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National Geographic Channel

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  • Born To Move show

    Born To Move

    A snippet taken from Born To Move, the first episode of the brand new series Great Migrations.

    (01:02)
  • Need To Breed show

    Need To Breed

    Need To Breed, the second episode of the brand new series Great Migrations.

    (01:19)
  • Race To Survive show

    Race To Survive

    Race To Survive footage follows some of the trillions of creatures which migrate to feed, breed and stay alive. Part of the bra...

    (01:13)
  • Ostrich Dance show

    Ostrich Dance

    As testosterone levels rise, the male animals show off their dancing skills.

    (01:22)
  • The Hunt show

    The Hunt

    A female zebra chases away a cheetah to protect her young.

    (01:10)
  • Perpetual Motion show

    Perpetual Motion

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

    (02:25)
  • Struggling to Mate show

    Struggling to Mate

    Species upon species converge in the Falkland Islands to end their migratory journeys in mating and birth.

    (02:15)
  • Moving in Masses show

    Moving in Masses

    A zebra foal and his father catch up with the herd on its way back to the rich green lands of the delta.

    (01:43)
  • 24-Hour Lifecycle show

    24-Hour Lifecycle

    The mayfly is born, lives through middle-age, and then dies. All in the same day.

    (02:41)
  • Science of Migration show

    Science of Migration

    The Inside Story of the science behind Migrations.

    (01:08)
  • Growing Up Butterfly show

    Growing Up Butterfly

    Witness the lifecycle of a monarch butterfly - from egg to pupa to adult.

    (03:00)
  • Monarch Mating show

    Monarch Mating

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

    (02:13)