Saving a Species

Bringing you face-to-face with the wonders of wildlife through species-focused episodes and a wide array of deeper dive extras. Accessible in the school classroom via DVD and computer, and on-the-go through tablet and hand-held devices, the Saving a Species series is perfect for the blended classroom experience.
  • Cheetah


    Explore the design and performance as well as the lives and challenges faced by one of the world's foremost predators, the cheetah.

  • Elephant


    Take a look at all sides to learn about elephants, their habits, and their environments. We’ll meet people who are passionate about protecting elephants--from local villagers, to researchers in Africa and the United States.

  • Our Ocean

    Our One Ocean

    Our oceans are all connected, so really, there’s only one ocean on Earth. And it affects all life on the planet. Explore our relationships with the ocean and discover diverse projects and inspiring people dedicated to preserving this essential resource.

  • Penguin


    Penguins, their unique physique and signature style make them impossible to ignore. They’re a bird that has staked its claim on some of Earth’s most unforgiving terrain using some of nature’s coolest adaptations.

  • Polar Bear

    Polar Bears

    Polar bears live in one of this planet's harshest environments. With an exceptional mix of physical and behavioral adaptations their survival comes down to their ability to find and conserve energy, and our ability to reduce energy consumption. Their environment is melting away and time is running out. But there is hope, and more than ever, the solutions involve our everyday actions.

  • Sea Turtle

    Sea Turtles

    Take a deep dive into the capabilities and challenges of one of the world's more ancient and astounding animal species, sea turtles.

  • Tiger


    It's hard to imagine, but the tiger could become extinct within our lifetime. However, there is hope. People, governments, and conservation organizations around the world are working to make sure this doesn't happen. Learn how we can all join forces to protect tigers!

  • Wolf


    Wolves were one of the most successful species on the planet, with intelligence and adaptability that put them on top of the food chain. But now humans and wolves need to share the same space and if we can't make that happen, our ecosystem might never be the same.