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Supervolcanoes

Supervolcanoes
In 1971 heavy rain fell across much of East Nebraska. In the summer paleontologist Mike Voorhies traveled to the farmland around the Midwest town of Orchard. What he was to discover exceeded his wildest dreams. It was a sight of sudden prehistoric disaster. Voorhies’ digging revealed the bones of 200 fossilized rhinos together with the prehistoric skeletons of camels, lizards, horses and turtles.... 
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How Animals Do That

How Animals Do That
Produced in association with the Discovery Channel, this documentary has assembled some of the most fascinating facts now known about the animals on this planet. The film footage is fabulous, and the explanatory graphics help us understand how the survival mechanisms of certain animals work. Starting with the harsh temperatures of the Arctic winter, we see how polar bears endure the climate with their... 
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The Lost World of Lake Vostok

The Lost World of Lake Vostok
It sometimes seems as if our planet has no secrets left – but deep beneath the great Antarctic ice sheet scientists have made an astonishing discovery. They’ve found one of the largest lakes in the world. It’s very existence defies belief. Scientists are desperate to get into the lake because its extreme environment may be home to unique flora and fauna, never seen before, and NASA are excited... 
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Louis Theroux’s African Hunting Holiday

Louis Theroux’s African Hunting Holiday
Louis Theroux journeys to the centre of the controversial South African hunting industry. It’s big business, attracting thousands of holiday hunters annually. Keeping wild animals fenced in on farms has made it cheaper and easier to hunt than ever before, but Louis discovers that this industry, instead of endangering species, has actually increased animal numbers. Staying at a safari hunting lodge,... 
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How Earth Made Us

How Earth Made Us
The incredible story of the natural forces that have shaped our history presented by Professor Iain Stewart. Our planet has amazing power, and yet that’s rarely mentioned in our history books. This series tells the story of how the Earth has influenced human history, from the dawn of civilization to the modern industrial age. It reveals for the first time on television how geology, geography and... 
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The Emotional World of Farm Animals

The Emotional World of Farm Animals
The Emotional World of Farm Animals is a delightful documentary for viewers of all ages about the thinking and feeling side of animals that are all too often just viewed as food. Jefferey Masson, author of When Elephants Weep and Dogs Never Lie About Love, leads viewers through the personal journey he underwent while writing his latest book, The Pig Who Sang to The Moon. This journey into the sentient,... 
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Weird Nature

Weird Nature
This BBC/DISCOVERY series reveals some of the strangest behaviour in the animal world. In a series of action-packed sequences, tyres fall from a truck and disturb salamanders, which turn into living wheels. Mexican jumping beans spring to life and take over a toy store. Fulmars use projectile vomit to attack a climber. Hagfish slime their way out of a fishing boat by turning water into mucus soup. A... 
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The Marvels of Madagascar

The Marvels of Madagascar
Discover the unique cultures, places, landscapes and critters that make Madagascar one of the most marvelous places on earth! Aussie Adventurer and Award-winning Newsman, Greg Graingers passion for exciting destinations has led him to film activities as diverse as sky burials in Tibet to Shark riding in Tahiti. His films are fast-paced and exciting, offering viewers a dynamic experience that will keep... 
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