National Geographic Specials - Changing Ape
Anthropologist Jill Preutz takes us deep into the fascinating world of the creatures she has studied for nine years, giving us exclusive access to not only their groundbreaking hunting skills but their other strangely human ways.
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Most of us think of sand as a necessary ingredient for any beach vacation. Yet those seemingly insignificant grains of silica surround our daily lives. Every house, skyscraper and glass building...
Space Suite I
A star dies in a supernova explosion, and curtains of light - the aurora borealis - dance before our eyes. Galaxies collide. Comets flash across the sky. The moon arcs across night’s...
The Polar Sea
Nowhere on Earth is warming as quickly as the Arctic and nowhere are the impacts as dramatic. This fascinating ten-part series follows an expedition through the legendary Northwest Passage...
How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth?
Our population is growing and could exceed 9 billion within the next four decades. With 400,000 people born every day, how many people can live on...
Thanks to the invention of spaceflight, the drive to explore is leading us upward and outward, off of our own planet and out into the solar system where a host of alien worlds offer us...
National Geographic Specials - Mastodon Death Trap
In the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, archaeologists uncover fossils of extremely well-preserved bones from mammoths, mastodons and...
Edziza: Life from Ash and Ice
Mount Edziza is a complex of fifty volcanoes in northwestern BC with over eight million years of history erupting under glacial ice.
Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World
Director Charles Wilkinson’s film explores the breathtakingly beautiful archipelago off BC’s northwest coast - home to a dedicated community uniting to...