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|1||Closed CaptioningVideoExpedition Grizzly||Taller than Shaquille O'Neal, he could kill a human with a single swipe of his paw. He is an 800-pound grizzly bear named Brutus, and the curious companion to renowned naturalist Casey Anderson, who has raised him since birth. Casey has dedicated himself to wildlife preservation and takes a daring approach to understanding grizzlies' every move-living among them and observing their behaviors, and even tasting some of their favorite foods. Together, they set out on a year-long mission to chronicle the lives of Yellowstone's vulnerable grizzly bears-mysterious beasts that have elicited fear and respect among humans through the ages. Filmed in stunning HD in some of Yellowstone's most treacherous and remote terrain, their unique story is an awe-inspiring glimpse deep inside the grizzlies' wilderness.||45:59||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoAfrica's Deadly Dozen||Africa's wild spaces host an incredible array of creatures who engage in a daily ballet of life and death. Among this myriad of species is an elite group of twelve known for their deadly proficiency. From the arid Saharan deserts to the lush plains to the Nile River, the National Geographic Channel examines each creature's magnificent adaptations that have allowed them to survive and thrive over time. From scorpion to the buffalo to the lion, witness their diverse weaponry and tactics and find out why these fierce predators are considered Africa's Deadly Dozen.||44:41||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoDolphins: The Wild Side||Known for their boundless grace and playful energy, captive dolphins are always eager to please and perform. But at home in the open sea, there's another little-known side to these awe-inspiring mammals that's powerful, cunning, and ruthless. Witness as a team of dolphins coordinates a devastating attack on a massive school of fish. See the largest, most fearsome member of the dolphin family-a killer whale-that can travel as fast as 30 miles an hour underwater to capture its next victim. Observe as dolphins learn from an early age how to hydroplane through mere inches of water to catch fish. You'll be amazed to explore the secret side of these sociable yet aggressive creatures.||55:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoEternal Enemies: Lions and Hyenas||Trek into the hidden battlefields of northern Botswana where lions and spotted hyenas clash in overlapping territories. With never-before-seen footage, much of it filmed at night, you'll uncover an intense and vicious blood feud that has been waged for millennia. Follow the Southern Clan, led by a powerful hyena matriarch whose firstborn female cub kills her sister at birth to assure her succession as leader of the clan. Lurk in the shadows as a lioness from the Central Pride gives birth to three cubs and then encounters a deadly Egyptian cobra. You'll be stunned by breathtaking chase scenes as the hyena matriarch is brutally killed by a male lion, throwing the clan into chaos. Discover nature's savage conflicts in this ancient rivalry between Eternal Enemies: Lions and Hyenas.||56:40||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoPlanet Carnivore: Lions||Narrated by critically acclaimed actor Alec Baldwin, Planet Carnivore takes viewers on an intimate and powerful high-definition journey into the unique neighborhoods of some of some of most fearsome predators on the planet. The program divulges the dramatic stories of an African lioness and a great white shark and their gripping daily struggle for survival. Planet Carnivore transports you deep inside Ngorongoro, an isolated volcanic crater in East Africa formed over two million years ago. Surrounded on all sides by walls reaching 2,000 feet high, Ngorongoro seems like a stunning paradise for its inhabitants. Thirteen thousand wildebeest, zebra and buffalo graze on the 12-mile crater floor. This land is where one of the crater's oldest lionesses, Malkia, or "Queen" in Swahili, reigns over her kingdom. Planet Carnivore: Lions follows Malkia and her pride's daily struggles as they endure failed attacks on prey, fierce rivals, unexpected invaders and the powerful loss of one of their own.||49:45||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoExpedition Wild: Project Kodiak||Project Kodiak is a multipart look at North America's mightiest carnivores, featuring naturalist Casey Anderson and his grizzly bear companion Brutus. Trek to Alaska's Kodiak Island, where Casey gets knee-deep in grizzly life in order to teach Brutus the ways of his wild relatives. This population of more than 3,500 bears offers Casey a chance to witness how they catch wild salmon and feed their young. Casey then returns to Montana to see if he can teach a bear raised in captivity to fish for himself, in an aquarium designed for that purpose.||46:02||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoExpedition Wild: Yellowstone Winter||With the brutal extremes of winter looming, naturalist Casey Anderson says good-bye to his grizzly bear companion Brutus, and treks deep into Yellowstone's backcountry to experience the park like most visitors never will. Casey braves severe cold, snowstorms and dangerous animal encounters as he explores how the park's diverse wildlife prepares for a long, harsh winter. On his more than 40-mile journey, Casey tracks the notoriously elusive mountain lion and follows wild grizzlies as they hunt for food to carry them through hibernation. Casey also heads to a cutting-edge research facility where scientists are gaining new insight into the biology behind animals' seasonal changes. Here, Casey wakes a hibernating grizzly bear, holds a bear's brain in his hands, and tests his balance in a contest with bighorn sheep.||45:38||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoKeepers of the Wild||Join National Geographic and wildlife specialists as they try to protect the animal kingdom. Visit a rhinoceros sanctuary in Kenya and see how an orphaned baby rhino found a new, human family. Take a walk in the Toronto snow with a herd of elephants that was saved when their circus careers ended. And find out how a mistreated Hollywood orangutan was rescued when he was too old for the movies.||55:05||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoHidden World of the Bengal Tiger||Journey to the heart of the forests depicted in Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book for an unprecedented look at one tigress's struggle to raise her cubs and survive in the wild. National Geographic's wildlife filmmakers track Bengal tigress Lakshmi and her three tiger cubs for two full years. Follow Lakshmi as she successfully stalks and kills a spotted deer to feed her young and defends her domain against aggressive male tigers.||51:49||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoKing Cobra||Tread softly into the jungle realm of a legendary monarch-the King Cobra. Swift, strong, and surprisingly deadly, it delivers enough venom in one bite to kill a hundred people, yet it solely preys on other snakes. Its intriguing life has been a mystery...until now. Through rare and extraordinary footage, National Geographic follows the King Cobra on its journey through the rainforests of India seeking food and a mate.||54:27||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoAustralia's Kangaroos||Travel from lush rain forest to rugged outback for an up close encounter with kangaroos. Witness the amazing diversity of these remarkable creatures and see how kangaroos have evolved during 60 million years of isolation on the spectacular Australian continent. From Olympic-caliber jumping giants to gravity-defying cliff dwellers, this is the definitive look at these wonders of natural engineering known as Australia's Kangaroos.||54:35||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoGiant Bears of Kodiak Island||National Geographic and filmmaker Wolfgang Bayer present a rare look into the lives of the Kodiak bears. Journey down ancient feeding trails, up salmon-rich rivers, and into a den where a mother nurses her newborn cubs. On Alaska's Kodiak Island, about 2,700 of these larger cousins of the well-known grizzly bear thrive. But change looms on the horizon, as portions of the island open to development-causing a clash of modern and natural worlds.||51:41||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoExpedition Wild: Grizzly Encounters||Go inside the one-of-a-kind party thrown each year for Brutus, naturalist Casey Anderson's grizzly companion, as they celebrate their unique relationship and reflect on the bond they have formed over the years. Trace Brutus's growth from a cub with no home to a true movie star and ambassador for grizzlies. And, take a day-in-the-life look inside Montana Grizzly Encounter, the sanctuary where Brutus has lived since he was a cub. The sanctuary provides a home for rescued grizzlies, including Brutus' adopted siblings, Jake, Maggie and Sheena. Witness as Brutus meets them for the first time, a very delicate process.||45:50||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoPython Hunters: The Perfect Storm||The Python Hunters tackle the debate over how the Burmese pythons came to be established in the Everglades. National Geographic rides along with these expert hunters as they uncover the mystery behind how these creatures came to roam the land.||45:25||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoPython Hunters: The Big Freeze||As a cold front hits the state of Florida, the frigid temperatures kill thousands of animals of all species. The Python Hunters head out braving alligators, venomous snakes and the relentless cold to determine how the weather has affected the population of Burmese pythons.||46:10||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoPython Hunters: Everglades Under Siege||The Python Hunters perform a necropsy on a Burmese python killed by cold weather to see whether or not it was a healthy predator. Then, the hunters head to the edge of a sawgrass marsh to explore through knee-deep waters in search of pythons. National Geographic joins the team as they trek through mud and water hoping to find this magnificent snake.||45:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoBig Cat Odyssey||For 30 years, award-winning filmmakers and National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence Dereck and Beverly Joubert have been filming, photographing and documenting the behavior of big cats in Botswana. Witness the Jouberts' journey as they follow lions and leopards through Africa's harshest climatic extremes, gaining unprecedented access and catching some of the most extreme cat sequences ever filmed.||46:00||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoLeopard Queen||After filming a wild female leopard for 17 years' filmmaker John Varty reveals an extraordinary glimpse into the lives of Africa's most secretive big cats. Leopard Queen follows the life of "Manana," a wild leopard whose territory spans the Londolozi Game Reserve in South Africa. Manana is plagued by other predators that steal her kills, threaten her cubs and hold her hostage in the treetops. Yet despite the hardship of life as a female leopard, she survives for an incredible 17 years, an age few wild leopards live to see, and in the process, provides us with a greater understanding of this extraordinary species.||45:51||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoLion Warriors||On the Great Plains below Mt. Kilimanjaro in Kenya, lions attack Maasai cattle, as they have for hundreds of years. And the Maasai warriors have hunted them in return so that now only about 2,000 remain in the country. If their numbers drop any lower, their populations will not be sustainable. Now the Maasai elders and chiefs are recognizing that the threat to the lions is also a threat to their way of life, and have forbidden the warriors to hunt them. National Geographic captures firsthand the struggle of these modern-day warriors, who are reinventing their traditions to help save the lions they once prided themselves on killing.||45:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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Fail 1 rating hahaah
Love the LIONS. Wish they would do a special on Tigers the same way.
5 minutes from the ending the picture freezes and makes a weird noise. Otherwis a nice show, should be in HD.