Seven Worlds One Planet
Clocking in speeds of 20 miles per hour, the roadrunner prefers sprinting to flying. Usually solitary, it hunts small reptiles, insects, rodents and other small mammals in the deserts of North America.
Our Planet Jungles
In the Amazon rainforest, a group of black spider monkeys visit a salt lick. Though little is still understood about the dietary benefits, it is believed that these licks provide animals with essential mineral nutrients.
The Frisian Islands
A portrait of the Frisian Islands, also known as the Wadden Islands. These slowly 'moving' Islands form an archipelago starting in the northwest of the Netherlands. They are part of the largest unbroken system of intertidal sand and mudflats in the world. The area is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Alaska the Nutrient Cycle
Once they enter fresh water, chum salmon stop feeding and morph into an aggressive creature intent only on mating. After spawning, they die and their bodies become a source of nutrients for everything in the forest and sea.