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National Geographic Channel

WEBISODE

  • Tracking Mali Elephants show

    Tracking Mali Elephants

    Cameraman Bob Poole and crew track elephants at night with computer.

    (01:47)
  • The Arctic Wrangel Island show

    The Arctic Wrangel Island

    While young harp seals take to the sea, their nemesis roams the ice. Polar bears spend most of their lives on the frozen pack h...

    (03:20)
  • Siberia show

    Siberia

    Worldwide, ants are so numerous their total weight is almost as much as the human population. A force to reckon with. Workers f...

    (02:59)
  • Diving The Labyrinth show

    Diving The Labyrinth

    Diving The Labyrinth

    (03:02)
  • Diving The Labryinth show

    Diving The Labryinth

    Diving The Labryinth

    (02:21)
  • Motion Control show

    Motion Control

    Cameraman Martin Dorhn describes the "Frankencam" he used to film army ants up close and personal.

    (01:18)
  • Changing Earth show

    Changing Earth

    Over the years, ISS astronauts have had a rare opportunity to witness climate change on Earth from space.

    (01:37)
  • Building the ISS show

    Building the ISS

    The United States and Russia worked side by side to develop and create the ISS.

    (02:04)
  • Beach Battles show

    Beach Battles

    Producer Katie Bauer describes the seals battling on shore.

    (01:43)
  • Dam show

    Dam

    The Three Gorges Dam in China, the world's largest hydroelectric dam, is over 2km long, 60-storeys high and will generate enoug...

    (02:03)
  • Cliff Edge show

    Cliff Edge

    One cameraman hides inside a blind on a cliff ledge to grab some phenomenal footage of peregrine falcons.

    (02:05)
  • Perfecting Pattern Recognition show

    Perfecting Pattern Recognition

    The Heike crab’s resemblance to a samurai warrior’s face helps illustrate artificial selection.

    (01:58)
  • Slow Drowning show

    Slow Drowning

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

    (01:38)
  • Earth From Above show

    Earth From Above

    We view Earth from space and examine the traces of life on its surface.

    (02:31)
  • Voyager’s Message for Space Travelers show

    Voyager’s Message for Space Travelers

    Aboard the Voyager Spaceship, a disc with messages from Earth is ready to be found.

    (02:14)
  • Deciphering the Rosetta Stone show

    Deciphering the Rosetta Stone

    The discovery of the Rosetta Stone was instrumental in deciphering the meaning of hieroglyphs.

    (02:33)
  • Lost Crew show

    Lost Crew

    Crew gets lost trying to drive through Africa to find Kob.

    (03:37)
  • 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)
  • How to Film Insects show

    How to Film Insects

    Martin talks about filming in the jungle with delicate equipment.

    (01:32)
  • Kob Stalker show

    Kob Stalker

    Bob Poole talks about filming kob while in a special hide.

    (02:04)