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National Geographic

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  • Kamchatka show

    Kamchatka

    Kamchatka

    (02:37)
  • 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)
  • Costa Rica show

    Costa Rica

    Costa Rica

    (01:47)
  • Diving The Labyrinth show

    Diving The Labyrinth

    Diving The Labyrinth

    (02:22)
  • Diving The Labryinth show

    Diving The Labryinth

    Diving The Labryinth

    (02:21)
  • Motion Control show

    Motion Control

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

    (01:18)
  • Diving The Labyrinth show

    Diving The Labyrinth

    Diving The Labyrinth

    (02:21)
  • Dancing at a Cowboy Bar show

    Dancing at a Cowboy Bar

    We’ve never danced with ladies before. But a cowboy bar was great fun.

    (01:33)
  • 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)
  • Road Trip to Yellowstone show

    Road Trip to Yellowstone

    Tanya is taking us to visit Yellow Stone Park. She says we must drive for over two hours along a road that goes high into the...

    (02:33)
  • Space Food show

    Space Food

    The process of making food for the ISS astronauts starts at the grocery store, but ends in a laboratory.

    (01:36)
  • Innovation on the ISS show

    Innovation on the ISS

    The research taking place on the International Space Station is providing valuable information and breakthroughs for life on...

    (01:47)
  • 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)
  • Changing Earth show

    Changing Earth

    Over the years, ISS astronauts have had a rare opportunity to witness climate change on Earth from space.

    (01:37)
  • Soyuz Launch show

    Soyuz Launch

    The astronauts take off aboard the Soyuz rocket on the launch to the International Space Station.

    (01:48)
  • Building the ISS show

    Building the ISS

    The United States and Russia worked side by side to develop and create the ISS.

    (02:04)
  • Make it Rain show

    Make it Rain

    Kal Penn discusses how we can make it rain with jets.

    (03:49)
  • First Line of Defense show

    First Line of Defense

    Kal Penn discusses the labs where the effects of diseases are investigated.

    (03:05)