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Major dam removal in Zurich

Switzerland celebrates its first major dam removal with the clearance of a 50-metre barrier at the confluence of the Sihl and Schanzengraben rivers in ...
24-04-2018 16:10

Tragic Poisoning of Lion Cubs in Uganda, a Filmmaker Reflect

National Geographic explorer Alexander Braczkowski knew these lion cubs better than almost anyone. He was blindsided when 8 of them were killed by poi ...
23-04-2018 16:12

Ancient Greece 101 | National Geographic

From artistry to politics, ancient Greece left a considerable impression on world history. Learn why Greek and Roman gods share so many similarities, ...
23-04-2018 16:12

Inside a Lost African Tribe Still Living in India Today | Sh

In the dense forests of South Asia, a native African tribe has been living in quiet obscurity for more than 500 years. ? Subscribe: ...
23-04-2018 16:12

This Japanese Tea Master Has Been Hosting Ceremonies for Dec

Watch Sensei Sobin Koizumi, who has been involved with tea ceremonies since she was six years old, host a ceremony. ? Subscribe: ...
22-04-2018 16:09

Breaking Barriers as a Muslim Model | America Inside Out Wit

From a refugee camp to runways, model Halima Aden talks embracing diversity and redefining what it means to be Muslim in America. AMERICA INSIDE OUT ...
21-04-2018 16:09

See Some of the Best Ancient Roman Tile Work in the World |

Villa Romana del Casale, built between the 3rd and 4th century A.D., was partially destroyed by an earthquake in the 12th century. However, the mosaic ...
21-04-2018 16:09

America Inside Out - The Muslim Next Door | Full Episode

Katie Couric learns about today?s pressures and opportunities for Muslim Americans. ? Subscribe: ? America Inside Out on ...
21-04-2018 16:09

Japanese Mochi Pounded to Perfection | National Geographic

Watch how Mochi is made. These popular rice treats originated in Japan hundreds of years ago. ? Subscribe: About Natio ...
20-04-2018 16:10

Paramotor Flight Over Alaska's Chugach Mountains and Knik Gl

A powered paraglider offers stunning views in the jagged landscape of Alaska\'s Chugach Mountains and Knik Glacier. ? Subscribe: ...
19-04-2018 16:09

A Squirrel's Prosthetic Wheels Are the Key to Recovery | Nat

Karamel the squirrel has two legs and two wheels, thanks to the kind care of a professional team and volunteers. ? Subscribe: ...
18-04-2018 16:10

People on the Street React to the Moon in the Most Awe-inspi

"Do you want to take a look at the moon"" ? Subscribe: ? Get More Short Film Showcase: ...
18-04-2018 16:10

How Cats Revived this Ex-Coal Town's Economy | National Geog

The well-loved cats of Houtong, Taiwan have given a second life to the former coal town. ? Subscribe: About National Ge ...
17-04-2018 16:09

First-Ever 3D VR Filmed in Space | One Strange Rock

Fly side-by- side with astronauts in this the first ever 3D Virtual Reality film shot in space. Now YOU can experience weightlessness? hurtle around t ...
17-04-2018 16:09

Safari Live - Day 138 | National Geographic

Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara as experts guide us through the bush in search of lions, elephants, buffalo and more wild animals. ...
17-04-2018 16:09

How Yale Confronted Their History Without Erasing It | Ameri

Katie Couric sits down with Yale University President Peter Salovey to discuss the process of renaming Calhoun College to Grace Hopper College. ? Su ...
16-04-2018 16:10

An Ancient Palatial Fortress Overlooks This Barren Desert in

Set high on a cliff above a forbidding, lunar-like landscape, the ancient fortress of Masada looks as dramatic as the legend behind it. ? Subscribe: h ...
16-04-2018 16:10

Cave Art 101 | National Geographic

From human hands to now-extinct animals, cave art gives us a glimpse into prehistoric life. Who created cave art, and what was its initial purpose" Ex ...
16-04-2018 16:10

This Self-Taught Taxidermist May Be the Last One in India |

India?s ban on hunting has nearly killed the art of taxidermy. Santosh Gaikwad may be the last taxidermist in the country. ? Subscribe: ...
16-04-2018 16:10

Astronaut Mike Massimino Talks with Kids | One Strange Rock

Find out what happened when a group of fourth-graders got to meet a former NASA Astronaut. ? Subscribe: ? One Strange Ro ...
14-04-2018 16:10

See the Castles and Cathedrals of Krakow?s Historic City Cen

The magnificent cathedrals and castle of Krakow bear testament to Poland?s turbulent political history as well as its achievements in art, architectur ...
14-04-2018 16:10

Belize's Ancient Maya Sacrificial Cave: Rare Footage | One S

The rarely photographed Actun Tunichil Muknal cave was used as a sacred sacrificial site for the ancient Maya. The cave contains dozens of skeletons i ...
13-04-2018 16:09

Safari Live - Day 133 | National Geographic

Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara as experts guide us through the bush in search of lions, elephants, buffalo and more wild animals. ...
13-04-2018 16:09

Safari Live - Day 134 | National Geographic

Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara as experts guide us through the bush in search of lions, elephants, buffalo and more wild animals. ...
13-04-2018 16:09

How Infrared Technology Could Help Fight Wildlife Poaching |

Conservationists are testing infrared cameras to track wildlife in the dark. ? Subscribe: About National Geographic: Na ...
13-04-2018 16:09

Why Is It So Hard to Talk About America's Past" - Exten

Katie Couric and Bryan Stevenson, Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, discuss the history and significance of confederate monuments and memorial ...
12-04-2018 16:10

America Inside Out - Re-Righting History | Full Episode

Katie Couric travels through the South to explore the controversy over removing confederate monuments. ? Subscribe: ? A ...
12-04-2018 16:10

Who Was the First Person to Reach the North Pole" | Nat

Reaching the North Pole is no small feat. While many believe the first person to accomplish this daunting task was either Robert Peary or Frederick Co ...
12-04-2018 16:10

Spiders Spin Balloons to Fly Away | National Geographic

This crab spider is surveying the wind condition with its leg hairs ? to take flight. ? Subscribe: About National Geo ...
11-04-2018 16:10

What Can We Learn From History" - Little Kids, Big Ques

?We learn about history so we don?t repeat the mistakes that people have made.? Little Kids, Big Questions. Watch America Inside Out with @Katie Couri ...
11-04-2018 16:10

Climbing Angel Falls, the Beauty and the Danger | One Strang

The topography of Angel Falls and the surrounding area is testament to the power of water. ONE STRANGE ROCK AIRS MONDAYS 10/9c. ? Subscribe: ...
11-04-2018 16:10

2,400 Animals Die in Oil Spill in Colombia | National Geogra

For weeks, an oil spill has been poisoning a large site in the basin of the Magdalena, a major river in Colombia. ? Subscribe: ...
10-04-2018 16:10

See an Ancient Wonder of China that Transforms a River | Nat

A festival in China celebrates an engineering genius of the ancient world who changed the course of a river?and history. ? Subscribe: ...
10-04-2018 16:10

Ancient Drawings Discovered in Peru | National Geographic

Researchers surveying in southern Peru with drones have captured images of ancient geoglyphs. More than 50 of the massive ancient drawings are conside ...
09-04-2018 16:11

Top 5 of the World's Happiest Countries 2018 | National Geog

What makes a country happy" The United Nations considers the answer with its annual World Happiness Report, ranking a total of 156 countries. Key ingr ...
09-04-2018 16:11

Flight at the Edge of the Ozone Layer | One Strange Rock

A Perlan glider uses air rising over the southern Andes to reach record heights and allow scientists to study the ozone layer. ONE STRANGE ROCK AIRS ...
09-04-2018 16:11

Plague 101 | National Geographic

What is plague" How many people died from the Black Death and the other plague pandemics" Learn about the bacterium behind the plague disease, how fac ...
09-04-2018 16:11

How to Make a Huge Microscope Projector from a Laser Pen - A

Amazing way to turn a simple laser pen into a microscope projector. Cool science experiments with Home Science. Subscribe: Sha ...
07-04-2018 16:10

These 18th Century Russian Churches Were Constructed Without

This outdoor museum on Russia?s Kizhi Island?which sits in the center of Europe?s second largest lake?is a testament to the master woodworking skills ...
07-04-2018 16:10

Rubber Duckies and Other Surprising Spots Germs Love | Natio

A recent study suggests bacteria exist on more objects than thought. Even inside rubber duckies! ? Subscribe: About Na ...
07-04-2018 16:10




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