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    Prehistoric Predators

    Prehistoric Predators

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    National Geographic
    Prehistoric Predators is a nature documentary TV series developed by National Geographic that looks at some of the more dangerous killers the world had ever seen, except their glory was over millions of years ago. Before humans became a top member in the food chain, these ancient predators were more than of the dinosaur variety with monsters in the form of wild pigs, tigers, bears, wolves, and even birds. With striking CGI and animation, watch the Entelodont, one of the ugliest creatures ever, as this pig-like hunter took down the camel-like Poebrotherium wilsoni with its powerful jaws earning its nickname the Hell Pig. The short-faced bulldog bear had been one of the most intimidating meat-eaters in North America, using its monstrous thirteen feet height to take down the equally dangerous Dire Wolves, which was the largest canid to ever live. From Hyaenodons with razor sharp jaws to the ferocious Terror Birds to the giant 50-ton shark-like Megalodon, Prehistoric Predators brings back these prehistoric killers to relive their hunting glory.moreless
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    NBC News Presents Future Earth

    NBC News Presents Future Earth

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    NBC
    NBC News Presents Future Earth is a documentary from NBC that takes a closer look at our natural resources and their shortages in the next two decades. This four-part ÒFuture EarthÓ series, which includes Ô100 Heartbeats' hosted by world renown wildlife expert Jeff Corwin; ÔFuture Earth 2025' that investigates our water supply and the natural disasters that might be related to our crisis; ÔAddicted to Power' which seeks to answer the question of which fuel will be our choice, nuclear, hydrogen, wind, solar and all the other possibilities; and ÔJourney to the End of the Eath' which sets anchor on an international expedition to look at our climate machine, the North pole and why its melting. According to scientific studies, a distinct species of plant or animal throughout the world becomes extinct every twenty minutes and at that current rate, it is estimated that only half of the species alive today will have survived by the end of the twenty-first century. Experts from around the world share their perspectives as to what our possibilities are and the solutions that just may save us from more disasters.moreless
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    Earth Wonders

    Earth Wonders

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    Travel Channel
    Earth Wonders is a new series featured on the Travel Channel to showcase the best spots that nature has to offer. The show travels across the country to show viewers the most beautiful spots in America including Niagara Falls, Glacier Bay and the Grand Canyon. They also travel to the many National Parks located in the United States like Yellowstone, Yosemite and the Redwood National Parks. The show continues the journey as they travel around the world to find the best of the best. They make stops at the magnificent Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the Namib Desert in Africa, the Amazon River and Angel Falls in South America and Iceland and Norway in Europe. They also produce special shows that rate these fantastic sites like the Seven Wonders of the World, the Seven Wonders of the United States and the Ten Wonders of the West. Each show is sixty minutes long and gives viewers that chance to see the most amazing spots on the planet in a way like never before.moreless
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    Mad Man of the Sea

    Mad Man of the Sea

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    Animal Planet
    Mad Man of the Sea is the fishing adventure series from Animal Planet where Matt Watson viewers through his extreme fishing trips. Would you jump from a helicopter to take on a huge marlin? How does feeding a 300-pound tuna by hand sound? To Matt Watson, this is his daily life. At 25 Matt left his roofing business to chase his dream of going pro at fishing. He moved to a sport-fishing mecca, the Bay of Islands, and quickly became known as an outstanding captain and extraordinary fisherman. That wasn't enough, and he decided that people needed to see what he sees on the deep seas, so he wrangled up a camera crew to come with him on his adventures. The daredevil fisherman from New Zealand takes us along as he searches for the toughest fish in the world. Looking for creatures of the sea with flesh-ripping teeth and skull-crushing jaws, Matt heads out to fish from vehicles of all kinds, dinghies, jet-skis, even a helicopter! From shark attacks to fish so strong they break the rod, you never know what Matt and his crew will encounter. The show follows Matt on his fishing adventures back to 2005, and he is accompanied by his underwater cameraman Graham and his mates Leigh and Kerren. Join Matt and his crew as they prove why he is called the Mad Man of the Sea.moreless
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    American Experience: Dinosaur Wars

    American Experience: Dinosaur Wars

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    This installment of "American Experience" tells the story of two 19th-century scientists whose work in the American West circa 1870 laid the foundation for the fledgling field of paleontology and uncovered more than 130 species of dinosaurs. But although the two men -- O.C. Marsh and Edward Cope -- put American science on the world map, they were bitter rivals whose legacy remains tainted by power struggles and sabotage.moreless
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    Swamp Wars

    Swamp Wars

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    Animal Planet
    Miami is a vacationer's paradise with its beautiful beaches, myriad of outdoor activities and sizzling nightlife. Yet, the city is situated in the center of a giant swamp making it a Garden of Eden for snakes and other overgrown reptiles - many not native to the area. Snakes are everywhere, and the potential for a snake to strike is at an all-time high. One hundred percent of backyards in Miami and throughout South Florida have snakes; you just can't always see them. Not to mention, dangerous alligators, aggressive iguanas and Africanized bees. Animal Planet takes to the front lines of this daily combat in SWAMP WARS introducing the only team with the fearlessness and knowledge to battle these vicious and often venomous creatures - Venom One. The Venom One team is an elite group of specially trained fire fighter/paramedics within Miami-Dade Fire Rescue. It's the only emergency response team of its kind, and it currently holds the largest and only anti-venom bank available for public use in the United States. SWAMP WARS follows the intensity and urgency of their daily clash with nature as this courageous team takes down killer snakes, rushes against the clock to deliver anti-venoms and ultimately saves lives.moreless
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    American Experience: Panama Canal

    American Experience: Panama Canal

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    Finished in 1914, the 48-mile Panama Canal revolutionized the shipping industry by creating a shortcut for vessels headed from one coast of North America to the other. This documentary chronicles the struggle in creating this engineering marvel. Using archival footage and first-hand accounts, this "American Experience" program shows how the canal was built over 10 years -- and how more than 5,000 people lost their lives in the process.moreless
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    Dino Stampede

    Dino Stampede

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    Smithsonian Channel
    Experts examine a 100-million-year-old excavation site that contains hundreds of dinosaur tracks, in what is believed to be the only record of a dinosaur stampede ever found. The question now remains: what made these dinosaurs run?moreless
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    Asia's Deadliest Snakes

    Asia's Deadliest Snakes

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    Smithsonian Channel
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    Titanoboa: Monster Snake

    Titanoboa: Monster Snake

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    Smithsonian Channel
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    America's Cutest Dog

    America's Cutest Dog

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    Animal Planet
    Meet the owners that have raised some of the cutest dogs in America and get to know exactly what makes these dogs so cute!
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    Nature's Edge

    Nature's Edge

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    ABC News
    Nature's Edge is a television news program from ABC News, hosted by Bill Blakemore. Blakemore, a member of ABC News since 1970, is a respected news correspondent. He reported from Ground Zero of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 and covered Pope John Paul II's entire 27-year papacy as well as most major wars. Bringing his experience to Nature's Edge, Blakemore spearheads the news division's global warming stories with Nature's Edge and its focus on both humanity's effect on nature and the powerful forces of global warming. The show also uncovers the latest findings and discoveries that may lead to solutions for saving the planet and ensuring its sustainability for future generations. Notable segments include Jane Goodall's take on man versus the elements, why Pluto is not a planet and how a man used climate science medicine to survive a battle with cancer. Viewers will also discover what a "pingo" is, why some flowers are red and why climate is a women's issue.moreless
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    Inside the Newsroom

    Inside the Newsroom

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    ABC News
    From forest fires to political announcements, we bring you the latest headlines that affect you and the world around you. Straight from the newsroom -- the latest headlines and developments from ABC News.moreless
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    Now You Know

    Now You Know

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    ABC News
    ABC News NOW presents: Now You Know.
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    The ED Show

    The ED Show

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    MSNBC
    This hour-long weeknight news and commentary program is hosted by Ed Schultz.
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    Mighty Ships

    Mighty Ships

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    Smithsonian Channel
    Learn all of the in's and out's of the world's strongest ships as they go on some of the the most challenging, dangerous jobs a working boat will ever face.
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    SciQ

    SciQ

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    Smithsonian Channel
    SciQ's teen hosts Paula and Andrew leave the classroom behind and get hands-on experience as they explore the world of science and technology in this Smithsonian Channel educational series.
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    Your World

    Your World

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    FOX News Channel
    Your World is a daily business program that airs on the Fox News Channel and is hosted by commentator and journalist Neil Cavuto. Originally called the Cavuto Business Report when it debuted with Fox in 1996, the show covers the stock market movements of the day along with business news, political commentary and wide-ranging interviews usually related to business. Regular guests on Your World include Jack Welch, the former CEO of General Electric and Ben Stein, TV personality and pitchman. Forbes magazine editor-in-chief Steve Forbes appears regularly on the show's Forbes on Fox segment and superstar banking analyst Meredith Whitney appears as a rotating guest analyst. Cavuto's caustic wit and staunch conservatism earns plaudits from fans and derision from his critics. He's earned five Cable Ace nominations and won best business interviewer awards from the Wall Street Journal many times, including four years in a row. The non-profit liberal watchdog group Media Matters, however, has claimed many instances of Cavuto's apparent inaccuracies and misinformation. Your World airs on Fox News every weekday at 4PM ET.moreless
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    THIRTEEN Specials

    THIRTEEN Specials

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    Thirteen/WNET New York
    Watch THIRTEEN Specials for the best short series and specials made here at THIRTEEN, New York's flagship PBS station.
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    My Green House

    My Green House

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    Live Well
    My Green House is a reality television series from the Live Well HD Network hosted by Andrew Misle, Jesse Lipscombe, Kailin See, Shannon Strumecki, and Travis Milne, five enthusiastic environmentalists who travel the country and show homeowners and viewers some easy tips and tricks for weather-proofing your home and reducing your carbon footprint. The Eco Movement has come a long ways in the past few years, and some hugely significant developments have occurred in home technology that many people my not be aware exist. These passionate friends talk to homeowners and share their tips on easy improvements you can make to your home that are not only aesthetically appealing, but they'll help save the environment and at the same time lower your gas and heating bills. These improvements range from the remarkably simple, like changing your light bulbs or buying an inexpensive push mower for you lawn, to the bigger changes like investing in a solar water heater or an energy-efficient furnace. Whatever their advice is, you can be sure that it will make your home not only more environmentally friendly, but it will save you money in the long run.moreless
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