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      Episode Number 7

      In this episode, Manish Paul explores the many ways to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself knocking down buildings, sledging and abusing airbags.

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        Nat Geo Untamed
        Cougar Vs Wolf

        Cougar expert Boone Smith tracks deep into Montana’s Bitterroot Mountains in search of evidence detailing the competition between the two biggest predators roaming this landscape - Cougars & Wolves.

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        Science Of Stupid
        Episode Number 3

        In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when pole dancing, playing on a pogo stick and cutting down a tree.

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        Science Of Stupid
        Episode Number 5

        In this episode Manish Paul explores the many ways to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when horse riding, diving and playing with exercise balls.

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        Do Or Die
        Deadly Rapids

        From a deadly vortex that traps unsuspecting kayakers, to falling from the sky as bizarre weather sends your airplane plummeting to earth… Would you know how to survive these Do or Die moments?

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        Don’t Tell My Mother
        Somalia

        Piracy, lawlessness and Islamic extremism… Diego returns to his roots as a war reporter to learn why Somalia has earned the title of the world’s most failed state.

Managing crocodiles in Jamaica

Managing crocodiles in Jamaica

Crocodiles surround this beautiful island. Dr. Brady Barr and the University of Florida teach some capture techniques.

Molaa, Reef Islands, Solomon Islands: Hazen Audel freediving. This image is from Survive The Tribe. Photo of the day -  2 September 2014

2 SEPTEMBER 2014

Molaa, Reef Islands, Solomon Islands: Hazen Audel freediving. This image is from Survive The Tribe.

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Perpetual Motion video

Perpetual Motion

Despite the dangers that await, many species are beginning their instinctual migratory treks through Africa.

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Monarch Butterflies photo

Monarch Butterflies

A wave of orange surrounds the trees during the monarch butterfly migration.

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