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National Geographic Channel


  • Filming Zebras show

    Filming Zebras

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

  • How Like A Human Eye show

    How Like A Human Eye

    As the T. rex Autopsy team dissect the dinosaur's eye, they discover many similarities to the human eye.

  • Infamous Jaws show

    Infamous Jaws

    The T. rex Autopsy team investigate the dinosaur's mouth, and extract a loose tooth.

  • Desperate Lions show

    Desperate Lions

    A herd of elephants walk past pack of lions on a journey to find water.

  • Dying of Starvation show

    Dying of Starvation

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

  • Frankencam show


    Martin Dohrn explains the Frankencam -- the handmade apparatus used to film army ants in extraordinary ways.

  • 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.

  • Houdini Hound show

    Houdini Hound

    Sofia the beagle and her daring climb to freedom.

  • Goldmine in your house show

    Goldmine in your house

    Antiques in your house could be worth thousands of dollars…

  • Chasing Monarchs show

    Chasing Monarchs

    Cameramen chase down the monarchs flying around a field.

  • Underwater Submersives show

    Underwater Submersives

    Producer David Hamlin goes underwater in a submersive with a camera to shoot great whites.

  • Spectacled Caiman show

    Spectacled Caiman

    A brief look at the most common crocodilian on the planet, the Spectacled Caiman.

  • Rhythm of Life 2 show

    Rhythm of Life 2

    Take a breathtaking ride on the tailwinds of billions of creatures marching, swimming and flying across the planet.

  • The Amazon show

    The Amazon

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

  • Pink River Dolphin show

    Pink River Dolphin

    Beautiful imagery of the rarest of creatures; the pink river dolphin.

  • Sudan Kob Singles Bat show

    Sudan Kob Singles Bat

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

  • Shark Eden show

    Shark Eden

    Shark Eden

  • The Big Fence show

    The Big Fence

    Agent Robert Nicholaus chases fence jumpers by bicycle.

  • Night operation show

    Night operation

    Night operation

  • Dad's Old Car show

    Dad's Old Car

    The Building Wild team tackle a special project for this cabin- a 17 foot car.