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VIDEOS

  • Buddy Does The Splits show

    Buddy Does The Splits

    Buddy does the splits while riding two forklifts.

    (02:57)
  • Group Charge show

    Group Charge

    A larger herd of elephants is tired of the team being near them, and starts to charge.

    (02:34)
  • Phenomenal Amount of Birds show

    Phenomenal Amount of Birds

    The team discovers numerous species of birds nesting in trees high above the hungry crocodiles below.

    (02:43)
  • Adaptability show

    Adaptability

    Did you know that chameleons alter their color to reflect light differently?

    (00:30)
  • Blue Light show

    Blue Light

    Did you know that blue light can come from the sun or electronic devices such as your computer?

    (00:30)
  • Before the Flood Trailer show

    Before the Flood Trailer

    From Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Fisher Stevens and Academy Award-winning actor, and environmental activist Leonardo...

    (02:19)
  • The Rolex Awards Promo show

    The Rolex Awards Promo

    The Rolex Awards for Enterprise 40th Anniversary coming soon on National Geographic.

    (00:30)
  • Inauguration Day show

    Inauguration Day

    Secretary of State Alexander Haig interrupts Ron and Nancy's Inauguration Day celebrations in the Oval Office.

    (02:59)
  • An Unhealthy Obsession show

    An Unhealthy Obsession

    As John Hinckley's obsessions and delusions intensify, so do his efforts at winning the attention of his prized fixation,...

    (02:27)
  • Shark Eden show

    Shark Eden

    The pristine seas team dives off the coast of Darwin Island and they experience one of their best dives ever!

    (04:13)
  • Being Barbie show

    Being Barbie

    In David Byrne's art installation, participants are immersed in the mindset of a tiny doll, using VR technology.

    (02:10)