Mudskippers, a type of fish that can breathe air, scour the beach looking for food.
Three-toed sloths are some of the slowest and seemingly laziest creatures in the world.
Emperor dads stand watch as penguin hatchlings peck their way free.
Rockhopper penguins brave crashing waves to reach their breeding grounds.
A male African bullfrog digs a channel for his young to escape dehydration and death.
The Panamanian Golden Frog has an unusual method of warning rivals and attracting mates.
To keep warm, emperor penguins converge on the same central point and begin to huddle.
Thousands of Gulf Grunion fish act on a seemingly suicidal desire to breed out of water.
Seasonal sardine migration is a stunning example of defensive collective thinking.
Meet Hairdresser Sherri Tippie, the top live trapper of the species in North America
Beavers are devoted to their work as dam builders and they are born equipped for the job.
Learn about the post-production process of Snow Monkeys
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