National Geographic Specials - Grand Canyon
It hosts nearly 5 million tourists a year, but visitors see only a tiny fraction of the Grand Canyon's true beauty. Join a rare scientific expedition to explore the canyon's geological history, and the many plants and unique creatures that flourish in this area.
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In northern BC and Alberta, there has been an explosion in resource extraction activities, with mega-projects like the Site C dam, hydro-fracked shale gas wells, a nuclear power plant and the...
Monster Quake: Are We Next?
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The Hollow Tree
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Dogs With Jobs
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KONELINE Our Land Beautiful
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In this exploration of Australia’s spectacular coastline, host Neil Oliver is joined by a team of local experts who will dig deep into its archaeology, geography and marine life.