Sperm whales; penguins; mandrills and beetles are a few of the subjects featured in series 15 from 1996/1997. John Shrapnel, Tim Pigott-Smith and Zoë Wanamaker are among the narrators.
Series 20 features African elephants; badgers; leopards; brown bears; African wild dogs; and the domestic dog and cat. Narrators include Andrew Sachs; Richard Briers and Charles Dance.
Series 26 begins with a look at the life of the snow leopard, and also features the story of a giant otter cub, and there is an exploration of Dartmoor's woods and rivers.
The life of an orphaned gorilla who became the leader of his troop opens series 27. cameras also track whale sharks, and there is an examination of human-like behaviour in simians.
The lives of black bears in Minnesota, wildlife that inhabits the Zambezi River, and an investigation into the life of the manta ray are just three of the subjects featured.
Cameras follow a harpy eagle from birth to adulthood in series 28. Plus, the life and legacy of Echo the elephant, and a sea otter pup growing up on the coast of California are also featured
A biologist who raised 13 turkeys from an endangered breed; a honey ant queen's rise to dominance, and wildlife in Cornwall are among the subjects featured in series 30.
Mat Pines' five-year study of the lives of baboons in Ethiopia; an ambitious scheme to save Sumatra's jungle tigers, and the life of a tiger in India are featured in series 31.
India's complex relationship with its wild leopards opens series 32. Plus, scientists try to film a living, giant squid, and a look at the different methods animals use to attract a mate.
A pride of lions preys on a herd of elephants at the start of series 33. Plus, an investigation into the fearless reputation of the honey badger, and the wildlife of France's mountains.
Featuring a leopard and its cubs trying to survive in the wilds of Botswana; owls' heightened abilities, and the impact of increased migration and tourism on Galapagos's wildlife.
Featuring staff at a jungle animal hospital in Guatemala; extraordinary inter-species partnerships in the wild, and the story of a mother moose bringing up her calf in the Canadian Rockies.
The fight to save Puerto Rico's most endangered creatures; the giant armadillo, and how animals can use their bodies as weapons are just three of the subjects featured in series 36.