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National Geographic

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  • Monarch Mating show

    Monarch Mating

    Monarch butterflies descend to the forest floor in order to mate and begin their migration north.

    (02:13)
  • Crab Dance show

    Crab Dance

    After mating in the forest, red crab females descend down tall cliffs into the sea where they release their eggs.

    (02:58)
  • Dying of Starvation show

    Dying of Starvation

    As the herd trudges through the Serengeti, some young wildebeests simply cannot survive the scorching journey.

    (02:56)
  • Camera Flight show

    Camera Flight

    Poole describes shooting WB from a hot air balloon.

    (01:56)
  • Slow Drowning show

    Slow Drowning

    Cameraman Bob Poole could only watch as a wildebeest became stuck in the river and drowned.

    (01:38)
  • Dying Wildebeest Baby show

    Dying Wildebeest Baby

    Cameraman Benam describes having to film a wildebeest calf being eaten by a crocodile.

    (02:48)
  • Prediction Play show

    Prediction Play

    Building mathematical models to predict the behaviour of predator and prey.

    (02:48)
  • Bat Feeding Frenzy show

    Bat Feeding Frenzy

    After gorging on eucalyptus leaves, these bats begin their long courtship in the trees.

    (02:54)
  • The Bats Come Out at Night show

    The Bats Come Out at Night

    Mother bats prepare for migration, giving their young as much milk as they can and oiling up their wings.

    (02:55)
  • Sudan Kob Singles Bat show

    Sudan Kob Singles Bat

    After a long journey, kobs begin their mating rituals - using their urine as love letters.

    (02:08)
  • Bodies on the Battlefield show

    Bodies on the Battlefield

    The competition for mates among these antelope is so fierce that many males die while fighting.

    (01:23)
  • Swimming with Whales show

    Swimming with Whales

    Katie talks about how the crew got so close to the whales.

    (01:55)
  • Meeting Whales show

    Meeting Whales

    Katie Bauer talks about how sensitive and amazing the whales are.

    (01:46)
  • Abandoned Foal show

    Abandoned Foal

    A zebra foal's mother falls prey to the harsh conditions of her journey -- will the foal leave his dead mother's side? As...

    (02:16)
  • Replenish show

    Replenish

    After the zebra's seemingly mysterious journey lies a gigantic source of needed minerals - the Salt Pans.

    (01:45)
  • Filming Zebras show

    Filming Zebras

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

    (01:12)
  • Filming Tragedy show

    Filming Tragedy

    Jouberts talk about filming the foal with his dead mother.

    (02:22)
  • Gorging Golden Jellyfish show

    Gorging Golden Jellyfish

    Golden jellies dive deep to feed -- but if they stay down too long, they suffocate in water without oxygen.

    (02:07)
  • 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)