Extraordinary events from history where animals have a starring role
The inspiring story of how a Labrador led her blind master out of the World Trade Center.
In 1936 socialite Ruth Harkness and her guide captured a panda cub and took it to the US
Gorilla expert Dian Fossey was murdered in her cabin in Rwanda on 26 December 1985
When Rodney Fox survived the jaws of a Great White Shark it inspired him to study them.
A showdown on the American/Mexican border on September 14th 1958.
In 1960 a young Englishwoman made a discovery that changed our understanding of animals
How a Kenyan woman, Dame Daphne Sheldrick, first raised orphaned baby African elephants
Rabbits infested huge swathes of the Australian countryside in the 1940s and 1950s.
The story of two Australians who berfriended a lion in London, and freed him in Africa
The USA sent two monkeys into space and brought them back alive for the first time
In February 1991, the captive orca, Tilikum, drowned his trainer, Keltie Byrne in Canada.
Millions of African locusts invaded the Caribbean having flown 5,000 kilometres non-stop.