Walk on the wild side with some of our favourite nature moments from The One Show.
Asian Hornets are making their way through Europe and the Honey bees are the target.
Scientists are trying to find out if British bats are indeed migratory?
Miranda finds out if sharks are attracted to heavy metal music?!
We have collected notes from various insects to create our very own musical mash up!
An experimental underwater rig reveals the Newfoundland's alternative swimming style.
Intrepid divers remove a giant net that’s snagged on a reef, threatening the wildlife.
Male rufous grasshoppers lure their mates with an exotic dance routine.
Mike Dilger tested with a life size plush decoy deer with onboard mini cameras to capture
Patrick Aryee investigates the amazing leaping power of frogs.
Long-tailed tits huddle together for warmth during the chilly winter nights
Zooplankton, some of the smallest animals known, form the largest migration on Earth.
A girl with an allergy to sunlight goes on a British night-time safari
The red squirrels have found an ally in their fight against their grey relatives.
Can plants be grown using artificial red and blue LED bulbs, instead of sunlight?
Emma takes two wild ponies onto an uninhibited island but are they ready to settle down?
Emma takes two wild ponies on an uninhibited island to see if she can train them.
Mike Dilger tracks down some of nature's noisiest who have been hitting the headlines!
Mike Dilger finds out why Britain's hedgehog population is in decline.
Mike Dilger discovers an enterprising mistle thrush pair thriving in the urban jungle
Miranda wears an unusual headpiece to get close to puffins in the water!
Beneath the River Frome lies one of the oldest animals in the world - the sea lamprey.
Mike Dilger builds a bird table with a difference - it's modelled on The One Show Studio.
Mike Dilger reveals an ambitious project to save the Scottish Wildcat.
Patrick Ayree discovers the world fastest predatory plant – and it’s from the UK!
Page 2 of 4