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VIDEOS

  • Searching for Whales show

    Searching for Whales

    Producer Katie Bauer describes the arduous process of finding sperm whales in the middle of open ocean.

    (01:31)
  • Fish Finder show

    Fish Finder

    Cameraman Rick Rosenthal talks about finding fish and then diving into the water to film them in a bout of chaos.

    (01:55)
  • Filming Tragedy show

    Filming Tragedy

    Jouberts talk about filming the foal with his dead mother.

    (02:22)
  • Four Seasons show

    Four Seasons

    Katie Bauer describes treacherous weather conditions and problems in the Falklands.

    (01:52)
  • Camera and the Shark show

    Camera and the Shark

    Musical montage of underwater cameraman filming whale shark.

    (01:50)
  • Silent show

    Silent

    What soldiers don't write home about. These guys put on a brave face when calling home. Everything is fine.

    (03:02)
  • Mars_MOBI01 show

    Mars_MOBI01

    Mars is very similar to Earth, sharing many characteristics after being created in much the same way.

    (03:00)
  • Mars_ppc show

    Mars_ppc

    Mars would make for an interesting visit, with the possibility of harboring evidence of life.

    (02:17)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI4 show

    NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI4

    Simulating a trip is easier than actually making it. Uranus orbits the sun once every 83 years.

    (03:09)
  • Powerful Beast show

    Powerful Beast

    Vágner ventures into the world’s largest rain forest to go head-to-head with the giant piraiba catfish.

    (03:08)
  • Demon of Madagascar show

    Demon of Madagascar

    Meet the aye aye, a Lemur native to Madagascar, who the locals believe can kill just by the point of a finger!

    (02:57)
  • Devastated Dreams show

    Devastated Dreams

    The 9/11 attacks affected New Yorkers but also individuals from all over the world who came to the city with an American Dream.

    (01:46)
  • Turning Heads show

    Turning Heads

    Don’t let your eyes fool you. Things are not always as they seem in this head scratcher.

    (00:23)
  • Visual Games show

    Visual Games

    See if you can process what your eyes are telling you, or will you be fooled?

    (00:24)
  • Smile Trial show

    Smile Trial

    See what really happens when you smile, and how to spot a fake one.

    (01:34)
  • Born to Lie show

    Born to Lie

    It seems being a liar might actually be a good thing.

    (01:10)
  • Our Eyes Lie show

    Our Eyes Lie

    Hoop players try shooting basketballs after their spatial sense is altered.

    (01:55)
  • Apollo Robbins on Perception show

    Apollo Robbins on Perception

    Deception expert Apollo Robbins has mastered the art of using the eye to fool the brain.

    (01:11)
  • Choice Blindness show

    Choice Blindness

    Take a test to see how your brain lies to you so you can make snap decisions.

    (00:58)
  • Persuasion Expert: Joshua Ackerman show

    Persuasion Expert: Joshua Ackerman

    MIT's Josh Ackerman gives us a few insights on how marketers use your behavior patterns to their advantage.

    (01:44)