Nature

Nature

Nature's Biggest Beasts

The survival stories of the world's biggest beasts, including the Komodo dragon, whose appetite demands it takes on prey 10 times its weight, and the giraffe, whose long neck presents a challenge with controlling blood pressure. (60 minutes)

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UPCOMING EPISODES

Tue, 7/7 at 1:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

Attenborough and the Sea Dragon

Onsite extraction of fossils of an ichthyosaur, a fish lizard that ruled during the time of the dinosaurs, and a 3-D reconstruction of the creature; host David Attenborough. (60 minutes)

Wed, 7/8 at 1:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

Undercover in the Jungle

A team of naturalists and wildlife filmmakers documents the lives of exotic creatures in the extreme jungle of the Amazon rainforest. (60 minutes)

Thu, 7/9 at 1:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

Nature's Miniature Miracles

Tiny survivors of the animal kingdom around the world, from a hummingbird that travels thousands of miles north each year to baby turtles swimming in the open ocean. (60 minutes)

Fri, 7/10 at 1:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

Hotel Armadillo

Giant armadillos dig new burrows each night in the Brazilian rain forest. (60 minutes)

Tue, 7/14 at 1:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

Arctic Wolf Pack

The white wolf fights for survival in the ice and snow on Ellesmere Island in the Canadian territory of Nunavut. (60 minutes)

Wed, 7/15 at 1:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

Dogs in the Land of Lions

An intimate portrayal of motherhood centers on an African wild dog family in the Zimbabwean wilderness. (60 minutes)