Wild Arabia

Wild Arabia

Extraordinary wildlife, landscapes and people - Arabia is a land of magic and surprise.

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TV blog: Bringing people and nature together

TV blog: Bringing people and nature together
"Wild Arabia was always envisaged as being about more than just the animals".

Read series producer Dan Rees' blog post

In pictures: The world's biggest fish

In pictures: The world's biggest fish
Whale sharks are the largest fish in the world, weighing 18.7 tonnes and up to 12m in length. Little is known about the movement of these incredible animals, but now researchers in Qatar have tracked these animals in the Gulf.

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Arabian Sea humpbacks' singing

Arabian Sea humpbacks' singing

An isolated population of Arabian Sea humpback whales may be less sophisticated "singers" than humpbacks elsewhere. These whales are believed to have been isolated from other whale populations for around 60,000 years.


Read BBC Nature's article

Audio slideshow: Exploring Arabia

Audio slideshow: Exploring Arabia
Series producers Chadden Hunter and Dan Rees talk about their experience of making Wild Arabia - a place that has evoked mystery and romance, yet we know very little about. 

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Arabia's extraordinary wildlife

Arabia's extraordinary wildlife
The Wild Arabia team reveal the survival stories of Arabia's diverse wildlife in this new series.

See behind-the-scenes pictures