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The Greater Sage-Grouse and other wildlife struggle to survive in a rugged landscape.
Follow a family of Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys living in the highest forests in the world.
Animals congregate in huge colonies partly out of necessity and partly for the security.
Finding a good base of operations is key to successfully raising a family.
The first in a three-part series about how animals build their remarkable homes.
Ecologist Chris Morgan visits endangered orangutans in Northern Sumatra.
A shift in power is taking place at the top of the world.
A tiny orphaned sloth changes the course of a woman's life.
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An increasingly fragmented landscape is creating problems for the fleet-footed creature.
Male sage-grouse gather in groups to compete for females.
The nubian ibex, a desert-dwelling goat, can scale near vertical cliffs.
In order to survive he must depend on the generosity of his other family members.
Two snub-nosed monkey brothers play in the tree tops, annoying the rest of the troop.
How puffins got their close-up in NATURE "Animal Homes".
Puffins search for the perfect piece of real estate where they can raise their young.
A spider found in the Caribbean and South America build nests more than 20 feet across.
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