Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 4 episode 3 (S04E03)
In the UK a virgin snake gives birth, in the US a sea serpent washes up and in Morocco 12 goats stand stock still in a tree. It's a weird world, and Chris Packham explains why.
Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 4 episode 2 (S04E02)
From a crab milked for its blue blood and stones moving across the desert by themselves to a veritable swarm of rabbits, Chris Packham unravels nature's weirdest events.
Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 4 episode 1 (S04E01)
Chris Packham delves into the world of weird; there's something strange in the water in the Caribbean a 4ft worm in your fish tank and a tick turning America vegetarian.
Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 3 episode 3 (S03E03)
Chris Packham continues his exploration of nature's most bizarre and extraordinary happenings. He looks at bears that have turned criminal, fish that have learned to attack birds on land, a possum that fakes its own death, a snake with two heads, seriously clever crows and fainting goats. In nature, fact is often weirder than fiction.
Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 3 episode 2 (S03E02)
With incredible eyewitness footage and expert scientific explanations, Chris Packham continues his exploration of the world's most bizarre and extraordinary happenings in nature.
In Florida, fish are walking out of the water, while bees in France are making shocking multi-coloured honey. We find out why whales and dolphins would forge an unlikely friendship, how trees are oozing red 'blood', and why all over the world people are reporting alien-like sounds from the sky. In nature, fact is often weirder than fiction.
Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 3 episode 1 (S03E01)
Chris investigates commuting dogs on the Moscow metro, killer sharks on an Australian golf course, a town taken over by tumbleweed and a Wolverine-like frog that shoots bones through its skin. In nature, fact is often weirder than fiction.
Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 2 episode 3 (S02E03)
Chris looks at some of the most extraordinary behaviours and extreme adaptations that animals have developed to survive. He discovers the secret of a frozen frog that can bring itself back to life, unmasks the slimy character responsible for mysterious oceanic ooze and delves into the underworld of real life zombies.
Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 2 episode 2 (S02E02)
Chris Packham unpacks the strange fiction facts behind what really happened. Chris looks at the events that stop people in their tracks, invade the human world and disrupt everyday lives. He travels to a village awash with billions of tiny crabs, meets the residents facing an angry mob of elk and visits the town that woke up to an apocalyptic sky.
Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 2 episode 1 (S02E01)
Chris visits the town that was brought to a standstill by a swarm of flying insects, as well as meeting the polar bears whose bizarre friendships shocked a community and the sleepless residents kept awake by a lover's deafening serenade.
Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 1 episode 2 (S01E02)
The second in this two-part series about the weirdest natural events on the planet features the incredible sea foam which turns part of the Australian coast into what looks like the world's biggest bubble bath. Plus there is a look at the mysterious death of thousands of sea birds on America's west coast, and the otherworldly phenomenon known as milky seas.
Other strange events include thousands of birds falling from the sky in America, causing panic and predictions of the apocalypse among the residents, and the fish that fell from the sky in south London.
And finally there is the story of the truly terrifying holes which open up in the earth's crust and swallow not only buildings, but in the case of a nature reserve in Florida, an entire lake.
Watch Nature's Weirdest Events season 1 episode 1 (S01E01)
In the first programme of this two-part series, Chris Packham takes us around the world to the scene of some of the weirdest natural events on the planet. With the help of footage taken by eyewitnesses and news crews, he unravels the facts and the science behind each phenomenon.
There is the mysterious case of the car cocooned by caterpillars in Holland, and the baffling case of the exploding toads in Germany. In Switzerland a lakeside town is entombed in ice and a once in a lifetime storm turns Sydney, Australia crimson overnight. There are some disturbing plagues of mice and locusts and a swarm of ladybirds. And finally there are extraordinary strandings of starfish, crabs and whales.