A spectacular exploration of the remote South Pacific islands. Discover how their isolation has created everything from giant crabs to flesh-eating caterpillars.
Another trip to the South Pacific isles. Discover how the region's 20,000 islands were colonised by the Polynesians and take a peek at the varied local fauna.
An illuminating voyage to the remote South Pacific islands. Much of this blue wilderness is a marine desert, where sharks, whales and turtles must fight to survive.
Witness the life and death of a South Pacific island that spans millions of years of natural history, and meet some very odd creatures along the way.
Why do well-adapted species fade out when new animals arrive in the South Pacific? Some unlikely creatures living off New Zealand's coast have the answer.
Concluding the six-part series exploring the South Pacific and its incredible array of wildlife. Fishing is taking its toll on sharks, albatross and tuna.