The Natural Kingdom Collection - Season 1

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  • Dog of the Midnight Sun
    6/5/03
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    Dog Of The Midnight Sun, is the story of an icon, the Canadian Inuit Dog; from ancient roots in the Arctic as the working sled dog of the Inuit to its confrontation with modern technological society and sadly, it's potential demise as a species.
  • Ghosts of the Rain Forest
    6/5/03
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    Wandering along a misty creek bed in northwestern British Columbia, appears a pure white bear the Tsimshian First Nation calls, the 'Ghost Of The Rain Forest'. But this ghost is real; one of the rarest animals on earth, and one of the rarest experiences in nature.
  • Mysteries in the Ice
    6/5/03
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    From the high Arctic, to the Columbia ice fields, from the Yukon's Mount Logan, to the Pacific coast, the glaciers of Canada are the planet's most diverse frozen repository of secrets, telling the tale of our past, present and future in magnificent detail.
  • Dangerous Migration
    Dangerous Migration
    Episode 23
    6/5/03
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    Numbering less than three hundred, The Northern Right Whale is the world's most endangered whale species. Every summer half the population migrates into the Bay of Fundy where, although whaling is long gone, fishing still poses a deadly threat to the future of the species.
  • Canada's Most Dangerous Animals
    6/5/03
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    In Canada, more people are killed or injured in vehicular collisions with moose than by all other wildlife species combined. In Newfoundland, where moose densities are the highest in the world, there's proof that it is indeed Canada's most dangerous animal.
  • The Place Where God Began
    6/5/03
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    The Thelon Game Sanctuary, located hundreds of kilometers north of the tree line, is a boreal oasis that should not exist. Rich with wildlife unparalleled on the Arctic barrens, it is both one of the world's oldest and largest wildlife preserves and in First Nation's legends revered as the place where God began.moreless
  • The Language of Wolves
    6/5/03
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    Three of the world's leading experts share their intimate understanding of wolf behavior. John and Mary Theberge and Michael Runtz have spent a lifetime studying wolves and in particular, wolf language. Against the magnificent natural backdrop of one of the world's greatest parks, we learn the nuances of wolf language and, in turn, perhaps better understand what they might be saying to us.moreless
  • Dance of the Sea Otter
    6/5/03
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    The sea otter's deft aquatic acrobatics are truly befitting of nature's prima ballerina. After a century of extinction on Canada's remote West Coast, the sea otter's re-introduction into the wild has forced it to share the stage with another specie that dances to a different tune.
  • Mars on Earth
    Mars on Earth
    Episode 18
    6/5/03
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    This is the story of studying Mars on Earth at Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island in the world located 500 kilometres southwest of the Magnetic North Pole. Devon Island is an analogue to Mars which has made it extremely interesting to NASA. Mars on Earth follows the largest scientific mission on Earth known as the NASA/Haughton-Mars Project. With exclusive access, we follow Dr. Pascal Lee and his team of 60 scientists in their exploration of Mars on Earth.moreless
  • The Last Wild Mustangs
    6/5/03
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    The North American west was once a wild horse dominion. In fact, as late as the 19th century, huge herds roamed the prairies alongside the buffalo. Today, only a few hundred remain wild. In captivity they literally will themselves to die. We photograph that rare sight of a wild mustang running free.moreless
  • Immortals of the Arctic
    6/5/03
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    No one has ever found a bowhead whale that died of old age. Biologists share their new research techniques as they confirm that bowhead's may live longer than 200 years. We also join Alaskan Inupiat on a traditional hunt to discover new insights about the planet's eldest statesman
  • Polar Safari
    Polar Safari
    Episode 15
    6/5/03
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    In the winter of 2001, a team of high altitude balloonists embarked on a rare and dangerous expedition over the world's largest in-land sea - the Hudson Bay. Polar Safari is an adventure across virtually uncharted territory, rarely seen at this time of year and never traversed before by balloon. Along the way, the team encounters the unique people that inhabit the surrounding land and observe spectacular wonders. The expedition's success put these fearless adventurers into the record books.moreless
  • Super Beaver: Nature's Extreme Machine
    This is the story of Nature's Extreme Machine. We study the beavior of the Beaver from Argentina to Alberta and reveal insights into the role Beavers play in a larger ecosystem.
  • Wild Tech
    Wild Tech
    Episode 13
    6/5/03
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    This the exciting story of how scientists employ cutting edge technology on land, sea and in the air, to study the natural environment in amazing and heretofore impossible ways.
  • Killer in Peril
    Killer in Peril
    Episode 12
    6/5/03
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    The Pacific coast of North America is the largest laboratory on earth where on-going studies into the state of the Killer Whale reveal startling new information about the oceans we inhabit. Killer in Peril is a sobering report on our planet's heath told from the unique perspective of an extraordinary animal.moreless
  • The Shapeshifter
    The Shapeshifter
    Episode 11
    6/5/03
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    This is the story of how the coyote - at once revered and reviled - has learned to adapt across diverse landscapes. While grizzlies and wolves narrowly missed extinction, the coyote has earned its status today as top dog.
  • The Soviet Muskox
    The Soviet Muskox
    Episode 10
    6/5/03
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    In the exotic tundra of eastern Siberia a bizarre Canadian experiment is delivering extraordinary natural and human dividends. Featuring original footage of Muskox in the Siberian Badlands, The Soviet Muskox is the epic journey of the returning Muskox and the secret world into which they were placed and includes the dramatic new discovery of the spectacular Nickolai Mammoth.moreless
  • Horizontal Everest
    Horizontal Everest
    Episode 9
    6/5/03
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    450 miles from the North Pole stands Horizontal Everest, the mountainous jewel of the remote north. It boasts the highest peaks of the Western Hemisphere, east of the Rockies. While many have climbed vertical Everest, only explorer Jerry Kobalenko has climbed Horizontal Everest. Using exclusive photography, Kobalenko shares this world of enchanted beauty as we travel over the frozen ocean for 50 hours under the midnight sun, uncovering the mysteries of the north.moreless
  • Eating Wild
    Eating Wild
    Episode 8
    6/5/03
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    Three teams, one goal: create a nutritious three-course meal using only wild foods found in the woods. At the end of the show, the three teams gather at a northern resort where they prepare and enjoy their wild meal outside. Eating Wild is 'Survivor' meets 'Emerald'. Who knew nature tasted so good?moreless
  • Animal House Secrets
    6/5/03
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    Animal House Secrets looks at an average suburban home owner from the perspective of the pet, among the other creatures who share, visit and borrow our kitchen, bedrooms and the spaces in between. From the roof to the basement, Animal House Secrets blends animal behaviour and environmental science with a sense of humour as we discover the biodiversity that thrives in our homes.moreless
  • Bear CSI
    Bear CSI
    Episode 6
    6/5/03
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    Bear CSI takes two bear experts back to the crime scene of four bear attacks to investigate what went wrong. Blending expert interviews, stock footage, reenactments and special effects with a forensic science approach, Bear CSI unravels the mystery of bear attacks and teaches new lessons of a fearsome animal.
  • Seacrhing for a Monster
    6/5/03
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    Featuring exclusive footage of a species never before filmed in the wild, Searching For A Monster chronicles an incredible four year scientific quest to find and explore one of nature's most reclusive, little-known creatures; the Greenland Shark.
  • Secrets of the Coast Wolf
    6/5/03
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    In the towering rain forests along the northern shores of the Pacific, scientists recently discovered a new subspecies of the gray wolf. Unlike its genetic kin anywhere else in the world, this wolf swims, fishes for salmon and roams great distances from island to inlet across both water and rough terrain. Secrets of the Coast Wolf blends modern science and traditional knowledge to create a fascinating portrait of a unique wolf subspecies and the pristine, fragile world they inhabit.moreless
  • Weather Bombs
    Weather Bombs
    Episode 3
    6/5/03
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    Massive in scale and scope, oceanic Weather Bombs are a new and deadly force of nature to be reckoned with. Yet, Weather Bombs remain illusive and unpredictable. They form suddenly and with little warning. Today, meteorologists scramble to understand and forecast their trajectory while the Coast Guard train elite, special teams to save countless victims. Weather Bombs blends storm science with an exhilarating and dangerous adventure on the high seas in the study of mother nature's newest destructive power.moreless
  • The Owl: Nature's Stealth Fighter
    6/5/03
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    The Owl's huge, night-piercing eyes are like a radar, constantly surveying the environment. Once Nature's Stealth Fighter focuses, its unique first strike capability allows the Owl to swoop in for the kill on swift, silent wings in the dark of night. For most, there is no defense against the Owl. Shot on film and employing the latest cinematography techniques, leading experts guide us to a greater understanding of the Owl and its place in a larger theater.moreless
  • Arctic Diamond Fever
    6/5/03
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    This is the story behind the multibillion dollar fever that has led internationally renown geologists to the most unlikely place on earth - a land package the size of Texas in the empty, remote and vast barren lands of the Artic. Fueled by the fever of the hunt for that rare and precious find and in spite of deathly obstacles, geologists began what has become the biggest staking rush in world history. This is the search for the oldest, hardest, and most valuable gem in the worldmoreless