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  • The Secret Forest Amur Tigers show

    The Secret Forest Amur Tigers

    Among the most critically endangered animals in the world - It’s thought about four hundred Amur Tigers remain in the wild....

    (03:10)
  • Mars_MOBI02 show

    Mars_MOBI02

    NASA has been exploring the surface of Mars with two robots to discover its secrets.

    (03:14)
  • The Genographic project in New York show

    The Genographic project in New York

    Geneticist Spencer Wells and his team are attempting to retrace humanity's journey to all corners of the earth on this single...

    (03:12)
  • Star Talk: Chris Hadfield (Condensed Version) show

    Star Talk: Chris Hadfield (Condensed Version)

    Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews astronaut Chris Hadfield and discusses social media in space with studio guests Eugene Mirman...

    (11:06)
  • Rome To Tobruk show

    Rome To Tobruk

    Tensions are eased on the ferry from Sicily to Tunisia, where the group pay a visit to the original Star Wars set. And...

    (03:54)
  • Spur-Thighed Tortoise Courtship show

    Spur-Thighed Tortoise Courtship

    Through April and May males build up their stamina for the mating season. Courtship happens in stages. First, pursuit. And...

    (00:35)
  • Andrew McGongile show

    Andrew McGongile

    Andrew McGonigle - Rolex Awards For Enterprise 2008

    (00:59)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_ppc show

    NeptuneAndUranus_ppc

    Neptune and Uranus are two gas giant planets in our Solar System; Uranus calm, Neptune wild and mysterious.

    (01:50)
  • Bat caves and cockroaches show

    Bat caves and cockroaches

    Mike visits the Gomantong Caves in Borneo, full of a million bats and a hundred foot pile of bat faeces. The place is crawling...

    (03:12)
  • Worms and rabies show

    Worms and rabies

    Dr Mike Leahy can't stress enough, the importance of washing fruit and vegetables if you want to avoid unsavoury diseases such...

    (03:10)
  • Memory Champion show

    Memory Champion

    Memory maps are this man’s secret to memorizing long series of numbers.

    (03:04)
  • Crash Through Steel show

    Crash Through Steel

    Richard and Jonny demonstrate the power of water by waterskiing barefoot and watching a water-propelled machine cut through steel.

    (03:26)
  • Parasites and leeches show

    Parasites and leeches

    Mike goes in search of a nasty tummy bug in the Vietnamese countryside but gets more than he bargained for, when he meets a...

    (03:12)
  • Breakthrough Teaser show

    Breakthrough Teaser

    Take a first look at National Geographic’s next revolutionary scientific event: Breakthrough.

    (00:32)
  • Kenya To Rwanda show

    Kenya To Rwanda

    After an unforgettable plane ride over Kenya, the boys meet former child soldiers at a UNICEF site, then encounter a family of...

    (02:09)
  • Day 1 show

    Day 1

    What would happen if the earth stops spinning?

    (03:03)
  • Cakes of Deception show

    Cakes of Deception

    More expensive means better, right? Not necessarily, but our brains tend to think so. In this experiment, we’re going to...

    (02:59)
  • Maria Konovalenko on the Future of Aging show

    Maria Konovalenko on the Future of Aging

    Maria Konovalenko discusses the ways that science has already discovered how to reduce the impact of aging.

    (01:02)
  • Siberia Ants show

    Siberia Ants

    Worldwide, ants are so numerous their total weight is almost as much as the human population. A force to reckon with. Workers...

    (02:59)
  • Unique Individuals show

    Unique Individuals

    We're about to mess with the way you see the world, and put your perception to the test.

    (00:23)