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  • Crucial Waters
    Crucial Waters
    Episode 0430
    4/30/11
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    Award-winning Underwater Photojournalist Brian Skerry Explains How He Uses Photography To Celebrate The Sea, Bring Awareness To The Dangers That Face Our Oceans, And Inspire Change.
  • NG Live Interview: Annie Griffiths
    4/29/11
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    Go Behind The Scenes And Hear Photographer Annie Griffiths Talk About Her Career, What Inspires And Influences Her Work, And Her Most Memorable Adventures.
  • Every Day in Tuscany
    Every Day in Tuscany
    Episode 0429
    4/29/11
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    Frances Mayes, Best-selling Author Of Under The Tuscan Sun, Discusses Her Book, Every Day In Tuscany. Enjoy Her Italian Memoirs About Her Renovation Of A 13th-century House In The Mountains Above Cortona.
  • NG Live Interview: Brian Skerry
    4/29/11
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    Go Behind The Scenes And Hear Photographer Brian Skerry Talk About His Career, What Inspires And Influences His Work, And His Most Memorable Adventures.
  • Grave Secrets of Dinosaurs
    4/29/11
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    Paleontologist Phillip Manning Shares The Exciting Cold Case Of A 67-million-year-old Dinosaur--One Of The Rarest Specimens Ever Unearthed.
  • Nubian Wedding
    Nubian Wedding
    Episode 0429
    4/29/11
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    An entire Egyptian town parties the night away when a Nubian man finds a beautiful bride.
  • Adult Baby
    Adult Baby
    Episode 0429
    4/29/11
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    A California Man Finds Relaxation In Role-playing As An Infant.
  • NG Live Interview: Carsten Peter
    4/29/11
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    Go Behind The Scenes And Hear Photographer Carsten Peter Talk About His Career, What Inspires And Influences His Work, And His Most Memorable Adventures.
  • A Camera, Two Kids and a Camel
    4/29/11
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    Photographer Annie Griffiths Has Worked On Every Continent Except Antarctica. When Her Two Children Were Born, She Decided To Take Them Along For The Ride. Here, Griffiths Shares Her Portfolio Of Emotionally Rich Photographs.
  • Vietnam's Infinite Cave
    4/29/11
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    Veteran Photographer Carsten Peter Is Also An Accomplished Climber, Diver And Caver Who Has Photographed Some Of The World's Most Extreme Environments. Here He Shares Stories And Images From A Cave System In Vietnam That Might Be The World's Largest.
  • NG Live Interview: Phillip Manning
    4/29/11
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    Go Behind The Scenes And Hear Paleontologist Phillip Manning Talk About His Career And His Most Memorable Adventures.
  • Teeth Chiseling
    Teeth Chiseling
    Episode 0428
    4/28/11
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    A tribe of people in Indonesia believes a woman is more beautiful if she has her teeth chiseled into sharp points.
  • Shark Wrestling
    Shark Wrestling
    Episode 0428
    4/28/11
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    The crew finally manages to tire out a massive female and readies her for the cradle.
  • Vote Now --- 7 Billion Nominated for Webby Award
    With the worldwide population expected to exceed seven billion in 2011, National Geographic magazine offers a 7-part series examining specific challenges and solutions to the issues we face. The magazine introduces the series with its January cover story '7 Billion,' offering a broad overview of demographic trends that got us to today and will impact us all tomorrow. The first in-depth story will appear in the March issue, focusing on humans' impact on the planet's geology.moreless
  • Taboo --- New Episodes
    Taboo --- New Episodes
    Episode 0427
    4/27/11
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    New episodes of Taboo return to National Geographic Channel.
  • Taboo --- Premieres Tonight
    4/27/11
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    ew Episodes Of Taboo Return To National Geographic Channel.
  • Baiting a Bull Shark
    Baiting a Bull Shark
    Episode 0427
    4/27/11
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    The team catches its first bull shark --- over fifty feet inland!
  • Weaver Ants... on the Menu
    4/27/11
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    Mark 'Dr. Bugs' Moffett Samples The Local Delicacy In Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
  • Flying Monsters 3D
    Flying Monsters 3D
    Episode 0426
    4/26/11
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    Once the stuff of myth and legend --- and even our nightmares --- 'flying dragons' were indeed found to be real with the discovery of the first pterosaur fossils in the 19th century. 'Flying Monsters 3D' tells this story and places you in middle of the world which these soaring creatures, some the size of jet planes, dominated for a million years.moreless
  • Bronx Bathroom Duty
    Bronx Bathroom Duty
    Episode 0426
    4/26/11
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    Even The Yankee Bathrooms Need Special Care After Decades Of Use.
  • Scientists "See" Ocean Floor via Sonar
    4/26/11
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    Scientists use cameras and sonar near the U.S. Virgin Islands to 'see' the seafloor and find out how fish and other sea life use the underwater habitats, which include coral reefs and sea grasses.
  • Are We Alone?
    Are We Alone?
    Episode 0425
    4/25/11
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    While in space for an historic 132 days, astronaut Jerry Linenger was visited by the presence of his father --- but was it real or imagined?
  • Sea Kayaking: A Different Kind of Race
    4/25/11
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    Typically, sea kayakers dream of calm waters and soft tailwinds. It's preferable to navigate around waves and whirlpools. A team of young adventure kayakers redraws the sport's horizon by seeking out the sea's most turbulent places, called tidal races, and diving right in.
  • Stingray Fishing
    Stingray Fishing
    Episode 0423
    4/23/11
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    Two fishermen in South Africa manage to wrestle what turns out to be the world's largest stingray.
  • Stork vs. Mongoose
    Stork vs. Mongoose
    Episode 0423
    4/23/11
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    They might kill snakes, but what happens when a pack of mongooses encounter the largest stork in the world?
  • Life in a Day Trailer
    Life in a Day Trailer
    Episode 0421
    4/21/11
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    What happens when you send a request out to the world to chronicle, via video, a single day on Earth? You get 80,000 submissions and 4,500 hours of footage from 192 countries.
  • The Recycled Boat
    The Recycled Boat
    Episode 0421
    4/21/11
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    Find out how a boat made from entirely renewable sources is created.
  • Hazardous Migration
    Hazardous Migration
    Episode 0419
    4/19/11
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    Photographer Jonas Bendiksen shares his amazement at the casual manner of Bangladeshi migrants atop the slick, wet roof of a speeding train.
  • Young Fat Female
    Young Fat Female
    Episode 0419
    4/19/11
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    The crew gets its hands --- and tags --- on a healthy juvenile female great white.
  • Approaching Storm
    Approaching Storm
    Episode 0419
    4/19/11
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    Photographer Jonas Bendiksen describes how he 'killed' his camera in the process of capturing this image of three brick workers bracing for an incoming storm.
  • The First Landing
    The First Landing
    Episode 0419
    4/19/11
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    A new co-pilot is given his first opportunity to fly a heavy DC-4 plane --- but will he stick the landing?
  • Moving the Local Mosque
    4/19/11
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    Photographer Jonas Bendiksen describes a simple yet innovative adaptation used by people in northern Bangladesh to face the challenges of seasonal flooding and shifting land masses.
  • Tornado Destruction
    Tornado Destruction
    Episode 0418
    4/18/11
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    When a tornado touches down, it can destroy everything in its path.
  • Tornadoes 101
    Tornadoes 101
    Episode 0418
    4/18/11
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    Learn how tornadoes form... and how to get out of their way.
  • Christian Catacomb Cemeteries
    4/18/11
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    Can forensic science get close enough to prove that these sacred bones are the saints Chrysanthus and Daria?
  • Running: Ever Last
    Running: Ever Last
    Episode 0418
    4/18/11
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    Completing a marathon is a worthy item for the bucket list. Twenty-six miles is a long way to run, but for the growing number of ultra-runners, that's just a quick, post-work jaunt. They power through exercise-induced hallucinations, organ failure and some of the most remote wilderness in the Lower 48.
  • Making Your Own Room With a View
    4/15/11
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    Watch as National Geographic magazine staffers demonstrate how to create your own room-size camera obscura.
  • Protecting the Pope
    Protecting the Pope
    Episode 0415
    4/15/11
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    The Pope's security detail is always on high alert when he holds his weekly public addresses.
  • Dingo vs. Kangaroo
    Dingo vs. Kangaroo
    Episode 0414
    4/14/11
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    A dingo spots a young kangaroo, and the hunt is on.
  • Tagging a Juvenile
    Tagging a Juvenile
    Episode 0414
    4/14/11
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    Doc and the Shark Men manage to hook a juvenile --- but is it old enough to track?
  • Vampire Bat vs. Wrinkle Bat
    4/13/11
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    You've heard of dog-eat-dog --- but bat-eat-bat? You wouldn't want to be this woolly false vampire bat's cousin!
  • Snagging a Marlin
    Snagging a Marlin
    Episode 0413
    4/13/11
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    It's the last day for the mission --- can the team spear tag a marlin before the sun sets?
  • Mouse vs. Boa
    Mouse vs. Boa
    Episode 0413
    4/13/11
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    The many legs and poisonous mandibles of a millipede can't help it against the cute whiskers of a grasshopper mouse.
  • The First Grader
    The First Grader
    Episode 0412
    4/12/11
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    When the government of Kenya announces free education for all, 84-year-old Maruge shows up at his local elementary school, wanting to learn to read. Based on a true story, The First Grader reminds us it is never too late to learn, never too late to dream, and certainly never too late to make a difference. Opens in theaters May 13.moreless
  • The Art of Mugshots
    The Art of Mugshots
    Episode 0412
    4/12/11
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    One of the most famous Civil War photographers creates some of the most famous and artistic portraits of the conspirators.
  • Climbing: Safety Third
    Climbing: Safety Third
    Episode 0411
    4/11/11
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    When climbers opt to climb without a rope, they lose the luxury of learning from mistakes. Backyard inventor Matt Maddaloni has engineered a few creative solutions to make the fringe activity of free soloing 'safe.' Of course, safe is a relative term.
  • An Unsung War Hero
    An Unsung War Hero
    Episode 0411
    4/11/11
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    Meet Abby Hopper Gibbons --- a union nurse who was willing to face any struggle or hazard to do what she thought was best.
  • Shark Men - Life and Limb
    4/10/11
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    The search for shark sperm continues as Dr. Domeier pursues his quest to determine exactly where these great whites mate.
  • Shark Men - First Catch
    4/10/11
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    Find out what it takes to go head-to-head with a great white shark weighing up to 5,000 pounds and armed with 300 razor-sharp teeth.
  • Shark Men - Chasing Giants
    4/10/11
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    After tagging 11 great whites, the crew speeds off to a mysterious patch of ocean where great whites congregate and then disappear.
  • Tiger Birth
    Tiger Birth
    Episode 0408
    4/8/11
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    Shadow finally gives birth to a batch of super cute tiny tiger cubs.
  • Watch Out for Polar Bears
    4/7/11
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    The presence of polar bears near the expedition is a constant and very real threat.
  • Pronghorn Passage
    Pronghorn Passage
    Episode 0407
    4/7/11
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    Photojournalist and National Geographic Young Explorer Joe Riis hopes to inspire people to protect the Path of the Pronghorn by documenting their epic migration --- from the pronghorn's perspective.
  • River Sharks of Corcovado
    4/7/11
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    Ben Horton was awarded the first-ever National Geographic Young Explorers Grant for work he did to expose the issue of shark poaching on Cocos Island. Ben uses his advanced outdoor skills to tell the stories of the world's far-off places.
  • Shark Men - Giant on Deck
    4/6/11
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    On their last day to catch a great white, will they finally be able to draw blood from a mature female?
  • Shark Men - Into the Unknown
    4/6/11
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    In its quest to land a big one, the crew finds two species of squid, which 'the Doc' theorizes must be a good part of the sharks' diets.
  • Shark Men - Blood in the Water
    4/6/11
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    The great white shark team returns to Guadalupe Island with new information, a new crew and two big new catches.
  • Shark Men - Feeding Frenzy
    4/6/11
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    It's a wonderful day on the Ocean as the great white team lands two more enormous sharks - Skid and Keiko.
  • Tigers Found
    Tigers Found
    Episode 0406
    4/6/11
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    The team finally closes in on key evidence of the tigers living in Bhutan.
  • Substance to Stop Oil from Sticking to Birds?
    Scientists are perfecting a naturally based substance that will act like a laundry detergent in oil spills to prevent the oil from sticking to bird feathers. The substance is currently in the testing phase, which is funded by the National Science Foundation.
  • Shark Men - Fresh Kill
    Shark Men - Fresh Kill
    Episode 0406
    4/6/11
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    With just a few days and three tags left, a fresh kill reveals Bruce is back.
  • Snowboarding: Giving the Bird the Bird
    4/6/11
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    A crew of eco-minded, risk-loving snowboarders is putting the sweat, toil, and raw adventure back into their sport by foregoing helicopter assistance and accepting the risks and hard work to find the ultimate reward. A crew of eco-minded, risk-loving snowboarders is putting the sweat, toil, and raw adventure back into their sport by foregoing helicopter assistance and accepting the risks and hard work to find the ultimate reward.moreless
  • Pronghorn Passage
    Pronghorn Passage
    Episode 0405
    4/5/11
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    Photojournalist and National Geographic Young Explorer Joe Riis hopes to inspire people to protect the Path of the Pronghorn by documenting their epic migration --- from the pronghorn's perspective.
  • Endangered Penguins Caught in Oil Spill
    4/5/11
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    On March 16, 2011, the MV Oliva, a freighter carrying soybeans from Brazil to Singapore, ran aground at Nightingale Island in the South Atlantic Ocean. Fuel from the ship spilled into the water and onto the shore, and the local population of endangered northern rockhopper penguins came in contact with the oil. National Geographic Expeditions' contributor Andrew Evans arrived March 23rd, and filmed what he saw.moreless
  • Tiger Dating Service
    Tiger Dating Service
    Episode 0405
    4/5/11
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    John Varty is hoping his tigers like each other enough to mate.
  • Green Home Makeover
    Green Home Makeover
    Episode 0404
    4/4/11
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    Keeping your home cozy and comfortable offers some of the best ways to save energy.
  • Rappelling into a Volcano
    4/4/11
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    A volcanologist explores the plumbing below one of Iceland's many volcanoes.
  • Descending into the Lava Lake
    4/4/11
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    The explorers very carefully begin their descent into the first terrace of the lava lake.
  • Expedition Week Continues
    4/4/11
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    Expedition Week Continues