From the African savanna to the Peruvian desert, lives of predators and prey are closely linked to the moon’s cycles and the opportunities they bring.
Mothers with cubs fight to survive, and a lonely monkey finds safety in numbers as animals navigate cold landscapes during the planet’s longest nights.
Beneath the jungle’s canopy, the night is alive with fantastic beasts, large and small, who use the darkness to socialize, hunt, climb and crawl.
The oceans’ tides ebb and flow in concert with the moon, and so do the lives of the creatures below, from the largest whale shark to the smallest prawn.
After dark, the natural world appears in unnatural places: Migrating elephants stroll through town, and urbanized otters romp in the city.
The night unfolds to reveal magic in the air, drama in the deep, and danger on the ground as animals across the planet rise with the sunset.