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  • Rescued Animals show

    Rescued Animals

    Rescued Animals

  • Japan's Secret Sub Gallery show

    Japan's Secret Sub Gallery

    Find out why one of the most powerful tools of the Second World War was never used.

  • The Animated Universe show

    The Animated Universe

    Animated Images from the Known Universe

  • Safari so far show

    Safari so far

    Photo of animals at the watering hole at Kruger National Park.

  • Mass Production show

    Mass Production

    From rum to cars to potato chips, see how popular products are mass produced.

  • Inside the blue hole with Kenny Broad show

    Inside the blue hole with Kenny Broad

    Inside the blue hole with Kenny Broad from Diving the labyrinth.

  • Top secret weapon show

    Top secret weapon

    Top secret weapon

  • São Paolo show

    São Paolo

    Don’t Tell My Mother…That I am in São Paolo

  • Strange Behaviors show

    Strange Behaviors

    Caught in the Act reveals some of the most incredible and disturbing animal acts ever captured on film.

  • World without Oil show

    World without Oil

    It’s the backbone of modern life. It’s in the food we eat, the houses we live in, the cars we drive. Oil is one of the...

  • China’s Lost Pyramids show

    China’s Lost Pyramids

    Enter the secret, splendid and tragic world of China’s mega-tombs, man-made mountains that once proclaimed the might of...

  • The Sphinx show

    The Sphinx

    How did the Egyptians build this crouching lion, weighing more than 50 747 jumbo jets?

  • The Photographer show

    The Photographer

    The faces behind the camera: these guys all know how close you have to get if you really want the best shot.

  • Risky Drug Business show

    Risky Drug Business

    Drug enforcement officials are combating against to a $300 billion enterprise, that involves dealers, addicts and traffickers.

  • Narco Wars show

    Narco Wars

    The brutal truth behind this multi-million dollar drug business.

  • Army Ants show

    Army Ants

    Army ants will migrate about 330 feet each night; the equivalent in human terms of a marathon.

  • Flying Foxes show

    Flying Foxes

    The little red flying fox of Australia sometimes form camps of over one million individuals.

  • Walking Like a Dinosaur show

    Walking Like a Dinosaur

    Phil reveals new evidence of quirky movements that adult and baby Titanosaurs made 70-million years ago.

  • Living Dinosaur show

    Living Dinosaur

    Vágner joins local experts on a mission to catch and tag white sturgeon to aid the species’ survival.

  • Stay Weird show

    Stay Weird

    Take a look at some of the weirdest animals in the world.