Celebrating and naming this years' baby gorillas in Rwanda.
A new social pecking order at Chimp Haven, a sanctuary for research animals.
Our producers are looking for cute cats with odd behaviours to star in an upcoming episode of The Nature of Things.
Popular cancer awareness advocate and identical twin Kris Hallenga urges public education about breast cancer.
It's official. A recent study confirmed that the tick that spreads lyme disease has been infiltrating Canada for the past 20 years. Yet some people claim that doctors still tell Canadians that it just isn't possible to contract lyme disease in this country.
Wildlife filmmaker Adam Ravetch has broken a new barrier in polar bear photography that could shed light on polar bear behaviour.
The yearly North American Breeding Bird Survey provides valuable songbird population data for researchers. We meet a few volunteers on the road in southern Ontario.
Director Leora Eisen explores the unbreakable bond of twins.
Google isn't the only player in the driverless car market. Jennifer Gardy visits Stanford University to learn more about the next generation of automobiles.
Margaret, a leatherback sea turtle determined to escape winter like the rest of us, has made the incredible 4000 kilometre solo journey to Trinidad.
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