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  • Filming Zebras show

    Filming Zebras

    Producers Beverly and Derek Joubert explain the highs - and lows - of capturing zebras on film.

    (01:12)
  • Jellyfish in Danger show

    Jellyfish in Danger

    If jellyfish stray too far into the shadows of the lake, they are slowly picked apart by their predators.

    (02:25)
  • Jellyfish Lake show

    Jellyfish Lake

    Millions of golden jellyfish live in just one lake -- and they follow the path of the sun.

    (02:40)
  • Trapped by Elephants show

    Trapped by Elephants

    After tracking elephants undetected, cameraman Bob Poole gets stuck in the middle of two elephant herds.

    (03:29)
  • Elephant Search show

    Elephant Search

    Cameraman Bob Poole describes his method for filming elephants undetected.

    (02:32)
  • Filming Ants show

    Filming Ants

    Martin Dohrn and company on the pains of filming ants.

    (02:17)
  • Juan Restrepo show

    Juan Restrepo

    RESTREPO was a strategic outpost named in honour of their medic, PFC Juan Restrepo, who was killed in action.

    (01:54)
  • Korengal show

    Korengal

    Soldiers recall their first impressions, thoughts and fears arriving at Korengal Valley in Afghanistan.

    (03:04)
  • Jupiter_MOBI1 show

    Jupiter_MOBI1

    Jupiter, named after the king of the gods, is made of nothing but gas and rotates at breakneck speed.

    (02:52)
  • Jupiter_PPC show

    Jupiter_PPC

    With its 62 moons and the possibility for a close encounter Jupiter is the perfect adrenalin destination.

    (02:31)
  • Mars_MOBI01 show

    Mars_MOBI01

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

    (03:00)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI1 show

    NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI1

    Uranus is the third largest planet, and is the only planet in the Solar System to orbit on its side.

    (03:00)
  • Saturn_ppc show

    Saturn_ppc

    Beautiful on the outside, seething on the inside, Saturn would make for an unforgettable visit.

    (02:29)
  • Philosopher's Stone show

    Philosopher's Stone

    Video of the Philosopher's Stone episode from the Ancient X Files series on National Geographic Channel.

    (00:44)
  • Freaks of the Ocean show

    Freaks of the Ocean

    They're armed and dangerous, masters of disguise, cunning code-breakers - discover the oceans' freakiest creatures.

    (03:12)
  • Sky show

    Sky

    This episode reveals the world's weirdest air bourne creatures as we learn that the sky is not just for the birds.

    (02:07)
  • Tiger Birth show

    Tiger Birth

    John Varty films Julie giving birth to a tiny tiger cub.

    (03:09)
  • Fantasy Lives show

    Fantasy Lives

    The “maid” café phenomenon in Tokyo is growing and now cross-dressing males are becoming waitresses.

    (02:25)
  • On The Menu show

    On The Menu

    If you had to choose, what would you rather eat, a duck embryo or animal penis?

    (01:47)
  • Horn or Tattoo? show

    Horn or Tattoo?

    What would you rather have? Horn implants or an tattooed eyeballs? Take a look at your choices.

    (01:36)