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We have our own productions and we work with other companies around the world. See below some of our works.

Green Planet
 BBC One, 2022

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Green Planet will be the first immersive portrayal of an unseen, interconnected world, full of remarkable new behaviour, emotional stories and surprising heroes in the plant world. 

We are working on the research and filming of sequences for this production.

Life in Colour (with David Attenborough)

 BBC One / Netflix, 2021

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Three-part series in which Sir David Attenborough will explore how colour plays a vital role in animal interactions. It is produced by Humble Bee Films, a Bristol-based production company, for BBC One and Netflix. 

Natural History Brazil has proudly worked in some of the sequences of the series.

Vida no Azul

 Animal Planet, 2020


TV series of 12 episodes about marine ecosystems and species. João Paulo and Roberta take a journey of exploration of oceans, in which they visit some of the most amazing seas of the world. During this journey, they meet scientists and learn about how amazing and fragile marine ecosystems can be.

Florestas Animais / Misterios del Bosque Tropical
Animal Planet, 2016 - 2019; Youtube, now

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TV series of 5 episodes about tropical forests. The series explores the similarites and contrasts among forests in the world. Exhibited in Brazil by Animal Planet and Discovery Theater HD, in Brazil.

The series in now available at João Paulo Krajewski's YouTube channel.


 BBC One, 2020


3 part series on the behaviour, ecology and conservation of primates around the world released on early 2020. 

Blue Planet II

 BBC One, 2018

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Documentary series of 7 episodes showing spectacles of the marine life around the world. João Paulo Krajewski worked as scientific advisor and camera of the sequence crab vs. eel vs. octopus, filmed at Fernando de Noronha, NE Brazil.

One Planet, Seven Worlds

 BBC One, 2019


Seven continents, all unique. Seven Worlds, One Planet is the latest natural history landmark from BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit, narrated by Sir David Attenborough. The series will showcase the rich diversity of Earth’s seven continents and what makes each one unique.

Natural History Brazil has proudly worked in some sequences of the episode about South America.

Earth's great rivers

 BBC Two / PBS, 2018


The series reveals the extraordinary animals, astonishing landscapes and remarkable people who live three great rivers of the world (Amazon, Nile, Mississipi). We worked filming some of the sequences of Episode 1: Amazon. João Paulo Krajewski and Roberta Bonaldo are also featured in the making of of the episode.

Domingão Aventura
Globo, 2009- 2021

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Segment of the TV show Domingão do Faustão about wildlife and adventure. João Paulo has presented more than 60 stories, filmed in more than 50 countries, during the last 10 years. In 2018, Roberta Bonaldo joined the team of hosts of the show and presented 5 stories filmed in Brazil and overseas.

Nature's Weirdest Events

BBC Two, 2016

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João Paulo Krajewski worked as scientific advisor and camera of two stories presented at the 5th season of the show: "Penguin best friend" and "The bird that sings with its wings".

Alcatrazes Island, Brazil

 Brasil, 2018

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Video produced for tourism operators (dive and wildlife observation) at Alcatrazes island, south-eastern Brazil.

Noronha's spinners

 Natural History Brazil, 2016

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Video about the life of spinners dolphins at the Fernando de Noronha archipelago that shows the activities of the NGO Projeto Golfinho Rotador. An extended version of this video has been featured at Animal Planet Brazil. 

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