
Escapade
Australia’s Deadliest Destinations

Australia’s Deadliest Destinations

Australia is an island continent full of natural hazards, be it the unforgiving environment or the venomous or hungry creatures, danger is abundant. Greg Grainger travels around the country from tropical beaches to snow covered mountains to bring you Australia's Deadliest Destinations.
7 Episodes
Viewlorium
Devil Island

Devil Island

A group of Tasmanian Devils are hauled from the safety of captivity and released into the wilds of a remote island. If they can fend for themselves they might just save their entire species from extinction. But how will the island's teeming wildlife cope with the arrival of their new neighbours?
6 Episodes
ABC
Grainger’s World

Grainger’s World

Greg Grainger is an award-winning producer and presenter of topical travel and adventure documentaries, and wildlife programs, to remote and exotic locations.
6 Episodes
Viewlorium
Ben Cropp's Wild Australia

Ben Cropp's Wild Australia

Ben Cropp swapped spear gun for camera in 1962, after winning six Australian spear fishing titles and representing Australia at the world titles.
6 Episodes
Viewlorium
Facing The Atlantic

Facing The Atlantic

Take an extraordinary journey to the wildest and most remote locations of Western Europe in this fascinating documentary series.
3 Episodes
Content Film
Future Thinking

Future Thinking

Renowned inventors, scientists and futurologists describe the big idea that they want to solve and how it can transform the world.
3 Episodes
BBC Future
Amazing Animal Ads

Amazing Animal Ads

Amazing Animal Ads reveals how award-winning ads are made and how fun animal commercials can be.
2 Episodes
Content Film
Dogs that Changed the World

Dogs that Changed the World

Dogs That Changed the World tells the epic story of the wolf's evolution, how 'man's best friend' changed human society and how we in turn have radically transformed dogs.
2 Episodes
Reel
Bench to Bedside

Bench to Bedside

Bench to Bedside tells the inspirational stories of people and animals living with serious illnesses and the incredible biomedical research that could save their lives.
1 Episode
ABC

Animals Episodes

Sheriff uses lasso to rescue deer from frozen pond

Sheriff uses lasso to rescue deer from frozen pond

Using a common Western ranch and rodeo skill, two Wyoming sheriff's deputies lassoed a deer that had fallen through ice and pulled it to safety.
1min
News, ,
Associated Press
Pets Can Make You Happier And Healthier

Pets Can Make You Happier And Healthier

Spending more time with pets can make you both happy and healthier, and science backs it up! Clip 1 Stringr, Clip 2 Stringr, Clip 3 Stringr, Clip 4 Stringr, Clip 5 Stringr, Clip 6 Stringr, Clip 7 Stringr, Clip 8 Stringr
1min
Stringr
This is the moment a wildlife photographer found himself face to face with a curious leopard

This is the moment a wildlife photographer found himself face to face with a curious leopard

This is the moment a wildlife photographer found himself face to face with a curious leopard cub. Game ranger Dillon Nelson was filming a mother leopard and her young daughter when the inquisitive cub decided to get a closer look. The curious 10...
2mins
SWNS
Latest Sightings: Baby nyala goes head to head with a leopard

Latest Sightings: Baby nyala goes head to head with a leopard

This is an incredibly rare and beautifully captured encounter between a cute baby nyala who goes head to head with a leopard – quite literally!
3mins
24.com
Fossilized Megalodon tooth found in flooded cavern in Mexico

Fossilized Megalodon tooth found in flooded cavern in Mexico

Researchers found at least 13 prehistoric shark teeth during a diving expedition in the Xoc cenote, a flooded cave in the Mexican city of Merida.
Next Animation Studio
Prison beds given to hibernating hedgehogs

Prison beds given to hibernating hedgehogs

Hedgehogs are moving into 'prison cells' to hibernate over this year's harsh German winter.
1min
Ruptly
On the trail of Australia's naughtiest cockatoo

On the trail of Australia's naughtiest cockatoo

Sulphur-crested cockatoos are some of the nation's smartest and most destructive birds.
3mins
The Guardian
Meet Cape Town Airport's explosive-sniffing expert Jane the dog

Meet Cape Town Airport's explosive-sniffing expert Jane the dog

Jane is one of seven dogs in charge of sniffing out dangerous goods at Cape Town International Airport - watch how she does it.
3mins
24.com
Latest Sightings: Hyena proves why leopards can eat in trees and they can't

Latest Sightings: Hyena proves why leopards can eat in trees and they can't

A hyena stumbled upon some forgotten meat up in a tree, but didn't quite have the right balance for this special meal.
2mins
24.com
Scorched koala reunited with rescuer who took shirt from her back

Scorched koala reunited with rescuer who took shirt from her back

The woman who rescued a badly burnt and wailing koala from an Australian bushfire was reunited with the koala now known as Lewis on Wednesday at Australia's Port Macquarie Koala Hospital.
1min
Reuters
Latest Sightings: Leopard and python in death match

Latest Sightings: Leopard and python in death match

A leopard and a python were caught on video in an all-out brawl in Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya.
2mins
24.com
Ask an expert: the Australian Museum's ornithologist picks her Bird of the Year

Ask an expert: the Australian Museum's ornithologist picks her Bird of the Year

In a move sure to ruffle some feathers, the Australian Museum's top ornithologist shares her top picks for the 2019 Bird of the Year.
5mins
The Guardian
Sewage from unknown source poisons Soweto livestock

Sewage from unknown source poisons Soweto livestock

For more than four years the community of Snake Park in Soweto has been swamped in raw sewage from an unknown source.
2mins
News, , , , ,
The Citizen
Latest Sightings: Leopard goes fishing and catches ginormous Barbel

Latest Sightings: Leopard goes fishing and catches ginormous Barbel

Wildlife sometimes has its own way of keeping things interesting. In the human world, it often becomes such a rush, that we forget how to appreciate the acts of survival in the animal kingdom.
2mins
24.com
Creature comforts: has the US's emotional support animal epidemic gone too far?

Creature comforts: has the US's emotional support animal epidemic gone too far?

Emotional support animals, or ESAs, have exploded across the US in recent years, with rising numbers of pet owners getting their animals certified online.
15mins
The Guardian
Uncaged: saving China's songbirds from the poachers' nets – video

Uncaged: saving China's songbirds from the poachers' nets – video

Bird poaching – for meat or for the pet trade – has become a silent epidemic across China.
11mins
Nature, , ,
The Guardian
The Hidden Side of Animal Transport

The Hidden Side of Animal Transport

Shocking undercover footage shows how animals exported from Europe as livestock are exposed to inhumane conditions and abused. A ruling that EU animal welfare regulations should remain in place until the very end of the journey is not being imposed.
53mins
Java Films
Latest Sightings: Power struggle between amphibian and reptile as snake eats frog alive

Latest Sightings: Power struggle between amphibian and reptile as snake eats frog alive

Watch the moment a snake shows this frog the true meaning of being eaten alive!
2mins
24.com
Earth May Be In Its Hottest Five-Year Period Ever

Earth May Be In Its Hottest Five-Year Period Ever

Earth has gone through ice ages, and warmer periods for millions of years, but this time around the earth's climate is changing in a drastically different way.
Stringr
Antimicrobial Resistance In Animals Is Rising

Antimicrobial Resistance In Animals Is Rising

Antimicrobial-resistant infections are rapidly increasing in animals in low and middle-income countries.
Stringr
Junior Vets - Part Six

Junior Vets - Part Six

Junior Vets follows the journey of a group of final year veterinary students at Ireland's only Vet School.
25mins
Escapade
Junior Vets - Part Five

Junior Vets - Part Five

Junior Vets follows the journey of a group of final year veterinary students at Ireland's only Vet School.
25mins
Escapade
Junior Vets - Part Four

Junior Vets - Part Four

Junior Vets follows the journey of a group of final year veterinary students at Ireland's only Vet School.
25mins
Escapade
Junior Vets - Part Three

Junior Vets - Part Three

Junior Vets follows the journey of a group of final year veterinary students at Ireland's only Vet School.
25mins
Escapade
Junior Vets - Part Two

Junior Vets - Part Two

Junior Vets follows the journey of a group of final year veterinary students at Ireland's only Vet School.
25mins
Escapade
Junior Vets - Part One

Junior Vets - Part One

Junior Vets follows the journey of a group of final year veterinary students at Ireland's only Vet School.
25mins
Escapade
The best kit for photographing wildlife

The best kit for photographing wildlife

Sophie talks about essential items in your filming kit – which aren't necessarily tech. Camera choice will depend on where and what you are shooting – don't overspend but buy what you can afford. A long-lasting battery is important, as is a range...
5mins
Animals, , ,
World Nomads
Expert editing tips for the best wildlife photography

Expert editing tips for the best wildlife photography

In this episode, Sophie talks editing, and the importance of keeping the edit in mind while shooting. Her tips include: don't overshoot, take wide shots as well as close ups, and film movement in different frame sizes. Try to tell your story visua...
5mins
Animals, , ,
World Nomads
Expert camera tips for amazing wildlife photography

Expert camera tips for amazing wildlife photography

In this episode, Sophie talks about camera techniques and how they can help you. Starting with shot size, Sophie advises starting with a wide shot to put the animal in context, show its size and surroundings, before moving to a close-up of the fac...
7mins
Animals, , ,
World Nomads
Goat yoga trend reaches Sweden

Goat yoga trend reaches Sweden

In Sweden, a class now offers residents of the capital Stockholm the chance to take part in 'goat yoga,' practising their positions in a park as the animals wander around them and relax at their feet. The class was set up by Malin Tyren Bakken, wh...
1min
News, , ,
AFP
Latest Sightings: Python stalks a bushbuck in Mapungubwe

Latest Sightings: Python stalks a bushbuck in Mapungubwe

Watch the nerve-wracking moment a python spots a bushbuck, that is feeding nearby, and how it starts to stalk it for a potential meal!
3mins
24.com
Monkey Menace

Monkey Menace

This film explores the unique urban rift that exists between Delhi’s Rhesus Macaques and citizens with all the metaphors that this symbolises.
52mins
Galloping Films
Sophie Darlington's Tips: Lighting & Position

Sophie Darlington's Tips: Lighting & Position

Sophie talks about how light and position can affect everything on your shoot and change the entire feel. Before shooting, always looks at the location of sunrise and sunset and check the weather. Sophie loves to film when the sun is behind the an...
6mins
Animals, , ,
World Nomads
Sophie Darlington's Tips: Know Your Subject

Sophie Darlington's Tips: Know Your Subject

In this episode, Sophie shares the importance of research – at home is fine, but nothing beats local knowledge, perhaps from a driver or a guide, who are already on the ground and can share their insight and intel about the animals and the area. S...
5mins
Animals, , ,
World Nomads
Sophie Darlington's Tips: Introduction

Sophie Darlington's Tips: Introduction

Join World Nomads' Sophie Darlington as she offers her amazing insight and tips into how to shoot one of the trickiest subjects there is for a filmmaker – wildlife. In this first introductory episode, Sophie outlines what to expect in this series ...
1min
Animals, , ,
World Nomads
Meet the motorbike-crazy dog who likes speed as much as her owner

Meet the motorbike-crazy dog who likes speed as much as her owner

Mukha and her owner Dmitri Pushinkov are as thick as thieves. Even when riding, the biker is inseparable from his dog.
1min
Ruptly
Tips for an Elephant Safari

Tips for an Elephant Safari

Heading to a nature reserve on a self-drive? Here are a few tips on interacting with wild elephants.
2mins
Animals, , ,
24.com
Crannog - the woman who cares for animals at the end of their lives

Crannog - the woman who cares for animals at the end of their lives

Alexis has a life-threatening disease. She spends her time in the wooded expanse of northern Scotland, where she takes care of dozens of animals who are also sick, wounded or dying.
15mins
The Guardian
Creature comforts: has the US's emotional support animal epidemic gone too far?

Creature comforts: has the US's emotional support animal epidemic gone too far?

Emotional support animals, or ESAs, have exploded across the US in recent years, with rising numbers of pet owners getting their animals certified online.
15mins
The Guardian
Noisy French ROOSTER goes on trial in neighborly dispute

Noisy French ROOSTER goes on trial in neighborly dispute

A retired couple in Oleron, western France, may have ruffled some feathers when they decided to sue their neighbours and Maurice, their rooster, for keeping them from sleeping in. Corinne Fesseau, Maurice's owner, started to receive letters from h...
2mins
Ruptly
Home-raised wild wolves graduate to sheep guarding duties in Iraq

Home-raised wild wolves graduate to sheep guarding duties in Iraq

Shepherds from the town of Takiya, Sulaimani province, have domesticated six wolves, which they reportedly found in the wild five months ago in the arid mountains near the village of Bawapati Saru. Aside from protection duties, these once-feral be...
1min
Ruptly
Bird's-eye view! CCTV captures rare stork's nest as fire sweeps through Amur region

Bird's-eye view! CCTV captures rare stork's nest as fire sweeps through Amur region

A CCTV camera located in the nest of a rare stork captured the spread of fire in Russia's Amur region. The camera was reportedly placed by biologists observing the life and population of the bird listed in the 'Red Book' of Russia. This time the s...
1min
Ruptly
Cat adopts baby squirrels in Crimea

Cat adopts baby squirrels in Crimea

A cat in the Crimean town of Bakhchysarai has adopted a number of orphaned squirrels. The family now sleep together, follow each other around, climb and even fight over milk.
1min
Ruptly
Meet Yuki and Mohan, the real-life Game of Thrones GIANT wolfdogs

Meet Yuki and Mohan, the real-life Game of Thrones GIANT wolfdogs

Yuki and Mohan, the two massive but gentle wolfdog ambassadors for the Shy Wolf Sanctuary, were being fed at the volunteering shelter in Naples, Florida. Founded in 2001 by Nancy Smith, the non-profit aims to provide sanctuary, rehabilitation, car...
1min
Ruptly
Australia's Top 5 Most Stunning Hidden Destinations

Australia's Top 5 Most Stunning Hidden Destinations

If you're looking for some little-known spots in Australia to explore, then you've come to the right place! We've complied the exclusive, top 5 list to figure out the very bets of the best in secret destinations!
1min
Travel, , , ,
Where To
Australia's Top 5 Most Scenic Drives

Australia's Top 5 Most Scenic Drives

What's better than an old fashioned road trip? Australia has no shortage of incredible, scenic drives spread all throughout the country! Here's a comprehensive list of the top five!
1min
Environment, , , , ,
Where To
Scientists Have Created Meat In A Lab!

Scientists Have Created Meat In A Lab!

Have you heard about the controversial new 'fake meat'? Scientists have discovered a way to grow cultured meat in a lab and it's said to revolutionise the meat industry! Would you try fake meat from a lab?
1min
News, , , ,
Where To
China's pig farmers find little to celebrate ahead of Year of the Pig

China's pig farmers find little to celebrate ahead of Year of the Pig

An African swine fever outbreak in China has struck small farms in the world's biggest pork-producing country and caused havoc for its one trillion dollar hog sector.
1min
Reuters