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National Geographic

WILDLIFE VIDEOS

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  • Tracking Mali Elephants show

    Tracking Mali Elephants

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

    (01:47)
  • Curly and Baxter show

    Curly and Baxter

    Curly and Baxter

    (03:05)
  • The Secret Forest show

    The Secret Forest

    The Secret Forest

    (02:55)
  • Millions of Crab Babies show

    Millions of Crab Babies

    Red crab larvae hatch and head for dry land, covering Christmas Island's shores in delicate little crablings.

    (02:22)
  • 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...

    (02:59)
  • Falling into a Shark show

    Falling into a Shark

    Crew member falls into the water near a great white when it tips the boat.

    (01:50)
  • Motion Control show

    Motion Control

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

    (01:18)
  • Antelope Knock Out! show

    Antelope Knock Out!

    The male kobs race to their breeding grounds in order to begin the violent battle for the right to mate.

    (02:20)
  • Fish Finder show

    Fish Finder

    Cameraman Rick Rosenthal talks about finding fish and then diving into the water to film them in a bout of chaos.

    (01:55)
  • Shark Eden show

    Shark Eden

    Shark Eden

    (01:07)
  • Shark Eden show

    Shark Eden

    Shark Eden

    (03:03)
  • 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)
  • River Wolves show

    River Wolves

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

    (00:00)
  • 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)
  • Slow Drowning show

    Slow Drowning

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

    (01:38)
  • Jungle Camera show

    Jungle Camera

    Martin talks about filming in the jungle with delicate equipment.

    (01:30)
  • Owen, Jerry, and Rocky show

    Owen, Jerry, and Rocky

    Owen, Jerry, and Rocky

    (04:15)
  • Coral Balance show

    Coral Balance

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

    (02:08)
  • Dust Storm show

    Dust Storm

    While searching for elephants, cameraman Bob Poole and his crew are encased in a massive dust storm.

    (03:01)
  • Dancing for Food show

    Dancing for Food

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

    (02:39)