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Adventurer/survivalist Bear Grylls hosts and narrates this six-part docuseries, which draws attention to the volatility of Mother Nature and the resilient animals that survive Earth's most extreme habitats. Each hourlong episode characterizes one of the planet's roughest environments -- including jungles, mountains, deserts, oceans, the poles and grasslands -- and how each of its inhabitants acclimate to its turn of events. As Grylls guides viewers through these extreme locations, the incredible ways in which animals have adapted to survive against all odds are celebrated. As well, underscored is a sense of urgency to the effects of climate change.

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aired 97 days ago
Jungles comprise the most diverse habitats on Earth in which only the most resilient species triumph; the fiercest jungle species include jaguars, caimans, gibbons, orangutans, spectral tarsiers, hummingbirds, and parasites.
aired 97 days ago
The highest mountains on Earth are home to snow leopards, golden eagles, mountain goats, barnacle goslings, and gelada monkeys; only the toughest of animals can endure the extreme weather, scarce food supplies and limited oxygen on these peaks.
aired 97 days ago
Delving beneath the surface of the Earth's oceans to uncover a world of extraordinary extremes, including crushing depths, stormy coasts, vast blue deserts, and crowded reefs; how seals fend off sharks; how orcas fight to survive.
aired 97 days ago
Bear Grylls hosts a look at animals in the world's most extreme habitats and how they have adapted to survive against all odds.
aired 97 days ago
Deserts are getting even hotter, drier and bigger, yet a host of remarkable animals still survive in the harshest of conditions, including cunning hyenas, pint-sized meerkats and sand-dwelling spiders.
aired 97 days ago
In the grasslands, animals endure freezes, fires, floods, and droughts; bull elephants clash in mating battles; cheetahs and gazelles engage in a predator-and-prey dance in the Kenyan savanna; bison battle a blizzard while being pursued by wolves.
aired 106 days ago
Bear Grylls hosts a look at animals in the world's most extreme habitats and how they have adapted to survive against all odds.
aired 248 days ago
Only the most resilient animals can live in the hottest and coldest environments found on the planet.
aired 269 days ago
Grassland animals and jungle creatures battle some of the most extreme and bizarre conditions on Earth.
aired 276 days ago
Mountains and oceans feature harsh realities, unapologetic predators and a lack of oxygen.
aired 329 days ago
Bear Grylls hosts a look at animals in the world's most extreme habitats and how they have adapted to survive against all odds.
aired 336 days ago
Hummingbirds zip through the jungle in the blink of an eye, and capturing them on film requires serious effort.
aired 343 days ago
The camera crew strives to capture an epic bison hunt for the documentary series, "Hostile Planet."
aired 350 days ago
The camera crew battles wind, rain and guano to capture breathtaking footage for the documentary series, "Hostile Planet."
aired 357 days ago
The camera crew faces challenges while filming in extreme conditions on mountaintops in the documentary series, "Hostile Planet."

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