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Not to be confused with Animax.
See also: Animals

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Launched 2 April 1996
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Slogan "La chaîne grandeur nature"
Country France
Language French

132, avenue du Président Wilson

93213 La Plaine Saint-Denis
Formerly called AB Animaux (1996–1998)

Animaux is a French television channel themed on the animal world.


Created in April 1996, AB Animaux was a channel which showed animal documentaries. In 1998, it was renamed as Animaux and changed the types of programmes it showed.

After rumours of the sale of the channel by AB Group at the start of 2006, the channel eventually ended up being exclusively shown on CanalSat.


President: Jean-Michel Fava[citation needed] Programme director: Richard Maroko[citation needed] Marketing & Business Development director: Gregg Bywalski[citation needed]


Animaux is run by AB Sat SA with a budget of €24 million, 100% provided by AB Group.


The channel specialises in the environment, and principally shows animal documentaries. It has also introduced regular reports on the protection of flora and fauna. Allain Bougrain-Dubourg joined the channel as a director in 2005.


  • Territoires Sauvages : Discovery of inexpored territories and the animals who live there (Tuesday 17:55)
  • Des Animaux et des Hommes : Stories about the relationship between man and animal (Saturday 18:25) *Totalement Fauve : Big game, such as lion, puma, tiger and leopard, (Thursday 17:55).
  • A Vol d'Oiseau : Programme based on ornithology (Friday 17:55).
  • Animaux en Danger : Programme which deals with saving the planet, (Sunday 19:00).
  • Histoires d'eaux : The story of animal life in fresh and salt water (Wednesday 17:55).


Animaux was originally only shown via AB Sat, but is now available on a contract on French, Monacan, Belgian and Swiss cable and via the Nouveau Canalsat satellite package available on the new AB Group only available to customers with ADSL packages.

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