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WETA TV 26: Wednesdays at 8:00PM
WETA HD: Wednesdays at 8:00PM

PBS's signature (and multi-award-winning) natural-history series uses gifted wildlife documentarians and stunning photography to reveal the magic and mystery of the fascinating natural world.

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Wed., May 4, 2016
8:00 pm
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Wed., May 4, 2016
8:00 pm
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Thu., May 5, 2016
6:00 am
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Thu., May 5, 2016
9:00 am
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Thu., May 5, 2016
3:00 pm
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Thu., May 5, 2016
3:00 pm
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Fri., May 6, 2016
12:30 am
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Fri., May 6, 2016
12:30 am
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Fri., May 6, 2016
3:30 am
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Fri., May 6, 2016
3:30 am
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Sat., May 7, 2016
5:00 pm
(60 minutes)

The Last Orangutan Eden  

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to northern Sumatra, where the wild orangutan population is dwindling because of deforestation. He visits with orphaned orangutans at rehabilitation centers; and observes orangutans that live in a peat swamp forest known as Suaq Balimbing, which is part of a World Heritage Site.

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Wed., May 11, 2016
8:00 pm
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Wed., May 11, 2016
8:00 pm
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Thu., May 12, 2016
6:00 am
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Thu., May 12, 2016
9:00 am
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Thu., May 12, 2016
3:00 pm
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Thu., May 12, 2016
3:00 pm
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Fri., May 13, 2016
12:30 am
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Fri., May 13, 2016
12:30 am
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Fri., May 13, 2016
3:30 am
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Fri., May 13, 2016
3:30 am
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Sat., May 14, 2016
4:30 am
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

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Sat., May 14, 2016
5:00 pm
(60 minutes)

Nature's Perfect Partners  

A look at partnerships forged by unrelated species. For instance, lions and lizards: the big cats enjoy uninterrupted naps thanks to the reptiles, which feast on flies buzzing their partners; and, in return, lions generally don't snack on the lizards. Also: the working relationships between the goby (a small warm-water fish) and the shrimp; tarantulas and toads; and hippos and barbells (a little fish). Also: creatures that band together, such as elephants, wolves and ants.

Full Episodes

India's Wandering Lions

India's Wandering Lions

Explore the extraordinary story of Asia’s last lions.

Animal Reunions

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What happens when people are reunited with wild animals they forged bonds with long ago?

Moose: Life of a Twig Eater

WETA PassportMoose: Life of a Twig Eater

And intrepid cameraman spends a year documenting the life of a moose calf and its mother.

Soul of the Elephant

Soul of the Elephant

An intimate look at one of the world’s most intelligent and sensitive animals.

Clips

How Do Hippos Get Clean?

How Do Hippos Get Clean?

Hippos get scrubbed from head to toe by a fish called the barbell.

Roving Gang of Sea Snakes and Fish Terrorize Reef

Roving Gang of Sea Snakes and Fish Terrorize Reef

Sea snakes and reef fish help each other snag an easy meal.

Lion Cubs Playing with Mom and Dad

Lion Cubs Playing with Mom and Dad

Asiatic lion cubs enjoy a little rough and tumble with their parents.

Lion Caught on Infrared Camera

Lion Caught on Infrared Camera

A lion reclaims his kill under cover of darkness.

Previews

Nature's Perfect Partners | Preview

Nature's Perfect Partners | Preview

Surprising stories of teamwork in the natural world.

India's Wandering Lions | Preview

India's Wandering Lions | Preview

Explore the extraordinary story of Asia’s last lions.