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      The 2000's Greatest Tragedies
      The 2000's Greatest Tragedies

      '2000s Greatest Tragedies' shines a light on the decade which brought us destruction on an unimaginable scale.

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        Money Meltdown
        Cash In The Chem Lab

        Dave and his buddies get access to an abandoned aluminum factory that was once the largest on the planet.

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        Money Meltdown
        Fight of Flight

        Diego used to repair avionics when he was in the military and he knows that some of the older components have gold and silver in them.

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        Wicked Tuna
        Knock Out Punch

        It's week 14 of the bluefin tuna season and with less than two weeks of fishing left, the top four Gloucester crews are locked in a tight race.

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        YouTube Revolution
        Youtube Revolution

        As YouTube turns ten, we chart the history of the last decade through the lens of the world's most famous video sharing site.

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        The 2000's Greatest Tragedies
        The 2000's Greatest Tragedies

        '2000s Greatest Tragedies' shines a light on the decade which brought us destruction on an unimaginable scale.

Managing crocodiles in Jamaica

Managing crocodiles in Jamaica

Crocodiles surround this beautiful island. Dr. Brady Barr and the University of Florida teach some capture techniques.

Tide rolls in at Sunset onto the rocky Kona shores. This image is from United Sharks of America. Photo of the day - 30 August 2015

30 AUGUST 2015

Tide rolls in at Sunset onto the rocky Kona shores. This image is from United Sharks of America.

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Videos of the Week

Echolocation video

Echolocation

Similar to how bats use sound to navigate in the dark Daniel uses a click sound to perceive the presence of objects.

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Hyena Gangs photo

Hyena Gangs

Unique night vision and thermal cameras penetrate the darkness to reveal Africa's notorious hyenas hunting in their element....

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