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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)
  • Dangerous Catch show

    Dangerous Catch

    In Ghana, olive baboons are ransacking crops and terrorising villagers meanwhile in Namibia, a once rich fishing ground is...

    (01:24)
  • Dirty Secrets show

    Dirty Secrets

    Scientists and citizens across the world are scrambling to solve a set of disturbing mysteries unfolding along the shores of...

    (01:24)
  • Underwater Oasis show

    Underwater Oasis

    An underwater metropolis exists not far away from the Southern tip of the continent.

    (00:40)
  • Aliwal Shoal show

    Aliwal Shoal

    The ocean is a treasure trove of hidden secrets of great riches lost from sight below her vast surface. The ocean is a...

    (03:03)
  • Undersea Life show

    Undersea Life

    An assortment of marine life rarely seen before.

    (03:02)
  • The Aghulas current show

    The Aghulas current

    At Aliwal the first season visitors are sand sharks.

    (03:04)
  • Life at Aliwal show

    Life at Aliwal

    Aliwal is the result of thousands of years of geological transformation, that continues to this day. Every year during winter...

    (03:02)
  • Underwater battle show

    Underwater battle

    For all its beauty, Aliwal is still a wilderness, governed by the strict laws of nature.

    (03:03)
  • Earth Report 2009 show

    Earth Report 2009

    Scientific breakthroughs from 2008 will form the core of this year’s Earth Report. Young high-energy experts from around...

    (01:15)
  • Comets show

    Comets

    (00:29)
  • Deadliest Planets show

    Deadliest Planets

    (00:29)
  • Deep Space Probes show

    Deep Space Probes

    (00:29)
  • 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)
  • First dive show

    First dive

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

    (03:03)
  • Colorful corals show

    Colorful corals

    Spectacularly; a territory dominated by coral.

    (03:03)