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  • Ancient Equinox show

    Ancient Equinox

    Bryan Penprase discusses the locations of the ancient equinoxes in Casa Rinconada.

    (00:45)
  • Body lice show

    Body lice

    Mike tries to avoid catching body lice by washing his clothes by the Ganges.

    (03:09)
  • The Ganges at Varanasi show

    The Ganges at Varanasi

    The sacred waterway is used as a swimming pool, laundry, bathroom and rubbish tip. It's so heavily polluted at Varanasi that...

    (03:12)
  • Sacred cows and macaque monkeys show

    Sacred cows and macaque monkeys

    Cows may be sacred in India but they are responsible for spreading the single most deadly infectious disease known to...

    (03:13)
  • 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)
  • The Vietnamese centipede and rove-beetle show

    The Vietnamese centipede and rove-beetle

    It’s one of the nastiest bugs Mike's hunted so far – with an agonising and toxic bite that can send your body into major...

    (04:32)
  • The deadly Malayan krait show

    The deadly Malayan krait

    On a piece of parkland, very close to Hanoi, Mike's on the hunt for the Malayan krait. This snake's venom is ten times more...

    (03:11)
  • Rats and killer fleas show

    Rats and killer fleas

    Mike buys a rat trap in Metal Street to catch a rat to catch a flea, the source of a deadly disease thought to be in the past....

    (03:10)
  • 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)
  • The legendary piranha show

    The legendary piranha

    Using himself as bait, Mike finds out how much piranha are attracted to human flesh.

    (03:10)
  • Deadly caterpillars and Manaus show

    Deadly caterpillars and Manaus

    Deadly caterpillars leave a lasting impression on Mike Leahy as he heads towards Manaus and one of the most incredible natural...

    (03:10)
  • SawMill Sink show

    SawMill Sink

    SawMill Sink webisode from Diving the Labyrinth series on National Geographic Channel.

    (02:50)
  • The lost world show

    The lost world

    The lost world webisode from Diving the Labyrinth series on National Geographic Channel.

    (03:05)
  • Diving the Labyrinth show

    Diving the Labyrinth

    Diving the Labyrinth series on National Geographic Channel.

    (01:14)
  • The Chaos Starts show

    The Chaos Starts

    Without oil, what would happen to our cities? Our food? Our way of life? What would happen to us?

    (02:59)
  • A Different World show

    A Different World

    Without oil, we’ll need other energy sources, how would this impact upon our lifestyle?

    (03:00)
  • Dramatic Effects show

    Dramatic Effects

    Discover the reason why the atmosphere would change and the oceans would expand.

    (02:58)
  • Earthquakes show

    Earthquakes

    Why earthquakes are one of the deadliest problems that the Earth would face?

    (03:00)
  • Stan’s Skull show

    Stan’s Skull

    Dr. Manning begins to examine the skull of the second most complete fossil of a T. Rex ever discovered.

    (03:01)
  • The Typist show

    The Typist

    Though Area 51 was filled with rocket scientists, not many of them actually knew how to type.

    (01:37)