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GREEN VIDEOS

  • Catch a Hippo show

    Catch a Hippo

    Brady Barr examines a hippo from very close.

    (03:00)
  • Giant Sawfish show

    Giant Sawfish

    Older than dinosaurs, sawfish are filter-feeders just like baleen whales.

    (02:55)
  • Robo Snake show

    Robo Snake

    Can robots help capture some of the world’s most deadliest snakes?

    (02:48)
  • Shark Eden show

    Shark Eden

    Leading the expedition is Dr. Enric Sala, a National Geographic Explorer and research scientist at Spain’s National Council.

    (00:32)
  • Coral reefs show

    Coral reefs

    A small group of scientists is on a mission: find the last stretches of ocean that remain as they were before man.

    (03:03)
  • Five pieces to the puzzle show

    Five pieces to the puzzle

    A group of marine experts from around the globe with an aim: to create a new protected area in Kiribati.

    (03:02)
  • Colorful corals show

    Colorful corals

    Spectacularly; a territory dominated by coral.

    (03:03)
  • Vostok Island show

    Vostok Island

    The island is so small it has never had human habitation, is probably the most pristine island.

    (03:00)
  • Siberia Lake Baikal show

    Siberia Lake Baikal

    This is Lake Baikal. This record breaking lake holds twenty percent of the Earth’s fresh water – as much as all five of...

    (03:14)
  • The Great Divide Caucasian Chamois show

    The Great Divide Caucasian Chamois

    Green hills and alpine meadows, arid salt flats, miniature sand dunes give way to ferocious mountains. The landscapes of the...

    (02:58)
  • Man Eating Crocs show

    Man Eating Crocs

    Brady is on a mission to capture a killer.

    (03:12)
  • First dive show

    First dive

    The absence of sharks is a lead that something may be wrong at Flint Island.

    (03:03)