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National Geographic

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  • Goldmine in your house show

    Goldmine in your house

    Antiques in your house could be worth thousands of dollars…

    (04:30)
  • The Amazon show

    The Amazon

    A look at Columbia’s Amazon River and some of the wildlife found there.

    (04:21)
  • High Speed Manuevers show

    High Speed Manuevers

    The lemurs must evade their deadly predator, the fossa, which is just as skilled at climbing.

    (01:57)
  • T. rex Autopsy Trailer show

    T. rex Autopsy Trailer

    At 13 metres long, nearly 2 metres wide and lying lifeless in a specially constructed biology lab, the world’s first...

    (00:30)
  • Coral Balance show

    Coral Balance

    Coral requires a specific set of elements in the environment to be able to flourish and grow.

    (02:08)
  • Early Alarm System show

    Early Alarm System

    Meerkats have adapted an early alarm system against predators, such as jackals.

    (02:43)
  • Orb Weaver show

    Orb Weaver

    The Orb Weavers are some of the most skilled spiders in the world.

    (02:03)
  • Strange Spider Mating show

    Strange Spider Mating

    Spiders have strange mating rituals when they are courting a partner.

    (02:25)
  • Dancing for Food show

    Dancing for Food

    The flamingo must dance to stir up their food source in the mud.

    (02:39)
  • River Wolves show

    River Wolves

    The secluded lakes of Peru are the perfect home for giant otters, also known as river wolves.

    (00:00)
  • A Lot to Learn show

    A Lot to Learn

    Neil and his family cut down a log to anchor their raft.

    (03:11)
  • Lead Dog show

    Lead Dog

    Neil and his son Lauro have come to Tanana to pick out a lead dog for their dog sled team.

    (03:09)
  • Monarch Mating show

    Monarch Mating

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

    (02:13)
  • Wildebeest Death Trek show

    Wildebeest Death Trek

    Young cheetahs wait for newborn wildebeests, stalking them before the wildebeests begin their migration.

    (02:56)
  • 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)
  • Swimming with Whales show

    Swimming with Whales

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

    (01:55)
  • Filming Tragedy show

    Filming Tragedy

    Jouberts talk about filming the foal with his dead mother.

    (02:22)
  • Trapped by Elephants show

    Trapped by Elephants

    After tracking elephants undetected, cameraman Bob Poole gets stuck in the middle of two elephant herds.

    (03:29)
  • Elephant SMS show

    Elephant SMS

    Using Science to save Elephants by preventing them getting too close to "human territory".

    (02:56)
  • Great White Attack show

    Great White Attack

    Crew filming sharks gets hit by great white underneath the boat.

    (01:34)