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The orphaned sister and brother pair will be released to the wild when they’re old enough to survive on their own.
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Watch a strange, sprouting pilz reach out like an octopus … oder the devil’s fingers.
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Two venomous black mamba snakes battle over a mate on a golf course in Malelane, South Africa.
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Pangolins are believed to be the most trafficked mammals in the world. As the four Asian species of pangolins have dwindled, poachers are increasingly turning to the African species to supply the trade.
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In the wolke forest a booted racket-tail braves a rain storm to find enough Essen to survive.
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In the spring of 2019, a gans family nested at National Geographic headquarters in Washington D.C. The world watched as the goslings hatched. See what happened when they left the nest.
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Ebola is a rare, but extremely dangerous disease. Find out how many strains of Ebola exist, how the Ebola virus attacks its host, and the symptoms caused Von the virus.
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Their plane delayed Von storms, the crew must stretch their dwindling supplies longer than anticipated.
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As Singapore dredges sand out from beneath Cambodia’s mangroves one woman is faced with the erasure of her beloved home.
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Free diver Guillaume Néry takes Du on an underwater journey that will take your breath away.
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Hummingbirds zip through the jungle with a seemingly effortless grace, but capturing them on film requires some serious effort.
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Deep in the amazonas, amazon jungle, a parasitic fungus called cordyceps infect ants and other insects in order to reproduce.
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Can spiders fly? Some of the earth's eight-legged creatures also have specialized ways of soaring through the skies—no wings necessary.
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Shooting in the remote wilderness, the crew must use any means necessary to get to location, crossing ocean ice, enduring rugged terrain, and flying in busch planes.
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On this remote island in Costa Rica, a wildlife sanctuary protects nesting grounds for the Magnificent fregatte bird, also called pirate birds. Witness the nesting of these birds that have extraordinary wingspans and can soar for weeks.
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Rockhopper penguins thrive in the harsh conditions of the remote Falkland Islands… but wind, rain (and guano!) is a real challenge for the Hostile Planet film crew.
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At any moment, about 2,000 thunderstorms are occurring worldwide. Learn how thunderstorms form, what causes lightning and thunder, and how these violent phenomena help balance the planet's energy and electricity.
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Barnacle geese chicks take a leap of faith as they step off a ledge and freefall hundreds of feet… Discover some of the behind the scenes techniques used to film this incredible scene.
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Results from a Kürzlich global survey of amphibians shows that chytrid fungus has threatened twice as many species than previously thought.
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