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Grand Canyon Aerial view, ArizonaBryce Canyon, UtahOlive Baboon, Paio anubisAllard's Anemone Fish
Marsh Harriers, Circus aeruginosus ± 6-8 weeksGreat Baracuda, Sphyraena barracudaRockhopper Penguin, Eudyptes chrysocomeGrevy's Zebra, Equus grevyiYoung White Rhino, Ceratotherium simum
Black Faced Impala, Aepyceros melampus petersi
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Aride, Seychelles.Waterhole, Etosha N.P. Namibia.Queen Parrot Fish, Scarus vetulaCommon SeafanBigfin Reef Squid
Hoh National rainforest, washingtonAfrican Elephant family, Loxodonta africanaThe Big Slip, Kepler TrackAdelie Penguins, Curverville Is.Jewel fairy basslet & Vanderbilt's PullerChinstrap Penguin, Pygoscelis antarctica
Cheetah, Samburu N.P. KenyaAllard's Anemone FishGannet Colony, Napier
Southern Yellowbilled Hornbill, Tockus leucomelasBreaking Glacier, Antarctic PeninsulaTufted Duck, Aythya fuligula
African Elephant , Amboseli, KenyaAfrican Elephants, Chobe Botswana.Window, Arches N.P. Utah   CLICK!!!Delicate Arch, Arches N.P., Utah.
Burchell's Zebra, Equus burchelliiWaterhole, Etosha N.P. Namibia.King Penguins in surfHerring Gull chicks, Larus argentatusHarbor Seals, Phoca vitulina, Noss, Shetland Islands
Galápagos Sealion with Pup, Zalophus californianus1.085.764 Lesser Flamingoes, Lake BogoriaAfrican Elephant , Masai Mara, KenyaDusky Dolphin, Lagenorhynchus obscurus
Tawny Eagle, Aquila rapaxGiraffe, Giraffa camelopardalis

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Although we romanticize lions as mighty kings of the jungle, their reign is in fact a tenuous one. It is challenged daily in southern Africa by vicious packs of hyenas that compete for prey. Between the two species exists an ancient feud. Watch as lions bring down a zebra, only to be attacked themselves by a pack of hyenas that chases them into the trees. Days later the lions exact revenge, killing the hyena leader but leaving her uneaten as a warning to the rest of the clan. With its gripping story line, Eternal Enemies is a standout among animal documentaries.One man's personal account of his study of pumas--and particularly his relationship with a female he named Penny, -after an old friend- is incredibly touching. Natural-history filmmaker Hugh Miles lived in Patagonia for two years in Chile's Torres Del Paine National Park. His first-person narration, combined with brilliant photography, makes this video fascinating to watch. Viewers will be treated to all seasons and soft-textured night-vision photography. Ruddy ducks, Chilean flamingoes, hares, wild ancestors of the llama, and little gray foxes are all among the cast of characters on this grand Andean stage.National Geographic's Jewels of the Caribbean SeaVenture into the dense forests of coastal Siberia to track the biggest cat on earth, the elusive Siberian Tiger. You'll join a team of Russian and American scientists who are risking their lives to save this highly endangered and highly dangerous creature. Some 300 Siberian tigers survive in the wild, concentrated in a shrinking habitat and under siege from poachers. Against incredible odds, this daring band of wildlife biologists is determined to help the Siberian tiger fight back.National Geographic's Hunt for the Great White Shark.Few things in nature can match the monstrous horror of a great white shark attack. Perhaps no one knows this better than Rodney Fox who, as a young man, barely survived an attack of a great white shark attack while diving offshore in Australia. But gradually, fear and anger gave way to a deeper understanding and growing respect for his nemesis. Bringing together filmmakers, photographers, and scientists studying shark behavior in a natural environment, Rodney Fox decided to devote his life to the preservation rather than the destruction of the great white shark. Now, National Geographic brings you this incredible true-life adventure, capturing on film some of the most gripping images of the great white and other sharks ever recorded.The magnificent grizzly bear, a beast most often portrayed as a deadly and dangerous monster, is profiled in detail in this documentary produced by National Geographic. As the narration of this video notes, the grizzly is the undisputed -monarch of the forest- and its only rival is man. The tension between humans and the great bears is well documented in this video, which shows how the bears were killed off in most of the western United States, but are thankfully now protected in Yellowstone National Park. In Alaska, the bears are less threatened by humans and are studied in their natural habitat. As one would expect from National Geographic, the photography in this documentary is magnificent, and the footage of the grizzlies in the wild is awesome. Scientists who have studied the bears, and a man who has trained a grizzly that has appeared in movies, provide considerable information about the intelligence and habits of grizzlies.Set sail with a family of real-life explorers for the most remote and starkly beautiful continent on earth - Antarctica. Aboard the 50-foot schooner Damien II, a husband-wife naturalist team and their three sons will guide you on the voyage of a lifetime. Rocky coasts, azure blue seas, and magnificent towering icebergs set the backdrop for a wide variety of wildlife as you navigate south through the islands of the pristine Antarctic peninsula. From the deck of the small craft you will see humpback whales perform a graceful underwater ballet. And while on shore, you will mingle with three species of penguins as well as marvel at young elephant seals at play. Join National Geographic for the ultimate ANTARCTIC WILDLIFE ADVENTURE!


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