Find out what's happening at the wandering albatross nest with weekly reports from scientists living on Bird Island.
This sub-Antarctic island has huge breeding colonies of seals, penguins and albatrosses.
James Brickell heads into the heart of the rainforest to look for spiders, scorpians and other creepy crawlies
The Deadly 60 team head to an underwater beach in search of sharks.
Midway between the North Pole and mainland Europe, Svalbard's extreme terrain is home to the largest living land carnivore.
Staying near the busiest beach in the world, the Frozen Planet programme team live cheek by jowl to king penguins and elephant seals.
Minnesota is home to 20,00-30,000 black bears, the Natural World team get close to a few of them.
Elizabeth is a director on Frozen Planet with a PhD in animal behaviour. As well as filming marine wildlife she's documented the lives of polar people.
Matt lived in sub-Antarctica studying penguins and seals before working as a researcher on Frozen Planet.
A producer/director, Dan specialises in stories about the relationship between people and nature.
Charlotte is a trained marine biologist/zoologist. She is an assistant producer in the BBC Natural History Unit.
After spending three years following baboons around a Namibian desert, Fredi has somehow found himself working on polar series Frozen Planet.
George, an expert on tropical insects, is an Honorary Research Associate at Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
Chadden has been a wildlife biologist and filmmaker for over 10 years. He is currently a director on Frozen Planet.
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