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MOST VIEWED VIDEOS

  • Field Trip Oakland Zoo with Lynn Rothschild show

    Field Trip Oakland Zoo with Lynn Rothschild

    Lynn Rothschild takes us on a field trip to the Oakland Zoo to discuss the diversity of life on our planet and potentially in...

    (06:44)
  • The Lucky Ones show

    The Lucky Ones

    Young Fur Seals must quickly adapt to survive on the rocky beach.

    (01:09)
  • Decapitated show

    Decapitated

    Was the mysterious headless body executed or sacraficed? The clue is in the burial.

    (02:59)
  • Super Storm show

    Super Storm

    Super Storm

    (00:29)
  • How to Film Insects show

    How to Film Insects

    Martin talks about filming in the jungle with delicate equipment.

    (01:32)
  • Reborn show

    Reborn

    Seasons dramatically transform the Nordic landscape.

    (03:00)
  • Prison Love show

    Prison Love

    Can women change sexual preference based on circumstances? For this couple, prison defined their preferences.

    (02:56)
  • The Y2K Scare show

    The Y2K Scare

    As the dawn of a new millennium approaches, a computer design flaw puts the nation on high alert that the world is, possibly,...

    (02:18)
  • Big mamma show

    Big mamma

    It's the biggest Great White they've seen so far… and she's a much coveted female but will she take the bait?

    (03:44)
  • Relic of the Ice Age show

    Relic of the Ice Age

    The saiga antelope live on the steppe in Russia.

    (01:08)
  • Headless show

    Headless

    A headless body is unearthed. Is there a connection between this headless body and these desert lines?

    (02:50)
  • 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)
  • Early American Dreams show

    Early American Dreams

    For some, dreams of America began at an early age.

    (03:06)
  • Collision Catastrophe show

    Collision Catastrophe

    Two cars and a pedestrian collide in this catastrophe at an intersection.

    (02:45)
  • Fantasy Lives show

    Fantasy Lives

    The “maid” café phenomenon in Tokyo is growing and now cross-dressing males are becoming waitresses.

    (02:25)
  • Interview Outtakes: Brian Williams show

    Interview Outtakes: Brian Williams

    News anchor Brian Williams shares his thoughts on nightly television news and its educated viewers.

    (02:01)
  • The Herring Run show

    The Herring Run

    The Herring run in Canada attracts animals from the coastal forest.

    (01:48)
  • Mysterious Lines show

    Mysterious Lines

    What do a Killer Whale, a Spider and a Monkey have in common?

    (02:58)
  • Rastafarianism show

    Rastafarianism

    A Rastafarian poet and reggae singer talks about the biblical and spiritual beliefs behind cannabis for rastas.

    (02:59)
  • Untwisting a Cow Storm show

    Untwisting a Cow Storm

    It takes manpower and skill to treat a cow with a twisted stomach.

    (02:55)