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Escape into the wild with this stunning collection of National Geographic's award-winning nature and wildlife specials that captures never-before-seen moments of our planet's most magnificent creatures and places.

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Escape into the wild with this stunning collection of National Geographic's award-winning nature and wildlife specials that captures never-before-seen moments of our planet's most magnificent creatures and places.

    • EPISODE 1

    Eden At the End of the World

    At the bottom of South America, where the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans collide, is Patagonia, one of the last great wild Edens on Earth. Journey to this breathtaking subantarctic region and its crown jewel-Tierra del Fuego-a beautifully desolate island at its most southern tip. With stunning footage, National Geographic offers a wondrous glimpse into the pristine haven that is Patagonia.

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    • 55 Minutes

    At the bottom of South America, where the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans collide, is Patagonia, one of the last great wild Edens on Earth. Journey to this breathtaking subantarctic region and its crown jewel-Tierra del Fuego-a beautifully desolate island at its most southern tip. With stunning footage, National Geographic offers a wondrous glimpse into the pristine haven that is Patagonia.

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    • 55 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    Gorilla Murders

    National Geographic Explorer investigates the execution-style murder of six mountain gorillas in Virunga National Park. Their search reveals corruption and how Virunga has become one of the most dangerous places on earth.

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    • 50 Minutes

    National Geographic Explorer investigates the execution-style murder of six mountain gorillas in Virunga National Park. Their search reveals corruption and how Virunga has become one of the most dangerous places on earth.

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    • 50 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    Rhino Rescue

    From award-winning filmmakers Beverly and Dereck Joubert, comes the unbelievable story of the black rhino and those who are fighting to save the last of these amazing creatures. Infuriated and desperate after witnessing poachers kill the last black Rhino in Botswana, the Jouberts enlisted the help of the Botswana Defense Force and began a massive relocation effort. After years of hard work, a small population of black rhinos is now thriving in Botswana.

    National Geographic's Rhino Rescue brings to life the incredible story of the black rhinos' rise from extinction.

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    • 46 Minutes

    From award-winning filmmakers Beverly and Dereck Joubert, comes the unbelievable story of the black rhino and those who are fighting to save the last of these amazing creatures. Infuriated and desperate after witnessing poachers kill the last black Rhino in Botswana, the Jouberts enlisted the help of the Botswana Defense Force and began a massive relocation effort. After years of hard work, a small population of black rhinos is now thriving in Botswana.

    National Geographic's Rhino Rescue brings to life the incredible story of the black rhinos' rise from extinction.

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    • 46 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    Africa's Lost Eden

    It was once known as "the place where Noah left his Ark": 1,500 square miles of lush floodplains in central Mozambique, packed with wild animals. But 15 years of civil war has taken a heavy toll-and many species have been almost completely wiped out. Journey with National Geographic to Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park and discover what is being done to bring this African oasis back to its former glory.

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    • 50 Minutes

    It was once known as "the place where Noah left his Ark": 1,500 square miles of lush floodplains in central Mozambique, packed with wild animals. But 15 years of civil war has taken a heavy toll-and many species have been almost completely wiped out. Journey with National Geographic to Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park and discover what is being done to bring this African oasis back to its former glory.

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    • 50 Minutes
    • EPISODE 5

    Big Sur: Wild California

    National Geographic presents a comprehensive view of the spectacular California coastal area known as Big Sur. Fly with the California condors and capture the panoramic view of Big Sur's many topside layers. Dive with California's sea otters to investigate life below the waves. Then, follow the stealthy mountain lions and see how the scavengers, the key-stone species and this top predator are all critical contributors to Big Sur's unique habitat.

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    • 50 Minutes

    National Geographic presents a comprehensive view of the spectacular California coastal area known as Big Sur. Fly with the California condors and capture the panoramic view of Big Sur's many topside layers. Dive with California's sea otters to investigate life below the waves. Then, follow the stealthy mountain lions and see how the scavengers, the key-stone species and this top predator are all critical contributors to Big Sur's unique habitat.

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    • 50 Minutes
    • EPISODE 6

    Drain the Ocean

    Three-quarters of Earth is an alien world, lying beneath the surface of the oceans. And although it encompasses over half of the world's species, we know more about the surface of Mars than the bottom of the ocean. It's only recently that science has penetrated this world, revealing extraordinary life forms and vast sweeping landscapes on a scale that defies imagination.

    If we could remove the water, what would we see? Using CGI animation, based on the latest scientific research, Drain the Ocean explores one of Earth's last great frontiers as never before-revealing unimaginable landscapes more dramatic than anything on dry land.

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    • 1 Hour 27 Minutes

    Three-quarters of Earth is an alien world, lying beneath the surface of the oceans. And although it encompasses over half of the world's species, we know more about the surface of Mars than the bottom of the ocean. It's only recently that science has penetrated this world, revealing extraordinary life forms and vast sweeping landscapes on a scale that defies imagination.

    If we could remove the water, what would we see? Using CGI animation, based on the latest scientific research, Drain the Ocean explores one of Earth's last great frontiers as never before-revealing unimaginable landscapes more dramatic than anything on dry land.

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    • 1 Hour 27 Minutes
    • EPISODE 7

    Climbing Redwood Giants

    They are giants-stretching more than 300 feet above the ground, with hidden gardens and mysterious predators thriving within their canopy. Climber Steve Sillett investigates their monster crowns while escaping crashing trees in the process. Down below, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Mike Fay charts the redwood range to size up the past and future of these primeval trees.

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    • 46 Minutes

    They are giants-stretching more than 300 feet above the ground, with hidden gardens and mysterious predators thriving within their canopy. Climber Steve Sillett investigates their monster crowns while escaping crashing trees in the process. Down below, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Mike Fay charts the redwood range to size up the past and future of these primeval trees.

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    • 46 Minutes
    • EPISODE 8

    The Rise of the Black Wolf

    Follow the journey of a rebel named Black Wolf who breaks from his pack and survives to be one of the oldest wolves in Yellowstone. He'll travel paved roads most wolves avoid at all costs as he ventures out to mate with a rival pack's females. At nearly twice the age most wolves reach, Black Wolf's unorthodox lifestyle likely means he has more pups than any wolf in Yellowstone.

    National Geographic cameras capture the action when he finally achieves alpha male status in his own pack.

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    • 46 Minutes

    Follow the journey of a rebel named Black Wolf who breaks from his pack and survives to be one of the oldest wolves in Yellowstone. He'll travel paved roads most wolves avoid at all costs as he ventures out to mate with a rival pack's females. At nearly twice the age most wolves reach, Black Wolf's unorthodox lifestyle likely means he has more pups than any wolf in Yellowstone.

    National Geographic cameras capture the action when he finally achieves alpha male status in his own pack.

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    • 46 Minutes
    • EPISODE 9

    American Serengeti

    America's Great Plains were once a vibrant grassland ecosystem, akin to the great savannahs of Africa. Here, a mere 200 years ago, Lewis and Clark stepped onto this fertile landscape and were awestruck by what they saw-herds of bison, packs of wolves, grizzly bears, prairie dogs and more. Since Lewis and Clark's time, many of these iconic prairie creatures have all but disappeared.

    Now, one of the most ambitious conservation projects in American history is underway to create a thriving three million acre wildlife reserve that will restore "America's Serengeti." Filmed over 2 years in stunning high-definition, American Serengeti chronicles the massive restoration project and, through CGI, will fast forward to the future when vast herds of American wildlife will roam the plains once again. Narrated by Tom Selleck.

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    • 50 Minutes

    America's Great Plains were once a vibrant grassland ecosystem, akin to the great savannahs of Africa. Here, a mere 200 years ago, Lewis and Clark stepped onto this fertile landscape and were awestruck by what they saw-herds of bison, packs of wolves, grizzly bears, prairie dogs and more. Since Lewis and Clark's time, many of these iconic prairie creatures have all but disappeared.

    Now, one of the most ambitious conservation projects in American history is underway to create a thriving three million acre wildlife reserve that will restore "America's Serengeti." Filmed over 2 years in stunning high-definition, American Serengeti chronicles the massive restoration project and, through CGI, will fast forward to the future when vast herds of American wildlife will roam the plains once again. Narrated by Tom Selleck.

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    • 50 Minutes
    • EPISODE 10

    Superpride

    The Serengeti in northern Tanzania is one of the world's last great wildlife refuges, teeming with crocs, leopards, cheetahs, and one of the biggest lion populations in Africa-with approximately 3,500 lions in 300 prides. But one pride looms large in the Serengeti kingdom: a single dynasty ruling the plains to which hundreds of lions trace their roots. Experience the Serengeti through their eyes and discover how this pride is exploding in size.

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    • 45 Minutes

    The Serengeti in northern Tanzania is one of the world's last great wildlife refuges, teeming with crocs, leopards, cheetahs, and one of the biggest lion populations in Africa-with approximately 3,500 lions in 300 prides. But one pride looms large in the Serengeti kingdom: a single dynasty ruling the plains to which hundreds of lions trace their roots. Experience the Serengeti through their eyes and discover how this pride is exploding in size.

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    • 45 Minutes
    • EPISODE 11

    World's Biggest Cave

    More than three times the height of Niagara Falls, much of Vietnam's Mountain River Cave has remained untouched by humans. With exclusive footage, National Geographic reveals, for the first time in history, astounding evidence that this could be the largest cave in the world. Together with renowned expedition leader Howard Limbert, cave geologist Darryl Granger uncovers the formula for how the cave grew so grand. And international zoologist Anette Becher identifies unique underground species that evolved there. Finally, the team climbs to the cave's ceiling. Will their readings help confirm that they have just ascended to the top of the World's Biggest Cave?

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    • 45 Minutes

    More than three times the height of Niagara Falls, much of Vietnam's Mountain River Cave has remained untouched by humans. With exclusive footage, National Geographic reveals, for the first time in history, astounding evidence that this could be the largest cave in the world. Together with renowned expedition leader Howard Limbert, cave geologist Darryl Granger uncovers the formula for how the cave grew so grand. And international zoologist Anette Becher identifies unique underground species that evolved there. Finally, the team climbs to the cave's ceiling. Will their readings help confirm that they have just ascended to the top of the World's Biggest Cave?

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    • 45 Minutes
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