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Lifting a mind-blowing 14,000 ships a year, the Panama Canal relies on the mightiest machines: gargantuan locks, a colossal cran
How the Panama ...
Opened 1914, responsible for the deaths of 25,0...
Opened 1914, responsible for the deaths of 25,000 workers, the Panama Canal is the shipping shortcut around the world.
This 19th century marvel is struggling to keep ...
This 19th century marvel is struggling to keep up with 20th century demand.
The number of ships using the Canal has increas...
The number of ships using the Canal has increased from 1000 in 1914 to over 14,000 but how can they expand?
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An exclusive look inside the Wanpaku Sumo champ...
An exclusive look inside the Wanpaku Sumo championships. This event attracts 55,000 teenage hopefuls.
programme Sumo Kids
genre World Culture
Enter the cruel world of fierce Hippo territori...
Enter the cruel world of fierce Hippo territorial battles.
programme Wild Sex
Can Humans Stan...
Scientists explain how stones can skip across w...
Scientists explain how stones can skip across water. Will the same principles apply if humans try to stand on water?
programme I Didn't Know That
The concept for Kingda Ka is unveiled, CAD desi...
The concept for Kingda Ka is unveiled, CAD design software make it possible to virtually ride the 950 metre long track.
programme Mega Structures Roller Coaster
Contemporary scholars investigate huge geometri...
Contemporary scholars investigate huge geometric markings made by the Nasca people 2,000 years ago on Peru's dry pampa.
programme Nasca Lines