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When Trees Go Nuts

Nature
Every once in a while, all the oaks or spruces or other plants in a region suddenly produce a tremendous bounty of seeds – up to 100 times more than usual. But why do they do it, and how do they all manage to sync up?

Puma Stares Down Camera Crew | The Dark: Nature's Nighttime World | BBC Earth

Nature
Isolated in the Andean mountains, the team suddenly find themselves in a standoff with a wild puma.

The Mummy's Curse | Lost Treasures of Egypt

Nature
Archaeologists find a looted tomb and begin excavating the mummy inside, but there is a problem.

Macaques SLAP Squirrels And Steal Their Food | Primates | BBC Earth

Nature
Jackfruit is a prized meal, but it can be hard to tell when they're ripe and ready to eat. These lion-tailed macaques in southern India have a crafty way of getting the tastiest morsels - stealing them from Malabar giant squirrels!

Best Monkey Moments | BBC Earth

Nature
There are more than 260 species of monkey worldwide, here are some of the best moments from our primate friends.

The Warrior Kingdoms of the Weaver Ant

Nature
Deep in tropical jungles lie floating kingdoms ruled by beautiful and deadly masters.

The fish that walk on land - Noah R. Bressman

Nature
Explore the challenges facing amphibious fish when they leave water and the ingenious ways they survive on land.

What Are the WORST Bug Bites To Get?

Nature
Can it be winter please? The bugs have had their fun.

The last living members of an extinct species - Jan Stejskal

Nature
Dig into how scientists are attempting to revive the functionally extinct northern white rhino through artificial reproduction.

The big-beaked, rock-munching fish that protect coral reefs - Mike Gil

Nature
Discover the quirky creature known as the parrotfish, and the key role it plays in keeping coral reefs healthy and thriving.

Releasing Rescued Animals Back Into The Wild | BBC Earth

Nature
Four tortoises, two leopard cats and two civets rescued from the illegal wildlife trade get a second chance at a life in the wild.

Last Wild Places: Iberá | National Geographic

Nature
Iberá National Park in northeastern Argentina is part of one of the largest wetlands in South America, but much of its wildlife went extinct in the 20th century due to widespread hunting and habitat loss.

Why People Hate Hyenas

Nature
Throughout history and around the world, most people dislike hyenas. But why?

What makes volcanoes erupt? - Steven Anderson

Nature
Dig into the science of how new volcanoes form, and what causes their unpredictable eruptions.

Tiger Shark Database | World's Biggest Tiger Shark?

Nature
After a night time dive off the coast of French Polynesia, marine biologist Kori Garza looks to shark scientist Nicolas Buray for evidence of a massive shark named Kamakai.

What makes volcanoes erupt? - Steven Anderson

Nature
Dig into the science of how new volcanoes form, and what causes their unpredictable eruptions.

Best Of Oceans | BBC Earth

Nature
From the ocean floor to the sparkling waters of the Pacific, here are some of our favourite ocean moments from the archive.

Budgie Courtship Ritual | Pets: Wild At Heart | BBC Earth

Nature
Disco the budgie is back, and this time he's not alone!

Weaver Ant Chutney | Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted

Nature
On the morning of his final cook, Gordon learns how to make a special chutney using the weaver ant as a key ingredient.

Who Is Responsible For Climate Change? – Who Needs To Fix It?

Nature
This video is part of a series about climate change supported by Breakthrough Energy – a coalition founded by Bill Gates, that is working to expand clean-energy investment and support the innovations that will lead the world to net-zero carbon emissions.

Japanese Bees Swarm Orchid | Buddha Bees and The Giant Hornet Queen | BBC Earth

Nature
These japanese bees' primary senses are taste and smell. When confronted with an orchid that mimics the scent of a giant hornet, the bees display their deadliest defense mechanism - a swarm.